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How will you Change? (John 1:1-5, 14-15)

January 14, 2018

Anthony Chapman   Length: 01:03:43 (58.5 MB)

The God of the universe entered time and made himself into the most vulnerable of creatures for us. He was willing to humble and change himself to minister to us. Paul followed this example and suffered for it. How will you change for the gospel?

He Gave Himself for Us (Titus 2:14)

January 07, 2018

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 35:48 (32.9 MB)

Jesus gave himself for us, which is to say that God gave himself for us. This was necessary for our redemption because it cleanses us from all sin and no sin can exist in His presence. We cannot make it on our own. It is ridiculous for us to even try.

Jesus is God (Titus 2:13b)

December 31, 2017

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 43:37 (40.1 MB)

The New Testament shows that Jesus claimed to be God, that He did the works of God, and that He was worshiped as God. The Bible teaches that He is God and therefor, we must worship Him. Someday every tongue will confess that Jesus is Lord.

Christmas Eve

December 24, 2017

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 34:52 (32.1 MB)

Remember why we celebrate.

Our Blessed Hope (Titus 2:13)

December 17, 2017

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 36:30 (33.6 MB)

The grace of God teaches us if we are willing and humble enough to let it. One thing it teaches is that we should be waiting for His return with confident expectation. This should lead us to live lives that honor God by following His commands.

In the School of Grace (Titus 2:12)

December 10, 2017

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 44:22 (40.8 MB)

The world does not honor God so we are called to say 'no' to its values. God wishes for us to have abundant life in this world, but the life the world has to offer is lacking. Abundant life is found in doing what is right as the School of Grace teaches.

Sound Doctrine: The Grace of God (Titus 2:11)

December 03, 2017

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 32:44 (30.1 MB)

God did not descend to earth because humanity was doing so well, but because we were dead in sin and in need of a savior. We cannot take any credit for our own salvation. Even the grace by which we believe is from God and it has appeared to all men.

With Thanksgiving (Philippians 4:6-7)

November 26, 2017

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 41:01 (37.7 MB)

We are commanded not to worry. When we worry, we are intruding into God's arena; it is His business to take care of everything according to His will. When we trust Him to handle our cares, we will be thankful in knowing that He will.

In the Most Horrible of Circumstances... (Titus 2:9,10)

November 19, 2017

Pastor Rich Chapman   Length: 33:30 (30.8 MB)

God calls us to live by faith during difficult times so that we can shine with His light in the darkness. By doing so, we are like jewels that make God's Word even more attractive. Even those in prison can have freedom in their hearts when they know God.

A Heart for God (Psalm 28:7)

November 12, 2017

Chris Logan   Length: 41:03 (37.7 MB)

The Bible tells us that the Lord IS our strength, not that He adds to our strength. Understanding this requires faith, which requires understanding the character of God, which requires trusting Him in our hearts--and worship strengths the heart.

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