Drastic Change Chad Cronin | Philippians 2:12-18
In this sermon on Philippians 2:12-18, the speaker emphasizes the importance of living with fear and trembling before God and trusting Him in all things. He encourages the church to be agents of spiritual change and to shine as lights in the world. The sermon also emphasizes the need for Christians to live as living sacrifices and find joy in obedience, even in difficult circumstances. Go to Sermon
Truth and Love Chad Cronin | 2 John
In this sermon, John emphasizes the importance of staying faithful to the truth and love of the Gospel. He warns against false teachings and encourages believers to protect and preserve the Gospel message. The joy and fellowship that comes from abiding in the truth and love of Christ is something worth guarding and sharing with others. Go to Sermon
Blessed: The Peacemakers Chad Cronin | Matthew 5:9-12
In this sermon on Matthew chapter 5, verses 9 through 12, we are reminded of Jesus’ call to make peace and to be prepared for the joys of suffering as we follow Him. Go to Sermon
Blessed: The Pure in Heart Chad Cronin | Matthew 5:8
In this sermon on Matthew 5:8, we discuss the importance of having a pure heart and the consequences of an impure heart. Jesus, as the God-man, is the only one who can purify our hearts and bring us into the presence of God. Through faith in Him, we can experience the joy and peace of being near to God and strive to live a life of purity. Go to Sermon
God’s Accepting Love Mark Beaird | Romans 5:6-8
In this sermon on Romans chapter 5, verses 6 through 8, we discuss God’s accepting love. God’s love is not conditional on our worthiness or righteousness. Instead, his love is demonstrated in his willingness to reach out to us even while we are sinful and without redeeming value. He loves us out of grace, and through his faithfulness, calls us towards himself. Go to Sermon
Blessed: The Merciful Chad Cronin | Matthew 5:7
In this sermon on Matthew 5:7, we discuss the importance of showing mercy to others, even our enemies, as Jesus did for us. Go to Sermon
Blessed: In Hunger and Thirst Chad Cronin | Matthew 5:6
In this sermon, we explore Matthew 5:6 and discuss the importance of hungering and thirsting for righteousness. Jesus promises that those who pursue righteousness will be satisfied. Go to Sermon
Blessed: The Meek Chad Cronin | Matthew 5:5
The sermon focuses on Matthew chapter 5, verse 5: “Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit the earth” and delves deep into the concept of meekness. It stresses the importance of meekness not as a sign of weakness, but as a manifestation of strength under control. The sermon highlights the need to deal with others gently and kindly without a recourse to retaliation, which can only be accomplished through a true surrender to God. Go to Sermon
Blessed: In Poverty and Mourning Chad Cronin | Matthew 5:1-4
In this sermon on Matthew 5, we discuss the blessings of being poor in spirit and those who mourn. Go to Sermon
Entering Sabbath Rest Chad Cronin | Genesis 2:1-3
In this sermon on Genesis 2:1-3, the speaker discusses the importance of Sabbath rest and how it reminds us of God’s glory and provision. Sabbath rest is not just for physical rest, but also for spiritual renewal and trusting in God’s provision. The speaker urges listeners to enter into Sabbath rest by surrendering to God and trusting in Jesus. Go to Sermon