In Exodus 3, God met Moses in the form of a ‘burning bush. ‘What are we to make of this theophany? And what did God tell Moses at this time? In this week’s sermon, we consider the great “I AM” statement and the commission that God gave to Moses (to rescue His people from bondage).
Category Archives: Reformed Theology
This is Week 1 in our new 10 Week Series on Exodus. Join us as we learn about the birth of Moses, the death of the Israelite children, and the hope for future deliverance (from the evil hands of Pharaoh).
For a Christian, is church OPTIONAL? In other words, do you really NEED the church? Why or why not? Spoiler alert: you do need the church. According to Scripture, the church is not optional, but essential. Click to learn why.
HOW WE WORSHIP MATTERS. God cares about worship. He’s told us how to do it. He’s given us instructions. And so it’s silly (and dangerous) to approach Him on our terms with our methods.
Don’t do it. Don’t water down the Gospel. Don’t pander to sinners. Don’t appease goats and starve sheep. Don’t let people die on your watch. Tell people the truth!
In Romans 1, the Apostle Paul said “I am not ashamed of the gospel of Jesus Christ.” We shouldn’t be either. Click to listen to this convicting sermon from Dr. Holt.
Our God is a consuming fire – and left to our own devices, we would melt before His gaze. So how will we survive on the day to come? What hope do we have?
You see, the world has got God all wrong. They’ve denigrated His holiness to accommodate their sinfulness. And this is DANGEROUS. Click to learn why in this study of Hebrews 12.
Is Jesus the ONLY way? Why or why not? There are a lot of religions – can Heaven be attained by all of them? Can well meaning people of any faith be saved, as long as they are sincere in their beliefs? And can these questions be answered in an intellectually honest, theologically consistent way? Click to learn more.
What does it mean to be “born again?” Is this a real thing? Does something really happen to us when we come to Christ, or is this just a fancy way of referring to our decision to follow Him? Click to learn what being born again is all about in this study of John 3.
A man sows what he reaps. As Paul wrapped up his letter to the Galatians, this was his emphasis. The things that you do and the things that you say will produce some sort of harvest – the question is, what kind will it be? Are you sowing good seeds, or are you sowing the spiritual equivalent of “gummy bears” that won’t last the test of time?
Click to listen to this final sermon in our series on Galatians.
Do you have an appetite for destruction? Do you find yourself doing things that you shouldn’t do, or wanting things that you shouldn’t want? There is a battle that is going on in our flesh. Don’t think otherwise. We do a lot of things that we know are wrong – the question is why? Join us as we consider the difference between “good fruits” and “bad fruits” in our study of Galatians 5.