This 5-week series in 1 Corinthians is brought to us by Dr. David Nystrom, professor in residence at Western Seminary, Sacramento Campus. He is a specialist in Roman social history and in the New Testament. He is the author of dozens of articles and two books.
Expository Preaching from God's Word
Individual Sermons from Various Speakers
The King of the world had everything at His command, but He chose to come to earth to be our Savior. No palace or riches, He was born in a manger, wrapped in simple clothes. This is the reason Christmas is worth celebrating!
We’ll consider Scripture's response to many issues facing the church today. Topics include: mental health, predestination, homosexuality, politics, women in ministry, and many more.
Integrity. A word often assumed yet, sadly, rarely seen. But integrity is essential to anyone wanting to follow God and make a difference in the world, as Daniel did in the days of Babylonian exile. This month we take a brief, three-part glimpse into the character of Daniel and his three friends to learn from their example of an uncompromising life.
There are three geniuses at work in the writing of the New Testament: John, Paul, and the author of Hebrews. In this series, Dr. David Nystrom will look at each in turn, specifically, what they say about our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
When he walked the earth, Jesus often talked about the kingdom of heaven, frequently using simple illustrations, called parables, to explain what he meant. In this series, Pastor Wayne explores the “kingdom parables” listed in Matthew 13 as a way of recognizing God’s amazing work in our lives and in our world.
An account of the church's formation and ministry of the gospel, the book of Acts is about the work of the Spirit of God through the witness of the people of God.
The four pivotal P's of eldership: plurality, practice, prize, posture.
God has revealed Christ in unique and personal ways.
Two strategies for reaching others for Christ.