Evening Sermon Series

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September 15 – Reality matters

Scripture(s): John 14:19-24

Sometimes, God doesn’t give us commands to obey or warnings to avoid. Sometimes, He just tells us truths. Those truths challenge us when we have ignored or forgotten them. The truth may not directly ask us to do something, but if we have ignored it we may find ourselves on the wrong side of it.

September 1 – The Wonder of the Holy Spirit

Scripture(s): John 14:16-20

Many believers think about the Holy Spirit as the power of God in their lives. However, they have missed a bit of the glory of the Holy Spirit. As we listen to what Jesus taught His disciples, we will see what a wonderful gift He is.

August 25 – Why Obedience is Part of Loving Jesus

Scripture(s): John 14:7-15

What makes loving Jesus synonymous with obeying Him? Why are those two things tied together?

August 11 – Jesus is the Way

Scripture(s): John 14:1-6

As we think about our Christian life, who is Jesus to us? Is He the One that gives us the rules for living? Or, is He the One who makes our life living rather than just surviving?

July 28 – The Betrayal and the Glory

Scripture(s): John 13:17-37

When we say that Jesus is God, to what are we referring? Are we just thinking of His glory or goodness? Or, do we realize that it also mean that He cannot be overcome or thwarted?

July 21 – Serving as a Picture of Salvation

Scripture(s): John 13: 1-17

Many paintings and stories make us feel something very deeply.  How Jesus prepared for His own death paints a picture for us.  It is a picture that puts others first.

July 7 – Discipleship & Consequences

Scripture(s): John 12:37-50

In our lives, there comes a time in our relationship with Jesus that we must fish or cut bait. We know who He is. We might have even asked Him to save us from our sins. However, He doesn’t just want to save us from the eternal consequences of sin. He wants to lead us away from the deceitfulness of sin everyday.  This is discipleship.

June 30 – First Steps of Discipleship (Part 2)

Scripture(s): John 12:20-36

Jesus was not interested in drawing a crowd. He was interested in drawing disciples unto Himself. To understand discipleship we must begin where Jesus did.

June 23 – First Steps of Discipleship (Part 1)

Scripture(s): John 12:20-36

Jesus was not interested in drawing a crowd. He was interested in drawing disciples unto Himself. To understand discipleship we must begin where Jesus did.

June 9 – Act or React?

Scripture(s): John 12:1-19

Responding in kind is natural. When someone is angry, we tend to get caught up in it. The question to answer is, “Is that what we are supposed to do?” Are we supposed to fight fire with fire or evil with evil? Character is who we are when no one is looking. Character is also who we are when the pressure is upon us!

June 2 – The Savior Who Hurts with Us

Scripture(s): John 11:28-54

When we read that God wants us to think higher, more lofty thoughts than our flesh leads us to do we think that He cannot understand why we think the way that we do? Do we really understand how big His love is for us? God doesn’t just call us to think higher. He also hurts with us when we struggle.

May 26 – The Waiting Savior

Scripture(s): John 11:1-27

When it comes to understanding our life, it is important to ask: Does God see my life the way I do? If not, then it is time for us to grow in the way we see this life we have.

May 5 – The Good Shepherd Opposed

Scripture(s): John 10:19-42

People have lots of reasons that they give for not receiving Jesus as Savior. Although we should answer those objections, we should also listen for the real reasons that are just below the surface.

April 14 – The Good Shepherd

Scripture(s): John 10:1-18

Jesus is more than a prophet. He is more than any teacher we have ever seen. That difference calls us to trust Him for our forever.

April 7 – Why Things Happen

Scripture(s): John 9

The answer to the question, “Why do bad things happen to good people?” has the same answer as this question, “Why do good things happen to good people?” It’s not a simplistic thing. It is an amazing thing.

March 31 – Living in the Truth

Scripture(s): John 8:31-59

People say that God is our Heavenly Father. What do we mean by that? Is He just the Daddy in the heavens? Or, is He the One we want to copy? The One we want to please?

March 17 – The Light of the World

Scripture(s): John 8:12-30

Yes, we should believe Jesus without needing Him to constantly provide proof. Yet, Jesus does remind us over and over of why we can and must trust Him with our whole life.

February 24 – The Profound Grace of Jesus

Scripture(s):  John 8:1-12

We don’t really understand the weight of our sin. Sure, we seek forgiveness, but most people see themselves as mostly good. Yet, the Bible shows us how much God loves by showing us the type of people He forgives.

February 10 – Jesus Moves in Our Hearts

Scripture(s): John 7:37-53

Sometimes God’s Word declares loudly that Jesus is the Son of God. However, we must also listen carefully when the Bible speaks quietly of the glory of Jesus.

January 20 – Rejecting Jesus

Scripture(s): John 7:14-39

What does rejection look like? It doesn’t always look like hard faces and yelling. Sometimes it looks like questions designed to delay acceptance.

December 30 – How People Treat Jesus

Scripture(s): John 6:66-7:13

There are things that we believe regardless of evidence. In order to live our lives in a consistent manner, we have to. Is the trustworthiness of Jesus one of those things?

December 9 – Why People Fight the Good News

Scripture(s): John 6:41-65

The thing that is hard about the gospel when it is truly understood is that it asks us to wrestle with some profound lies that we tell ourselves.

December 2 – The Bread of Heaven

Scripture(s):  John 6:26-40

Jesus uses the image of bread to underline an important question: for what are we living? Is that which we strive and work for worth such attention?

November 4 – The Challenging Teachings of Jesus (the beginning)

Scripture(s): John 6:1-42

John, in one chapter, moves from everyone following Jesus to a lonely twelve. His question appears to be (as fits his stated purpose), “Will you TRULY believe in Jesus?” He is worth it, but will you trust Him? He puts in stark contrast a glorious miracle and their later demand for such a miracle.

October 28 – Four Witnesses

Scripture(s): John 5:33-45

When we think about how thoroughly God demonstrates that He sent Jesus for us, it is amazing that anyone doubts it.

October 21 – Why is Jesus the Only Way?

Scripture(s): John 5:18-31

When Jesus declares that no one can come to the Father except through Me, He means it. It isn’t just a rule. It is the way it is. Can we explain why?

October 14 – Resisting The Tug of War

Scripture(s): John 5 1-17

Sometimes we are surprised by the almost immediate pull against following Jesus. We feel this anytime we take the call of Christ seriously. When Jesus saw it, how did He respond to it?

October 7 – Coming to Believe

Scripture(s):  John 4:46-54

Sometimes, we act as if believing is just a matter of facts. It isn’t. Belief requires something a bit more elusive. It requires us.

September 30 – Seeing Opportunities in Everyday Life

Scripture(s): John 4:31-42

Have you ever thought, I have nothing to give?  Have you ever wondered, does anyone really care about what I am saying?  There aren’t any opportunities here, someone says.  We need a bigger town, a bigger church, a different set of friends a different set of family.  Do we?  Or do we need to see our life, ministry, and purpose from a God perspective?

September 23 – Another Resistant Hearer

Scripture(s): John 4:1-30

There are people who resist the gospel. The exciting thing is that the gospel reaches people like that all the time.

September 16 – The Testimony of John

Scripture(s): John 3:22-36

My kids can tell you what is important to me. They can tell you the silly things that are important to me. They can tell you the serious things that are important to me. How? Because of what I talk about and how I talk about them. Do people know that about Jesus?

September 2 – Jesus Shares the Good News

Scripture(s): John 3:15-21

After Nicodemus came to Jesus, Jesus began one of the most important teachings of the New Testament. It is the New Testament in miniature. It is the gospel.

August 26 – Christ’s Response to Our Heart

Scripture(s): John 3:1-14

When we call out to Jesus, we declare our need. However, we have deeper needs than we necessarily understand.

August 5 – Who Jesus is Calls Us to Believe

Scripture: John 2:13-25

The crowds loved Jesus the miracle worker. The disciples came to love Jesus the teacher. What Jesus is really draws us to Him.

July 22 – The Wedding at Cana

Scripture(s): John 2:1-12

Mountaintops. Everyone expects to grow on mountaintops. Yet, that is not where we live. How do we grow everyday?

July 15 – When Skeptics Meet Jesus

Scripture(s): John 1:43-51

July 8 – Finding Jesus

Scripture(s): John 1:36-43

Sometimes we wait to look for Jesus until we feel ashamed to even try.  Sometimes we wait to get serious about following Jesus until we think it’s too late.  I think you may be surprised what you will find if you were to look for Jesus today.

June 24 – What Humility Does

Scripture(s): John 1:16-36

John the Baptist is never called a Christian in the New Testament. Yet, he shows us how Christians point people to Jesus.

June 10 – The Gift of Knowing Jesus

Scripture: John 1:10-18

There is a wonder that comes from knowing Jesus. It is the wonder of knowing God. God asks us to do something with that knowledge.

April 29 – The Word and the Light

Scripture(s): John 1:1-13

John wants us to meet Jesus in a very particular way: as God. When we understand Jesus is God, we will trust Him for today and for forever.

April 22 – Why the Law?

Scripture(s): Galatians 3:19-28

Sometimes we misunderstand God’s intentions.  We take what He has given for one purpose and we apply it for another.  Most often, this happens with God’s law.  We use it to try to measure our righteousness. He gave it for another purpose.

April 15 – Safeguards (part 2)

Scripture(s): Hebrews 13:17-25

In order to help us endure with joy, we are given powerful safeguards for our future. If we follow this exhortation, we can face the future with confidence that we won’t be one of those who find themselves shipwrecked in the life of faith.

April 8 – Safeguards

Scripture(s): Hebrews 13:17-25

In order to help us endure with joy, we are given powerful safeguards for our future. If we follow this exhortation, we can face the future with confidence that we won’t be one of those who find themselves shipwrecked in the life of faith.

March 25 – The Sacrifice Grace Deserves

Scripture(s): Hebrews 13:8-16

As we think of grace, what sacrifices would be appropriate? It isn’t going back to the law. That is not the answer. It is the sacrifice of every relationship: fidelity, commitment, and love.

March 18 – What Does Enduring Look Like?

Scripture(s): Hebrews 13:1-8

There is something special about God that is truly different from us – He doesn’t vacillate or change. One implication of that is that the character He wants His people to have doesn’t change either.

March 4 – Growing Together

Scripture(s): Hebrews 12:12-17

Too many times Christians think that the call to love each other has to do with good feelings and fellowship.  The call to love also involves sacrifice.  Even more important, the call to love calls us to spur one another on in love and good deeds. It gives us the power to endure together.

February 18 – Why We Should Listen

Scripture(s):  Hebrews 12:4-11, 18-29

We are all tempted to follow Adam and Eve’s example when hurt. We must run to God instead of away from Him when the times of struggle come.

February 11 – How Do We Endure

Scripture(s): Hebrews 12:1-3

Being called a saint may seem daunting to us. However, becoming a saint is simple. Sainthood = salvation. Being a faithful disciple is also simple. Walk in the steps that Jesus walked. How? Follow good examples.

January 21 – Being Ready for Citizenship (part 2)

Scripture(s): Hebrews 11

We want something more.  We yearn for it.  That something is God’s perfect Heaven. Yet, do we act like we have to live by this world’s rules?  We say that Christ gives us another choice. Do we live like it?

January 8 – Being Ready for Citizenship

Scripture(s):Hebrews 11

We want something more.  We yearn for it.  Yet, do we act like we have to live by this world’s rules?  We say that Christ gives us another choice. Does He or doesn’t He?

December 10 – Christ’s Sufficiency, Our Assurance

Scripture(s): Hebrews 10

All significant truths have significant consequences. Whether it is gravity or the sufficiency of Christ’s sacrifice, they all have consequences. Ignoring those consequences are when we have trouble.

December 3 – The New Covenant: We Can Look to the Future!

Scripture(s): Hebrews 9

Sometimes we are helped understand things by pictures. Preachers use word pictures to capture our imaginations. What Jesus has done for us can be understood in pictures as well.

November 26 – The New Covenant – What is It?

Scripture(s): Hebrews 8

The gift of salvation is amazing because it brings together all those things which make gifts wonderful: person, cost, and perfection.

November 5 – Playing instead of Believing

Scripture(s): Scripture(s): Hebrews 6 

There is no more important faith rule than to take our relationship with Jesus seriously. If we don’t, we will discover real spiritual pain.

October 29 – The Deep Waters of Faith – Melchizedek and Jesus

Scripture(s): Heb 5:11-14; Heb 7:1-28

Studying “types” is not easy. It is important,  yet difficult work. This mysterious Melchizedek shows us that we cannot be saved by our own merit.

October 22 – Our Compassionate Savior

Scripture(s): Hebrews 4:14-5:10

Some people’s understanding of salvation is heavy with the consequences for sin. We emphasize those consequences because so many do not understand their need for a Savior. Yet, do we really understand why Jesus went to the trouble of dying for us? Do we know how He views us and our daily struggles to honestly love for Him? Do we know His compassion?

October 15 – Holding Fast Because of Others

Scripture(s): Hebrews 4:1-13 

So, we can be motivated by the inspiration of others or the cost to ourselves. Can we be motivated by our love of others?

October 8 – Hard Hearts Hurt

Scripture(s): Hebrews 3:7-19

Therefore… because of the faithfulness of Jesus and Moses… Don’t get hard.

October 1 – Called to Faithfulness

Scripture(s): Hebrews 3:1-6

We have people in our lives who speak to us even though we are no longer around them. Do we let Moses do that?

September 24 – A Little Lower

Scripture(s): Hebrews 2:5-18

When Jesus became human he was brought low. To him it was worth it.

September 17 – The Consequences of Jesus’ Greatness

Scripture(s): Hebrews 2:1-4 with assorted other verses from Hebrews

Truth has consequences.  There is no truth greater than the fact that Jesus is greater than all.  So, what happens now that Jesus has revealed Himself to the world?

September 3 – The Son is No Mere Angel

Scripture(s): Hebrews 1:5-14 

No matter how great a thing is, nothing is better than the Creator.  That is the relationship between Jesus and angels.  He is greater.

August 27 – Our Superior Jesus

Scripture(s): Hebrews 1:1-4

The book of Hebrews is deep book with a simple message: Jesus is the best expression of God that we could ever wish for or imagine.  Chase after Him. – Such a good text that I had to preach on it twice!

July 30 – Our Superior Jesus

Scripture(s): Hebrews 1:1-4

The book of Hebrews is deep book with a simple message: Jesus is the best expression of God that we could ever wish for or imagine.  Chase after Him.

July 23 – What about the Unrepentant?

Scripture(s): 2 Thessalonians 3:13-17

Ignoring the sins of others doesn’t have to come due to sin or complacency. Sometimes, familiarity makes us comfortable with the lack of growth in ourselves or others. Paul challenges us to be different.

July 16 – Live, don’t Meddle

Scripture(s): 2 Thessalonians 3:11-12 

It is a funny thing to think of the interesting characteristics of a random group of people.  However, would anyone want to qualify as a busybody?

June 25 – Do as I Do

Scripture(s): 2 Thessalonians 3:6-10

June 4 – Pray

Scripture(s): 2 Thessalonians 3:1-5

Like the rest of our Christian life, there isn’t some special path to being a super Christian.  What it takes to pray well is faithfulness. Let’s start here.

Sunday, May 28 – Responding to the Hard Stuff

Scripture(s): 2 Thessalonians 2:11-16 

As we would expect, the response of believers to the end times should be different from the lost.  It is the same with our everyday struggles.  Is it?

Sunday, May 7 – The Man of Lawlessness

Scripture(s): 2 Thessalonians 2:1-10 

When we think about the end times, we can shy away from the parts that bother us.  However, if God has revealed it, we must be ready.

Sunday, April 30 – Cultivating a Godly Attitude toward Persecution and Suffering

Scripture(s): 2 Thessalonians 1:9-12 

We say we want God’s best for us.  However, sometimes wanting that best requires something greater than common sense.  It requires believing in God’s character over what we are experiencing.

Sunday, April 23 – Who Shines for God?

Scripture(s): 2 Thessalonians 1:1-8 

Who do the best of the best praise?  They praise those who truly shine.  When we think of faithful disciples, what characteristics shine?

Sunday, April 8 – Words to the Old

Scripture(s): Ecclesiastes 12 

As we live we feel like life will always stay the same.  One of the realities experience teaches us is that life changes.  Will that reality have significance in how we follow God?

Sunday, March 26 – Words to the Young

Scripture(s): Ecclesiastes 11

We all want to be important. To someone. What will make us important?

Sunday, March 19 – The Lying Power of Sin (part 2)

Scripture(s): Ecclesiastes 10:1-20

The one who lies about eternity to steal our hope will also lie about life here on earth to steal our joy.

Sunday, March 5 – The Lying Power of Sin (Part 1)

Scripture(s): Ecclesiastes 9

Why is it that two people looking at the same information can come to different conclusions?  It is because of the half-truths they believe.  We must be aware of the half-truths Satan tells us.

Sunday, February 26 – To Whom Do We Run?

Scripture(s): Ecclesiastes 8

What do you do when life doesn’t make sense?  To whom do you run?

Sunday, February 12 – The Call of Moderation

Scripture(s): Ecclesiastes 7:15-28

When we hear the word moderation we think of what we eat or drink.  Yet, God’s Word asks us to do all things in moderation.  Why?  Because moderation is the consistent application of wisdom in all of life.

Sunday, January 29 – Foggy Happiness

Scripture(s): Ecclesiastes 7:1-14 

There is nothing wrong with being happy, but there is a problem with seeking happiness and ease.  The problem is what becomes our God?  Our goal is walking with the one true God.  What is yours?

Sunday, January 22 – Contentment is Where Happiness Lives

Scripture(s): Ecclesiastes 5:10-20; 6:1-12

Potato chips, chocolate cupcakes, and all other snack foods illustrate a whole life principle: living by our appetite is not good for us.  God urges us to live by His calling instead.  To be happy we need contentment.

Sunday, January 1 – Being Thoughtful Toward God

Scripture(s): Ecclesiastes 5:1-7

Jesus told a parable about a servant who was being fired.  He decided to make friends with his master’s money before he was fired.  Jesus then said that lost folks know what to do with money better than the saved.  Solomon’s thoughts today are like that.  Even in his struggling state, Solomon knew what God deserved.

Sunday, December 4 – Where is Your Hope?

Scripture(s): Ecclesiastes 4

I once read that there was no such thing as false hope. That is a lie. For hope to be real it must be able to hold us up. Otherwise, we either don’t really believe it or it isn’t worth trusting. We need Jesus.

Sunday, November 27 – Are We Different Than the Lost?

Scripture(s): Ecclesiastes 3:12-22

Solomon defines for us the ethic and purpose of good people without Christ. Are we really any different?

Sunday, November 6 – The Good Life

Scripture(s): Ecclesiastes 3:1-11

Too many times our world tries to sell us the lie of the good life. It is in our advertisements. It is in our idealism. Often, that good life is focused on a life free of pain. God’s focus is a life leading to Him.

Sunday, October 30 – Eternity, the Revealer of Worth

Scripture(s): Ecclesiastes 2:12-26

When we take away the superficial reasons we do things we discover if the things we are doing really matters. When we look forward to forever life gets put into perspective.

Sunday, October 16 – Chasing

Scripture(s): Ecclesiastes 1:12-2:11

We don’t like feeling empty.  Jesus said that, “If any man is thirsty, let him come to Me and drink.” (John 7:37)  What does a man do when he is thirsty?  He chases water.

Sunday, October 9 – When This Is All You See

Scripture(s): Ecclesiastes 1:1-11

When all we look at is this world, its problems, or people then that becomes all we can see. Solomon struggled with that. Do we?

Sunday, October 2 – 3 Essentials of Forgiveness

Scripture(s): Philemon 1:17-20

Too many times we call things forgiveness that aren’t. We hold grudges. We just say the words, but we hold onto the pain. How can we truly forgive?

Sunday, September 25 – Restoration through Forgiveness

Scripture(s): Philemon 1:8-17

Restoration changes things: Attitudes, feelings, hopes, dreams. What would restoration do in a few of your relationships? Have you thought about it?

Sunday, September 18 – The Healthy Habits of Forgiveness

Scripture(s): Philemon 1:1-9

There is great value in choosing healthy habits to become healthy. No, we may not be healthy already, but those habits make us healthy. Spiritually, the healthy habit that we need is forgiveness.

Sunday, September 4 – The Foundation of Forgiveness

Scripture(s): Philemon 1:1-7

It is something to be forgiven.  When you know that you have done wrong and need restoration.  At that point, there is nothing sweeter.  However, it is difficult for the person who is being asked to forgive.  Why?  Because it costs them so much.

Sunday, August 14 – Human Solutions to Big Problems

Scripture(s): Judges 17-21

People have problems.  People with Jesus have problems.  People without Jesus have problems.  Does it make a difference how they solve their problems?  Should it?

Sunday, July 31 – Samson – Learning to Follow Well

Scripture(s): Judges 14-16

The life of Samson is not about learning from a stellar example.  It is about learning from a man of faith’s mistakes.  Like Solomon, Samson shows us what not to do.

Sunday, July 17 – The Curious Case of Jephthah

Scripture(s): Judges 11 

To be honest, it should disturb us who God uses.  Yet, it is the fact that God uses people who disturb us that gives us hope.  That means that He can use us.

Sunday, June 26 – Losing the Peace

Scripture(s): Judges 9

God is so good to us. It isn’t just Satan or others that can ruin it. We too can ruin what God has given to us if we don’t apply His word to our lives.

Sunday, June 12 – Sharing Through Prayer

Prayer is universal.  We receive it.  We accept it.  When we pray for another, they let us share in their lives.  As they do, let us share with them the One who can save them.

Sunday, June 5 – How God Grows Our Faith

Scripture: Judges 6-7

Sunday, May 29 – The Struggles of the Faithless

Scripture(s): Judges 4

It is easy to make coming to church or reading our Bible about gaining information.  However, that is not its purpose.  The Bible, and church, are both the place we hear from God.  When we hear from God, what are we to do next?

Sunday, May 22 – Opportunities

Scripture(s): Judges 3

When life comes at us, we can be pulled in many directions.  God’s people must see the invitation to choose God’s path.

Sunday, May 1 – When Sin is in Charge

Scripture(s): Judges 1-2 (19-21) (1-3; 10-17)

When we are warned about sin, many times our understanding of its consequences is simplistic.  However, sin does not just have one consequence.  It has many.

Sunday April 24 – Defeating Satan (Bonus!)

Sunday, April 24 – Thinking Again About the Types of Angels

Sunday, April 17 – Guardian Angels

Sunday, April 10 – The Angel of Death

When you think of the angel of death, do you have a picture of some green mist or a picture of the grim reaper?  What does the Bible teach us about the angel of death?

Sunday, April 3 – Satan (part 2)

Satan has many names and descriptions in the scripture. Yet, all those names and descriptions are consistent in character. Satan is a personal being who wishes to destroy those made in the image of God.

Sunday, March 20 – Satan

Satan has many names and descriptions in the scripture. Yet, all those names and descriptions are consistent in character. Satan is a personal being who wishes to destroy those made in the image of God.

Sunday, March 6 – Demons (part 2)

In the second of a two part introduction we examine the pictures God uses to describe demons.  We see that demons are not more powerful than angels.  Satan is not equal to God.  They are just created beings that have rebelled.  What are these beings?

Sunday, February 28 – Demons

In the first of a two part introduction we examine the pictures God uses to describe demons.  We see that demons are not more powerful than angels.  Satan is not equal to God.  They are just created beings that have rebelled.  What are these beings?

Sunday, February 14 – Shining God’s Glory

An angel’s first purpose is not to simply minister or share God’s Word.  An angel’s purpose is to shine for God.  They show us God’s greatness.

Sunday, January 31 – Delivering God’s Messages

We see angels most often in Scripture delivering God’s messages.  What messages do they deliver?  Why did God use them and not a prophet?

Sunday January 24 – Touched by an Angel

Angels are called ministering spirits.  Just how do they minister?

Sunday, January 17 – The Words We Use for Angels

Like the true angelic beings, we must take care that the words we say reflect God’s thoughts.

Sunday, January 3 – The Types of Angels

Sunday, December 27 – General Observations about Angels

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