Reading from Luke, Rev. Gilbert opens this sermon with an insightful look at revenge and treatment of others. Reaching out to the virtues we should hold, he looks into what we are supposed to do scripturally.
In this message, Rev. Carson discusses passages that outline the importance of character in our lives and our society. See how modern television programs and the Bible alike share how crucial our character is.
Referring to the Bing Crosby song, Rev. Huggins opened up with the words: “Accentuate the positive. Eliminate the negative…Don’t mess with Mister In-Between.” Listen as he shares a message based on Luke and casts similarities on the present.
“The greatest weakness of the Church today” states rev. Carson “is the lack of understanding of the Bible.” As he outlines comparisons to ancient civilizations, listen as he shares a message on the importance of having a deeper understanding of the Bible in today’s age.
On Easter Sunday, Pastor Emeritus Huggins shares a message of Jesus’ return. Following on what happened after the crucifixion, he illustrates the disciples actions and elaborates on Jesus’ message to his followers after he rose from the dead.
Dr. Joe Davis told about a memory from his childhood that included his little brother and his father’s instructions for helping watch out for his brother. Listen as he shares “When Dad Got Really Angry”.
As he shares about the vision of what is laid out for each of us, this message interweaves video games and other pop culture references to help drive parity to the challenges faced in the Church. With scripture from Joshua, Luke, and Revelation, Rev. Carson imparts a reflection of how a new generation helps refocus the vision of the future.
In his return as Pastor Ameritus, Rev. Huggins shared a story from his childhood and having to move as a youth, and some of the expectations placed upon him. In this message from Luke, hear how he explains how some of those lessons learned as a child help relate to our lives as adults.