God's Word Doesn't Need Our Help

God's Word Doesn't Need Our Help

As I was reflecting on the power of God’s Word, a flood of thoughts hit me. I think our actions in our preaching, teaching, and discipling reveal we don’t actually believe God’s Word is as powerful as it is and we need to help in making it impactful. We could not be any more wrong.

Jemel Roberson: Tragedy of a Citizen Hero & How the Church Must Respond

Jemel Roberson: Tragedy of a Citizen Hero & How the Church Must Respond

The story of Jemel Roberson is truly a hero’s tragedy. The Church in America cannot afford to get this one wrong. Christian conservatives cannot fall asleep on the job for this one. The lost life of this young man should rally the American Church together, not to make an enemy of the police but to stand in solidarity about this reoccurring problem in our country.

If God knew Adam & Eve were going to sin, why bother creating them? (Video)

If God knew Adam & Eve were going to sin, why bother creating them? (Video)

Why would God create Adam & Eve if He knew they were going to sin? Why not fix the problem before it starts? This question has been asked across the ages. And praise God He gives us the answer in Scripture! But is His answer the answer you would give?

This question is the 2nd of this 3-part series hosted by P4CM during October entitled “Tackling Tough Questions”.

Why do good things happen to evil people? (Video)

Why do good things happen to evil people? (Video)

It’s not why do bad things happen to good people, though I do answer this question too. The better question is, why do good things happen to bad/evil people? This question is the 1st I get to answer from a 3-part series hosted by P4CM during October entitled “Tackling Tough Questions”.

The Gospel & the Depravity of Man (Video)

The Gospel & the Depravity of Man (Video)

I was tasked with preaching Romans 1:16-32. Because of the length of this passage I just hit on the 2 big themes Paul covers—the gospel & the depravity of man. Paul gives 3 descriptives of the gospel and (what I call) the descent into the 6 degrees of depravity.