I Saw My Brother Sin
Description:1 John 5:13-15; In this sermon, Pastor Joel explains the fruit of our assurance of eternal life: a bold and confident prayer life.
Description:ONE HOPE Conference, Session 5: Is the Bible Enough? In this sermon, Dr. Kevin Smith speaks on the topic of "sufficiency of Scripture." Followed by Q&A..
Description:ONE HOPE Conference, Session 4: Is the Bible Needed? In this sermon, Pastor Shai Linne speaks on the topic of necessity of Scripture." Followed by Q&A..
Description:ONE HOPE Conference, Session 1:Why the Bible? In this sermon, Pastor Montrel Haygood disccusses issues of how the Bible was put together and whether or not it can be trusted. Followed by Q&A..
Description:A call for believers to remeber the spiritual state of the people in th world and to feel the weight of the matter. Ultimately this is a call to trust in the power of God's Word, the might of the Holy Spirit, and to act with the urgency in the spreading os the good news of hope for the dead.
Description:Jesus is the safe place for Sinners. How might sinners, however, know that they are in Him? John has given us a series of "tests" that we may know that we are Christians. Our third test is doctrine. What do you belive about Jesus? Join us as we come to understnd the importance of our beliefs in the identity of Jesus Christ.
Description:We all have a problem: sin remains. Yet we have a remedy: Jesus Christ is a refuge for sinners - our advocate and propitiation. This morning we continue to explore a number of "tests."Last week we began the test of love. We know we love God if we love each other. This week the test continues - from a little different angle: We know we love God if we do not love the world. Has the world's ways caught your heart? Are you living for temporal Pleasures which do not Last? Join us this morning as we meet Jesus, the King who's Kingdom remains forever.
Description:Are you a real Christian? In our culture today, many people assume that they're a Christian, and that they're in a solid relationship with God based on their own standards of goodness. In this passage, we discover that God is light and a Christian lives in the light. Join us as we explore the marks of true Christianity and what it means to live in the light as he is in the light.
Description:Am I really a Christian? How do I know? We begin a new series in 1 John this morning to discover the concrete confidence we have in Christ. 1 John isn't written to cause doubt – it's written so that we may know that we are children of God. Listen and be encouraged in your faith and know these things, “so that your joy may be complete.”
Description:After defining spiritual depression and identifying the purpose and plan behind it, it's time to unpack practical strategies for how to weather and respond to deep discouragement. This week we explore the third stanza of the song and see how the Psalmist battles depression, and how we might learn form him and grow in our own resilience against this world of despair.
Description:"Have you ever wondered why romantic and sexual desires are so powerful? Why does it sometimes seem sexuality and spirituality are so far apart? Is it meant to be this way? Relationally and sexually, what does it mean to be "pure"? What does the incarnation of Jesus have to us about all this?
Description:Understanding how God uses all things for our good and for his glory is one of our greatest tactics in dealing with despair and the first step in finding solid ground in the deep waters of depression. This is the perspective that changes how we view and experience trials and seasons of heavy discouragement. We consider the strange gift of feeling far from god and how he uses it to draw us closer to Him.
Description:Charlie is a church planter in Baltimore City with Epiphany Fellowship Baltimore. Too many people think that the church is for perfect people. We examine Luke and discover that Jesus taught just the opposite. Jesus ate with sinners. He came for sinners. And he came to call sinners to himself.
Description:We celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ! For the past year we have been walking through the book of matthew and finally witness the conquering of death. All of life is wrapped in shame, fear, and death. Jesus does what none could ever do - he defeats it all and brings us life.
Description:On Palm Sunday, crowds welcomed Jesus into Jerusalem as the coming King. By friday, Jesus will be hanging on a cross. Join us as we continue to study the meaning of Christ's death. in Matthew, we are shown that Jesus did not merely die as an example but as the necessary, effectual, perfect sacrifice on our behalf.
Description:What happened on the cross? Many books and movies have gone to the great lengths to show the physical gore of the crucifixion, but none of them capture the full meaning. To fully understand what happened on the cross, we need more than a visual description, we need a spiritual description.
Description:Observe Jesus tried before Pilate, a trial he endured on our behalf. Though innocent, he didn't defend himself, but willingly stodd in our place, taking our sentence of guilty upon himself. Let's come together and worship and rejoice at the awesome pardon afforded to us as a result Christ accepting our condemnation.
Description:Are you receiving forgiveness? In this passage, Matthew begins the final narrative which tells of Jesus' death. It begins with the world plotting aganst him, even his friends. yet in the midst of corruption sits the Savior, with a cup in his hand, declaring that this cup represents his blood poured out for the forgiveness of sins. Let's sip together of God's mercey
Description:Jesus promised to return and gather his people to himself, but what does that mean for us in the meantime? First, we're given hope in his promise. And second, that hope moves us to engage in our individual callings with faithfulness and diligence. Rather than simply waiting, we are charged to stay awake with activity and purpose, hope and anticipation.
Dr. Greg Kame
Description:A lecture addressing questions such as: "Is Christianity the white man religion?" and "How does a Christian reconcile their genuine faith with the reality of colonialism and the Euro-centric sins of the past?"Dr. Greg Kame was born and raised in Cameroon. Dr. Kame is a graduate of Cameroon Baptist Theological Seminary and received a PhD in Systematic Theology from the University of South Africa. He currently serves as Interin Director of Missions for the Prince George's Baptist Association.
Description:In the midst of corruption, Jesus comes as the God of justice. But times will get worse before they get better. Today we live in this era of deception, tribulation, temptation, and presecution. Yet our hope remains the same - Jesus is coming again!
Description:Note: The first half of this sermon suffers from technical difficulties. However, the fuzz in the begining is worth it. This part of Matthew has a powerful message.
Description:We must not confuse a show of godliness for actual godliness. There are phony ministers and christians who enjoy being seen as Godly yet lack genuine Christlikness. Phony spirituality remains a constant threat for all christians. Join us today as Jesus warns his people against the phony and calls his disciples to real faith.
Dr. Kevin Smith
Description:Dr. Kevin Smith brings us a message form God's Word. Dr. Smith has previously served in both pastoral and professorial roles, and now serves us as the Executive Director of the Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware.
Description:In every generation, questions are posed against Christianity which shake Christians. Every generation fears that they have no answer; yet every generation answers the skeptics with grace. As we near the end of Matthew, we see the religous establisment grasping at straws to trip Jesus up and accuse him of blasphemy. We study the four questions ask by Pharisees to find fault that is not there, and observe the blamlessness of Christ that cannot be marred. He is unstoppable in his decernment, wisdom, wit, and words, and the Pharisees are beaten at their own game, speechless, yet unbelieving. Be encouraged that the body of Christ has answered every question for 2,000 years with grace, and the church of Jesus Christ is unstoppable.
Description:John the Baotist is born. His father's lips are opened at this baby's birth. What he prophecies is an inspired song that i written down forever. This morning we study "Zechariah's Song" and come to see just who it is for, whom baby John will one day pave the road.