Speaker: Mike Maglish
September 25, 2022
Series: Go & Tell
A Changed People are a grateful people. That’s what we see in John 4-5.
Jesus takes an outcast woman… and gives her a sense of belonging.
Jesus takes and elite official… and turns him in to a humble follower.
Jesus takes a lifelong invalid… and validates him.
Find out how YOUR STORY is important and significant in the Kingdom of God.
August 28, 2022
Resurrection means more to a Christian than we can possibly put in to words. In fact, the Resurrection is the foundation for everything the Christian believes.
But what if Jesus never did raise from the dead?
Paul says it a little different. We are wasting our time if, in fact, the resurrection never happened!
That’s strong language.
But He did raise from the dead. And there’s plenty of evidence for the empty tomb.
So what does it all mean? What does it resurrection mean for the believer?
This sermon dives in to the reality of the empty tomb, as well as what resurrection looks like for believers.
August 21, 2022
Ah yes. Love is in the air.
1 Corinthians 13 is the famous “love” passage. In fact, it’s used more in weddings than any other passage in the Bible. One problem, this passage is not about the love between a husband and a wife.
In this sermon, Mike unpacks what 1 Corinthians 13 is all about. Loving other Christians can be difficult. Especially when it comes to using our Spiritual Gifts in the Kingdom.
The Apostle Paul is clear – Love others AND use your Spiritual Gifts. This sermon is a nuts and bolts picture on what that looks like and how that’s done.
July 24, 2022
Be all things to all people…
What did Paul mean when he said those words?
People feel the need to be “right”. What if being right is not the end goal?
What if we were willingly laid down our rights for the sake of the Gospel?
What may be ok in one setting may not be wise in another. Knowing WHEN and WHERE to do and say certain things may just be the difference between being an effective Kingdom Builder and not.
To the Christian, Gospel should matter more than any personal preferences or doctrinal nuances. Whatever it takes to share the Gospel and unite Christians in the name of Christ!
July 3, 2022
Leaven helps dough to rise. In and of itself, for baking purposes, it’s a good thing. But there’s a powerful lesson we learn about leaven from the Bible.
You see, once leaven enters in to dough, it’s nearly impossible to get it out. It will spread through the entire “lump” of dough. Ultimately, affecting the entire batch.
When it comes to sin, a little leaven will destroy the whole batch.
In this sermon from 1 Corinthians chapter 5 we find out how sin impacted the early church. Ultimately, we learn how to guard against the same happening to our church(es) today.
June 26, 2022
It’s everywhere we look.
What do people THINK when they see you? What do they FEEL when they think about you?
Nonbelievers will think of us as FOOLS. But that is NOT how we are to respond to the world.
The church in Corinth was concerned about who they followed, and what that said about them. Unfortunately, their brand of Christianity was less about Christ and more about the Rabbi that taught them about Jesus.
Pursuing a brand of Christianity, instead of Christ, can be dangerous. Paul likens that kind of wisdom to being the same as that of the world.
This sermon is for anyone who believes their BRAND of Christianity is better than others. Be careful.
June 5, 2022
Quite possibly the biggest paradox in all of Scripture – You can only win through losing.
The Bible clearly teaches us that we need to GIVE UP our life in order to FIND our life. But it just doesn’t make sense on the surface.
In this sermon, we learn how Jesus’ teaching about a seed helps us to better understand what it means to become completely undone so that what remains is so much more productive and fruitful than what began.
Alone, we are a singular seed. But when we fall to the earth and die – We produce much fruit. It’s a paradox – One that brings life.
Isn’t it time you LOSE so you can WIN?
May 29, 2022
Up is Down and Down is Up.
When it comes to our relationship with God, we need to think DOWN.
Humility is the key. Pride elevates self, and self is a dangerous four-letter word. The higher we stand the farther we fall.
In this sermon we learn about what Jesus has to say about our pride. We should boast in nothing… except Jesus.
May 8, 2022
The Greatest is the servant of all. Or… did Jesus actually say slave of all?
In this sermon from Mark 10:35-40 we learn exactly what Jesus taught us when He told us the greatest is the one who washes feet.
Why is that significant? Because Jesus set an example for us. And who is greater than their teacher? No one.