May 15, 2022
In this sermon from II Cor 12:1-10 we learn that we are actually STRONGER in our WEAKNESS.
This doesn’t sound right. How can weakness make us strong?
It’s a paradox that, when understood, gives us a better understanding of life. We understand it’s better to suffer than to have pride.
God GIVES us strength when we are weak. It enhances our dependence on him.
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.
May 1, 2022
Enemies. We all seem to have them. We may not be able to give a great definition of who an enemy is, but we tend to know it if we have one. It can be tricky to know how to interact with and treat an enemy.
Thankfully, Jesus taught us what to do with enemies.
The words of Jesus can be challenging at times, but He says them for a reason.
What are we supposed to do with our enemies? Hint: It looks nothing like what anyone else teaches about enemies. In fact, it’s in such stark contrast it may be hard to believe. But when followed, we find the words of Jesus are true.
April 24, 2022
Jesus taught us the Last will be First and the First will be Last. He read more…
April 17, 2022
Paul teaches us in the book of Galatians that we are NO LONGER SLAVES to sin. In this sermon we learn about how the Low magnifies our need for Christ. We can never measure up to a sovereign God! That does not sound encouraging, does it?
In fact, it’s worse than that. The Bible teaches us we are SLAVES TO SIN. There’s nothing we can do to overcome our sin on our own. We all fall short of the Glory of God, and our sin just magnifies that.
But, because of what Jesus did for us on the cross, we don’t have to be a slave to our sin any more!
This sermon, peppered with a couple testimonies of LifeSpring Christian Church members, is a practical reminder of this truth!
April 10, 2022
This sermon examines why God gave us the Holy Spirit. This long-awaited promise poured out upon the Early Church in Acts 2.
What are the “last days”? What were they to the early church?
This is the START OF THE CHURCH. Now God would dwell within us and through us.
This sermon is about the promise of this Holy Spirit from Joel freely given to us.
April 3, 2022
God’s Love for us is extraordinary. It’s important to know that because what we believe about God’s love for us will impact our actions.
When we don’t have a healthy view of God’s love for us there’s no telling what kinds of thoughts and beliefs could creep in.
Yet, when our foundation is the love of God, it impacts every area of our lives. Particularly impacting the most important areas of our life.
Malachi teaches us some very important truths about these things.
March 27, 2022
Zechariah is known as the “Messianic Prophet” because he is quoted so often in the New Testament with his shear number of prophecies that point to Jesus.
In this sermon we learn about the CLEAR GOSPEL STORY found in the book of Zechariah. When compared side-by-side with the life of Christ, the book of Zechariah paints an incredible picture of who the Messiah would be, down to his character and nature. He also shares clearly about the sacrifice Jesus would give us at the hand of God, Himself.
If you’ve ever struggled with the love of God, this sermon is for you. God went to every effort to let us know He loves us, by sending His one and only son to die on the cross for our sins.
You are loved.
March 20, 2022
Have you ever started a project and never finished it?
In this sermon we learn about when God puts us on a mission and the many ways we can easily find ourself off mission. No matter how faithful. No matter how much we want to. There are still times we want to throw our hands up and say, “I’m done.”
If you’ve ever felt this way know this… GOD IS NOT DONE WITH YOU. As long as you have breath in your lungs, God can use you.
When we get off mission, there’s a price to pay. In fact, it can have a bigger impact than we may realize.
Learn about how you can get back on mission for Jesus!