Sermons by Ryan Lenerz
In Christianity, God reached down toward humanity and gave himself as a sacrifice so we could be in relationship with Him. That’s God’s Grace – the Good News of the Gospel. The problem is, many non-Christians don’t see grace when they look at Christians. Instead, Christians are often viewed as Judgmental and Angry.
If we want to be Godly, to be representatives of God to this world, then the most important virtue we have to live out is that of love. And not the messed up, twisted and distorted version this world passes off as love
We Christians can hold onto hope, even in the midst of all the negativity around us because we trust that God is in control. – No ruler has been put in power for whom God didn’t have a say. – No natural disaster has caught God by surprise. – COVID wasn’t unexpected, and all the results it brought were within God’s plan. God DOES have a plan that He will work right up until the day the trumpet sounds and time runs out for this earth.
As Christians, the virtues we should be signaling to the world are very different from what our culture is signaling.
This series is about much more, though, than technical terms and exactly who goes where and when. This is about your eternity!
If we are comfortable with our own lives and the things of this earth, then we will be indifferent to the eternal destiny of others; and that’s exactly the way our enemy wants it.
Ever wonder what happens the moment you take your last breath?This might be the most important message you ever listen to.
Baptism is an extremely important part of the life of a church, and not just for those who are being baptized.
We are not called to be perfect; we ARE called to persevere.
Of all the options this world affords us, only one thing matters – our relationship with God. Start it. Grow it. Hold on to it through your whole life. That’s the key to happiness.