Grace Church of the Valley
Gemeinde in Mainz
Proclaim Christ In The Culture
Classic sermons by Tim Keller, Pastor Emeritus of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City and NY Times best-selling author of ”The Reason for God: Belief in an Age of Skepticism.” For the latest sermons and additional resources, please visit www.GospelinLife.com
Pastor Randy continues through the book of Acts
Letter to the saints in Thessalonica - Concern for loved ones in danger
Our Relationship to God...beatitudes.
Jeremy McMorris 1-29-23
Some of the most powerful experiences in studying Scripture come when we realize that the same Spirit that inspired the writers can also inspire the readers! If we're open to that possibility, powerful transformation is possible! So, how do we prepare ourselves for what the Spirit can do in our Bible reading?…
Sermon on the Mount | Matthew 6:5-15 | Chipper Flaniken
Believers have a great high priest, who is transcendent, tender, and identifies with God's people; and yet without sin. So He can stand in God's presence and intercede on their behalf. Therefore, we are welcomed before the throne of God, this day, and every day, with total confidence that God is for us!…
In the incarnation, Jesus revealed the glory of God to the world, and He calls His people to do the same.
Psalm 96 is an astonishingly happy psalm. It depicts joy and rejoicing for the whole human race, and not just for everyone, but for everything—even the trees, the fields, the mountains, the earth, and the seas are filled with joy and rejoicing. But this isn’t the world the way we know it—where there are hurricanes, natural disasters, diseases, and …
Bishop Robert Barron Friends, our Gospel for this Sunday is one of the great passages of the New Testament—namely, the Beatitudes from the fifth chapter of Matthew. “Beatitudo” just means happiness, and the one thing we all want is to be happy. Well, here is the Son of God telling us how—so let’s pay close attention! Mass Readings Reading 1 – Zep 2…
John the Baptist
Scripture: Acts 4:23-31. In this account from the earliest days of the Christian movement, we see that we are called to pray for THE world to change, not just MY world.
A sermon on Hebrews 10:24-25.
God is relentless in his determination to love, care for, and to resolve all that happens to his people for good.
Pastor Nathan Hobert continues our series in the Gospel of Mark as we learn the way of the King.
The local church is a diverse group of believers whom God has joined together in one interdependent, unified body.
One of the most encouraging and fortifying truths of Christianity is that God is sovereign. He has the power and right to do as he pleases. A right understanding of that doctrine has strengthened Christians for centuries and fueled some of the most risk-taking, global mission ventures in history. A wrong understanding of that doctrine has led to ap…
When Jesus gave us the Lord's Supper, he also gave us what he called a new commandment.
God Safely Settles Jacob in the Land
(Luke 11:14-28) Rally to the King