The verses found in the Great Commission probably frighten us. Having to confront people with the gospel is not the most comfortable thing to do, but Pastor Mike gives some insight as to what these verses mean.
We will examine the history and culture behind I Corinthians 11:17-36, and explore what this means to us as a church and believers today.
Happy New Year from Victory Baptist Church. It’s a new year and a new series so Pastor Mike will examine God’s heart when it comes to the gospel. Our text will be found in I Timothy 2.
The new year is upon us, so what are we going to do for 2018? Pastor Mike give us a challenge for the new year in matters of prayer, bible reading, church attendance and giving. What will you do for the coming year?
Our world is constantly changing and flowing with different ideas and philosophies. Is Christ birth relevant for our times or is it a footnote in history? Pastor Mike will explore the events leading up to the birth of Christ, and that His birth is as relevant today as it was 2,000 years ago.
Last week we discussed the titles of the child that would come into the world to establish His Kingdom on earth. We learned about the qualities He carried through the titles Isaiah gave Him. This week we will look at the Kingdom itself as it is described in verse 7. Does this Kingdom occur in […]
In today’s message, we explore the titles in Isaiah 9. What exactly does Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace mean, and how does it change our view of Christ?
We’ve reached the end of the Book of Jonah, so we’ll do a review of what we’ve learned over the last ten messages. Pastor Mike will challenge us on consecration vs comfort and happiness vs our holiness.
In today’s message, Pastor Mike focuses on Jonah’s reaction to God’s mercy on Nineveh. We will see that God is more interested in Jonah’s reaction than that of the city. How did Jonah respond to God’s grace toward the Assyrians, and how do we respond when God does the same toward people we don’t think […]
Missionary Stacy Dassow shares some thoughts from Psalm 23 regarding the believer’s relationship with the Lord as our shepherd.
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