Pastor Hager preaches from Proverbs 6, challenging believers not to put off allowing God to work in their lives.
Pastor Hager continues his series on believing God with a clear explanation of our what our response to the Gospel should be in salvation. He then encourages believers to respond the same way in faith to the Word of God for daily Christianity and growth.
Pastor Hager preaches from Proverbs 23, challenging us to give our hearts to the Lord. He shows how we need to have no reservations before God, but give Him preeminence in our lives, and let His will and His pleasure be our treasure. He also shows how, when we do this, we will have an […]
Dr. Ron Williams opens our Fall Revival meetings with a simple, yet powerful message regarding friends from Proverbs 24. He describes the importance of parental guidance in choosing friends as well as the characteristics of a godly friend and then challenges parents to take responsibility in the home for the spiritual well-being of their children.
Pastor Hager preaches from Proverbs 6, clearly outlining the 7 sins that the Lord hates. He outlines the differences of each particular category of sin and then shows us how each one of them involves our relationship with the Lord. He challenges us to take God’s perspective against those sins.
Pastor Hager preaches from Proverbs 8 on watching daily at Wisdom’s door. He emphasizes the value of wisdom, then shows us how we need to seek God in every area of our lives, and have a healthy walk with Him. This comes from a daily and purposed commitment to the Word of God.
Pastor Hager preaches on choices and their consequences from Proverbs 1-3. He points out that bad choices not only affect you but others, and that, after Salvation, the source of bad choices is rejecting the known Word of God. He lays out some of the choices believers have to make and principles of making wise choices.
Pastor Hager preaches from Proverbs 3:27-35 as he finishes a series on the “Happy Man”. He helps us to see that happiness comes from wisdom, understanding, and knowledge lived out in a practical way before other Christians, as well as before the world.