In this message from Romans 9:1-13, Pastor Ritch teaches about the seeming contradiction between God’s sovereign power over salvation and the lack of faith so many people have demonstrated both in Bible times and today.
In this Easter message, Pastor Ritch teaches the third sermon in our three-part series, The Resurrection, and shares about the hope and eternal joy that belongs to every believer because of Jesus victory over death.
The central message of Good Friday is this: Jesus died to rescue us from our sins. In this Good Friday message, Pastor Ritch teaches from Matthew 27:22-54, about four truths of the cross to help us receive God’s grace in Jesus Christ.
No Christian can withstand the assaults of the enemy if he or she refuses to labor in grasping sound doctrine. In this message from I Corinthians 15:20-35, Pastor Ritch shares the hope and reality of our future resurrection, and the urgency of the Apostle Paul’s charge to the church in Corinth to pursue a life of holiness.
The apostles did not emphasize Jesus’ compassion, nor His specific sermons so much as they placed primary attention upon His atoning work – a work completed in His death, burial and resurrection. In this message from I Corinthians 15, 1-19, Pastor Ritch shares about this Biblical foundation of hope that God has granted to all those who believe.
In Judges 14-15, Samson displays his tendency to seek out revenge and to disregard the instruction and guidance of all other voices but his own. In this message, Pastor Josh Beakley teaches that, in spite of Samson himself, God’s sovereign power is on full display in every outcome.
In this message, Pastor Ritch teaches that the love of God never abandons, leaves or fails His children. This love of Christ does not spare believers from experiencing severe hardships in this world, but it does make certain their eternal joy in God.
We will never find confidence in our salvation if we only engage with God emotionally. We will find confidence in God’s saving love for us when we engage with God theologically, doctrinally, and historically. In this message from Romans 8:32-34, Pastor Ritch proclaims the confident assurance of our salvation in Christ.