“Life goes by pretty fast. If you don’t stop to take a look around every once in a while, you might miss something.” These words from Ferris Bueller perfectly summarize Solomon’s words in Ecclesiastes 11:7-12:14. Life is short. It’s important that we seize the day while their are still days to seize.
Life can be unpredictable. Sometimes that means unexpected blessings; other times it means unexpected tragedies. We can’t always choose our circumstances but we can choose the way we respond to those circumstances. Wisdom, when intentionally pursued, can help us turn sour misfortunes into sweet blessings.
What is the power of the Gospel? What is the heart of Christianity? What is the meaning of baptism? In this sermon we take a direct and meaningful look at all of these questions. If you have ever wondered what the heart of Christianity is about, this sermon will tell you – and more than […]
Paul explains that he teaches wisdom to those who are mature. Maturity and wisdom work together like left and right hands, both of them require that we understand the truths about Jesus and then conform our lives to those truths. In this sermon, Living Hope Location Leader, Trevor Nashleanas, explains that this is possible with […]