Before God’s people were free, they were enslaved in Egypt. Egypt is a great reminder that some places we visit are not places to stay. In this sermon, Pastor Robbey encourages us to leave Egypt by asking for God’s assistance.
We live in a land that encourages comfort, yet Jesus teaches us that comfort is our enemy. In this Sermon, Pastor Robbey teaches us to hang on to the cross until it kills the sin that prohibits us from bearing fruit.
As a church, we are dedicating this day to thanking God for our grandparents. In this sermon, Pastor Robbey will both thank and challenge our grandparents to be the spiritual monuments that our children need.
It’s a humbling truth that God prayed for us in the time of his greatest distress. In this sermon, Pastor Robbey encourages us to let that prayer change the way we live.
You heard the proverb, “A chip off the old block.” In this sermon, Pastor Robbey sums up what the Christian life should look like for all believers, regardless of how long they have been saved.
Jesus once said, ” the greatest among you is your servant”. In this sermon Pastor Robbey exposes 3 lies that hold Christians back from greatness.
Who will stand between you and God’s wrath? Who will speak for you on Judgment Day? Jesus!
Everyone has a circle of influence. How we use that influence indicates our purpose. In this sermon, Pastor Robbey challenges us to use our influence to grow God’s Kingdom.
Jesus often found himself in crowds because people sought him for a multitude of reasons. Which is fine because God can use anything to bring you to him. In this sermon, Pastor Robbey challenges us to identify why we follow Jesus now.