Episode 1 of 4: We all know what it's like to make poor decisions or tell a lie. To cover it up, we continue making poor decisions and lies until we're in a hole we can't get out of. Can we be redeemed? David was, and he committed adultery and murder.
Episode 3 of 3: What can we expect when we pray? Can we expect God to answer "yes" to all that we pray, and if He doesn't, is it because the prayer wasn't important? What kinds of things should we pray for? What is the point of prayer?
Episode 2 of 3: What voice do you use to speak to God your Father? Is it a voice you heard from a pastor that you put on because you believe that is more appropriate for speaking to God? This sermon explores how we should speak to God our Father.
Episode 1 of 3: When you know someone well, the conversation is easy, familiar and has depth. When we pray, how does it sound? Is it a conversation between old friends? Is it comfortable? Or would you rather not do it? Do you struggle with how to start?
Episode 4 of 5: Everything about Christmas is really leading up to a moment. The moment when the baby Jesus is born and the world celebrates a whole new reality. How do you understand what happened on Christmas morning?
Episode 3 of 5: The Christmas season has always been filled with stories. It didn't start as a marketing idea, a legend or even a baby being born in a manger. This sermon takes a look at the significance of everything leading up to Jesus' birth.
Greg Monette gives a lecture on "what needs to be true for Christianity to be true." He addresses questions such as who Christ was, His resurrection, how reliable Scripture is and much more.
Episode 1 of 5: One of the most exciting parts of Christmas is the anticipation leading up to it. Imagine the anticipation Mary, a virgin, felt when an angel told her she was going to have a baby, and that baby would be God's Son, who reigns over all.
Episode 2 of 2: We have so much to be thankful for, and not just for what God has done, but for who He is. Our response to God will always be shaped by how we see HIM and ME. Are we seeing God as He is? Are we responding to who He is and what He's done?