Sermon Archives

Sermons from Westerville Bible Church
September 20, 2015

The Triumphant Church (part 2)

The Triumphant Church (part 2)

Jesus took his disciples to a pagan city, alienated from the truth, and made a great announcement that would change the world. Part 1

September 20, 2015

The Triumphant Church (part 1)

The Triumphant Church (part 1)

Jesus took his disciples to a pagan city, alienated from the truth, and made a great announcement that would change the world.

September 13, 2015

Keys to Worship (part 1)

Keys to Worship (part 1)

Worship changes how you think and how you live. If you hear a message and leave unchanged, you didn’t really worship.

September 13, 2015

Keys to Worship (part 2)

Keys to Worship (part 2)

Worship changes how you think and how you live. If you hear a message and leave unchanged, you didn’t really worship. Part 1

September 6, 2015

Hope in God

Hope in God

I must trust God, my only hope to deliver me from the difficulties of life.

August 30, 2015

The Elements of Corporate Worship (part 2)

The Elements of Corporate Worship (part 2)

Worship is devotion to God in a manner and with a heart that is acceptable to him. Part 1

August 23, 2015

Worship and Missions

Worship and Missions

Paul’s purpose in ministry and our reason for living are exactly the same—presenting life through Christ and pleading with the lost to become true worshipers of the true God!

August 16, 2015

The Christian and War

The Christian and War

Is war ever justified? Can a Christian serve in the military?

August 16, 2015

The Elements of Corporate Worship (part 1)

The Elements of Corporate Worship (part 1)

Worship is devotion to God in a manner and with a heart that is acceptable to him. Worship services have changed over the centuries. But has God given any examples and directives for worship in any age? There are some regulative principles to help guide worship for the church.  

August 9, 2015

You Can’t Take It With You

You Can't Take It With You

A biblical view of wealth: Christians should be radical non-conformists in our attitude toward money.

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