Sermon Archives

Ethics
October 29, 2016

The Problem of Rules

The Problem of Rules

A fierce loyalty to personal freedom is a growing and defining trademark of Western secularism. We must consider the idolatry of personal freedom and the objections it brings against Christianity.

May 21, 2016

“Sticks, Stones, and Steaks” part 3

"Sticks, Stones, and Steaks" part 3

Believers seeking to glorify God should never associate themselves with elements that are linked to the world system regardless of the reasons, the personal rights, or the perceived cost.

May 21, 2016

“Sticks, Stones, and Steaks” part 2

"Sticks, Stones, and Steaks" part 2

Paul’s first two principles in decisionmaking involve encroachment (will it go against the demands of my conscience, 8:7) and example (will it set a helpful pattern for others to follow, 8:12-13).

May 20, 2016

“Sticks, Stones, and Steaks” part 1

"Sticks, Stones, and Steaks" part 1

In debatable issues, things in which we have no direct scriptural instruction, we are often confronted with decisions between individual personal liberty and Christian community sensitivity.

January 24, 2016

Counsel to a Thief (Part III)

Counsel to a Thief (Part III)

The final message in Pastor Hamilton’s evening service series, “Counsel to a Thief.” Part I Part II

January 17, 2016

Counsel to a Thief (Part II)

Counsel to a Thief (Part II)

A follow-up message to last week’s evening service sermon, “Counsel to a Thief.” Part 1

January 10, 2016

Counsel to a Thief (Part I)

Counsel to a Thief (Part I)

Believers would be wise to not fall for the lie that only the “evil people of the world” are guilty of theft.

August 16, 2015

The Christian and War

The Christian and War

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