Pastor Scott shares with us the only offensive weapon that we have - the Sword of the Spirit, the Bible. But it's enough! Father's Day is the perfect day to talk about how the Word of God is our offensive weapon against the crazy things happening in our world.
Sermon Category: <span>Refocus: Ephesians</span>
The helmet of salvation is the same as the shoes of the gospel, right? Pastor Scott taught us all about the helmet of salvation - and it's not all about your profession of faith, either!
A shield...that sounds really heavy. I don't know if I have the strength for this piece. Pastor Scott explains the importance, and how we should not go to battle daily, without it!
Our heart and lungs are in the mid-section of our bodies, so they need the most protection in order to keep us alive. The breastplate of righteousness is the spiritual piece that protects our heart-- the thinking/decision-making part of us.
This message is perfectly timed for Mother's Day - being "strong in the Lord" takes effort on our part, whether we're a mom, or not. It's the armor of God that gives us strength--Pastor Scott zeroed in on the Belt of Truth.
God is interested in who I am, at work? Yes, He most certainly is! Ephesians six gives us some help in this area -- Pastor Scott explains the context in which these verses are found--and sheds important light on the topic of slaves and masters.
We have all felt "provoked to wrath" by our parents when we were growing up! In this passage, Pastor Eric helps us understand just what the parent's responsibilities are, and what the child's responsibilities, too! No one is exempt, here!
God has a plan for husbands, that if followed, would help marriages to thrive! It includes loving leadership. Pastor Scott teaches us what this is, and what it could look like!
God has a wise and good plan that is for our best, and that includes specific instructions for wives, in marriage. Pastor Scott gives us what the Bible says about submission in marriage, for couples.
We've heard it before..."make wise decisions!" - but what does that really mean? Pastor Scott shares what true wisdom is, and how we can walk wisely in this ever-changing world.