In this series of sermons, Mike explores the exercise of worship in order to highlight its purpose (honoring God) and its result (edifying the worshipper).
Mike reviews the life and work of Fanny J. Crosby, one of the most prolific composers of sacred poetry and hymns.
In this lesson, Mike focuses on the invitation part of every sermon and examines its Biblical purpose and relevance in preaching to today's church. (Hosea 14:1-9)
Mike explains what worship and praise do for those who participate, no matter who you are or how many have gathered in the name of the Lord.
Mike reviews the reasons why the Churches of Christ do not use instruments of music in the public worship services.
This lesson explores the motivation that creates a heart tuned to worship and praise. (Ephesians 5:15-20)
This sermon explores the things God truly desires from us beyond the rituals of public worship. (Psalm 50:13-15;23)
A summary of reasons why, despite the delay or doubt that God is hearing us, we must persevere in prayer. (Jeremiah 42:1-7)
Many times Christians lose their focus in prayer because of various trials and experiences. This sermon explores several key reasons why one must persevere in this basic spiritual exercise. (James 5:16)
This lesson helps us to get beyond the turkey and sports to find a deeper meaning for true thanks and giving from a Christian perspective.
What to Expect