Sermon Archive

Sermon Archive

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To Sin Or Not To Sin

Romans 6:6-10 Sin is often neglected in modern churches due to its potential impact on attendance numbers. However, it remains a critical barrier between believers and a fulfilling life. Sin separates people from God both eternally and temporarily. Therefore, it is essential to address this topic in the one place where it should be taught. This Sunday we will discover the believers’ relationship to sin and how to overcome it to experience all God has prepared for us. 

Do Your Duty!

Do Your Duty!Matthew 5:1-20 The world around us is going crazy – war in Ukraine, war in the Middle East, the collapse of traditional values, the divisiveness of an election year. What is a believer to do? How is a believer to live? Join us as we look at Jesus’ instructions to His disciples in Matthew 5:1-20 which are as applicable today as when He spoke them.

Christian Adulting

Romans 6:1-5 “X” (Twitter) users had begun to use the term “adulting” to describe adults doing the routine tasks that adults are expected to do. It is often used in a way that mourns the loss of the freedom of responsibility often associated with being a child.  As “children” of God, we too must learn “Christian adulting” in our daily lives. That is, to grow up in our Christian life and do the things that God expects us to do. Romans 6 begins a new…

The Gift Of Life

1 Corinthians 15:1-4 Life is a gift from God. Oftentimes, we take life for granted. We live as if we have all the time in the world. But, the reality is, every day and every breath is a gift from The Father of Creation.  This Easter Sunday, let’s celebrate the gift of life; both physical and spiritual. Both are gifts from God that continue to give us hope and meaning each day of our existence. Let’s celebrate the living Savior who has conquered death for us and…

Jesus’ Passion For You

1 Peter 2:21-24, Isaiah 53:3-6 Passion Week. What exactly is Passion Week? Passion Week is so named because of the passion with which Jesus willingly went to the cross in order to pay for the sins of the world. We’ve never seen a greater display of passion than in this week in this man, Jesus Christ. But remember, His passion was for you and me. This Sunday, Palm Sunday, we will look at the Passion of Jesus Christ in suffering and dying…

Jesus Emptied For You

Philippians 2:5-8 In Philippians we are told that Jesus “emptied Himself.” This passage is known as the kenosis of Christ based on the Greek word kenoo which means “to empty.” But what did He empty Himself of and for what reason? The answer will help us understand the great love of Christ who condescended for us to be our sympathetic High Priest and Savior. 

Jesus Arrived For You

As we set our sights on Easter, we look forward to celebrating the wonderful truth of Jesus’ resurrection from the dead for us. However, Jesus’ resurrection was just one of the reasons He came to earth for us. Jesus came to earth for many reasons that culminated in His resurrection and ascension. Why did Jesus come to our world in the first place? He had a purpose and it reveals just how wonderful the loving heart of our Savior truly…

With All, Get Understanding

We are excited to welcome Dick Lynch back to BBC. In 1992, Dick and Eckie Lynch became the third missionary couple supported by BBC. Dick, as a part of Wycliffe Bible Translators, works at the Dallas International University where their mission is to translate the Bible in countries where God’s Word doesn’t exist. Dick serves as the Director of Institutional Research and Services. He will bring a message titled, “With All, Get Understanding.“

Living The Grace Life

Romans 5:15-21 Last week, we heard a lot about sin and death. We learned of the pitiful condition of mankind apart from his Creator. It’s all bad news without any hope. BUT, the story doesn’t end there! Because in the first verse of Romans 5:15 is BUT the free gift is not like the transgression.  This week we will focus our attention on the reason Jesus came to earth to undo all Adam and the human race have done through sin. You won’t want…

Does Jesus Reign Supreme?

Romans 5:12-21 You may have heard the expression, “If Jesus is not Lord of all, He’s not Lord at all!” The expression is usually directed at people who claim to be believers but whose lives are not characterized by the “Lordship” or rule of Jesus.  That may sound spiritual on the surface, but does it have support from the Bible. In Romans chapter 5 verses 12-21, the Apostle Paul helps us understand how all the world is under the rule of either sin…

Love Like No Other

Romans 5:5-10 According to an article from NASA, “Human beings have certain basic needs. We must have food, water, air, and shelter to survive. If any one of these basic needs is not met, then humans cannot survive.” NASA and Jamestown Education Module I imagine that most of us would like to add to this list. Sure, maybe humans can “survive”, physically with these basic needs, but surely humans want to do more than merely survive.  Yet, when we look around our world, country, city, churches, and even…

Faith, Peace, And Glory

Romans 5:1-5 Believers in Jesus Christ by faith alone in Christ alone, have been forever justified before God, the righteous judge. However, we know this is not the only benefit we receive when we believe. Our faith unlocks a plethora of spiritual blessings that God offers all of His children.  In Romans 5, Paul transitions from his explanation of eternal justification by faith alone apart from works, to the benefits that flow from this justification. When all is said and done, we…