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In the book of Colossians Paul tells believers to continue walking in Christ and his salvation in the same way that they received him. As a free, unmerited gift and not by works or self-effot.

February 13, 2020

This is part 4 of a series of sermons on Colossians which Jordan preached in 2015. In this series, Jordan teaches out of the book of Colossians and explains what God really expects from us as believers. Is his will heavy and burdensome? Must we work, effort and strive to earn his affection? Colossians answers these questions and points us to freedom, peace and victory that can be discovered in the finished work of Jesus Christ.

February 7, 2020

Those who are in Christ Jesus have undergone a change in their spiritual identity. Where we were once darkness, we have now become light in the Lord. Learning to understand and believe this truth is key to having victory in our Christian walk.

February 7, 2020

In 2 Corinthians 5, the apostle Paul tells us that those who are “in Christ” have experienced a dramatic change in their identity. Those whose faith is in Jesus have a completely new relationship to God and the world they live. Understanding this truth is key in walking in victory.

February 7, 2020

Colossians 2 says that we are “complete” or “full” in Christ. This means that by having Jesus alone, we have absolutely all that we need for the well being of our souls. In this sermon Jordan unpacks these truths and brings an encouraging word for the struggling and weary Christian.

February 6, 2020

It is finished… The hard labor of salvation has been accomplished for us and God now invites us not to work, labor and strive for him, but rather to sit down and rest in the work, labor and striving Jesus did for us on the cross.

February 6, 2020

The story in Matthew 4 of the temptation of Jesus contains deep spiritual truths that may not be immediately evident to those who read it.

January 14, 2020

Sam McVay preaches about the danger of embracing any amount of sin in our lives and the inevitable destruction that it will cause.

January 10, 2020

God promises in Deuteronomy to drive out the enemies of the Israelites. This promise has great spiritual application for believers in Christ.

January 10, 2020