Sermons by Pastor Chris Willett (Page 4)
Within the community of believers, there are individuals known as apostates. These are people who outwardly identify as Christians but reject the belief that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and the Savior of the world. Pastor Chris Willett guides us through the Book of Jude, emphasizing the importance of being able to identify apostates and their erroneous teachings. He also encourages us to boldly defend the truth of the Gospel. Beware of false prophets, who come to you…
Walking by faith isn’t walking without fear. It’s about putting fear in the right place by trusting God.
And he brought him to Jesus. Jesus looked at him and said, “You are Simon son of John. You will be called Cephas” (which, when translated, is Peter). John 1:42
Pastor Chris Willett shares the story of the Grace of God, through 42 generations leading up to the birth of Christ and through all generations to come.
What does a follower of Jesus look like? Pastor Chris Willett takes us to Matthew 4:18-22 to find out.
The apostle Stephen is a hero of our faith, unashamed and brave to share his faith with all, including those would would rather see him dead. Stephen was one of the first apostles arrested, and his ministry was very short on this earth. Pastor Chris Willett shares the story of Stephen in Acts 7:6-17. Preaching to the rulers who arrested him for his faith, Stephen shares a message of Christ, going back to Old Testament scripture.
The Bible is full of timeless and eternal absolute truths. Today Pastor Chris Willett discusses the moral absolute of sowing and reaping. Focus verses Galatians 6:6-9.
All Christians experience times of doubt in their salvation. How can you be sure you are going to Heaven? Walking by faith isn’t always easy. Pastor Chris Willett takes us through Matthew 11:1-6 to find a message of comfort and hope during times of discouragement.
Pastor Chris Willett continues through 2 Chronicles 20:1-19. As Christians, life sometimes doesn’t seem fair. But when we go through troubles and tribulations – having a right relationship with God will carry us through.