Sermons on Romans

Sermons on Romans

More Than Wishing

The kind of hope that God provides is way more than a wish. It’s not like throwing a quarter in a fountain and blindly fantasizing about things. God’s hope is never-ending and solid. It is a sure thing. Key Text: Romans 5:3-5 NLT

Freedom to Love

Today, Rev. Jamie Ellis shares on the “Freedom to Love” one another as God motivates us and leads us to reach out and embrace others even when there are differences.

“Being Saved” is More About Today than Tomorrow

Salvation is more about today than tomorrow; it is more about life than death. What are you doing with the salvation offered to you by Jesus Christ right now? As many people are considering their own mortality maybe because of a pandemic, consider God’s incredible love for you today. Key Texts: Romans 8:15-17 (CEB)

Let’s Make Sure To Be Loving First And Always

Love is the essential quality of what it means to be a follower of Jesus. We should love first and always. We invite you to continue our Essential Truth theme as we unpack what this essential characteristic of love looks like in reality. Key Text: Romans 13:8-10 NLT

Confession – Jesus is Lord

What does a Christian have to say or believe in order to be considered a Christian? There is one confession that cost even the earliest disciples their lives: “Jesus is Lord.” What does “Jesus is Lord” mean for us today? Key Scriptures: 1 Corinthians 12:3, Romans 10:9-10 (NIV)

Accepting Jesus and Other Ways to Experience God’s Grace

The grace of God is central to God’s nature. To experience God is to experience God’s grace. This grace is free, but it is not cheap. When we begin to follow Jesus, we respond to the grace of God that has already been offered to us. Join us as we are encouraged to consider the costly nature of God’s grace and how we should further respond to that grace. Key text: Romans 6:1-4, 10-11, 22-23 (ESV)

The Forgiven and Forgiving People Called, Church

While some think that the church should be the place where grace and perfection abound, the reality is that there is no perfect church. The church faces the same difficulties present in the world with one difference: the church is equipped to handle the difficulties of the world. Forgiveness is the cure for the infections of greed, anger, hate, and many more. Forgiveness is what should abound in the church as the people of God agree to show others the…