In todays message, Elder Marty Hoskins reminds us that though this world will give us tribulation, Jesus has overcome the world. Since Jesus has overcome the world, he has made us overcomers as well.
In this message, Brother Marty deals with one of the most quoted and well known verses in God’s Holy word, John 3:16. This message examines the context of this scripture and attempts to explain the true meaning of the text.
The Mark account of the rich young ruler, we are told that Jesus loved him. This love is important to the narrative and the interpretation of the events that unfold between this young man and Jesus. Brother Marty uses the story of the rich young ruler to teach us about election and God’s love for […]
Hebrews 6:18-20 tells us that we have a hope that is steadfast. This hope is an anchor of the soul. In this message, Brother Marty addresses some things that are “IN” hope. This message is a powerful reminder that we do not hope that we are saved, but rather we have a hope and that […]
King Nebuchadnezzar, though referred to as God’s servant, was certainly caught up in the sin of pride. In this message on Daniel chapter 4, Pastor Marty discusses the lessons we can learn from Nebuchadnezzar’s esperience.
In today’s message, Pastor Marty uses the story of the three Hebrew children and the fiery furnace to demonstrate that we have a God that is able to deliver. This message will take you on a journey in an attempt to get you to put yourself in the story and feel what these three young […]
Brother Vince Hardy addresses the issue of peer pressure and how it affects behavior. He then looks at several examples of those that were influenced by their fear of not going along with others and then examples of those that stood in the face of opposition.
Central to the Christian faith is the message that Jesus came in the flesh and that he came to save. In today’s message, Brother Marty presents scripture to encourage us that no only has Jesus come, but he came to save his people.
When the Three Hebrew Children answered the king, they demonstrated that they were not afraid of the threats of the world around them against their faith. Brother Marty addresses the concept of fear within this message, particularly focusing on what the Three Hebrew Children had in their lives that helped them deal with their fears.
In today’s sermon, Pastor Marty takes scripture that we are all familiar with, the story of David and Goliath, and gives us five truths to live by. This message will give you confidence, strength and assurance for living your daily life.