In Romans 6:1-14, Paul challenges us to choose to walk in the newness of life rather than continuing to live and dwell in sin. We have a choice to be “IN” this or “IN” that. This is sin and that is the newness of life. Today’s message is a powerful reminder by Pastor Marty that […]
In Psalm 56, the psalmist tells us that he is under attack, but in spite of the difficulties he had put his trust in God. In this message, Pastor Marty tells us about the things that scripture describes as a being “in God.”
The first and second Thessalonians, Paul introduces the epistle by addressing the saints that are “IN” God and “IN” Christ. In today’s message, Brother Marty talks about the power of the word “IN”. Being “IN” something changes things. The word “IN” may be small, but it changes things. Pastor Marty talks today about those things […]
In John 9 is a powerful story about a young man that was blind from birth. In this message, Brother Marty focuses on the young man’s experiences with the Pharisees. We learn that sometimes we will be challenged to stand for the truth even though we may have to stand alone.
In John 9 is a powerful story about a young man that was blind from birth. One of the first things we learn is that not all suffering is the direct result of a specific sin. Though sin always leads to some form of suffering, not all suffering is a result of sin. In this […]
Jesus Christ, himself, declared his work to be a finished work. This message makes that same declaration and then shows the lack of login in any other potential position. We rest in the finished work of Jesus Christ. He left nothing to chance, and he left nothing undone.
In today’s message, Pastor Marty talks about both the written/preached word and the living word. The focus is on the living word and how it differs from the written word in power and purpose.
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.
Did you know that the child of God that has not experienced regeneration looks by nature to be just as the children of wrath? The person who has yet to experience being born again has never been troubled by his sin. Listen as Brother Marty explains and proves these critical points using God’s Holy Word.
The Old Testament contains story after story that give us pictures of the person and work of Jesus Christ. In this message, Brother Marty uses the story of Isaac from the moment that God calls Abraham to offer his son as a sacrifice up to the point that Isaac is united with his bride as […]