Sermons from 2020
Is there a right and wrong way to approach the Bible? In this message, Pastor Guy explores Paul’s exhortation to Timothy to discover the answer to this question.
God’s greatest gift to us is himself, manifested in Immanuel (God with us) who came to save us so we might be with him. In this message, Pastor Guy explores the meaning of Immanuel and its implications for our daily lives.
The bold proclamation of gospel truth (both in word and in deed) will stir up animosity and opposition from a Christ-rejecting world. The temptation to run away from real, substantive ministry is great. What is needed is men and women who will stay the course, cry the tears, pray the prayers, and…
In this message, Pastor Guy explores three illustrations given by Paul on how the Christian embraces hardship for the sake of the gospel.
We have been given the gospel as a precious treasure and therefore must entrust it to others who will do the same.
In this message from 2 Timothy 1:15-18, Pastor Guy looks at the two examples of people responding to suffering for the gospel. Phylegus and Hermogenes deserted Paul in his trials but Onesiphorus embraced being a mercy-giver. We too should encourage each other to hold fast the gospel, while we walk…
In this message, Pastor Guy explores the necessity for holding fast to the apostolic teaching and manner of life, while guarding the gospel by the power of the indwelling Spirit.
Suffering for the gospel does not lead to shame but confidence in God’s ability to save and secure till the final day.
Big Idea: Don’t be ashamed of the gospel but share in suffering for it through the power of God.
As Spirit-filled disciples, continually feed the gift of God in you and minister in the Spirit’s power, love and self-control.