Grace Church of the Valley
Characteristics of a healthy church and healthy individual faith
The Baptism of Jesus
Pastor Randy continues through the book of Acts
What kind of God runs this world?
Jesus couldn't be any more clear: He's come to proclaim good news, free the oppressed, and make the blind see. And what was the response? Rejection! Didn't see that coming, but what can we learn from this rejection of Jesus and the good news?
Jeremy McMorris 2-5-23
Guest pastor Houston Tucker continues our series in the Gospel of Mark.
A sermon on Revelation 7:9-12.
Christians are implored to hold fast to their confession and draw near to His throne amid difficulty because they have a greater and eternal High Priest in Jesus. Therefore, our confidence is to be bolstered by the reality of Christ's priestly work, leading to greater and greater obedience to Him.
Changed behavior is the fruit of repentance; the root of repentance is a changed heart.
Grace, Grace, God's Grace
By the grace of God, keep Wrestling
To grow in Christian love, we need to grow in knowledge.
Sermon on the Mount | Matthew 6:5-15 | Chipper Flaniken
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Pastor Scott Ardavanis preaches a part two sermon from Ephesians 6 verse 17 on the helmet of salvation.توسط Scott Ardavanis
(Luke 11:29-36) Blinded to the Light
Bishop Robert Barron Friends, we are reading from the marvelous Sermon on the Mount in the Gospel of Matthew. This week, we hear Jesus compare his disciples to three things: the salt of the earth, the light of the world, and a city set on a mountain. What do all three of these things have in common? They do not exist for themselves; rather, they ex…
Scripture: Colossians 4:2-6. In this passage we learn to pray first and talk second.
Believers, commanded to love, have an undeniable example in Christ, and in obedience recieve an amazing promise.
One of the most encouraging and fortifying truths of Christianity is that God is sovereign. He has the power and right to do as he pleases. A right understanding of that doctrine has strengthened Christians for centuries and fueled some of the most risk-taking, global mission ventures in history. A wrong understanding of that doctrine has led to ap…