Helping People Find and Follow Jesus
Helping People Find and Follow Jesus

Sermons by Greg Sidders (Page 5)

Advent, The Coming – Hope

If you’re anything like me, you’re susceptible to allowing the busyness of the Christmas season to eclipse the significance of it.
That’s why Advent matters. It’s a way to create space in our minds and hearts for the good news we hear every Christmas-that God has wrapped Himself in human flesh and come near to us.
To help you and your family really celebrate Christmas this year, I’d like to offer these two suggestions:

1. Begin using this Advent Calendar today to bring the spirit of Christmas into your home.
2. Watchour family-friendly Advent kickoff

Merry Christmas!

The Faith Factor

Imagine a world without tears. Revelation 21 gives us a vision of a future without pain or death–but how can we be sure it’s more than just a pipe dream? Because of what happened in the past. As we will see in Mark 5:21–6:6, Jesus conquered disease and death. As it was then, so it…

Time Lapse

Some of God’s most amazing miracles occur so slowly that you need time lapse photography to see them.

That’s why Mark 4:26-34 is such an encouraging passage. It gives us eyes to see what God is doing right now in and through us. I hope you’ll catch a glimpse of how God is working in your life as we study Mark’s Gospel.

Heart Check

Does the Bible ever confuse you?

Join the club. We’re all mystified at times by what God’s word says. But it’s what you do with your unanswered questions that reveals the health of your heart.

We’ll watch Jesus intentionally confuse people to expose their spiritual condition–and ours.

Recalculating

What is the one change you could make in your spiritual life that would make the biggest difference? We are going to study Mark 3:17-19, a passage in which everybody (even Jesus) changes, with nothing but great results. Whether you like change or dread it, I hope you will listen to this weeks message with…

Jesus vs. Religion

Some people have very few positive things to say about religion. Jesus was one of them.

What did He have against religion? Why were his most heated conflicts with the most religious people around? And how can we follow Him without becoming religious?

We’ll find out this Sunday at White Pine.

Who’s The Boss?

In your relationship with Jesus, who’s the boss? This Sunday at White Pine, we will be studying together a passage of Scripture (Mark 1:14-45) in which Jesus acts kind of, well, bossy. But this passage also teaches us things about Jesus that make His authority attractive rather than offensive. I hope you will listen to…

HE WAS ONE OF US

Which do you find harder to believe: that Jesus was 100% God or that He was 100% human? If both are true, then Jesus is not just worthy of adoration; He is also worthy of imitation. We are going to see how Jesus the Man faced the very same kind of temptations we face, because…

WHO WERE YOU EXPECTING?

Being a Christian is not about embracing a religion or affirming a creed. It’s not about conforming to a code or belonging to a club. No, being a Christian is about following a person–Jesus. So how well do you know Jesus? We are embarking on a quest to know Jesus as He really is, through…