Them
April 15, 2012
by: Pastor Ken Schultz
Passage: Matthew 28:18-20
Series: Keys to the Kingdom pt. ix
Duration: 43:50
"Them" the church exists for them. Jesus gave the great commission not as a suggestion. In today's message in Matthew 28:18-20, Pastor Ken shares Jesus' call to the church which is the you and I need to go and make disciples of all people on this planet. We go under the authority of Jesus who has all authority on Heaven and on Earth and he uses His authority to help us go!

Jesus Really Rose From Death
April 08, 2012
by: Pastor John Stillman
Passage: 1 Kings 28:1-15
Series: Keys to the Kingdom pt. ix
Duration: 42:43
No event in history has been more studied, scrutinized, and written about than the death and resurrection of Jesus. Today, we are invited by an angel from heaven to come and see – and believe –that the tomb is empty! That He is risen!

Christ Died for Our Sins
April 01, 2012
by: Pastor John Stillman
Passage: Matthew 27:45-61
Series: Keys to the Kingdom pt. ix
Duration: 48:02
Sacrificial acts of valor are uncommon. People typically don’t sacrifice their lives for others. When the Bible tells us that Jesus died for our sins, we are reminded that He sacrificed His life so that we could draw near to God with confidence.

Insulting God
March 25, 2012
by: Pastor John Stillman
Passage: Matthew 27:27-44
Series: Keys to the Kingdom pt. ix
Duration: 43:55
In Matthew's account of Jesus' suffering and crucifixion, he described in detail the shame against Jesus' person, and the pain inflicted on Jesus' body. In this message, Pastor John illustrates the many shameful insults hurled at the perfect Son of God and provides a warning of how we might, at some times, insult God even today. But God will forgive your insults against His Son if you repent and "kiss the Son."

Standing on the side of Truth
March 18, 2012
by: Pastor John Stillman
Passage: Matthew 27:11-26
Series: Keys to the Kingdom pt. ix
Duration: 46:54
Sometimes we are faced with the opportunity to speak for Jesus before strangers, people with problems and needs, people we don’t get along with, enemies, people that want to intimidate us, people of bad character. What do we do? Jesus came into that kind of environment and says, “This is why I have come – to testify to the truth."