Someone to forgive me.
March 11, 2012
by: Pastor John Stillman
Passage: Matthew 27:1-10
Series: Keys to the Kingdom pt. viii
Duration: 41:18
Judas Iscariot committed what may be the most spectacular sin in the history of the world – the betrayal of the only Son of God into sinful men. But, he was no different than any of us in needing someone to forgive him. In this message, Pastor John uses the remorse and destruction of Judas to show who we must go to when we need “someone to forgive me.”

TRIAL
March 04, 2012
by: Pastor John Stillman
Passage: Matthew 26:57-75
Series: Keys to the Kingdom pt. viii
Duration: 4700
We all face trials of various kinds that provide us with opportunities to give truthful witness about Jesus. In this message on Jesus' and Peter's trials in the early morning hours, we see that Jesus fails no one. He is faithful, even when we are not.

Making it Through the Dark Night of the Soul
February 26, 2012
by: Pastor John Stillman
Passage: Matthew 26:31-56
Series: Keys to the Kingdom pt. viii
Duration: 47:43
In the Garden of Gethsemane, Jesus endured His “dark night of the soul.” In that time, He turned to His Father in prayer. In the same way, we too will have difficult days and dark nights. In this message, Pastor John looks at Jesus’ example and how He instructs us to pray.

Spectacular Sins and the Sovereignty of God
February 19, 2012
by: Pastor John Stillman
Passage: Matthew 26:17-29
Series: Keys to the Kingdom pt. viii
Duration: 41:15
There have been some spectacular sins in the history of the world. But because of God’s sovereignty, we can say, “What you intended for evil, God used for good.” (Gen. 50:20) In this message, Pastor John examines spectacular sins – including our own – and how the Son of God demonstrates the Father’s spectacular, sovereign love for us.

Our Plans: God's Plans
February 12, 2012
by: Pastor John Stillman
Passage: Matthew 26:1-16
Series: Keys to the Kingdom pt. viii
Duration: 50:55
Life brings hurts when it doesn’t go according to our plan. But when we realize that Jesus has a plan – and that it’s a good plan - then we just might be able to see something beautiful in it. In this message, Pastor John looks at Jesus’ plan and how some choose to follow His plan and be honored, or their own plan and face condemnation.