Pastor Geoff preaches this psalm and shows what a true longing for God is like. How does one have such a zeal for the Lord and for the worship of His holy name? How can one increase in his yearning for Christ & His gospel? How can a believer prepare for heaven — a world of perfect, Christ-centered worship?
Listen to this psalm as the portrait of a satisfied worshiper in God is shown.
In this sermon, Pastor Geoff preaches on the birth narrative of John the Baptist. The faithfulness bleeds through this entire text. God fulfills His promises and His Word exactly as He said he would.
In this message, Pastor Geoff preaches on the last of the psalms written by Asaph. In this psalm, Israel found themselves surrounded by a host (at least 10) people groups/nations on all sides looking to annihilate them.
Asaph, on behalf of Israel, prayed and lamented the situation, asked God for help, and begged for God's great Name to be made known in the earth.
This is such a relevant psalm even for the times in which we live today.
In this message, Pastor Geoff shows that CFBC affirms and glories in biblical complementarianism — men and women are created equal and yet they have distinct and different roles and functions. Equal in creation/importance, different in roles and in functions.
Listen to this message which provides 12 reasons why CFBC affirms complementarianism in the home and in the church.
"Salvation in Christ Alone!" [& a Gospel Conversation]
Pastor Geoff preaches on the meeting of Mary and Elizabeth. Two women with two babies by miraculous conceptions meet together. Mary models tremendous zeal for God and confident faith in God. Elizabeth models humility in the Lord and a bold assertion that Jesus is Lord over her life.
Listen to this sermon & apply it to your life!
Blessed are those who hear the Word of God and do it.
In this audio-blog, Pastor Geoff concludes the 5-part series asking & answering the question: Is Same-Sex Attraction Sinful?
The Bible answers this question quite clearly and in this audio-blog, Pastor Geoff shows that same-sex attraction is sinful because Romans 1:27 and 2 Peter 2:8 shows that the desire for homosexual activity is in fact sinful.
Pastor Geoff continues the audio-blog series showing why same-sex attraction is in fact sinful.
Part 3, here, deals with the reason why it is sinful, namely, because the sin does not begin with the outward 'act' of homosexual behavior. Rather, the sin began long ago with unmortified, internal sins of the heart.
Listen to the Scriptures that help clarify this.
"Stand Amazed at the Grace of God! The Announcement of Jesus' Birth"