In this sermon, Pastor Geoff preaches on the narrative of the two and a half tribes returning home to the East Side of the Jordan River. The zeal for the LORD almost leads Israel into a full-blown internal war.
Look at how we can learn from this example of having a godly zeal for God. Yet we must be willing to make and maintain peace in God's community as well.
Matthew McDonnell open-air preaches at the Central West End Metrolink station in St. Louis, MO & heralds Psalm 103 and calls sinners to bless God & find true salvation only in Christ Jesus!
In this sermon, Pastor Geoff exposits through Joshua 20 â€” the cities of refuge that God designated for those who killed others unintentionally â€” and he shows how we are all guilty before God and in need of an ultimate refuge to save from God's wrath.
This refuge is found only in Jesus Christ.
"See Your Dead, Lifeless, Cold & Hellish Condition in Your Sin!"
Pastor Geoff exposits Psalm 38 and shows how to pray when suffering. What are some questions to ask so as to figure out if a sickness or trial has happened because of a sin? How do we kill sin? Who is the One who conquered all our sin and bore our burden?
Listen to Psalm 38.
"Divide the Land! 5 Lessons to Live Triumphantly!"
In this sermon, Pastor Geoff preaches Psalm 37 which tells us how to live a life trusting God while in the midst of a crooked & perverse generation — especially when the wicked seem to prosper.
How do we react? How do we live? What should we focus on? What does it mean to 'inherit the earth?'
Listen to & apply this sermon!
"How We Must Respond to the Supreme Court Rulings"
In this sermon, Pastor Geoff continues the exposition through the book of Joshua. In chapter 11, he shows how we can learn from God's Word how to respond to the seemingly impossible situations in life. It involves trusting God, relying on His promises, obeying Him, and persevering in faith.
Pastor Geoff continues to look at the qualifications for eldership in the local Church. In this brief devotional, he examines 2 more — an elder must be (1) able to teach and (2) not addicted to alcohol.
Pastor Geoff exposits Romans 15:17-33 and looks at Paul's missionary heart (which reflects God's missionary heart) so that we can learn how every single Christian should be actively involved in global outreach & missions.
Either we are sacrificially GOING, sacrificially SENDING, or disobedient.
Pastor Geoff preaches at the CFBC Retreat with the theme on being "In Christ." This session covers the believer's relationship with God and it specifically examines the topic of God's adoption of the believer.
"Responding to God's Great Provisions in Your Life"
In this sermon, Geoff exposits Psalm 34 and shows how the historical setting is the provision of God in sparing David's life while at Gath (1 Sam 21) and the psalm, thus, provides 4 ways to respond to God's great provisions.