Pastor Geoff preaches the gospel at a Senior Living facility in St Louis, MO as he preaches Psalm 92 to the elderly and shows how even in old age men and woman can be like fruitful, prosperous, vibrant, strong trees.
Pastor Geoff preaches at the Senior Living Home in Ellisville, MO and preaches on the Tax Collector and the Pharisee and the parable Jesus tells of these two men going up to the Temple to pray.
One is the self-righteous man -- the Pharisee -- who praises himself all throughout his prayer. He dies in his futile self-exaltation and is humbled as he eternally goes to hell.
The other is the desperately humble man -- the tax-collector -- and he humbles himself and begs for God's mercy -- His propitiation -- so that he can be saved. He humbles himself and is exalted at death to enter heaven: all by God's grace!
"A Sermon for Children: Study God & Rejoice in His Character!"
Pastor Geoff preaches Philippians 4 and shows the children that they must study to know God and remember His great attributes, and then remember that this is THE very reason that they can always rejoice -- through any season and situation of life -- because God Himself never changes.
He is worthy of praise at all times.
"A Sermon for Children: True Happiness in Walking Closely With God!"
This sermon surveys all of Isaiah 6 -- God is HOLY HOLY HOLY.
1. SIGHT - Isaiah saw the LORD (1-4)
2. INSIGHT - Isaiah saw himself (5-7)
3. MISSION - Isaiah saw the need (8-12)
4. FAITH - Isaiah saw the hope (13b)
"A Simple Explanation/Defense of Street Preaching"
Pastor Geoff continues the exposition through the psalms at the CFBC prayer meetings on Wednesday nights. This psalm models for us how to pray in serious pain. Remarkably, David shows that having a God-centered perspective (='let God be magnified') provides the proper perspective in times of hardship.
True it is that prayer is the medicine for the soul.
Pastor Geoff exhorts the men to have an exclusive, sole, singular love for their wives. Every husband must have no competitors who steal his love away from his wife. He must have an exclusive and singular love for his bride alone!
In this message, Pastor Geoff preaches verse by verse through this summary paragraph in Mark's gospel. It is a transitional paragraph concluding Mark 2.1 - 3:6 focusing on "CONFLICT." And it also is preparing for the main pivot/turning point in the book (Mark 3.10-20 -- the public, official rejection: The blasphemy of the Spirit).
In this account, we see 4 things about your Savior:
1. Your Savior's MINISTRY
2. Your Savior's MERCY
3. Your Savior's AUTHORITY
4. Your Savior's IMPORTUNITY
Pastor Geoff preaches the gospel from 1 Kings 10 on the wisdom of Solomon & how Christ is greater than Solomon. He preaches on the streets of St Louis, MO during an afternoon rush-hour period.
Pastor Geoff teaches on the type of depression often called "a-typical depression" -- and he defines what it is and provides biblical help and counsel for Christians who really find themselves struggling greatly through these times in life.
In this message, pastor Geoff covers a very real and troubling topic so that we as believers will understand what the Bible says and that we will view this issue through the lens of Scripture with a biblical worldview.
Abortion is the murder of children -- the taking of human life.
in this message, Pastor Geoff defines what abortion is, shows why it's sinful, exhorts us to take action and gives many practical steps, and even shares how to conduct oneself and what to say while at the abortion mills calling out to the dads and moms.
Listen to this message and let us courageously stand for life and speak for those who have no voice.
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"Adoption: God Making Wretched Sinners into Welcomed Sons!"
Pastor Geoff preaches the gospel from Psalm 51 at the homeless shelter in downtown St Louis. He preaches Psalm 51 and shows how God's mercy is so great that even the worst of sinners can be forgiven:
1. Own your sin!
2. Confess your sin!
3. Turn from your sin!
4. Humble your heart!
May God grant forgiveness & grace to great sinners to magnify His greater grace!