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First of a series of messages focused on stewardship. Based on various texts.
Often we trust in ourselves instead of putting our trust in God. In this message Dr. Hinson examines the parable of the Pharisee and the tax collector who went to the Temple to pray. Based on Luke 18: 9-14.
In this message Dr. Hinson uses Jesus’ encounter with the 10 lepers to examine the connection between faith and wellness. Based on Luke 17: 11-19.
This message asks that we consider the freedom that we have in Christ by considering our Freedom from, Freedom to, and Freedom with. Based on Galatians 5: 1, 13-14.
This message explores the parable of Jesus about the Rich Man and Lazarus. Where is God in the midst of this parable? He is there, seeking to redeem everyone. And that is still His desire today.
A message by Dr. Hinson based on Luke 16:1-13 that contains one of the most challenging to understand of Jesus’ parables. What does Jesus mean when He seems to commend the “shrewdness” of the manager?
Dr. Hinson’s message challenges us to look at our response to the repentance we have received from Christ. Are we as full of joy as those in Jesus’ parables about the lost sheep and the lost coin? Based on Luke 15:1-10.
Dr. Hinson’s message is based on the story of Jeremiah’s visit to the potter’s house and what he learned there. More importantly what can we learn there. One thing is certain: something is going to “shape” our lives. Are we going to let that be God? Based on Jeremiah 18:1-11.
Dr. Hinson’s message looks at Jesus’ teaching that upon first glance would seem to be a reminder of good manners when we are a guest at a meal. But, as is often true, this teaching from Luke 14 had a deeper meaning. What can we learn about the “heavenly banquet” that is to come from […]
This sermon is based on Isaiah 58: 9b-14. Dr. Hinson calls us to consider our response to the Light that God gives.