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Dr. Hinson’s message leads us through the 23rd Psalm. There are important contrasts to note between the pursuits of the psalmist and the world.
In this message based on Acts 3, Dr. Hinson calls for us to use Peter as an example of acting to show mercy and seizing the opportunity to be a witness of the Good News.
In this message based on Acts 4:32-35, Dr. Hinson focuses on the description of the early church found in this passage. The world is hungry to know how they can be one in heart and soul. And we have the answer!
In this Easter Sunday message, Dr. Hinson shares anew the news that Christ Is Risen! Based on Mark 8:31 and Mark 16:1-8.
For the second part of his Palm Sunday message, Dr. Hinson chooses to let the words of the Gospel of Mark tell the story on their own. This is Mark 14:1 through Mark 15:47 read in its entirety. At the close Dr. Hinson has a question for us all to consider this Holy Week.
For Palm Sunday Dr. Hinson divided his message into two parts. This first portion is based on Mark 11:1-11 and focuses on Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem.
As humans we struggle with the concept of “glory”. What is it exactly? In this message based on John 12: 20-33, Dr. Hinson leads us to consider the Glory of God by considering how Jesus was a reflection of His Father’s glory.
In this message based on John 3:14-21, Dr. Hinson shares the great news that there is a cure for the sickness of sin in our lives.
This message by Dr. Hinson explores Jesus’ “cleansing” the Temple as recorded in John 2:13-22.
In this message Dr. Hinson explores Jesus predicting His death as He shared with His disciples and His words about what it would mean for someone to be His disciple. Based on Mark 8:31-38.