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The Gospel’s invitation is to anticipate the coming of the Lord and to pray for strength to escape the trials and to stand before the Lord. Based on Luke 21:25-36.
Based on John 18:33-37, Dr. Hinson leads through examining what the “reign of Christ” is and why we would need to give it special emphasis.
Based on Isaiah 53: 4-12 and Mark 10: 42-45, Dr. Hinson explores the idea that the life we have comes through the sacrifice that Christ made for us.
In this message Dr. Hinson leads us through what the Scriptures have to tell us about the wicked; from who they are, our responsibility in the face of wickedness, to consideration of what hope there is for the wicked. Psalm 146 and selected texts.
Dr. Hinson’s message explores Jesus’ teaching about goodness found in Mark 10:17-31.
This is Dr Hinson’s final message in this series on stewardship. Based on Psalm 96:8-9, this message explores the stewardship of our worshiping together as believers.
Often times we become concerned about whether we will, as a church, have the resources that are required to carry out the ministries of the church. In this message by Dr. Hinson we are reminded that as God’s people, we don’t need too much and God never gives too little. Based on Luke 22:35 and […]
In this second message regarding stewardship Dr. Hinson outlines Reasons, Requirements, and Rewards of Christian Stewardship.
This message is based on Genesis 1: 26-31a and Luke 12: 42-48 and is the first in a series on stewardship. As stewards of God’s creation, we have a relationship of responsibility and accountability. Dr. Hinson shares very challenging information regarding our task in being stewards in today’s world.
This message by Dr. Hinson is based on Mark 9: 30-37. In this passage, Jesus asks His disciples what they had been arguing about as they walked along the road. For us today, we often are arguing or discussing questions that are taking our attention off of who Jesus is calling us to be.