This sermon focuses on the apostle Paul and the letters he wrote to the churches in the New Testament. It examines Paul’s focus on the man Jesus and how the message that was spread became a movement.
This sermon is about “The Lord’s Day and the Lord’s Supper in the Shape of the New Testament.” This is another distinction we have in churches of Christ: we believe eating the Lord’s Supper every Sunday is an important part of God’s plan for the church.
Last week we started looking at “Salvation in the Shape of the New Testament.” This sermon continues looking at this issue by noting how our belief that baptism is necessary for salvation was actually the unanimous belief of Christianity for its first 1,500 years. We’ll also see the connection in the New Testament between salvation […]
Robert Prater and Steve Parker reveal Crosstown’s Mission Statement.
Our call to follow Jesus is not a call to a life of ease, but to a battleground with an angry, powerful, and implacable foe. The enemy is strong, but He who is with us is stronger. “Armed for Battle” is a sermon series that focuses specifically on Ephesians 6:10-17. This is the quintessential passage on the armor of God and the weapons we have available for spiritual warfare. “Armed for Battle” will strengthen your understanding concerning spiritual warfare and how to apply these principles to our everyday lives.