In this sermon, Jim Anderson, one of our elders at GBC, looks at Jesus’ commandment in John 13 that we love one another just as Jesus has loved us. As Jesus is preparing his disciples for his departure from this earth through death, he lays down this “new” command of love — a love that […]
In this message, which is the first of two sermons from Hebrews 13:1-14, Pastor Kevin focuses our attention on the exhortations from the concluding chapter in the book of Hebrews. From this message, you will learn about the first 3 of 5 priorities that the writer of Hebrews is reminding us of as Christians — […]
In this sermon, Pastor Kevin reminds us that God, whom we are told “has spoken” (Hebrews 1:1-2) earlier in the letter, now at the end of the letter “is speaking” (Hebrews 12:25-29). What He has said to us, through His Son, is God’s final word to the world. As this passage reveals to us, how we respond […]
In this sermon, Jim Anderson looks at Luke 18:9-14 and the doctrine of justification by faith alone.
During the Christmas season, most plays and Church programs we attend typically end the Christmas story around Luke 2:20. From Luke’s account, he reminds us of Mary & Joseph, Jesus being placed in a manger, and the shepherds and angels rejoicing that the Savior has been born. But the Christmas story doesn’t end in Luke […]
In this sermon, Pastor Kevin helps us see why the writer of Hebrews used two mountains — Mount Sinai and Mount Zion — to contrast the differences between the Old and the New Covenant. These two mountains are ultimately a contrast and comparison of what a person experiences when they are confronted with God’s Law […]
In this sermon, Steve Townsend looks at the story of Zacharias in Luke 1:5-79 and the transition of Zacharias from a speechless priest to a spirit-filled prophet.
In this sermon, Pastor Kevin shows us how important it is for us to see the connection of this passage to the previous verses in Hebrews 12:1-11. In the previous verses, the writer tell us, individually, to run the race looking to Jesus as God individually disciplines us and trains us for this race. But […]
In this 2017 Thanksgiving message, Pastor Kevin directs our attention to Psalm 69 as he focuses on the topic of Gratitude. Whereas ingratitude and a lack of thankfulness define a lost culture, gratitude and thankfulness are one thing that the Scriptures use to define God’s people. As you will learn from this Psalm, when God’s […]
In this sermon, Pastor Zack concludes our study of Colossians 2:8-15 by looking at our complete forgiveness in Christ as being the final reason that we should be able to stand firm against false teachers and false teaching. In these few verses, we see God teach us that we, who were dead and debtors, God […]