Archive for February, 2017

“Indelible Grace” pt1 – The Foundation of Biblical Ministry (2 Cor 4:1-18)

“Indelible Grace” pt1 – The Foundation of Biblical Ministry (2 Cor 4:1-18)

This week Pastor Steve encourages us from what he calls the most profound and comprehensive text on biblical ministry found in the N.T. – 2 Cor 4:1-18. The theme is: “Indelible Grace.” We hope this will cause you to strive to do biblical ministry in 2015!

“The Christians Bill of Rights” (living godly in a pagan society)

“The Christians Bill of Rights” (living godly in a pagan society)

In Augustine’s brilliant tome, “The City of God”, he depicts members of two societies: The City of God and The City of Man. Both are bound by God’s sovereignty; both are under the authority of His Word, but the two cities posses very different realities.

From the Pastor’s Study – the Importance of reading God’s Word every day!

From the Pastor’s Study – the Importance of reading God’s Word every day!

The importance of reading and studying God’s Word everyday can never be taken lightly. It is the life breath of any true believer in Jesus Christ! The leadership at The Cross are reading through the Bible this year. Join us in today’s reading: Genesis 43, Mark 13, Job 9, Romans 13.

The Battlefield of the Spiritual Mind, Revelation 9: 1-2

The Battlefield of the Spiritual Mind, Revelation 9: 1-2

May 26, 2013. Pastor Steve looks at the importance of how to fight the spiritual battles we face every day. Though God through Christ is victorious in all things, especially over the onslaughts of the enemy of our soul – Satan; there is still the ongoing warfare that exists still in this fallen world in which we live. Open your Bibles and be prepared to take a fresh look in Revelation 9:1-2 at the reality of this battle. We hope it will encourage you in your walk with the Lord!

The Glory of Christ in Imputation – Our Sin to Him, His Righteousness to Us!

The Glory of Christ in Imputation – Our Sin to Him, His Righteousness to Us!

For our sake He made Him to be sin who knew no sin, so that in Him we might become the righteousness of God. (2 Corinthians 5:21)