God's Kingdom is like the mustard seed, which, though small when planted, grows into the largest garden tree, so that the birds come and perch in its branches.
Forgiveness is hard, says Tommy Hinson. But unconditional forgiveness is at the heart of the Kingdom of God. We must understand what that means to truly understand Jesus.
Tommy Hinson dissects the parables of the hidden treasure and the pearl then asks, "Who is the Kingdom of God for and what happens when we find it?"
Clay Morrison explains the key to sharing our faith like Jesus is seeing evangelism as an act of love. See the person, take risks, have conversation.
With the Supreme Court having just legalized same sex marriage, Tommy Hinson asks what it looks like to follow Jesus in this particular cultural moment, preaching on Matthew 19.
Tommy Hinson concludes the sermon series on 1 John.
Tommy Hinson explores how being children of God anchors us in reality.
Tommy Hinson talks παρρησία (parresia) prayer -- prayer with both boldness and humility.
Tommy Hinson explains Jesus' life is in itself a watertight argument for belief and examines conversion stories that undermine the idea that Christianity is a convenient religion.
This Pentecost, Tommy Hinson preaches holistic faith is victorious faith.
Dan Beilman discusses abiding in and relying on God's love and explores how our weaknesses and struggles put God on display.
Tommy Hinson explains it's possible to meet love, that love has a name — Jesus.
Tommy Hinson continues to preach from 1 John with emphasis on love and the source of love.
Dan Beilman discusses how we can test our faith and be certain that we know God.
Tommy Hinson talks condemnation.
This Easter, Tommy Hinson explains that a person lies at the heart of the Christian faith.