Sermons from Romans

Getting a Broken Heart for People

Date: March 8, 2009 | Speaker:

Even with 20/20 vision, it is still possible to not “see” people like we really need to see them. How would it change our lives, our churches, and our communities if we could truly see people through the eyes of Jesus and have compassion for them like He did? This message challenges us to have eyes that see, a heart that breaks, and hands that reach.

The Father’s Love

Date: June 15, 2008 | Speaker:

We all have different memories of our father… for some people, those memories bring great joy. For others, they bring tremendous pain. But even though none of our earthly fathers were perfect, we have a heavenly Father who loves us with an everlasting love, regardless of who we are. Do you know this Father’s love?

Why Should I Believe in God?

Date: March 16, 2008 | Speaker:

How can we know God really exists? We’ve never seen Him or talked to Him in person, so what evidence is there for us to know that He is real? In this message we will explore a number of solid reasons to believe in God, including 1) the evidence of intelligent design in the universe–creation vs. evolution, 2) the universal sense of right and wrong, and 3) the universal need to worship.

A God Worth Trusting

Date: January 13, 2008 | Speaker:

As we go through life, we all experience what it’s like to have our trust broken — in relationships, in business deals, through false advertising — and the list goes on. We quickly learn that trust is a very fragile thing that is as easily broken as a spider’s web. All those experiences teach us to become cautious, even skeptical of others. And then along comes God, and the very first thing He asks us to do is to put our trust in Him! But how can we know for sure that God is worth trusting; that He won’t let us down like others have?