Pastor Greg Lynch – An exposition of Psalm 66 (incl. supplemental passages)
– As Pastor Greg Lynch revisits Psalm 66, we get a look at the various responsibilities of the congregation when it comes to the advancement of the Gospel, and we are charged to remember our duty to pray, give, make good on oaths, and others.
Pastor Greg Lynch – An exposition of Psalm 24 (incl. supplemental passages)
– Continuing to study the Psalms brings us to Psalm 24, which reveals a treatise for anyone who claims to be a worshiper of the Lord, as Pastor Greg Lynch provides a deep look at this Psalm and gives us a scriptural standard for worshiping the King of Glory.
Pastor Greg Lynch – An exposition of Psalm 22:21-31
– The first part of Psalm 22 is a parallel between a struggle David is facing, and what Christ faced during the crucifixion. The second half of Psalm 22, however, takes on a completely different perspective. Our interim pastor, Greg Lynch, takes us through the remainder of Psalm 22 and shows us how it relates to future glory when all people will praise the Lord.
Pastor Greg Lynch – An exposition of Psalm 22 (incl. supplemental passages)
– In his latest expositional sermon in Psalms, Pastor Greg Lynch takes us to Psalm 22 and shows us how David’s struggle when he wrote the Psalm relates and compares to Christ’s struggle during the crucifixion.
WARNING: Portions of this sermon contain graphic content relating to the description of the process and effects of crucifixion. Listener discretion is advised.
Guest Speaker: Pastor Matt Tarr – An exposition of 2 Timothy 2:8-13
– In a continuing exposition of the second chapter of Paul’s Second Letter to Timothy, Pastor Matt Tarr offers encouragement and also a challenge to keep our hand to the plow and endure whatever trials and troubles may come for the sake of remaining true to the ministry that glorifies God.
Guest Speaker: Pastor Matt Tarr – An exposition of 2 Timothy 2:1-7
– Be strong. It is an imperative to every Christian that we do not lose strength in our faith and that we do not compromise in the name of pragmatism. We are therefore encouraged by Pastor Matt Tarr, a guest speaker from Grace Advance, to always remain strong and unwavering as we are commanded in Paul’s second pastoral epistle to Timothy.