This is the sixth message in Andrew’s series on Ephesians titled “Fully Equipped” (Ephesians 6:1-24).
In this full length message, I thoroughly discuss one of the most controversial passages about judgment. I think you’ll find the truth to be, as always, very liberating and inspiring!
Really forgiven. Really righteous. Really sanctified. Learn how to get real and keep it real!
How can we recognize a counterfeit belief and distinguish it from the truth? In this brand-new series on 2 Peter called “Truly Knowing Him”, you’ll learn to identify wrong belief systems and separate them from the truth that sets us free.
Here’s part one of “Truly Knowing Him.”
The believer’s righteousness is the meat of the Gospel message.
Are we really as righteous as Jesus?
What does it mean to be righteous?
How is it more than just being “clothed” in Christ’s righteousness?
Here I discuss our righteousness from various angles, and this important message has the potential to both surprise and encourage you.
The Bible teaches us that there are two very different ways to “measure” ourselves and thus determine our value.
One way leads to comparisons, inferiority, and discouragement. The other way leads to real contentment and real joy.
In this full-length message, I address these two very different ways of seeking worth and meaning.
I hope this message is a reminder to you of your infinite value and of what is most important in life.
This is the eighth message in Andrew’s series on Romans titled “The Gift Of Righteousness” (Romans 7:1-25).
How are people in the Old Testament saved? Did Jesus teach the Law or grace? Do believers need to tithe? If we are no longer under the Law, what commands do we follow? How can sin dwell in me if God dwells in me? These questions and more are addressed in the second part of Andrew’s series “Questions about Freedom.”
In this message on 1 Peter 1:3-5, I discuss: Why the true meaning of “born again” will blow you away, why the Resurrection is actually what saves you, and why no one can ever mess with your heavenly inheritance.
Here I challenge the idea that Romans 7 is about a believer’s “two spiritual natures” at war with each other. I show what’s really going on – a force called sin is taking over like a parasite, a foreign agent. I discuss why this happens and how we can believe differently to experience victory over sin’s power.
Some claim that we need more and more forgiveness from Jesus as He washes us on a daily basis. Here I talk about this common misconception and the truth of our once for all cleansing.
One of the biggest revelations we can have as believers is that we are producers of nothing.
Yeah, you read that one right.
We were never designed to produce anything, spiritually speaking. Instead, we were handcrafted by our Creator to be receivers and reflectors of all that Christ is in and through us.
In this short video clip, I talk about what it means to be a receiver and a reflector of God’s love.
Forgiven! Freed! Made new! We covered so much in this interview on TBN’s “Praise the Lord.
Do true believers never sin? Some twist the meaning of 1 John 3 into the false idea that Christians never sin again.
Is “abiding” an in-and-out experience? Some see abiding in this way, and for them it can turn into a “work” of sorts.
In this full-length message, I address both concerns using a color-coded distinction between believers and deceivers.
To me, things become a whole lot clearer that way. See what you think!
This is the fifth message in Andrew’s series on Philippians titled “From Jail to Joy” (Philippians 3:16-4:23).
Have you ever wondered about the Day of Judgment? What is God’s practical answer to our everyday fear and anxiety? I address these questions and more in this 36-minute message on God’s perfect love. (1 John 4:15-19)
In the short video clip, I address whether God gets angry at Christians and whether or not we can please Him with our behavior.
Is Jesus the only way to God? How do we experience the love of God when our circumstances or feelings don’t seem to line up with the truth of His love?
Find out in this latest message in the series called “JESUS!”
Paul wrote that without the resurrection, our faith is pitiful and worthless. But why is the resurrection so important?
In this full-length message, I discuss why the resurrection was and is essential to our Christian faith and what it means for us personally.