This message is the introduction to the book of Ephesians, a study over the next 11-12 weeks. Culture slides towards moral and spiritual depravity as you have likely noticed. Faith in Jesus often leads to living countercultural. This calling is true in the present age as it was true for believers living in Ephesus at […]
Where is Kingwood going this coming year? What will the focus be as we seek to declare and demonstrate the gospel of Jesus? This message shares the focus of Kingwood Bible Church for 2020!
This final message from this Christmas series recounts the visit of the Magi to little Jesus. Who were these guys? What were the current events taking place around the time of their visit? What are the implications for us today? Listen in!
Devotional reflections were shared on words uttered by Zechariah found in Luke 1:67-79. His words bring to mind two patriarchal figures from the past, centering on God’s work in his life through John the Baptist and ultimately Jesus.
This fourth week of advent focuses on the state of being awestruck. In wisdom, God chose to announce the birth of a Savior first to a group of shepherds. Shepherds, who were often seen as societal outcasts, were filled with awe at the coming of Jesus! We too are invited to experience the awe of […]
Have you made plans only to find the plans change? Joseph had plans regarding his marriage to Mary. Those plans suddenly changed when he discovered she was pregnant. Likewise, his plans of divorcing her quickly changed when an angel appeared in a dream. Joseph responded with openness. His openness lead him to apply what he […]
This second week of advent focuses on Being Ready. The narrative of Mary is one of being willing to accept what God wants to do in our life. We look at how she surrendered her life to God’s will. God is calling us to be ready too. Listen in!
This first week of advent focuses on the word Faithful. The narrative of Zechariah and Elizabeth (parents to John the Baptist) is one of faithfulness. This account follows 400 years of God’s silence – no prophet spoke His behalf. Still Zechariah and Elizabeth remained faithful to the Lord, and the Lord remained faithful to His […]
If Jesus calls believers to be His witnesses (Acts 1:8), why do many feel as though they are the attorney? Being a witness means providing the evidence as the attorney directs. Who is the attorney and what is the evidence provided? Listen in!
Do you get uncomfortable when the Great Commission is read? Do you feel as though you are somehow not doing your part to obey the words of Jesus by “going”? This message examines what Jesus had in mind when He gave these words (Matthew 28:16-20). It’s a message for everyone, missionary or not!
When you encounter difficulty, do you run away from or towards God? The Sons of Korah remind us that God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble. (Psalm 46:1). Rather than running away from God when hardship comes, learn to hide in God. He is our refuge!
It likely seems un-American…it certainly is not natural…but the words conveyed in 2 Corinthians 12:1-10 is the truth just the same. Recognizing weakness is a sign of strength and something Paul went so far as to boast in! Listen in!