Sermon Series
  • 1. Part One: Why Study Romans (Romans 1:1-7)

    Contributed on Jan 9, 2022
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    Romans is the letter that changed the world. If we allow it to do it's work on us, we will be transformed.

    Good morning. Please open your Bibles to Romans, chapter 1. We are beginning a new series today. I want to preach through the book of Romans. There is a joke among pastors, whenever they hear that someone is going to start a series on Romans. They say whenever you start a series on Romans, you more

  • 2. The Obligation Of The Gospel (Romans 1:8-16)

    Contributed on Jan 16, 2022

    The gospel isn't just a gift we are given. It is a gift we are entrusted with.

    The Obligation of the Gospel Romans 1:8-17 Good morning. Please open your Bibles to Romans, chapter 1. I’d like you to imagine two scenarios with me as we start off this morning. First scenario: someone gives you a blender. Let’s say it’s a wedding shower, you’re about to get married, you’ve put more

  • 3. Part 3: The Power Of The Gospel And The Wrath Of God (Romans 1:16-25)

    Contributed on Jan 23, 2022

    The good news of the gospel is only good because of the bad news of our condition apart from God.

    Most of you guys know I cut my hand a few months ago. I was using a kitchen knife in a way that a kitchen knife wasn't designed to be used, and I nicked the base of my pinky. I went to Urgent Care, thinking I would just need a couple of stitches to stop the bleeding, and then I would be on my more

  • 4. The Heart Of The Missionary (Romans 15:14-21)

    Contributed on Jan 28, 2022

    As Paul wraps up this letter, he reminds the believers in Rome of what it means to take the gospel to the nations.

    Good morning. Please open your Bibles to Romans, chapter 15. I know we are jumping way ahead, and I don’t want you to think I’m giving up on Romans. I also don’t want you to think I am chickening out on dealing with the next part of Romans 1, where Paul deals with the issue of homosexuality. I more

  • 5. Does God Give Up On People? (Romans 1:24-32)

    Contributed on Feb 4, 2022
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    In this sermon, we are going to look at sexual sin, specifically homosexuality. But in Romans 1, this isn't the first sin, the last sin, or the worst sin on the list.

    Does God Give Up On People? Romans 1:24-32 Good morning. Please open your Bibles to Romans 1. We’ve been in a passage of the New Testament that is difficult for a lot of people to process. A few years ago, a campus ministry group at a large university in the United Kingdom printed the words of more

  • 6. You're The Man! (And So Am I)

    Contributed on Feb 10, 2022

    Romans 1 shows that bad people need Jesus. But Romans 2 shows that the so-called good people need Jesus, too.

    You’re the Man! (And So Am I) Romans 2:1-16 Good morning! Please open your Bibles to Romans 2. I know! You kind of feel like we are starting a brand new series, after five weeks in Romans 1. But actually, we are still in the first section of our outline of Romans. If you remember a few weeks ago, more

  • 7. Best. Job. Ever.

    Contributed on Mar 7, 2022

    After taking most of Romans 2 to explain that there is no distinction between Jew and Gentile, Paul throws a curve in Romans 3:1. Turns out, there is an advantage to being a Jew after all.

    Good morning! Please open your Bibles to Romans 3. I appreciate Lauren reading the Scripture passage for us earlier. You guys should be proud of Lauren. This year she is taking leadership in the State of Alabama as one of the emerging leaders identified by the Alabama WMU, and this past weekend more

  • 8. 9. The Grand Finale And The Great Turn (Romans 3:9-24)

    Contributed on Mar 14, 2022

    Paul concludes his section on the wrath of God, and then speaks two of the greatest words in Scripture: "BUT NOW"

    Today is an exciting day! We have been talking about the wrath of God for about nine weeks now. And it’s been HEAVY! And so today, as we follow our outline through the book of Romans, remember that the overall theme is established in Romans 1:16-17, especially verse 17 In the gospel, the more

  • 9. Coming To Terms (Romans 3:21-31)

    Contributed on Mar 22, 2022

    The second half of Romans 3 gives us a crash course in theological vocabulary, and the most important paragraph in the Bible.

    Good morning! Please turn to Romans 3. We are going to pick up where we left off last week. Last week we talked about the Grand Finale of Paul’s argument that no one is righteous before God. And I realize that it’s a hard thing for people to accept, that there’s nothing we can do to earn our more

  • 10. Justification By Faith: Two Examples

    Contributed on Mar 27, 2022

    Up to this point in Romans, Paul has been pretty academic and intellectual. But now, he puts skin on the truth that justification is by faith alone.

    One of my favorite movies is Steven Spielberg’s Catch Me If You Can. It’s the true story of a lifelong con man named Frank Abegnale who, over the course of his career posed as an airline pilot, a medical doctor, a lawyer, and a college professor, all the while passing millions of dollars in more

  • 11. The Why Of Easter (Romans5:1-11)

    Contributed on Apr 17, 2022

    The Gospels tell us the "what" of Easter. Movies like "The Passion" tell us the "how." But in Romans 5, the Apostle Paul tells us the why.

    Happy Easter! He is Risen, He has risen indeed. If you have your Bibles, please turn to Romans 5. You might be a little surprised to be back in Romans, but a kind of weird thing happened. I went back to Romans this week because I wanted to get a jump on next week’s sermon, since I’m going to be more

  • 12. Romans 6:15-23: Gotta Serve Somebody

    Contributed on Jun 27, 2022

    Freedom in Christ doesn't mean you have no master. It means you have a new master.

    Good morning! Please turn in your Bibles to Romans chapter 6. It’s been a minute since we have been in the book or Romans. But I wanted us to jump back in this Sunday, and I think God's timing on this is actually pretty amazing. You know, last week, on June 19th, we celebrated Father’s Day. more

  • 13. No Condemnation In Christ: Romans 8:1-4

    Contributed on Aug 1, 2022

    It's one of the most stunning truths of Scripture: We can and will face the consequences of our sin, but we will never face the punishment for our sin. Christ already has.

    Good morning! Please turn to Romans, Chapter 8. I am so excited to be turning to Romans, Chapter 8, and not Romans Chapter 7. We’ve been in the book of Romans since January. And maybe there are some of you that are getting maybe just a little tired of it. Certainly, when we were just hitting more