Hello, My Name is...God
The initial chapters of Genesis aren't aiming to argue for the evidence of God. They aim to introduce Him. This sermon reveals and rejoices in four aspects of the Divine One found in the Bible's first two verses.
Made to Flourish
Genesis 2 zooms in to the Garden of Eden to portray God's original design for His relationship with humanity. With the aim of abundant blessing God makes, provides for, and commands mankind. We "look on" and find deep truths that our souls need for daily living.
Sin's Crash and God's Hope-full Hate
The second half of Genesis 3 unpacks the tragic consequences of the rebellious choice made by Adam and Eve. It also answers our aching question, "Why is our world the way it is?" Through the text God stirs us to hate sin and have hope in His curse-reversing grace.
That Time When God Created Everything
Bored with God? Or life? Get back to Genesis 1 where God speaks, the universe happens, and your soul gasps at the wonder of it all. From science to peanut butter to water, God's world is for your joy and His glory.
In Celebration of Marriage
The creation story reveals God as a stunning designer. But is His design for marriage and sexuality too out-of-touch to apply to modern man's longings for happiness? In this sermon given to children and adults we unfold and celebrate God's gift of marriage.
Cain and Abel's story reveals how deep sin resides in our hearts and how far it will take us. The story intends to haunt us and make us hungry for the future Savior.
Made By the King, Like the King, For the King.
Humanity is the grand finale of God's creation. In these verses Genesis emphasizes that we are made in God's image. Be encouraged by 4 ways that we are like God and superior to the rest of creation.
Did God Actually Say?
The fall of humanity began in the mind, with these thoughts; is God really good, is his provision sufficient, and am I satisfied with his sovereignty? The way we ask and answer these questions plays a crucial role in our ability to eagerly worship or rebel against our Creator.