If sin is a central concept for Christians, what do we believe about sin? Also, how do we communicate our beliefs about sin to those who are not believers?
Are we really sinners? Do we sin? If so, how does that sin affect us? What does it do to us? Are there really consequences both now and in eternity? What do we need to know?
When God presents us with extraordinary opportunities, how do we respond? Are there benefits or consequences with what we do, and what part does faith play?
We covered what it means to be a good father and husband, but what makes a marriage good? How do you have a happy and healthy marriage that honors God?
Are you the kind of Father that God wants you to be? What does a good dad look like? Can you avoid being a bad dad? How do you invest into your children?
Should a Christian feel different and out of place? Can being different be a good thing and if so how should it look? Is there ever a time when being different is bad?
Does the Bible provoke us? Does it intend to make us feel uncomfortable? Is it possible that the word of God demands change and our discomfort helps us get there?
What happens when we give to others generously? Should we be afraid to give? Are there Biblical principles that we can rely on that change our perspective?
When God calls us how do we respond? How do we listen for the voice of God? Find out more in this sermon by Bryan Ewing entitled, “His Call, My Response”.