Listed below are different sermon series from Pastor Kevin Williams. Sermons for each series are offered on Sermon Audio.
Most people in our society have heard of Jesus Christ. Some recognize Him as a historical figure, but they know very little about Him. For some, He was a famous leader, a gifted teacher, a sacrificial martyr, or a religious hero. Others don’t even think of Jesus as a person, to them He is more of a symbol; He represents hope and love. He is an example of the Golden Rule. He is whatever I need Him to be: a friend, a guide, a helper, a healer.
The Bible, however, presents the person and work of Jesus very clearly. We are not left to ourselves to wonder who He is or to shape Him according to our liking. Jesus lived for 33 years on this earth, and the apostle John has left us an accurate eye-witness account of His words and actions. The Gospel of John is more than an accurate history of Jesus; it is a message of good news for the whole world!
AW Tozer said, “What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us.” This is true because our view of God shapes how we see everything else. A person that doesn’t know the Creator will have a distorted view of creation. A society without a proper knowledge of God will be incapable of living in the way they were designed to live. And if a church surrenders a biblical view of God for something more popular, those people will be weak and spiritually ineffective. Your view sets your direction and determines your destiny.
On Sunday mornings this fall, we will be exploring what God’s Word reveals about Himself. There is nothing in all the world that should grab our attention above the God who made us and everything in it. “Let not the wise man glory in his wisdom, let not the mighty man glory in his might, nor let the rich man glory in his riches; but let him who glories glory in this, that he understands and knows Me, that I am the Lord, exercising lovingkindness, judgment, and righteousness in the earth. For in these I delight,” says the Lord (Jer 9:23-24).
There has never been a time in history where knowledge has been so easily accessible. Do you even remember what life was like before Google? The digital revolution of the last few decades has transformed our modern society into what is commonly called “the information age.” We have more information than ever before. But has that made us any wiser? Does all of this data help us to have more fulfilled lives?
What we need more than information and knowledge is wisdom, and that is what our society is seriously lacking. God has inspired an entire book designed to train us in wisdom. The Book of Proverbs teaches us how to apply God’s wisdom in everyday life. We are given guidance about our work, business, friendships, money, marriage, parenting, and much more.
There is much confusion today in our society’s understanding of history’s oldest institution. Many view marriage as a contractual agreement that can be easily broken. Some look at marriage as a confining prison. Others see it as completely unnecessary, believing that cohabitating and having children do not require marriage. As government courts continue to change the definition, some people are confused as to what marriage really is. You can walk into any bookstore and find a plethora of books that deal with marriage, divorce, and relationships; but how can you know what is right
In the midst of cultural confusion, we can gain a clear understanding of marriage from the Creator Himself. God has given us everything we need to know about marriage in His Word. These messages are for the whole family as we focus on our great God and His design for marriage.
Although we are studying ancient history, we will discover foundational truths that help us properly view God, the Scriptures, ourselves, and the world around us. Understanding God’s plan in the beginning will enable us to effectively live for Him in the present.