Sermons by Pastor Steve Sanchez
Have you given up praying for something or someone? Don’t! Jesus tells us to keep asking, keep seeking and keep knocking! This teaching from the Sermon on the Mount is only for those who are truly walking closely with God.
This message is full of helpful tips on how to judge others! You don’t want to miss it! And, please don’t judge pastor Steve’s preaching!
What is the difference between an Abolitionist and a pro-lifer? How can the pro-life cause actually get in the way of abolishing abortion altogether? This is a special Sanctity of Human Life Sunday message.
Over 6,200 people die every hour, 104 every minute, 2 every second; the vast majority of these people will end up in Hell for all eternity. What will you do? When you listen to “Deep in the Heart of Texas” in this message and clap four times, it will take away your smile.
What better message can there be than Jesus telling us not to worry? His words will provide much comfort for you in these troubled times.
In the State of Bible 2020 report they found that A majority of people think that our country would be worse off if people didn’t read the Bible A majority said that it contains everything we need to live a meaningful life We would know God’s will It will bring us closer to Him. That sounds like a cure-all, a miracle drug that will solve every problem, right? You’d think that a huge majority reads it regularly then? Wrong. When…
What if I told you, that from a Scriptural standpoint, everything you know about the Nativity scenes at Christmas are wrong? And, what if you learned that the truth is way more significant and poignant than any old myth or tradition? Be prepared to be moved. I was.
Martin Luther said that there are three conversions a person needs to experience when becoming a Christian: “The conversion of the head, the conversion of the heart, and the conversion of the pocketbook.” Have you experienced the last conversion yet?
I refuse to offer any description because it may prove highly offensive to some.
We should be thankful for all the material blessings we have in the world, but do we ever thank God for the many spiritual blessings we have through Christ? Peter lists seven of them.