Romans

Time is Short

It’s in our nature to want to be held, supported and loved. Even as infants, it’s easy to see we’re hard-wired that way. “It’s in our DNA.” In Romans 13:8-14, Paul reminds us how we ought to be there for one another even as God supports us. Click on the player below to listen to the sermon…

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The Christian and Goverment

Everyone would probably agree that government sometimes frustrates us. Sometimes government even seems at odds with what we personally think ethical and right. But does the government have a place in God’s plan and how we live? In Romans 13:1-7,  Paul provides some insight as to how Christians should respond to government and authority. Click the player…

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Kill 'em With Kindness

In a recent survey conducted by Esquire and NBC News, researchers found that 88% of all Americans are angry at least once per week. How does God want us to deal with anger and people in conflict with us? In today’s sermon from Romans 12:17-21, Pastor Ken Cavanagh directly shares how to deal with situations…

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Recipe for Relationships

In today’s presentation, Pastor Ken Cavanagh shares from Romans 12:9-16 and presents God’s recipe for great relationships. Do you have a relationship that could use more sweetening? Learn some great tips on how to relate and deal with other people as inspired by Paul’s letter in Romans.   Click on the player below to listen to…

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My Grateful Offering

In Romans, chapter 12, Paul writes to a multi-ethnic, cosmopolitan church filled with people of varied views and backgrounds. To this audience, he writes a letter trying to tell them what God want’s them to understand. How do you thank God for what he has done in your life? Is your mindset changing through the process? Find…

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Amazing God

At the end of Romans chapter 11 and entering 12, Paul transitions from an indepth theology and truth to application. We see Paul’s heart pour out who God is and what he’s done through Jesus.   Click the player below to listen to the sermon.

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God's Not Done With You Yet

In Paul’s time, the hard reality was that most of his peers and most Jews wanted nothing to do with Jesus. As a result, they failed to see God’s blessings foretold in the Old Testament and fulfilled through Jesus. For Christians today, it raises the question as to whether or not a person who follows…

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Getting in on God's Plan

In today’s presentation, Pastor Ken Cavanagh discusses the book of Romans, Chapter 10.  In context, the writer, Paul, wrestles with the reasons why most Jews of that time didn’t follow Jesus. In the broader sense, Pastor Ken discusses the human side of the equation and explores why people today don’t follow Jesus and how Paul’s letter applies…

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Heart-Breaking, Mind-Boggling Questions

In today’s presentation, Pastor Ken Cavanagh discusses the book of Romans, chapter 9.  In chapter 9, Paul expresses his anguish over the fact that many Jews of that time didn’t follow Jesus. How can the the mind-boggling questions and heart-break that Paul wrestled with then apply to Christians today? Click the player below to listen to the…

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Kevlar Questions About God's Great Love

In today’s presentation, Pastor Ken Cavanagh discusses the book of Romans, chapter 8 and focuses on the security Christians have once they know Jesus. Despite how truly messed up each of us are inside, God loves us and cares about our welfare. Find out why. Click the player below to listen to the sermon presentation.

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