In this Commitment Sunday sermon, we are challenged to ensure we are focused on godly things rather than on earthly, material and immaterial concerns.
This sermon on baptism of the Holy Spirit examines Jesus' baptism, encouraging us to ensure we are powered by the unending power of the Holy Spirit.
In this sermon about walking the talk, we are challenged to ensure we are living our lives as Jesus did. That's the acid test of discipleship.
In this sermon on practical holiness, we are reminded that Jesus calls The Salvation Army lives out its holiness in radical but concrete, practical ways.
In this sermon about taming the tongue, we are challenged to slow down and allow God's wisdom to speak through us to delight others.
In this sermon on Harvest day, we are encouraged to choose to be people who give life to others by producing godly fruit in our lives.
In this gratitude and generosity sermon, we recall a thankful heart is a cheerful heart; it always gives generously and cheerfully.
In this sermon on the importance of small groups, we are challenged to ensure we are in a community that engages our heads, our hearts and our hands.
In this sermon on Ephesians 4:17-32 we're reminded to continue renovating our minds by confessing our faith on a regular basis.
In this sermon on effective church leadership structure, we ask how many ministers there are in a Salvation Army corps or church. We are all ministers.