Sermons by Kylan Kracher
Kylan Kracher teaches through Romans chapter 10.
Kylan Kracher continues our summer verse-by-verse study of the Book of Romans.
Is money evil? How is a Christian to view it, to use it? Kylan Kracher addresses that question as he teaches on James 5:1-6.
James highlights that we should not act as the judge. Leave that up to Jesus, we should seek the Lord in all thing and encourage each other toward Jesus.
Are you allowing your mind to be conformed by the world? Allow God to transform you and renew you. Surrender your will to God’s will.
The hymn Christ-Hymn of Philippians 2 is masterfully honoring the humanity and deity of Christ. Paul paints Jesus at the highest peak of honor, placing his name above all creation; and shows this from the vantage point of the lowest points of humanity; emptied, humble and obedient.
The time of Elijah was very different than now, but humans are not so different. We need to know who God is and who we are. Ask God to help us identify our idols and take them to task.
Genesis 32 Hosea 12:2-6 Psalms 8 Taking a deep canonical reading of the story of Jacob wrestling with God, reveals some very intense concepts. Concepts of identity and reality that encourage us, as believers, today.
Acts 8:26-28Acts 8:29-31Acts 8:32-35Isaiah 53:1-12Romans 8:18-25Acts 8:36-40Acts 8:6-25
Philippians 3:7-11Philippians 3:12-14Philippians 3:12-16Philippians 3:16-21Philippians 4:1
2 Samuel 6:1-112 Samuel 6:12-192 Samuel 6:20-23 1 Chronicles 16:7-181 Chronicles 16:23-36
The Israelites were provided manna from heaven during their wandering. Likewise, we have been given bread from heaven; the bread of life. Today we explore what it means for Jesus to be the bread of life.