Sermons by Greg Ginion
We take a break this week from Revelation as Pastor Greg is at the pulpit and teaches from Habakkuk. The first chapter can mirror what many of us are thinking today: “God, do you not see what is going on? Are you going to do anything about it?” Pastor Greg encourages us to do what Habakkuk did. Bring your complaints to God. Share what is troubling you. Spend time alone with Him. Ask Him to speak to you. Then prepare…
Pastor Greg teaches from Colossians 3:1-17 with a message that God has been speaking to his own heart as he has been struggling with angst, sadness and even anger in the midst of the difficult current circumstances of our world. What are we do to when we feel these things? How do we handle them? Take a little time to listen and be encouraged.
Pastor Greg teaches from Ruth chapter 4 and describes how Boaz becomes Ruth’s redeemer and what a perfect example it is of how Jesus has offered to redeem us. Are you in a place where you are far from God and have no hope for your present circumstances or your future? Will you ask Jesus to redeem, restore and renew you? He is patiently waiting for you to turn to Him and ask.
With all the things going on in the world, it can make us feel like our head is going to explode. So many problems. So much sadness and difficulty. This world is on a certain path…a path that will lead to destruction. And we wonder if there is another path? Pastor Greg teaches from Isaiah where another path is described – a way of holiness.
This Father’s Day, Pastor Greg teaches on the power of a father’s voice to his children. He teaches about the three distinct times where God the Father spoke out loud from Heaven during Jesus’ ministry. Do you know when these three powerful moments were?Pastor Greg then asks us if we want to hear God the Father’s voice in our lives. How can we hear Him? Take some time to listen to today’s message.
Join us in today’s service where Pastor Greg encourages not just moms but all of us as he shares of the faith and obedience of Jesus’ mother, Mary.
This week, Pastor Greg continues his study in the book of Ruth, picking up in chapter 3. He teaches on a surprising and almost scandalous act that Ruth performs towards Boaz. Yet, how Boaz responds to Ruth is a picture of how God responds and provides for us.
Pastor Greg continues his teaching in Ruth this week. While Ruth is not a traditional Christmas passage, it does take place in Bethlehem. Pastor Greg points out that “if we don’t have this story in Bethlehem, we don’t have the other story in Bethlehem that we are very familiar with.” Why is the title of this sermon “Handfuls of Purpose?” Listen in to find out.
This week, Pastor Greg begins teaching from the book of Ruth. He shares that it is a book of redemption, revival and restoration. “Are you someone who wonders where God is when tragedy after tragedy attacks your faith? The book of Ruth is for you. Are you someone who can’t imagine that God can do something extraordinary or significant with your ordinary life of faith, the book of Ruth is for you.” Ruth 1:1-22
When you are feeling attacked or overwhelmed with your circumstances, what is your response? Where do you run to? What do you focus on? This week, Pastor Greg teaches from 2 Chronicles 20 where several armies are closing in on Judah and shares what the response of their king is. “How determined am I to seek the Lord when the armies are closing in on me?” 2 Chronicles 20:1-30
How is your worship? When our eyes are on ourselves, it prevents us to worship freely. This week, Pastor Greg teaches from Psalm 103 and encourages us in our worship of God by remembering three things: Remember what God has done – Remember what He has not done – Remember who we are in Him.
Pastor Greg completes his study of 1 John by encouraging us to know that if we walk in light, and if we walk in love, then we will walk in life. 1 John 5:6-11
Pastor Greg continues his message in 1 John and shares what are three characteristics of an overcomer. “This is the victory that has overcome the world – our faith.”
Pastor Greg is teaching this week and is continuing his study through 1 John. He shares how we can allow God’s love to be perfected in us and challenges us to allow the love to God to shape who we are (our identity) and to then let it flow through us to love others.
Pastor Greg teaches from 1 John 4 and asks the question: “Do you know who you are? Most of us have an identity issue – we don’t really know who we are in Christ.” 1 John 4
Watch a video from Pastor Greg’s sermon on Memorial Day weekend as he taught from 1 John 4.
“Love is the mark of the believer.” “The essence of the agape love is in the giving.” “We all know John 3:16 but we should all also know 1 John 3:16.” Above are just a few quotes from Pastor Greg’s sermon this week. Take some time to listen or watch his message. Also take a moment to look up 1 John 3:16.