Sermons by Greg Ginion
Pastor Greg begins a teaching series in the gospel of Mark.
Pastor Greg teaches from Psalm 16.
Pastor Greg completes his study in Jonah 4.
Pastor Greg continues his teaching in Jonah 3:1-10.
Pastor Greg continues his teaching in Jonah 1:17-2:10.
Pastor Greg continues his teaching in the book of Jonah. He asks us: “What are we asleep to?”
Pastor Greg teaches from Jonah 1:1-4.
Pastor Greg compares his spiritual journey these past several months to the time when Jesus restored Peter which is in John 21:1-21.
Pastor Vince continues his teaching in 1 Samuel 28.
Pastor Greg teaches from Numbers 21:4-9 and John 3:9-15.
Pastor Greg teaches from Psalm 118 regarding Palm Sunday.
Pastor Greg teaches from Psalm 86. This is a prayer of David. It is a desperate, urgent prayer of need. “God not only hears our words, but He also hears our hearts.”
Pastor Greg teaches on God being our Peace – Jehovah Shalom.
Pastor Greg concludes his teaching of Psalm 139.
Pastor Greg teaches from Psalm 139:13-18.
Pastor Greg continues his teaching in Psalm 139.
Pastor Greg Ginion teaches from Psalm 139:1-6.
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.