Christian Sermons and Short Stories
We have found that reading about and listening to the God stories of those around us help strengthen our faith, therefore, we have chosen to share ours with you. These are just some of the amazing stories that we share about our journey this far with God.
Messages to Inspire
A Life Surrendered
What does a life surrendered look like? Mark walks through examples from Scripture and history then provides 5 characteristics and 4 principles for living a life surrendered.
Freedom in Forgiveness
From a look at the Parable of the Unforgiving Servant in Matthew 18:21-35, we learn what forgiveness is, the effect of unforgiveness, and how we can practically work through the process of forgiveness to the point of freedom.
Healing Requires Obedience
Mark and Dallas Henslee
Lessons from Jesus' healing at the pool of Bethesda as told in John 5:2-9. Healing requires a willingness to be obedient to the Lord regardless of the cost.
Tell Your God Stories
We all have stories. The best ones are about how God has worked in or through our lives. What God Stories do you have to tell?
All of us experience seasons or transitions in our lives; some we look forward to and others we manage the best we can. God uses seasons to train us; some are seasons of discipline, but I believe there are many more seasons that we encounter that serve as places of preparation, equipping, teaching, discipling, calling to action, encouragement, and even rest.
Walking As Children of God
Believers of Christ are children of God. As His children we should live our lives as imitators of God. In this message Mark looks at Ephesians 4:17-5:1 with insights and examples of how we are to walk as children of God.
Planning with the Holy Spirit
We make plans all of the time for the little and the big things in life. While sharing a portion of their life story, Mark draws from Paul’s experience in Acts 16:6-10 to gain insight of how we are to allow the Holy Spirit to adjust our plans.
A Perspective on Church Traditions
Why do we do what we do? We have a lot of things in the church that we do out of habit or just because that’s what we’ve always done. Mark challenges the church to know why it follows the practices as it does.