Jesus illustrates the blessings of repentance and the joy of the Father when a sinner repents. Hear from Luke 15 how the goodness of God leads us to repentance. Learn which of the two brothers you are and which you should be.
In Luke 11:14-26 we see how the religious leaders in Israel during Jesus day deny the Divine power of Jesus. They cross a line over which they will never return. This passage displays an unpardonable sin of rejecting the clear work of the Holy Spirit to convict a person of the divinity of Jesus. One will never be free from sin by denying the only power to save!
Many assume they will be admitted into the Kingdom, however, scripture is clear that many will miss it! Don’t let your own assumptions of the Kingdom of God cause you to not recognize it. In Luke 13 18-30 Jesus shows His followers that the Kingdom for which they long may not be theirs!
In this second part of the series Pastor Joel Henderson addresses the qualifications of church members. How does a person become a member of the church and specifically of Trinity Gospel Church? What does the Bible say about official church membership?
In this final part to the series Pastor Joel Henderson examines the Trinity Gospel Church Membership Covenant and its Biblical foundation. What is expected of church members in terms of their commitment? While this message does not cover the topic exhaustively, it does point out the calling and high commitment level each member should have.
In this message Pastor Joel Henderson examines the Biblical doctrine of Church Discipline. Not a popular topic by any means, it is perhaps the key to an effective and thriving church which maintains purity and restores erring brethren.
In this first part of a series on church membership, Pastor Joel Henderson discusses the question “Who’s in charge of the church?” Listen as we examine what the Bible says about church polity/governance.
Listen to this well known parable of the “Good Samaritan” in its original context. Was Jesus giving instructions on how we are to treat others or was there a much deeper reason for His telling this parable? Hear also how Mary and Martha learn to love God from their hearts.
On the Mount of Transfiguration Jesus was revealed in His glory. If we would continue to see Jesus in that light every day, we might experience His power in our lives moment by moment. Listen these truths expounded from Luke 9.
The disciples were faced with this question and Peter answered well. How would you answer? Who is Jesus? Your answer will affect your decisions to follow Him as well. If He is who He said He was, then He is worth giving our lives for!