Sermons by Mark Horn

What Pro-Life Must Be

It is the issue of our time. It tears us apart socially and politically — and it is a dark shadow over us spiritually. What is the way to light? How are we as a church and as believers to speak to an area of such hurt and such struggle, socially and personally? How can […]

Restored to Hope and Purpose

John, after asserting that the heavens and earth couldn’t contain all that there is to say about Jesus, wraps up his gospel with deep, personal pictures of restoration. We see Mary meeting Jesus at the tomb after she has been weeping, Thomas meeting Jesus after he has been doubting, and Peter meeting Jesus after he […]

Not Afraid of the Dark

The Bible clearly teaches the truth of Jesus’ resurrection. The tomb is empty — and Jesus is alive. As Christians, we know that. We believe it. And, in our darkest moments of fear and loneliness….it doesn’t seem like enough. In those times, we need more than bare facts. We need the reality of the person […]

Being Saturday People

What was it like for the disciples as they took Jesus’ body down from the cross, buried it, and then went home? What was going through their minds that long weekend as they huddled together in fear? While we know “more of the story” than they did — we often live in fear during times […]

God’s Final Word on Sin

It is in our nature to fight and kick against the very things we need from God. We done it through history — we do it still. In this morning’s time in the Word, consider the story of our rebellion and our running….and hear the invitation to finally rest in God’s final provision.

Behold the Man!

It is in our nature to fight and kick against the very things we need from God. We done it through history — we do it still. In this morning’s time in the Word, consider the story of our rebellion and our running….and hear the invitation to finally rest in God’s ultimate provision.

The Great Guilt

Guilt is the hardest stains in our lives to get rid of. Modern efforts include denying its very existence and stuffing it down into one construct or neurosis or another. Religious efforts include trying to be so good, or get so busy, that we outdo the guilt. But despite our denials or our efforts, our […]