Sermons are listed by series beginning with the most recent.
Sermons that are not part of a series are listed in the comprehensive sermon list for each calendar year.
Gathering at a Place, Sent as a People
The New Testament uses numerous analogies to help us understand what the church is and how it works. These inbclude a bride, a body, a field, a building, a family and others. In this series, Pastor Ron helps us understand how to enjoy the benefits and fulfill the responsibilities of being part of "the church."
This is a comprehensive list of all of the sermons preached at New Life during the 2012 calendar year. It includes all of the sermons that were not part of a series. The numbered sermons are part of a series.
Messianic Prophecies of Isaiah
Hundreds of years before Jesus was born, the prophets foretold incredible details concerning the nature of his birth, life, death. These prophecies are one of the most important proofs that Jesus was who He claimed to be: the promised Messiah of Israel. In this series, Pastor Ron helps us not only to understand these propheies, but more importantly, what they teach us about who Jesus is and who He can be inour lives.
Tools of Love from the Apostle Paul
As the founder of many New Testament churches, the Apostle Paul gave a lot of counsel on relationships. In this series, Pastor Ron helps us understand Paul's instruction on how to experience love in our relationships.
New Life's Mission Statement
Hear Pastor Ron explain the three parts of our New Life mission statement, which incorporates the great commandment, the great commision, and the great community.
The Amazing Difference God Makes
For many years Pastor Ron has collected Scriptures where the conjunction "but" in the middle of the verse provides a tremendous contrast between life with and life without God. In this summer series, we explore several of those "buts" and discover the difference God makes in a life.
Bringing the Sermon on the Mount Down into Real Life
Most of us are familiar with "The Lord's Prayer," where Jesus prayed, "Thy Kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven." What would it be like if that really happened? In the Sermon on the Mount Jesus describes the quality of life in his kingdom. Since his is a kingdom "not of this world," it often operates in ways completely contrary to our natural inclinations. Join us in this series as we explore the Kingdom in real life.