Sermons by Chuck Antone
Pastor Chuck discusses having a close and growing relationship with God.
Jesus came as our Savior, our Christ, and our Lord. Pastor Chuck discusses each of these three titles.
We experience good times and bad in life. It’s easy to get caught up in the day to day. But followers of Christ need to remember that this is not our home. Our mission while here and the promise of life in the hereafter should change our daily focus.
Sin can destroy every aspect of your life. But Jesus’ finished work on the cross is greater than the power of sin. He is able save you and cleanse you of all unrighteousness. But you have to ask Him.
Many believers are awaiting the Rapture of the church. Pastor Chuck explains what this is and when it might occur. He also encourages Christians to be strong in these trying times.
Christians are new in Jesus Christ. Old habits and ways of living should be in the past. What should the new life in Christ look like? Pastor Chuck delves into what God expects of those who call on Jesus as Savior and Lord.
What does a life of faith look like? Pastor Chuck delves into this, challenging us to put our full faith in Jesus Christ.
The focal verse is often used to speak of Jesus calling unbelievers to repentance. Pastor Chuck points out that Jesus also calls believers to repentance. When there’s broken fellowship with Jesus, that’s not because of Him. It’s the result of sin and pride in our lives. Is Jesus knocking on the door of your heart?
Christians shouldn’t look like everybody else. Our lives should demonstrate Christ, not the world. But as we lead a life that pleases Christ, we demonstrate His love for us and for others.
Jesus loves. Not only does He love, He loves, deeply and sacrificially. He will go to any length to bring back someone who has strayed.