SERMON ON THE MOUNT
January 04, 2015
In our first look at the Sermon on the Mount, Pastor Phil gives us a contextual overview of Matthew and talks about how Jesus fulfills the Law that He gives on the Mount.
January 11, 2015
Pastor Phil examines Jesus' teachings in the first 7 Beatitudes and explains how Christians are called to be humble.
January 18, 2015
In our third week of the Sermon on the Mount series, Pastor Phil explains that righteousness in Christ will lead to persecution.
January 25, 2015
This week we see how Jesus speaks as one with authority as he claims that he came to fulfill the Law. A true claim of divinity.
February 1, 2015
Pastor Phil examines righteous reactions to anger and the significance of reconciliation at a time where the scribes and Pharisees had twisted the Law to their own understanding.
February 8, 2015
We look at the second Law that Jesus came to fulfill and talk about the seriousness of the purity of ones heart.
February 15, 2015
Jesus' counter cultural words on divorce are discussed this week by Pastor Phil.
February 22, 2015
Pastor Phil unpacks Jesus words to his believers and how they are to be honest and trustworthy in His image.
March 01, 2015
We examine how Jesus tells his followers they are to go beyond what was required by the Romans. We also see that retaliation is not an option in living a Christ centered life.
March 08, 2015
We learn what Jesus means when he says to love our enemies and how to obtain perfection through Christ.
March 15, 2015
Ryder shares Jesus' words to his disciples about having the right heart behind their actions so they are not hypocritical.
March 22, 2015
The first of two weeks spent on what is commonly known as "the Lord's Prayer" but more accurately could be described as "the disciples prayer" as Jesus tells his disciples how to pray.
April 26, 2015
This week Phil explains...
May 17, 2015
How should Christians view the law? Should we follow the letter of the law in the strictest sense? In this message Ryder says that fulfilling the law is a matter of subjective interpretation in order to pursue the implicit purpose of the law.