How is your prayer life? Are you discouraged? Are you not sure where to begin? In this week's sermon we look at Luke 18:1-8 and the parable of the persistent widow. Jesus told this parable to disciples in order to encourage them to always pray and not lose heart.
Luke 18:1-8 | The Persistent Widow | Pastor Mike Hyatt | 43:39
Jesus tells the story of a manager who is fired for wasting his bosses possessions. The twist in this story is that this incompetent manager turns out to be wise in how he uses money. Find out how disciples should view and use money in this week's sermon from Luke 16:1-13.
Luke 16:1-13 | The Dishonest Manager | Pastor Mike Hyatt | 41:48
This week we looked at the parable of the Wedding Feast and the Great Banquet. Make sure you don't miss out on the banquet Jesus offers.
Luke 14 | Wedding Feast & Great Banquet | Pastor Mike Hyatt | 49:43
The parable of the Good Samaritan is one of Jesus' most well known parables. In this week's sermon you will be challenged on how well you love your neighbor. You will also discover the one thing that can change your life and help you be obedient in this area.
Luke 10:25-37 | The Good Samaritan | Pastor Mike Hyatt | 40:00
If you are a gardener or have ever tried to plant something you know that the soil is important. Vegetables and flowers grow and are fruitful when planted in good soil.
The same is true with God's word and your heart. Your heart is like soil for God's Word to be planted in. In the Parable of the Soils (Luke 8:4-15) Jesus uses four types of soils to describe your heart and the way you respond to God's word. Find out which type of soil describes you.
Luke 8:1-21 | The Parable of the Soils | Pastor Mike Hyatt | 44:52