July 7, 2019 (John 1:1-18)

John opens his Gospel with a profound reality of the person of Christ; one who is eternal, distinct, and is God. This theme will be John’s purpose in writing, that we may believe in Jesus Christ the Son of God. We can know God through Jesus Christ. He has made him known!

June 23, 2019 (Ephesians 3:4-11)

The Gospel created the Church, but it also sustains it. Paul, in Ephesians 3 unpacks the implications of the Gospel, lived out in normal everyday life, show God’s wisdom. In other words, the Church makes the Gospel visible; it displays it in the world and beyond. This was God’s plan from the very beginning.

June 16, 2019 (Ruth 4:13-22)

The final scene of Ruth shows us that redemption extends to more than just Naomi and Ruth. The birth of a son connects to the Davidic reign which connects us to Jesus Christ. Through Him, all who call on his name will find redemption. The story of Ruth has immediate impact as well as eternal impact.

June 2, 2019 (Ruth 3:1-18)

Ruth 3 has often been clouded with speculation. Is there anyway that Ruth and Boaz didn’t engage in the inevitable? Yes! Both were righteous and Ruth needed a redeemer. What she would do to be redeemed could be costly, but it could reap great reward.

May 19, 2019 (Ruth 1:6-22)

A sermon delivered on Sunday May 19, 2019 at First Baptist Church of Eastwood. Ruth 1:6-22 encompasses the return of Naomi and Ruth to Bethlehem. The hand of God was. and continues to work as he is preparing to redeem Ruth and in-turn redeem Naomi. This story reminds us of the refuge we find in God under the wing of our redeemer Jesus Christ.

May 12, 2019 (Ruth 1:1-5)

The beginning of Ruth might be the most depressing text in the Bible. It starts with a famine and ends with the death of three people. The grief does not lift yet God is still working in the story. This is the beginning of the book of Ruth.