Diagnosing Your Spiritual Health

We spend time diagnosing and improving our physical health. How do we know whether we are spiritually healthy? What can we do about it? Do you thirst for God? Are you growing in obedience to God's Word? Are you more loving and forgiving? Do you have a growing concern for the spiritual condition of others? Are you growing in generosity in your serving and giving? Are you learning to be content in every circumstance?

Are You Growing in Generosity, Serving and Giving?

May 25, 2014 | 2 Corinthians 9:6-15 | discipleship, generosity

Justin Norden continues our series, “Diagnosing Your Spiritual Health”, by helping us diagnose whether we are growing in generosity. Christian generosity is about more than money. We must trust God to supply our needs, be good stewards of God’s resources and then respond to Christ’s sacrifice for us by being generous on all occasions and growing in him.

Do you have a growing concern for the spiritual condition of others?

May 18, 2014 | Philemon 1:4-6 | discipleship, evangelism

When we come to Christ, we come for ourselves. We come needing for ourselves. But having received Him, He makes us see others. He makes us want to help others. Who are you concerned for today? Who do you know that needs Christ? Whose spiritual condition are you concerned for? In this sermon, Pastor Gary helps us diagnose whether we are appropriately concerned for the spiritual condition of others.

Are You Growing in Loving and Forgiving?

May 11, 2014 | 1 John 4:7-21 | discipleship, relationships

Pastor Gary Combs continued the sermon series “Diagnosing Your Spiritual Health” with this message from 1 John. This sermon discussed the importance of examining your spiritual heart. Does it beat with the love and forgiveness that comes from God? This sermon was preached on Mother’s Day.

Does God’s Word Have a Growing Influence in Your Life?

May 4, 2014 | 2 Timothy 3:14-17 | bible, discipleship

Pastor Gary Combs continues the sermon series entitled “Diagnosing Your Spiritual Health” with this message from 2 Timothy about the importance of knowing and following God’s Word. Three important diagnostic questions are asked in this sermon 1) Are you a serious student of God’s Word? 2) Are you an assured believer of God’s Word? and 3) Are you aligning your life with God’s Word?