Christian Crusaders' messages deliver and interpret God's Word in a clear manner. The glorious truths of the scriptural theme of these sermons will both challenge and bless the listener as it fills their life with healing and hope for now and eternity. More than five hundred messages given by three speakers are online. You can search by Key Word, Speaker, or Scripture in the drop-down boxes below.
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When the King Moves In
When the King Moves InWho would you say you most admire in this world? Imagine how that would be if the person you love and admire so much began to share daily life with you. The Bible says that Jesus is the King of kings who is the “persistent suitor”, coming to us again and again to knock on the door of our hearts, seeking access to our lives in order that he might bless us with His power. Does your life have room for a King Jesus? And what is the impact when King Jesus moves in?
Jesus Is: The Lamb
Jesus Is: The LambWhat do you do with your guilt and your regrets? John the Baptist points us to Jesus in response to that question, and he says “Look! The Lamb of God Who takes away the sin of the world!” We’ve been doing a series, “Jesus Is”. This is the second message in the series and here we learn that Jesus Is: the Lamb of God.
Jesus Is: God’s Son, the Servant King
Jesus Is: God’s Son, the Servant KingHow would you finish the statement: “Jesus is...”? For the next few weeks we're going to let scripture fill in that blank for us with a variety of truths about Jesus regarding His character, His purpose, and His vision for our lives. Today we begin at the baptism of Jesus.
Have a Happy New Year With Jesus
Have a Happy New Year With JesusYou know, each new year I can't help but stop and wonder about what the next year will bring to me and to this world. Maybe you do that as well. For some, in looking ahead, that can be troubling. There can be some anxious and pessimistic concerns. For some people, they can't help but notice there are so many things wrong in this world. Well, I believe that you will find the John's statements in his gospel more than helpful to hold onto as you step into 2020. They contain some very good news for you and me!
The King’s Return
The King’s ReturnI want to remind you today that the same Jesus whose birth we celebrate was born to be our Savior, has promised to return for us someday. Someday the King Jesus Christ will return to establish His kingdom forever. The first time, Jesus was born in humility and vulnerability; a little infant, powerless, lying in the manger. He was born to die on a cross to be our redeemer. But the second coming of Jesus Christ… He will come with power and great glory and every eye will see him! He’ll come in victory and triumph.
He Will Rescue You
He Will Rescue YouFor some, the Christmas story is meant for children to re-enact in a pageant, cute and charming, but nothing more. Others view it as a legend of sorts not to be taken seriously. Others listen with a sympathetic ear about a poor couple forced to leave home by an oppressive government. But for the believer in Jesus Christ, the Christmas story is so much more! It is a rescue story.
A Blessed Promise to Hang Onto
A Blessed Promise to Hang OntoWe all experience second thoughts from time to time. It’s not unusual to occasionally doubt our beliefs and decisions. But have you ever had second thoughts about Jesus? Let's learn from a man in our message what we should do when doubting and fear happens.
A Promising Future
A Promising FutureDid you know that what we believe about our future controls how we experience our present? We are irreducibly hope-based creatures. What is your outlook on the future these days? Is it hopeful? Is it based on a solid foundation? Today's Bible text is about having a hopeful future.
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