Why Eve Sinned || Session 1

August 15th, 2018

Why do we sin and how can we fight it? In order to answer these questions, let's take a look at the very first sin ever committed. Let's look at Eve in the garden of Eden at the forbidden tree.  What we will find, in this first of four videos, is that the reason Eve sinned was because she stopped enjoying the garden. And the way she could have fought sin was not by saying, "No" to the temptation, but by saying, "Yes" to the goodness of the garden.

This is based on my new book "Rewire Your Heart." To learn more about our fight with sin and how to replace your desire for sin with desire for God, I invite you to order this new book here: http://a.co/2i0z9bq

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90-Second Sermon #16 || Jeremiah 31:11 || "A Hand Too Strong"

July 13th, 2017

There are three hands mentioned in this passage of Jeremiah. 1) God's hand coming to punish. 2) God's hand coming to save. 3) A hand that's too strong. How do all of these fit together and show us the Gospel? Here is my answer in 90 seconds.


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90-Second Sermon #15 || Jeremiah 30:21 || "Who Would Dare Approach?"

July 5th, 2017

Here is a special 90-Second Sermon shot while in CANADA. I address Jeremiah 30:21 and the amazing question God asks: "Who would dare of himself to approach me?" In answering this question we see a very real picture of our own inability and a very beautiful picture of the Gospel. 🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦

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90-Second Sermon #14 || Jeremiah 30:11 || "Immanuel. Jesus."

June 20th, 2017

Centuries before Jesus came, Jeremiah spoke of God's salvation. He said that a savior would come who would be "with us" to "save us." See how these two statements point us straight to Jesus.

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90-Second Sermon || Jeremiah 15:1 || "No Other Mediator"

June 20th, 2017

What if Moses tried to be the mediator for mankind? What about Samuel? Jeremiah? How would it play out? How is Jesus the only and better mediator? Here is my answer to the questions Jeremiah 15:1 brings in 90 seconds or less.

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