Not Ashamed

We’ve all done things we’re ashamed of. Fortunately the gospel is a truth that we never have to be ashamed of.

When Paul wrote to the saints in Rome, he expressed his strong desire to visit them so that he might give them some spiritual gift. Everywhere he went, he brought the gift of God’s grace with him. Freely offered and freely received, the gospel has the power to change a person’s present and future. Though some may think the events that surrounded the crucifixion of Jesus might seem shameful, faith in Christ is nothing to be ashamed of. Learn why by listening to the message below…

The following is a message I shared at Vista Bible Chapel on August 13, 2017.

Follow along here: Romans 1:8-17

Manhood and Deity

Are you sold out to doing God’s will? Even at the expense of your own?

After Jesus grew up, he was baptized and then immediately sent into the wilderness to be tested and tempted by the Devil. Of course, he passed with flying colors, proving his Deity, and showing us how to say “no” to sin.

The following is a message I shared at Grace Bible Chapel on July 23, 2017.

Follow along here: Luke 3:21-4:13

1 Timothy Introduction (SERMON)

Though it was necessary for Paul to leave Timothy in Ephesus, he wrote two brief letters to help his “son in the faith” understand “…how people ought to conduct themselves in God’s household, which is the church of the living God, the pillar and foundation of the truth” (1 Timothy‬ ‭3:15‬b CSB‬‬).

The following is a message I shared at Buena Park Christian Fellowship on July 2, 2017.

Follow along here: 1 Timothy 1

Rabboni (Poem)

“Oh woman, tell us why you weep,
and why this tearful vigil keep.”

“They came and took my Lord away!
I don’t know where they’ve put Him.”

“Dear woman, tell Me why you weep.
Who is the Man for whom you seek?”

“If you have carried Him away,
I want to come and get Him!”

“Mary, it is I.”

“Rabboni!”

-Wills Osborn (6/17/2017)
Based on John 20:11-16