Category Archives: Sermons: Hunter Quinn
What is a false prophet, and how do we recognize them? Are we bearing good fruit, or will Jesus say of us on the last day “I never knew you”? Intern Hunter Quinn concludes his series on the Sermon on … Continue reading
Intern Hunter Quinn reminds us of our need to live out a Christian life as set forth by Jesus, but not based on our own merit – rather, God hears us in our need and provides all we need to … Continue reading
Anxiety and worry are common among us all, but Jesus makes it clear that they have no place in the heart of the gospel believer. Intern Hunter Quinn continues his summer series in Matthew as we learn how our Father … Continue reading
Intern Hunter Quinn continues his series on the Sermon on the Mount with Jesus continuing to address heart issues, this time centered around judgment, how we treat those around us, and how we treat our own sin.
Intern Hunter Quinn continues his series in Matthew as Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount turns to address more issues of the human heart and what a holy heart truly treasures.
Intern Hunter Quinn continues his series in Matthew as Jesus teaches about fasting. Is there a place for fasting in a modern Christian’s life, or was it a mere ceremonial relic of the Old Testament? Are there Gospel implications to … Continue reading
Intern Hunter Quinn continues his series in Matthew as Jesus addresses prayer. In learning about the right (and wrong!) ways to pray and the purpose of prayer, we find assurance in the gospel of God’s continual faithfulness and mercy toward … Continue reading
As believers we are called to be generous, but generosity is not solely the act of giving – our motivations and how we give matters. Intern Hunter Quinn continues his series in Matthew as Jesus teaches us how we are … Continue reading
Intern Hunter Quinn continues his summer series on Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount with a reminder of how God expects us to treat our enemies. In realizing our duty to others, we simultaneously realize God’s abounding grace by the fact … Continue reading