The city of San Antonio is facing a crisis of leadership. This crisis of leadership was recently exposed when the San Antonio City Council voted against allowing Chick-Fil-A to conduct business in the San Antonio Airport.
In an unprecedented event, hundreds from San Antonio’s Jewish community, joined by Jewish leaders from throughout the US and Israel, celebrated and expressed appreciation for the past four decades of Pastor John and Diana Hagee’s ardent support for the state of Israel.
This Sunday morning, I'm going to continue the sermon series, "Power Struggle" and focus on the challenges that exist in our society between male and female roles and relationships. Many people want to consider the "Battle of the Sexes" to be a modern problem, but it began in Genesis. If you do not understand how God created you to function, you will constantly compete with your purpose rather than compliment those God wants you to share your life with.
This Sunday, I am going to begin a new sermon series, “Power Struggle.” The world that we live in is consumed by a constant struggle for power. We see it everywhere we look. Headlines are filled with political power struggles, power struggles for global supremacy economically, militarily and technologically. There isn’t one aspect of our culture or society where we are not engaged in some measure of a real struggle for power.
This Sunday morning is Communion Sunday and I will be speaking on the topic, "The Miracle Meal." While most know what communion is, few comprehend the rich spiritual significance of the Holy Communion and its miracle-working power.Read More
This Sunday morning, we will continue the sermon series, “Surviving the Coming Storm” with the sermon “The Storm of Self-Confidence.” Do you lack confidence in yourself? Do you lack confidence in your future? Do you lack confidence in your marriage?
This Sunday morning, we will continue the series of sermons, "Hearing God in the Storm" with the message of "Rejection and Resentment."Read More
This Sunday, we will conclude the sermon series, “Child’s Play” with the final sermon, “I Spy.” In this series, we have considered how the games we played as children have application in our spiritual lives.Read More
We live in a world that has placed a premium on options. We like having choices. We have convinced ourselves that the more options we’re given, the better we’re able to make a decision regarding what’s best for us. Our culture is consumed with the desire to seek out our own individual preferences and to have everything done our way. We want options...lots and lots of options, even if many of them are completely useless.Read More