Matthew 8:1-15. In Pastor Donovan’s last sermon at The Metro, he encourages us to love others because we are propelled by Jesus’ deep love for us.
Contentment can’t be bought. Paul shows us in Philippians 4:11-13 that contentment is a practice we learn as we grow deeper in our satisfaction of God and his goodness to us.
Genesis 11. As man multiplies on the earth, he rejects God’s command to fill the earth. The tower of Babel shows us God’s continued pursuit of His mission by confusing the languages and spreading men across the globe.
Proverbs 6:1-19: Financial responsibility, opportunity for work, and unity through the gospel are subjects covered in this text.
Proverbs 1:8-19: This text offers wisdom regarding violence.
In the Incarnation of Jesus, the Church is given a blueprint of sorts on how the people of God are to live on mission in their city. This sermon looks at the Incarnation and the example of the Early Church in Acts 2 to better understand how we are to love Jesus and love others.
Drawn from the Great Commission in Matthew 28, this sermon answers four questions about the mission of the Church and makes clear what that mission is: the proclamation of the Gospel.
To understand the mission of God’s people, we must first understand the mission of the Church. To properly understand the mission of the Church, we must understand the mission of God. This sermon takes a systematic approach to better understanding the biblical principles of God’s mission.
Anticipating Jesus’ return allows us to have hope as well as patience with one another.