In this sermon, Pastor Michael Halcomb explores Gen 8. In particular, he considers the theme of "waiting," eventually asking, "What does it mean to 'wait' on God?" What does that look like? How does it happen? If you've ever wondered, listen in. You'll also find out some cool stuff about the flood, the ark, and connections back to Gen 1-2.
In this sermon, Pastor and Dr. Michael Halcomb explores Gen 7:1-24. He ponders the question: What is life's worst regret? What does the story of the flood & Noah's ark have to say about the matter? And how do we truly live as God's people in God's story in a world of facades, mirages, and illusions? Listen in.
In this sermon, Pastor Michael Halcomb explores Gen 6:1-22. He considers the identity of the Nephilim, what it means for God to grieve, and challenges listeners to open up to emotional transformation. Along the way, he defines important theological terms that help us understand concepts such as Sin, Wrath, Judgment, Favor, and Blamelessness. Here's your invitation to a hearty Scriptural feast. Listen in and give the Spirit more to work with.
In this sermon, Dr. and Pastor T. Michael W. Halcomb explores Gen 5 ask: What do we make of the lengthy years of living? What's up with Enoch being "taken"? Where did Enoch go? What does it mean to "walk" with God? Tune in and, among other things, hear some great thoughts on these matters.
In this sermon, Pastor T. Michael W. Halcomb turns to Gen 4 and mines the "generational patterns" present in the text. They begin with Adam & Eve, are passed on to Cain (& Abel), and eventually make their way to Lamech...and us. Listen in and see what God's up to.
In this sermon, Pastor Michael Halcomb explores Gen 3:1-24. He suggests that sin, which he defines as "treason against God," is 1) often rooted in selfishness, and 2) is typically not conducted in isolation (that is, 1 sin is usually accompanied by others). So, what's the solution to treason which leads to separation? What's the solution to spiritual growth being stunted by sin and selfishness? Part of the answer seems to lie in "giving the Spirit more to work with." Listen in to learn more.
In this sermon, Pastor Michael Halcomb continues his exploration of Genesis. In particular, he looks closely at Gen 2:4-25 in light of the theme of "alignment." How do we align with God's world and worldview, his work, and his wants? Listen in.
In this sermon, Pastor Michael Halcomb begins a new series on Genesis. What genre is Genesis as a whole? And how do these opening verses fit in? What is the point of creation? Of life? And what does it mean to be made in God's image? This message explores these questions and more. Listen in.
In this Christmas Eve sermon, Pastor Michael Halcomb explores the significance of Mary in Jesus' lineage. How does her story affect Jesus'? Likewise, how does Joseph, and the scandal surrounding Mary's pregnancy, factor into everything? Listen to the final sermon on the women in Matthew's genealogy to find out.
In this sermon, Pastor Michael Halcomb zeroes-in on Bathsheba, described in Matthew's genealogy as "the wife of Uriah." Who is she? What's her story? And what's it got to do with Jesus...and us? Even more, what's it got to do with Christmas? Listen in to find out.
In this sermon, Dr. Michael Halcomb considers how Rahab helps us understand the Christmas story. This is the second message in a series on how the women in Jesus' family tree shed light on Jesus' identity.