Mr. Brice Williams
In the second of our five-week series on The Church, we are out to discover what it means to be the body of Christ in a broken world. Jesus gave up his body that we might become his body of unity, of maturity, and of love.
One of the predominant ways in which God describes his church in the BIble is "The Flock." God calls us his flock, but what does that mean, and how does it change the way I respond to anxiety and unbelief? In this message, we discover that God's flock is called to be a fearless flock and a generous flock.
All of us, in one way or another, want to "get in." Deep down in that quiet place of our hearts, we want to be approved. Yet every attempt to “get in” is really an attempt to be accepted by the One who matters most. In the Gospel of Luke, we see two men who desire to “get in." But only one of these men gets into the Kingdom of God. Jesus tells us why, and it has everything to do with whether we are proud in spirit or poor in spirit.
What does Biblical "church growth" look like? It is both bringing people in and building people up through the means of grace. In this message, Brice Williams asks three important questions: 1)What Hinders Growth?, 2)What Causes Growth?, and 3)What Kind of Growth does gospel ministry produce?
All of life is worship. If you are breathing, then you are worshipping. In this message, we discover that the mercies of God, the reality of sacrifice, and the renewal of our mInd are three truths that lead us to a greater understanding of all of life as worship.
We live in a culture that values restoration. So does Jesus. But He offers us nothing less than a restored life. In this sermon, Brice Williams helps us to see three things about the restored life. Continuing our study of Jesus' discussion with Nicodemus we see 1) What is really broken, 2) What is the real remedy, and 3) What the restored life really looks like.
To be Christian is to be Christ-like. How can someone, then, be like-Christ? The short answer is by the leading of the Holy Spirit. In this message, Brice Williams unpacks three ways in which the Spirit leads us to be like Jesus: believing, beholding, and becoming.
The difference between blindness and sight is the same difference between darkness and light. In this message, Brice Williams walks us through the life of Bartimaeus and how knowing Jesus, depending on Jesus, and following Jesus will ultimately glorify God.