Sermon on Acts 15:36-16:40, preached January 29, 2017, concerning five trials active Christians will face, focusing on how to handle controversy between brethren, and how not to handle it, how establishment religion attempts to coopt successful upstart movements, and much more. . . . Download the Sermon Transcript
Dr. McDurmon’s sermon on Acts 10 from last Sunday, June 5, 2016: “A Kingdom without Partiality.” Listen for some awesome biblical theology as well as powerful lessons about the church’s war against racism.
A sermon by Joel McDurmon, in which we discuss corruption in criminal justice and the police.
Here is my sermon on Acts 2 preached the Sunday after Obergefell and with partial reference to that national abomination. The passage and message, however, deal with the broader subject of God forming and preserving His church through the midst of national judgment. In the sermon I reference another sermon I preached a while back […]
John Hagee’s Harold Camping moment has arrived, and whether or not his followers will abandon him as most did that previous false prophet, Hagee is certainly just as wrong about Bible prophecy. I have previously written a lengthier piece on Hagee’s “four blood moons” predictions, detailing the alarming level of date-setting in which he has […]