Sermons on things you struggle with but we don’t talk about at church.
As we continue our "Foundations" series, this part will help us see the centrality of Jesus Christ in our lives, our relationships, our marriages, and our church. Because Jesus is central, we believe that time alone with God, and time spent in His Word is necessary to build your life on the truth of the gospel.
Jesus' example, principles, & strategy for making disciples.
How you can #beconfident in God's love for you and live confident in your faith.
This series will help us see the centrality of Jesus Christ in our lives, our relationships, our marriages, and our church. Because Jesus is central, we believe that time alone with God, and time spent in His Word is necessary to build your life on the truth of the gospel.
Standalone Sermons 2018
A walk through Scripture unfolding what it means to be a disciple of Jesus Christ. The end goal is to deepen Harrisburg’s understanding of the Gospel and further equip them to live life on mission here in Tupelo, Lee County, and beyond.
Here in the south we are deeply rooted in our traditions, families, hometowns, and football teams. We know one another by our roots, and see one another as products of where we are from. We care about how your momma them are doing, we say bless your heart, and we believe you can take the boy out of the country but you can’t take the country out of the boy.
The impact of our roots is so profound that when things are hard we return to our roots, when we are stressed we show our roots. When we are excited we sound like our roots, and when life falls apart we depend on our roots. Here in Mississippi we are rooted… but are we rooted in the things that matter most?
Join us during this sermon series to discover what it means to be rooted in the Word of God, in Christ, and in the love of God.
As a church we join in the effort to defend the cause of the unborn, the powerless, the needy, and the broken. Psalm 139 reveals the truth that God is the maker and giver of life. We believe that life begins at conception, and that each life is precious and filled with purpose. As a church we are pro-life because we believe God is pro-life. But, we are also a church that is pro-grace, pro-mercy, and pro-love. Every member of our church is need of the mercy, grace, and love of God and God has called us to extend His love to our neighbors in our fight against abortion.
Listen in on our sermon on the Sanctify of Life to learn more about God’s grace, His plans, and His call to action for the church.
Pastor Rob Armstrong's messages from our weekly 5:00pm "Digging Deeper" service on Sunday nights.
Christmas can still change the world and you can be part of it. By celebrating Christmas differently, you'll join brothers and sisters around the world in finding our way back to the real reason for the season.
Practical Instruction for Faithful Living
The Forgiving, Statisfying, Joy-Giving, Life-Renewing Love of God
Standalone Sermons 2017 preached at Harrisburg Baptist Church