Pastor Ryan Alsheimer talks about how everything we do at Anchor is on purpose. These aren't just rituals or traditions. There’s a reason why we incorporate all of the elements of worship that we do every Sunday. Spoiler alert: it’s because we love Jesus!
This year, most of us will be faced with tough decisions. How do we know which choice we should make? Pastor Ryan preaches from Psalm 37:4 to show that when God is your treasure, the things you want are the things that He wants for you.
In 2018, Anchor is reading the entirety of the Bible together as a family. To kick us off, Pastor Don preaches about the beauty of the Word of God and why it’s so important that Christians anchor themselves in it.
John ends the book of 1 John by describing the assurance that Christians have of their eternal salvation, and the benefits that we get to experience here and now in this life! Ryan Alsheimer preaches from 1 John 5:13-21 to close out our sermon series, Blessed Assurance.
1 John 5:6-12 tells us about the message that God has been proclaiming about Jesus for the last 2,000 years. Can we actually believe it? Why should we? Ryan Alsheimer talks about how we can know and believe that God’s Testimony is true!
Christians serve a God of pure, committed, covenantal, eternal love. 1 John 4:7-21 tells us how the life of a Christian is changed forever by this kind of love. Ryan Alsheimer teaches about how God is love, how He loves us, loves in us, and loves through us.
Not every spirit is of God. Not every spiritual experience is a godly one. Since there is a good spirit (Holy Spirit) and evil spirits, how do we know the difference? Ryan Alsheimer teaches from 1 John 4:1-6 about how to test spirits, and the authority that Christians have over evil spirits.
Christians have been born again into God’s family. He is our Father, and we get to be His children! This is an awesome reality that we get to live in every day. How does this reality effect our lives? How do God’s children respond to Him as our Father? Ryan Alsheimer preaches from 1 John 2:28-3:10.