Sermons by Mark Norman (Page 6)
John Stott wrote: “The Christian life is essentially life in the Spirit, that is to say, a life which is animated, sustained, directed, and enriched by the Holy Spirit.” Few passages help us as much in this regard as Romans 8. Join us as we learn from this very important chapter.
Common to everyone who follows Christ is the struggle with the ever-present sinful nature. Paul’s teaching in Romans 7 gives us much needed help for the disciple who seeks to honor God every day.
Slavery is not a popular topic but according to Paul, it’s a great way to think about following Christ. Listen in as Mark helps us get a handle on Roman 6;15-23.
Getting our domestic lives straight was the first area Paul encouraged Titus to address in the new church on the island of Crete. Listen in as we discover what Paul says to women of that day and ours.
Romans 5:3-5 are very helpful verses for us to get a perspective on difficulty and suffering. Listen in as Mark helps us see Paul’s encouragement to rejoice when adversity strikes.
Paul’s teaching moves from what “justification by faith” means to what it accomplishes in us beginning in Romans 5:1 Listen in as Mark helps us understand the brand new us!
The message of the first three chapters of Romans is easy to see but hard to hear. This passage brings Paul’s argument to a fitting conclusion and leaves us with some crucial insights.
Believe it or not, many time religious people have the hardest time with the gospel. Paul will help us see why in the part of Romans 2.
Ever why the world is as messed up as it is? This passage in Romans makes it pretty clear.
Romans is all about good news, but before he gets completely to it, Paul has a bit of bad news about the human condition. Catch his important insights in this message.
Today launches an extended study of the book of Romans. We’ll learn about the author and the recipients of this great letter. Brace yourselves as Mark not only helps us understand the “gospel” but encourages us to respond as well.