Speaker: Mark Smith
November 8 2022
The Bible is a story of a people desperately in need of hope, and a God graciously providing it in His Son. Hebrews 6:9-20 encourages us to see how our hope arises from faith in Christ- who grows us unto Himself, grounds us in God’s story, guarantees our future, and guards us forever. In this sermon from the Hallows Church in Seattle, WA.
October 15 2022
Try as we might, our belief is often limited and frail. The Christian’s dilemma is we want to believe, but find ourselves doubting Jesus’ transformational power and growing comfortable with a prayerless faith. Thankfully, Jesus does what we cannot do ourselves. In Jesus we see the difference He makes and the destiny we receive through His mercy and majesty. In this sermon from the Hallows Church in Seattle, WA.
September 21 2022
There are a thousand different challenges we face as believers. It’s easy for a momentary excitement to be followed by shaken confidence. Our efforts, try as we might, can be overshadowed by inadequacy. Like us, Jesus’ disciples felt the same way after being confronted by a large hungry crowd with nothing to feed them. However, despite their lack of confidence and inadequacy, Jesus teaches us that He is faithful, sufficient, Lord, and our provider.
September 7 2022
Here in Luke Chapter 8:40-56, we find ourselves at this capstone moment of three interconnected stories where Jesus displays his power over sickness and death. A desperate father and desperate woman find their faith fused together in the ministry of Jesus. Two stories, altogether opposite in circumstance, display the beauty of Jesus as he reveals how faith is a showcase of His action, grace, and power. In this sermon by the Hallows Church in Seattle, WA
July 28 2022
Series: 2022 Summer Sermon Series
Psalm 145 is one of David’s psalms of praise, a psalm proclaiming God is great, good, gentle, and near to all his people in every area of life. But if that’s true, contempt for God and the feeling of his absence is all the more difficult to reconcile. Psalm 145 is a song for believers as it shows us God remains the same, season after season. Our praise is a result of his presence. In this Sermon from the Hallows Church, Seattle, WA