Recent Sermons

  • Pride Is The King’s Downfall

    King Nebuchadnezzar had a dream that terrified him, one that seemed to say that despite his political and military power he couldn’t control his own destiny. In the end, his pride was his downfall, and he had to acknowledge that God is in control over all things. See also the

  • Through The Fire

    In Daniel chapter 3, the story of Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego is not about the dilemma of bowing down to the king’s statue or defying the king. It’s about the fact that God is actively present in the lives of those who are faithful to Him, and can be trusted

  • Nebuchadnezzar’s Vision

    “College Graduate Encounters Executioner First Day On The Job!” might have been the headlines in the Babylon Daily, following the events of Daniel chapter 2. The king had asked his advisers to tell him both his dream and its interpretation, perhaps suspicious they might try to deceive him. Failure meant

  • Daniel 1: Standing With The God Who Is Present

    Starting a new series on Daniel, Rob takes us through the historical and cultural background that led up to Daniel and his friends being carried off into captivity in Babylon. How did they respond in the face of such adversity, and what did their actions say about the God they