Sermons by Pastor Marc Goodwin (Page 8)

Heart Murmur

Philippians 2:14-18 Do you know people who like to complain? Are you a person who likes to complain? Whether we realize it or not, we probably all complain about something on a regular basis. But in Philippians 2, Paul commands believers not to grumble or complain, and he gives several reasons why this ought not […]

What Color is Dis-Stress?

Philippians 1:12-18 Have you ever faced undesirable circumstances in your life and wondered what God was doing? At some point, all of us face trials or suffering — we live in a fallen world full of fallen people. In Philippians 1, we find the Apostle Paul facing undesirable circumstances in Rome—both from the government and from fellow […]

In Their Image

Genesis 1-3 In Genesis 1:26, we read: “Then God said, ‘Let us make man in our image, after our likeness.’” As image bearers of the Trinity, we see that relationships are an essential part of human existence (see Genesis 2:18). Join Pastor Marc Goodwin as we look at how the members of the Trinity relate to […]

Clean & Unclean

Hebrews 10:1-18 Many of us are rather obsessed with cleanliness. Think of all the things we, as a culture, are accustomed to cleaning: our bodies, our hair, our teeth, our hands, our clothes, our dishes, our floors, our carpets, our counters, our vehicles, our sidewalks, our tables, our desks…The list could go on and on. […]

Anti-Venom

Acts 28:1-10 Anybody else terrified of snakes? Acts 28:1-10 records an encounter the apostle Paul had with a viper on the shore of Malta and how God used him to heal countless people on that island. Join Pastor Marc Goodwin as he gives us hope as followers of Jesus as we face pain, suffering, and death […]

Impacting Our Culture

Acts 19:21-20:1 Throughout history, there have been all sorts of riots—times where groups of people been riled up and rallied together to show their anger or frustration (often in rather violent ways). As we keep rolling along in our journey through Acts, we read about one such riot. Although the end result was rather tame […]