Sermons on 2 Corinthians

Proper Authority

In Corinth, there was a lot of controversy about who possessed authority–Paul, or the teachers who were trying to discredit him. Here in chapter 10, Paul addresses that controversy, and as we read his words, Pastor Marc reminds us to respect proper authority and to exercise authority properly.

The Fruit of Generosity

In this sermon, Pastor Marc reveals what should be the fruit of our generosity as Christians. He shows us that our cheerfulness in sowing should be increased by our anticipation of what we reap, what others reap, and what God reaps from our generosity.

The Root of Generosity

Pastor Marc shares about Paul’s instructions to the church about participating in a collection of an offering for the struggling saints of Jerusalem. This passage contains some of the richest teachings on generosity in all the New Testament. He teaches the Corinthians that the fruit of their generosity should be supplied by the root of […]

Gospel Confrontation

In this sermon, Jake Osborn shares from 2 Corinthians 7:2-16 in which Paul concludes his defense of his apostolic authority by recounting how God has used their last confrontation, and how he had confidence this confrontation will also lead to repentance.

Hearts Wide Open

In this sermon, Pastor Marc shares from 2 Corinthians 6:3-13 in which Paul lays out his testimony of endurance and how it shows us that we are not only reconciled to God, but we ought to seek reconciliation with each other.

How to Live a Courageous Christian Life

Life in this “era between the gardens” has plenty of problems for all human beings. For us Christians, seeking to live for Jesus and spread his fame invites even more suffering from a hostile culture. So, why stay faithful to Jesus? Because we know that this life is not all there is. God has prepared […]

Jars of Clay

Listen as Pastor Marc preaches from 2 Corinthians 4:7-18, discussing how perspective is needed in order to persevere through affliction. Our weakness and suffering are integral to God’s plan, not incidental. So it’s vital that we learn to see them through His eyes, not our own.