Dr. Carr continues his series on, “Suffering and the Sovereignty of God” by exploring the topic “Why Does Evil Exist”. Genesis 3:1-7
Dr. Carr continues to explore the writings of Luke as Luke meticulously detailed the events around the birth of our Lord. This passage explores Jesus’ 2nd trip to the temple 40 days after his birth. He meets Simeon; a man filled with the Holy Ghost. Luke 2:25-33
Dr. Carr explores one of the most profound truths in the New Testament; study the word of God with us in Romans 8:35-39. Dr. R.A. Torrey was asked about the most profound concept he had ever learned from the Bible. Without hesitation, Mr. Torrey answered, “The most profound truth I have ever encountered in the word…
Psalm 100- Dr. Alan Carr expounds on the conclusion of this Psalm (91-100).Prepare to worship as we look at this call to thanksgiving, praise and worship all in one in Psalm 100!
Dr. Carr continues the series entitled, “James- Faith that Works” as he explores the idea of how we receive Grace from God. James 4:7-10
James 2:20-26 Dr. Alan Carr visits with James to analyze the relationship between faith and works. Are works required for salvation?… listen and see!
James 2:14-19 Dr. Carr preaches a sermon from the series of James comparing faith and works and their relationship in a believer’s life.
James 2:8-13 Dr. Carr preaches a sermon about prejudice and partiality in our hearts on his journey through the series on James: Faith That Works.
Dr. Carr delivers insight through a powerful message in a series entitled, “James: Faith that Works”. Discover how God can use suffering and trials in life to level all humanity in His sight! James 1:9-12
What does God think of half hearted obedience? Following some of God’s commands for our life is better than none….right? Dr. Carr examine’s Jacob’s relationship with God to glean vital truths for a transformed life in Part 2 of this message in the series Jacob: The Testimony of a Transformed Life. Genesis 33:5-20
Dr. Carr shows us what James says about real help when life presents some of its biggest challenges. James 1:5-8