Sermons on Forgiveness

Sermon - Is Jesus The Only Way - Asking for a Friend series

Is Jesus The Only Way? – Asking for a Friend pt 2

“Is Jesus The Only Way?” — I’m asking for a friend.This challenging question for both Christians and non-Christians can be a loaded one when a position of moral authority is assumed by the asker and/or responder. Small Groups Pastor, Jeremy Woltz, offers a fresh perspective that the question need not be about being right or wrong. Rather, the answer is about the truth of love, grace, and redemption offered by Jesus Christ to each person irrespective of the beliefs of…
Don't Let Regret Be Your Endgame

Don’t Let Regret Be Your Endgame: Life Lessons From The Avengers

Your endgame need not be one of regret and despair. Jesus has already won the endgame for you and everyone. He hung on “the gauntlet” of the cross and “snapped his fingers” with a declaration of “It is finished!” to defeat Satan and every pain, loss and regret you would experience. Make Jesus your Endgame! The time is NOW to invite your family, friends, neighbors, coworkers, fellow students and others to be a part of the excitement and growth happening…
Beyond A Sermon Q&A #53 - How To Forgive

How To Forgive – Beyond A Sermon Q&A #053

How do you forgive people who have wronged you? Maybe even hurt you? How can you find freedom from the pain and bitterness? It seems impossible, but there is a way. In episode 53 of Beyond A Sermon, WEAG’s weekly Live Q&A program, we deep dive into the effects of bitterness that damages relationships and the healing that delivers freedom. Lead Pastor Shane Schlesman answers viewer questions about forgiving others in really tough situations. Missed the sermon? Watch it here:…

Declare a TRUCE! How to nurture peace in your life.

Are you tired of being at war with others? Ready for peace in your life? In your relationships? Want to be an advocate for healthy conversations? Tony reveals the World War I state of social media interactions. He describes the destructive outcome of being entrenched in our perspectives and lobbing ammo at others we can’t even see. Tony goes on to share how we can be agents of change to instead en·rich our lives and that of others both online…
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