JohnSlide2_optLiving Hope Sermon Series:

Pastor Clark and Pastor Tim believe that God uses the preaching of His Word to call His people to repentance, renewal and rejoicing. We believe the Scriptures are essential to the life of Living Hope so expository preaching has a central place in our corporate worship. The authority of preaching is found in authoritative Word of God. We believe that God uses the systematic preaching through various books of the Bible to establish and extend His authority. Our pastors strive by God’s grace to prepare their sermons prayerfully and diligently seeking to bring the grammatical historical truths of the texts to the attention of the listeners in a practical, relevant way. The sermons are posted here to be used as appropriate: catch a sermon that was missed, as a mid-week review, or to pass along to others in order to encourage them. May God richly bless His Word to the heart of the hearer!

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Dead and Remarried
Romans 7:1-12
Clark H. Brooking
2010 December 26 (Sunday Morning).
Bound by the One We Serve
Romans 6:15-23
Clark H. Brooking
2010 December 5 (Sunday Morning).
About Face
Romans 6:1-14
Clark H. Brooking
2010 November 28 (Sunday Morning).
Superabounding Grace
Romans 5:12-21
Clark H. Brooking
2010 November 21 (Sunday Morning).
So We DO Have Something to Boast About
Romans 5:1-11
Clark H. Brooking
2010 November 14 (Sunday Morning).
Hope against Hope
Romans 4:13-25
Clark H. Brooking
2010 November 7 (Sunday Morning).
What about Abraham?
Romans 4:1-12
Clark H. Brooking
2010 October 31 (Sunday Morning).
Just and Justifier
Romans 3:21-31
Clark H. Brooking
2010 October 24 (Sunday Morning).
No One Seeks God
Romans 3:9-20
Clark H. Brooking
2010 October 17 (Sunday Morning).
Some Things are Axiomatic
Romans 3:1-8
Clark H. Brooking
2010 October 10 (Sunday Morning).