Feb 21, 2018
Broken: DNOW18
Our Student Pastor, Jace Williamson, delivers a sermon on the source and solution of sin from Genesis 3:1-13.
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  • Feb 21, 2018Broken: DNOW18
    Feb 21, 2018
    Broken: DNOW18
    Our Student Pastor, Jace Williamson, delivers a sermon on the source and solution of sin from Genesis 3:1-13.
  • Nov 20, 2017Salvation’s Future, Present, and Past
    Nov 20, 2017
    Salvation’s Future, Present, and Past
    The Apostle Peter's first letter was written to the "elect exiles". These people were chosen by God, but they were outcasts from society. They were aliens in the land they were inhabiting. They were scattered because of extreme persecution. Peter is trying to see life through their perspective and answer their questions. How do you live with neighbors that hate you? How do you live with a government that is against you? Christians today sometimes ask the same questions. C.S Lewis said that if we find ourselves with a desire that nothing in his world can satisfy, the most probable explanation is that we were made for another world. If that is where you are, Peter gives you something to hold on to.
     
    In this stand-alone message, Student Pastor Jace Williamson looks at 1 Peter 1:3-12 to show salvation's future glory, salvation's present trials, and salvation's past goals.
     
    This message was presented at FBCVA on November 19, 2017.
  • Jun 12, 2017Faith Works: Taming the Tongue
    Jun 12, 2017
    Faith Works: Taming the Tongue
    Series: Faith Works
    The average person spends about one-fifth of their life talking. In fact, if all of our spoken words were put into print, we would each fill a 50-page book in one day. Since we use words so often, it makes sense that god's Word would contain instructions about how to use them. The book of James tells us to be quick to listen, slow to speak, and slow to anger. Our culture has flipped this principle around. We are all too quick to speak and voice our opinions.
     
    In this message from the Faith Works series, Jace Williamson, FBCVA Student Pastor, looks at James 3:1-12 to show that our words are powerful, and they reveal our true self. If you can control your tongue, you can control yourself.
     
    This message was presented at FBCVA on June 11, 2017. 
  • Feb 17, 2017God’s Grace for God’s Glory
    Feb 17, 2017
    God’s Grace for God’s Glory

    "What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us." - A.W. Tozer.

    The apostle Paul sent Timothy to pastor the church in Ephesus. But this church was a mess, and Timothy had to deal with various problems from false teachers and false doctrines. Paul's first letter to Timothy is a charge to "hang in there." It is a letter that gives instructions on dealing with false doctrines and establishing faithful church leaders. The passage in 1 Timothy 1:12-17 is like a runway where Paul is preparing to launch into this instruction by reminding Timothy that he is thankful for personal grace and for universal grace. He completes the takeoff by praising the God of grace. When Paul thought of God, he knew Him as the King of the ages, immortal, invisible, the only God.
     
    This message was presented at FBCVA on February 12, 2017.
  • Jul 10, 2016Listening & Hearing: Greatness Defined and Demonstrated
    Jul 10, 2016
    Listening & Hearing: Greatness Defined and Demonstrated
    When Jesus asks, "What do you want me to do for you?" how do you answer?  In Mark 10:35-52 we see two different responses. James and John wanted recognition and greatness.  The blind beggar simply wanted to see. In this message, FBCVA Student Pastor, Jace Williamson, presents two scenes: the classroom and the field test. In the classroom, Jesus defines greatness for James and John.  In the field test, Jesus demonstrates greatness by showing mercy to the blind beggar.