The Bible talks a lot about God’s glory. We are told that we should glorify God in all we do. But what is the glory of God? And where can you see it? And what would you think if someone told you that God seeks to glorify himself? There’s more to this than many people think. Listen in to learn about God’s glory.

This is an informal Sunday evening study series.

A short series of messages from the Elders of LaRue Baptist Church, on the subject of spiritual gifts.

A series of sermons/lectures discussing Godly Parenting.

Who is Jesus? That is the question. A writer by the name of John answers that question in his Gospel. John clearly believes Jesus is God in the Flesh. Then, for 20 chapters, John unpacks the evidence for his conclusion. As he does, he marvelously allows you and I, as the readers, to enter into all kinds of encounters with Jesus as well as witness a variety of responses people had to Jesus. John concludes with the Big Question.... What do you think about Jesus? Who do you say He is?

Know this, my beloved brothers: let every person be quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger..." James 1.19

The way we communicate exposes who we are and where we are in life. It has tremendous impact on our lives and on those with and about whom we are communicating. In this series of studies our goal will be to understand what God wants, where we fail and how we can communicate in a God-honoring way.

The Bible does not use the word "member" in our relationship to the local church. Instead it talks about "submisison," "authority," "dependence," "intimacy" and "preparation." In this three part series, Pastor Tim Pasma challenges us to think biblically about church membership.

In this three week series by Pastor Josh Hause, we journey through the Order of Salvation. Listen in to reflect on and rejoice in the amazing things our Creator has done to redeem His people from sin!

Pastor Tim Pasma begins an expository study of Genesis in this series beginning April 27th. Listen and hear what this ancient book has to say to us in the 21st century. Although written centuries ago, it is God's Word, useful for teaching, convicting, correcting and training in righteousness. Join us on the journey.