Sermons by Phil Schneider

Sermons by Phil Schneider

Prodigal God 6

In Luke 15, Jesus tells the story of a father with two sons. When we read this story or hear it preached, we often focus on the younger, “prodigal” son. However, in doing this, we miss some of the most radical and freeing truth contained in the Gospel.

Love That You Reflect

This is a sermon from Cornerstone Church in Bethalto, IL. For more information, please visit us on the web at BethaltoChurch.com or search for us on Facebook.

Prodigal God 5

In Luke 15, Jesus tells the story of a father with two sons. When we read this story or hear it preached, we often focus on the younger, “prodigal” son. However, in doing this, we miss some of the most radical and freeing truth contained in the Gospel.

Prodigal God 4

In Luke 15, Jesus tells the story of a father with two sons. When we read this story or hear it preached, we often focus on the younger, “prodigal” son. However, in doing this, we miss some of the most radical and freeing truth contained in the Gospel.

Prodigal God 3

In Luke 15, Jesus tells the story of a father with two sons. When we read this story or hear it preached, we often focus on the younger, “prodigal” son. However, in doing this, we miss some of the most radical and freeing truth contained in the Gospel.

Prodigal God 2

In Luke 15, Jesus tells the story of a father with two sons. When we read this story or hear it preached, we often focus on the younger, “prodigal” son. However, in doing this, we miss some of the most radical and freeing truth contained in the Gospel.

Prodigal God 1

In Luke 15, Jesus tells the story of a father with two sons. When we read this story or hear it preached, we often focus on the younger, “prodigal” son. However, in doing this, we miss some of the most radical and freeing truth contained in the Gospel.

New

This is a sermon from Cornerstone Church in Bethalto, IL. For more information, please visit us on the web at BethaltoChurch.com or search for us on Facebook.

Creating Goals

Every new year we proclaim, “This is the year.” And yet, what does that even mean? What are we trying to do, and why does it seem that we never quite achieve it? Pastor Phil will be answering these questions and more over the next four weeks.