Galatians series

  • Boast in Christ Alone — Galatians 6:11‑18

    Boast in Christ Alone — Galatians 6:11‑18

    How do we place our confidence in Christ alone? How may we remain true to the Gospel under the threat of persecution? Pastor Harlan concludes his series on Galatians. Listen above, download the audio file here, or watch the video below. Photo by Rowan Heuvel on Unsplash

  • God Is Not Mocked — Galatians 6:6‑10

    God Is Not Mocked — Galatians 6:6‑10

    Pastor Nate Harlan speaks on the apostle Paul’s teachings concerning how Christians ought to treat the shepherds over them. Listen above, download the audio file here, or watch the video below. Photo by Yoal Desurmont on Unsplash

  • Bearing Burdens — Galatians 6:2‑5

    Bearing Burdens — Galatians 6:2‑5

    Pastor Nate Harlan explains what it means to bear each other’s burdens in light of how our Lord Jesus bore our burdens on Himself. Listen above, download the audio file here, or watch the video below. Photo by Mark Pan4ratte on Unsplash

  • Restore Each Other — Galatians 6:1

    Restore Each Other — Galatians 6:1

    Pastor Nate Harlan preaches on the Christian duty of confronting each other’s sin, and the important role restoring each other plays in the spiritual life of believers. Listen above, download the audio file here, or watch the video below. Photo by Ignat Kushanrev on Unsplash

  • The Works of the Flesh — Galatians 5:19‑21

    The Works of the Flesh — Galatians 5:19‑21

    Paul tells us that those who gratify the flesh will not enter the kingdom of God. Pastor Nate Harlan walks through what the works of the flesh are and how to avoid them. Listen above, download the audio here, or watch the video below. Photo by Mika Baumeister on Unsplash

  • The Fruit of the Spirit — Galatians 5:22‑26

    The Fruit of the Spirit — Galatians 5:22‑26

    Most Christians know the fruit of the Spirit by heart. But how can we be certain that we are producing them, and what is their significance in the life of a Christian? Pastor Nate Harlan explains. Listen above, download the audio file here, or watch the video below. Photo by Paul Zoetemeijer on Unsplash

  • Walk by the Spirit — Galatians 5:13‑18

    Walk by the Spirit — Galatians 5:13‑18

    We Christians are called to not gratify the desires of the flesh. But what does it mean for us to instead walk in the Spirit? Pastor Nate Harlan continues his series on the book of Galatians. Listen above, download the audio file here, or watch the video below. Photo by Jan Antonin Kolar on Unsplash

  • The Offense of the Cross — Galatians 5:7‑12

    The Offense of the Cross — Galatians 5:7‑12

    If you have love for Christ, you will love the sheep and hate the wolves. This is especially true for the men called to be shepherds of God’s people. Hear Pastor Nate Harlan preach on this intense passage of Scripture. Listen above, download the audio here, or watch the video below. Photo by DDP on Unsplash

  • Severed from Christ — Galatians 5:1‑6

    Severed from Christ — Galatians 5:1‑6

    We can never do enough to justify ourselves in the sight of God. So why is works-righteousness so attractive? Hear Pastor Nate Harlan preach in his continuing series on the book of Galatians. Listen above, download the audio file here, or watch the video below. Photo by Luc Constantin on Unsplash

  • Two Jerusalems — Galatians 4:21‑31

    Two Jerusalems — Galatians 4:21‑31

    How does the Apostle Paul connect the story of Sarah and Hagar to the idea that we cannot be justified by works of the law but must be justified by faith? Pastor Nate Harlan continues his series on Galatians. Listen above, download the audio file here, or watch the video below. Photo by Cole Keister on Unsplash