Church of the Open Door


Sermons 2015

  • April 26, 2015

    God’s Promises Determines the Way by Dr. Glenn Jago

    by COD

    Anyone that watches the political world with its campaign promises and spin doctors or the infomercials with all their hard to believe guarantees, may become jaded with those empty promises. One impact that may result is that the skepticism of empty promises may ultimately produce skepticism toward the absolute truth of God’s Word. Can I trust the promises of God’s provision and protection from the Scriptures?

  • April 19, 2015

    God’s Grace Provides the Way by Dr. Glenn Jago

    by COD

    What if God, wanting to protect his creation from the nature and consequence of sin, simply poured out tolerance and love rather than judgment and rescue? What if God did not judge the corruption of sin during Noah’s day? Would the world have been a better place? Would sin and corruption eventually disappear?

  • April 12, 2015

    Increasing Corruption Finds a Way by Dr. Glenn Jago

    by COD

    The person who watches or reads the news cannot help but become alarmed, depressed, anxious, and even confused over the ongoing events in our world. How could there possibly be such evil as the beheadings, the slaughter of 147 Kenyan University students, or the abuse against children. How did the morals of our society become so radicalized? How did right become wrong and wrong become right?

  • April 5, 2015

    Resurrection Sunday

    by COD

    Easter Past, Easter Present, Easter Future

  • March 29, 2015

    Jesus Christ: Star, Sham, or Savior? by Dr. Glenn Jago

    by COD

    The historical setting is finally in place, the anticipation has been escalating, the new conqueror is entering Jerusalem, the crowds are cheering, and finally the time of national restoration is ready. So, what is missing? Regrettably, excitement and anticipation often provide the perfect setting for distortion, confusion, unbelief, and disappointment as the anticipated conqueror fails to fit into their perception. Listen to the crowds’ transition from cheers to jeers, in less than a week.