“It’s Evening in Sodom” Pastor Steve Berger, Grace Chapel

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A biblical discussion in light of the Supreme Court decision to legalize gay marriage.

Screen Shot 2015-06-29 at 1.22.29 PMFor nearly 30 years, Steve Berger’s ministry has been marked by authenticity and relevance.  He is the founding pastor of Grace Chapel in Leipers Fork, TN, and is known for his straight-talk in the pulpit. He is an author and conference speaker and a part of the teaching faculty for the National Worship Leader Conferences. He and his wife Sarah self-published Have Heart: Bridging the Gulf between Heaven and Earth as a very personal testimony of the events surrounding their 19-year-old son’s entrance into Heaven. Steve has also written Between Heaven and Earth (Bethany House, 2014). Whether preaching or writing, in great joy or deep pain, Steve longs to proclaim the grace and hope that Jesus came to offer. Since June of 1987, he has been married to Sarah, the love of his life, and together they have four beautiful children.

All net proceeds of Pastor Steve’s resources are used to support Grace Chapel mission projects, especially Josiah’s House, an orphanage for boys in the Dominican Republic which was founded and named in honor of Steve and Sarah’s son.

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Joe Dan Gorman
Joe Dan Gorman is the creator, host & producer of Intellectual Froglegs. Nominated for VIDEO BLOGGER OF THE YEAR at CPAC 2013. Former Real Estate Investment Broker until real estate collapse in 2007. When he is not creating and producing wicked coolness, he is busy performing liberal exorcisms, playing guitar and sharing his testimony and love for Jesus Christ.

10 Comments on "“It’s Evening in Sodom” Pastor Steve Berger, Grace Chapel"

  1. Good. This has to be said.

  2. RichardJarzynka | June 30, 2015 at 11:51 am | Reply

    Thank you, Pastor. The video of this sermon should be played in every church in the country.

  3. With tear filled eyes I may say God has spoken and is speaking loud and clear. Thank you Steve!

  4. My heart too, has been broken by these recent events. I needed to be reminded of these things.

  5. I am really enjoying Pastor Steve’s message…I’m Catholic but support any ministry that’s sincere and spreads Jesus’ message without vituperation! This man was called and I would listen & support him any time.

  6. OfficialNCOathkeeper | July 1, 2015 at 12:17 pm | Reply

    One of the best sermons on this subject I have ever heard. Thank you to Joe Dan for sharing. Thank you Pastor for sharing without fear of the PC police.

  7. In the most truthful and loving way Jesus has chosen Steve Berger to deliver a message to the masses….its what “God says”…..its not with hate or malice, but with love of people.

  8. No wonder Christianity is failing in America if this is the strongest message many here have ever heard.

  9. Thanks posting Joe Dan, whilst so many churches are serving the enemy, we are still seeing God raise up Great Men like Steve,faithful to the Word in its entirety, in these last days!

  10. Undoubtedly the best and most powerful message I’ve heard on this subject. Thanks for posting.

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