Listen to our Standalone Sermons from 2023
Come discover the reason for peace as we journey through this season of Advent.
Join us as we seek to See God through the book of Luke.
Palm Sunday, Good Friday, Easter
The One Thing
Compassion for sinful people is the heart of God, is it our heart?
Jesus calls and confronts – is He the center of your life?
Jesus gets a reaction…how do you react to Him?
Compassion for people trumps biblical “knowledge”.
Pastor Josh shares on God's Gift of Gospel Symbols, 1 Corinthians 10-11.
Jesus’ way is serving, suffering…for broken, sinful people. To follow Jesus is to live that way.
Jesus’s values markedly differ from those of our culture.
Jesus spent time with needy, sinful people; as His followers, so should we.
Heart preparation precedes response to the gospel.
Luke’s gospel written account is solidly reliable and enables us to see God in the person of Jesus.
We will grow as we go, together.
Rather than ask what is happening, ask “what is the Lord doing?”
Our theology becomes biography as the story of our life unfolds.
Sin may be fun, but it has far-reaching consequences.
God works His purpose in the story of our lives.
Trials can cause us to give up…or to give in…or we can go to the Lord.
Pastor Paul shares on the vital importance of supportive faithful friends.
Pastor Paul gives examples from 1 Samuel on how our faith deepens during trying times.
Dr. Jared Compton shares from Psalm 63, Satisfaction in God.
God is your helper, a present and watchful keeper, who will guard you forever. Psalm 121 shows us how we can always look to God and depend on him in all our circumstances. He will keep and guard us forever.
We celebrate our strengths, acknowledge our weaknesses and commit to action on the key things we see from our church Check-Up process.
Fruit comes from being connected to Jesus and to one another.
God’s Spirit is working in people’s hearts to shine His light of the gospel into the darkness of people’s lives, and he uses us as servant illustrations.
The path for Jesus is also our path – living stones rejected by the world but precious to the Lord.
The church, just like the human body, has many different parts, but all are needed in order to function as a complete and growing body.
The gospel of faith in Christ changes our relationships, we are all "family" in Christ.
Pastor Josh Johnson shares from Ephesians 5:22-33, The Beautiful Bride of Christ.
How do we reconcile Christians belonging to the Lord, yet we live in the world with its trials and suffering?
Dr. Jared Compton shares from Matthew 13, Why Does Jesus Speak in Parables?
Everyone has an agenda. The agenda of Jesus, and the way of Jesus, is radically different.
The gospel is more than a message. It is a life-changing relationship with Christ, and over time we learn to lean into and trust Him more than trusting ourselves.
The Lord’s presence in our lives changes us – His presence and peace displaces our worries.
Unresolved conflicts between believers damage credibility of the gospel. We are to value restoration over being “right”, and we are to help each other in resolving our inter-personal conflicts in Christ-honoring ways.
Religious achievement we have done compared to the gift of being right with God through what Christ has done for us.
The gospel of Jesus is more than a verbal message, it unites us and changes us – changing our attitudes, our priorities and our relationships.
The gospel is more than a verbal message. It is a life-changing relationship with Jesus that changes how we see and respond to life's circumstances.
There is a deep bond between Paul and the believers in Philippi, they have been in it together for the gospel, but now they are at risk of becoming distracted away from a focus on the gospel. Paul writes to them from prison, to help these believers he loves to course correct and avoid being detoured by distractions.