Mark's Gospel is marked by its emphasis on the effect the Gospel message should elicit from us. We have an urgent pleading here; believe in Jesus!
The letter of I John was intended to fight faulty doctrine with a deep and focused love for Jesus, and calls us to follow him in actively loving one another.
This spring series on the book of Exodus is about God's faithful forging of his people - That's us! Not comfortable, but necessary for mission.
This Holy Week 2017 mini-series reminds us that Jesus intentionally laid down his life for us, but maybe not for the reasons we expect.
It is easy to allow many cares and concerns of the world draw us away from what really matters. Let's go back to the basics.
The concept of renewal and new grace is biblical. This series from Romans 12 explores the steps we need to take to become those whom Christ has called us to be.
This Advent 2016 series looks at Jesus' fulfillment of several specific prophetic promises related to God's mission of redemption.
What does it look like to live as a Christian in community and in the world? This fall 2016 series on James holds practical implications for us.
This August 2016 series from the Book of Joel will examine the mercy of God's judgment and the promise of future blessing.
This summer sermon series examines some of the major attributes of God to build and encourage our faith.
Peter wrote this letter to encourage confused churches to remain faithful.
This April 2016 series embodies "the dark night of the soul" which can affect any of us. The book of Habakkuk has much to teach us about our own confusing and …
This series, leading from Advent to Easter, examines the connection between Luke’s Gospel and the prophecy of Isaiah 53. Jesus is revealed as the Lamb of…
This Advent series for 2015 focuses on the four angelic messages heralding the Messiah’s birth. Each looks at the message to…
This series examines Paul’s Epistle to the Ephesians, a letter of encouragement and instruction to a people to who struggled with theological confusion and di…
A collection of past sermons, not grouped by series.