Sermons

Current Series

Grace-Full Life

Sermon series "A Grace-Full Life" that follows a companion bookof the same name.

God's grace comes to us in four movements: "Even There, Even Now, Even More, and Even Then;" that is, prevenient grace, justifying grace, sanctifying grace, and glorifying grace. It all about living our God's all-reaching, soul-saving, character-shaping, never-ending love.

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Talking With God

Sunday, October 22, we started a new 4-week sermon series based on the book “Talking with God” by Adam Weber. It is so much easier to believe that God actually wants to hear from us in a life-giving, ongoing relationship based on friendship.

Joseph

This 4-week series takes a look at how Joseph from the Old Testament went from the pit of disappointments to the pinnacle of success, and how God can do the same in your life regardless of how deep the pit you may find yourself in.  

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Relatable

Sermon series based on Louie Giglio's book called "Relat(able): Making Relationships Work"

I am A Church Member

A new sermon series titled, "I Am a Church Member" featuring an accompanying book by Thom Rainer,  What does church membership mean? How is is different from other forms of "membership" in American society?

Who is God?

Who is God?

He is Knowable.  He is Welcoming.  He is Creative.  He is Forgiving.  He is Honest.  He is Capable.  

Love God and Love People

This Sunday, June 18, we'll follow-up our message titled "Talk to People" that reminded us one of the key things the Holy Spirit influences us to do is share our faith in ways that help people draw closer to Christ with a two-part series on the Great Commandment of Jesus to love God and love people found in Matthew 22:34-40.

Pentecost

This Sunday, June 4, is Pentecost when we celebrate God's gift of the Holy Spirit to all who say "Yes!" to being Christ followers 2000 years ago, throughout history, and even now. 

 

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