2021 Sermon Series
Below is an archive of all the series released so far this year.
Renew Your Life
During this series, we’re going to be studying “Renew Your Life” by Kai Mark Nilsen. In this vulnerable book, Nilsen walks us through life-giving spiritual practices that help us discover the grace of God. For anyone experiencing lack of energy and living in a place of exhaustion, this study helps us find the energy for life change in God's grace, build awareness to our design and link to creation, and connect with others.
Unfortunately, this book is out of print. We suggest that if you are able to, purchase the ebook from Amazon. Used and new versions of the physical book can be purchased on sites like Amazon and Ebay, but order them soon if you want a physical copy as shipping times vary.
Join us on Sundays in person at 9 & 10:45am or online at 10:45am for this series!
Can you see the invisible hand of God move behind the scenes of your life?
In this story of a normal girl becoming Queen of Persia, we discover how the invisible hand of God intervened to save not only her but her people from certain doom.
This is a story that will captivate you. But it is also a story that has the power to transform your mind and give you a much greater view of God.
Holidays & Miscellanous Sermons
2020 Sermon Videos
This is a collection of all the sermons in 2020 organized according to series. To explore all the messages in a series, click the arrow in the upper left hand of the video.
A Weary World Rejoices
If anything, 2020 has been weary. We all feel the impact of living in a pandemic year. With all the confusing information, it can easily be distracting, disheartening and exhausting.
But at the core of the Christian message, there is reason for rejoicing. Even when all around us is weary, we celebrate the reason for our rejoicing – the birth of our savior, Jesus Christ!
This advent, we're looking at the hope that we have in Jesus and how even in hard times, we can rejoice!
How would Jesus live your life if he were you?
To be transformed into Christ-likeness, or to grow to be like Jesus, is the life-long calling of a Christian. We sometimes see Christianity as a list performative do's and don't's, but Jesus's call to follow in his ways isn't a checklist - it's a heart transformation. Let's seek the ways of Christ together and discover what it means to be called!
Reel Theology: Understanding the Stories of Our Culture
The conversations of our culture can be found in the stories we share, which is why we want to take a look at some recent movies! We want to understand the conversations that our culture is having and see how the narratives coincide or conflict with the message of the Gospel.
Life with God isn't easy, and Paul recognizes this in his second letter to the Thessalonians. In the midst of the hardship , their hope (and our hope) is steadfast in Christ which gives them the ability to be a praiseworthy church. One that people can boast about.
By studing the “I AM” statements, we can discover and understand the person of Christ in a way that will elevate our worship and devotion. We'll be studing what Jesus means when he says, "I Am..." in the book of the John.
The Way of Grace
"For in him we live and move and have our being."
We are sustained by grace. We're going to be learning together how we can recognize God's grace. When we recognize the surpassing greatness of God’s grace in our life, we learn to trust and walk more by faith.
As we seek to become faithful Apprentices to Jesus, one practical exercise is to study those who have paved the way of faith. We are energized by the stories of people who have risen above adversity and continue to pursue righteousness in the face of temptation. In a world that judges people by snapshots and soundbites, it is a good practice to dig deep into the lives of Godly people - hopefully to appreciate, what at first glance, we might miss.
This January, we invite you to walk with us through the life of Joseph in the Older Testament. Joseph, though he was mistreated and was the recipient of rage, resentment, jealousy and revenge, deliberately chose to overlook unfair offenses. Instead, he overcame obstacles and modeled the virtue of forgiveness - something that seems to have gone missing in much of our culture today. As we consider the ebb and flow of Joseph's life, we hope to learn how to live faithfully in the midst of a changing culture.