Why God is Not Your Priority

So often we have a tendency to put God on our “to-do lists”, justifying by listing Him as our top priority. However, God should not simply be the biggest part of our lives, He should be our the entirety of our lives. This sermon looks at Deuteronomy chapter 4, and the notion that the greatest commandment is to be consumed …

The First Stone

The moment we forget who we we are and Who’s we are, we begin to establish a pattern of selfishness and chaos that leads to relational strife between ourselves and others, and ourselves and God. This sermon looks at John chapter 8, and how an awareness of our identity in Christ ties into our ability to extend grace and compassion …

The First Stone

September 13, 2020
The moment we forget who we we are and Who's we are, we begin to establish a pattern of selfishness and chaos that leads to relational strife between ourselves and…

In Everything?

In this sermon, Jeff speaks about the importance of living a life full of gratitude and thanksgiving and how a life that walks with Christ is a life that overflows with an abundance of gratefulness. He says: “ingratitude is followed by misplaced entitlement…” on the contrary, gratitude is a life that is grateful for every good gift of the father, …

In Everything?

September 6, 2020
In this sermon, Jeff speaks about the importance of living a life full of gratitude and thanksgiving and how a life that walks with Christ is a life that overflows…

The Fruit of Intimacy

This sermon looks at how an intimate love relationship with Jesus is absolutely required in order to enjoy the fruit of the Spirit. And get this… we aren’t given the fruit of the Spirit to become more noticeably nice. We are given the fruit of the Spirit to become more like Jesus and display His glory. These are all characteristics of Jesus.

The Fruit of Intimacy

August 30, 2020
This sermon looks at how an intimate love relationship with Jesus is absolutely required in order to enjoy the fruit of the Spirit. And get this… we aren’t given the fruit of…

God’s Compassion Compels Compassion

Bible Text: Jonah 4 | Speaker: Matt Simpson | Series: Jonah: The Prodigal Prophet | God calls us to compassion, even for those it seems impossible to show grace to. In this sermon, we see how Jonah was called to show compassion to the Ninevites, despite how wicked they were. Even in his refusal, God was pursuing both grace for …

Little Pictures of Big Grace

Bible Text: Jonah 3 | Speaker: Darrell Cook | Series: Jonah: The Prodigal Prophet | In our faith walks, in order to grow as a Christian, it is important for us to realize that repentance is essential. True repentance allows us to overflow with God’s grace, so that we might bless others.

Redemption in Trials

Bible Text: Jonah 1:17-2:10 | Speaker: Scott Anderson | Series: Jonah: The Prodigal Prophet | In our trials, we can either render ourselves defeated, or we can choose to acknowledge the reality that we desperately need God’s grace. This sermon looks at how it was not until Jonah came to the end of himself that he understood how greatly he …

The Righteous Pagans

Bible Text: Jonah 1:11-17 | Speaker: Matt Simpson | Series: Jonah: The Prodigal Prophet | Even if we are doing all of the “right Christian things”, it is possible to still have a hardness of heart towards God, which can be revealed by a hardness towards other people. This sermon looks at how Jonah was hardened towards those outside of …

Loving the Other

Bible Text: Jonah 1:3-8 | Speaker: Scott Anderson | Series: Jonah: The Prodigal Prophet | Jonah was called to love those starkly different from him, or “the other”; yet, he ran in the opposite direction. Despite that, God used “the other” to draw Jonah back to himself. This sermon prompts us to consider where in our lives we are running …