Loved

Bible Text: Galatians 3:27-4:7 | Speaker: Jeff Noble | Series: Galatians | This sermon examines our adoption into the Kingdom of God, and how if we as believers cling to the law and our minimal ability to fulfill it, we will miss the intimacy that is offered to us in our relationship with God. We are treated as heirs and …

Loved

May 17, 2020
This sermon examines our adoption into the Kingdom of God, and how if we as believers cling to the law and our minimal ability to fulfill it, we will miss…

Galatians 3:10-13 – A Curse For Legalists

Bible Text: Galatians 3:10-14 | Speaker: Jeff Noble | Series: Galatians | Jeff Noble preaches on how those who have been saved by faith will live by righteousness, but a life of righteousness requires complete perfection- no sin, at all. We do not have to attempt to achieve this perfection through legalism, because Jesus became sin for us and makes …

Palm Sunday: An Authority Announcement

Bible Text: Matthew 21:1-17 | Speaker: Jeff Noble | Jeff Noble preaches on the triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday, and how his authority is confirmed through the fulfillment of prophecies. He discusses how the Pharisees reflect our own tendencies to chafe against authority, and how the change of the crowds from supporting Jesus to calling for …

Jeff Noble preaches on the triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday, and how his authority is confirmed through the fulfillment of prophecies. He discusses how the Pharisees…

Don’t Give Up

Bible Text: Luke 18:1-8 | Speaker: Jeff Noble | Series: Jeff’s Favorite Scriptures | In the last of the mini-series on “Jeff’s favorite scriptures,” we look at how Jesus urged us to pray always and not give up. Learn what persistence in prayer means and does for our walk of faith and life in the world.

Created & Called: Genesis 27- Doubly Duped

Bible Text: Genesis 27 | Speaker: Jeff Noble | Series: Created and Called | This sermon examines Jacob and Esau, and the ways that Jacob deceived his father to take Esau’s blessing. In Jacob’s “performance act” and through Esau’s desperation we see that God uses both for redemption, and that we can look to Jesus to be free from performing.

Created and Called: Genesis 25 – An Unhealthy Appetite

Bible Text: Genesis 25:27-34 | Speaker: Matt Kesler | Series: Created and Called | This sermon looks at the story of Jacob and Esau, and how Esau was governed by his appetite trading his birthright for a bowl of stew. From this we can learn to invite the Lord into orienting our minds for a long term perspective instead of …

Created & Called: Genesis 23 – When Death is a Door

Bible Text: Genesis 23 | Speaker: Jeff Noble | Series: Created and Called | This sermon examines the way Abraham grieved Sarah’s death, and more specifically the way Abraham accepted her death as simply her passage from life on earth to life with Jesus. From Abraham’s example we are able to understand that death has no power over those who …

Created & Called: Genesis 20 – The Lost Art of Lament

Bible Text: Genesis 20 | Speaker: Jeff Noble | Series: Created and Called | This message gives an in depth look at Abraham’s interaction with King Abimelek, and how that relates to the lamenting of our sin, and the process of grieving over the brokenness of our lives. Through Abraham and Abimelek’s story we learn that the Bible embraces lament …

All Things ARE New

Bible Text: Luke 4:18-19 | Speaker: Jeff Noble | Series: All Things New This first message in the series “All Things New” focuses on the reality that in Jesus, all things ARE new. Our BELIEF in that reality will impact our EXPERIENCE of that reality.

This first message in the series "All Things New" focuses on the reality that in Jesus, all things ARE new. Our BELIEF in that reality will impact our EXPERIENCE of…