Being Known

What does it mean to be truly known? This sermon looks at how in the age of social media and constant texting, we place cheap and shallow connections on an altar. In John 4, the Samaritan woman met Jesus at the well, and she was rid of her shame and guilt. When we truly experience Jesus and allow ourselves to …

Being Known

October 11, 2020
What does it mean to be truly known? This sermon looks at how in the age of social media and constant texting, we place cheap and shallow connections on an…

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…

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…

Obsessed with the Cross

Bible Text: Galatians 6:11-18 | Speaker: Matt Simpson | Series: Galatians | What is truly important is being a “new creation.” Works don’t please God, power, acclaim doesn’t please or impress him, what he wants from us is to become a new creation in Christ. If that is how we can summarize Galatians, then we should be concerned about knowing …

What is truly important is being a “new creation.” Works don’t please God, power, acclaim doesn’t please or impress him, what he wants from us is to become a new…

Fruits of the Spirit

Bible Text: Galatians 5:16-25 | Speaker: Darrell Cook | Series: Galatians | When looking at the fruits of the spirit, we must realize that resisting the desires of the flesh is not about willpower or our own strength, it is about our faith in God and love for God, and the fruits that come of it. This passage is not …

When looking at the fruits of the spirit, we must realize that resisting the desires of the flesh is not about willpower or our own strength, it is about our…

Galatians 5:1-6 – Freedom!

Bible Text: Galatians 5:1-6 | Speaker: Jeff Noble | Series: Galatians | This message examines the promise of freedom that Jesus gives those who follow Him and examines the temptation to align oneself with causes and movements (even good ones) that distract us from the one, true gospel. Christians must hold out the hope of Jesus alone for the problems …

This message examines the promise of freedom that Jesus gives those who follow Him and examines the temptation to align oneself with causes and movements (even good ones) that distract…

Galatians 3:23-25 – A Family of Royalty

Bible Text: Galatians 3:23-25 | Speaker: Jeff Noble | Series: Galatians | This sermon examines how as we grow in faith and in love for Jesus, it is sometimes all too easy to slip into a pattern of legalism, in which we believe that it is our works that justify us rather than our faith. But the patterns of evil …

Easter: A New Normal

Bible Text: Matthew 28:1-8, Mark 16:1-8, Luke 24:1-6, John 20:1-4 | Speaker: Jeff Noble | The first hours of the first Easter Sunday were full of chaos and confusion. Angels, soldiers, disciples running, and reports of a risen Jesus. How would Jesus’ resurrection impact what the disciples thought was their “new normal?”

Easter: A New Normal

April 12, 2020
The first hours of the first Easter Sunday were full of chaos and confusion. Angels, soldiers, disciples running, and reports of a risen Jesus. How would Jesus' resurrection impact what…