The Choice to Belong

This sermon looks at how Ruth and Naomi’s desire to unite with people of God is an example of how we as Christians are called to join in relationship with the Church- the body of Christ. Ruth’s allegiance to Namoi is also a clear depiction of Christ’s allegiance to His church, which in turn emphasizes the value of membership and …

The Choice to Belong

October 25, 2020
This sermon looks at how Ruth and Naomi's desire to unite with people of God is an example of how we as Christians are called to join in relationship with…

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…

What You Should Be Afraid Of

What should we fear? In this sermon Jeff uses Romans 8:31-39 to remind us that when we fear God, we see clearly to fear nothing and no one. We are able to step out with a sense of compassion and urgency to share the Gospel with the lost.

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 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 …

Galatians 4:21-31 – Who’s Your Momma?

Bible Text: Galatians 4:21-31 | Speaker: Jeff Noble | Series: Galatians | On one side there’s religious bondage, and on the other is spiritual freedom. Paul teaches the Galatians about the joy of a love relationship with Christ and how legalists will always try to rob us of simple faith.

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 3:14-22 – What Do We Do With the Law?

Bible Text: Galatians 3:14-22 | Speaker: Matt Simpson | Series: Galatians | Truths to be reminded of: 1. No one has ever been justified by works. Ever. 2. God doesn’t change. Ever. 3. The Law exposes that on your best day, you are as desperately wicked as your worst day. Always. 4. The Law did not give life and your …

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…