A Little While

Our joy is not dependent on the circumstances of the world around us. This sermon looks at how when times are good and when times are bad, we need to remember that “this too shall pass.” We cannot depend on “successes” AND we cannot be be defeated by trials. We are more than conquerors through Jesus.

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.

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…

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 …

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 …

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…

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 3:23-25 – 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 …