Philippians 1:9-11- A Prayer for Partners

This sermon looks at how love and knowledge or truth are both necessary components in true Agape love. You need both. The healthiest love is one fully informed by the content and wisdom of God’s Word. Through scripture, we see that Jesus modeled truth and love together.

Thinking Rightly in Relationships: Philippians 1:7-11

This sermons looks at how we as members of the body of Christ should emulate the example Paul gave us in his interactions with the people of Philippi, and view others in terms of their relationship with Christ, through which God is completing a good work in them.

Immeasurably More Challenge

As the time to move into our new building draws near, we are struck by how much God has provided thus far, and by the need we still have. This sermon looks specifically at how God equipped the Israelites to be able to give towards the construction of the Tabernacle and our belief that God does the same in the …

Meeting Philippi

Kicking off our Philippians series through an introduction to the people of Philippi, this sermon looks at how inviting God into our circumstances can allow us to receive joy, no matter the hardship we may be walking through.

Meeting Philippi

November 1, 2020
Kicking off our Philippians series through an introduction to the people of Philippi, this sermon looks at how inviting God into our circumstances can allow us to receive joy, no…

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 …

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.

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 …