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Advent Sermon Series

“The Word became flesh and dwelt among us. We observed his glory, the glory as the one and only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth” (John 1:14). Nowhere else can one read such surprising words! At Christmas, we celebrate the incarnation of the Son of God – Jesus, the One who has […]

New Sermon Series

Exodus is one of those books that many begin and few finish. It’s like a movie that shifts from action to drama halfway through. But to check out too early is to miss the point of the book as a whole. Exodus is about the power and presence of God. He is the main actor. […]

New Sermon Series

Mission starts with prayer. Jesus told his disciples, “The harvest is abundant, but the workers are few. Therefore, pray to the Lord of the harvest to send out workers into his harvest” (Luke 10:2). God’s mission is to reap a harvest of people who believe on His Son and find eternal life in Him. In a secular […]

New Sermon Series

Starting Sunday, March 10th, we’ll be embarking on a sermon series in John’s Gospel as we consider the meaning and message of Jesus’ Upper Room Discourse in John 13-17. These texts will pave the way for us to contemplate the lessons of discipleship we are to learn in the Lenten Season, which will prepare us […]

Advent Sermon Series

The Christmas season is upon us. As we hear the holiday music and are beckoned to buy gifts and cash in on sales, we’re reminded that we live in a culture that hates to wait. Christmas morning certainly has its unique joy, but often it is followed by quick burnout and letdown. The season of […]

A New Sermon Series in Mark’s Gospel

When we started as a church, we began our first sermon series in the Gospel of Mark. From chapters 8-16 we considered that the way of discipleship for the Christian is the way of the cross. Those were important weeks in the life of our church. We started out with the sober call from Jesus […]

A New Sermon Series in the Book of James

What does faith look like? It’s common for many people to claim they have faith in Christ, and simply mean that they assent to certain theological facts. But this is not faith as the Bible defines it. Faith is eternally important. Our sermon series in Galatians last year made that abundantly clear. The question still […]

Faithful in the Famine: The Story of Ruth

The story of Ruth is about an immigrant widow who seeks a new life after bitterly losing much that she has loved. It’s a story of uncertainty, risk, and resolve. It’s a story of God’s love and faithfulness in the midst of sorrow and confusion. It’s a story, amongst many in the Bible, that shows […]

The Church Gathered

Why do we gather for worship? Why do we sing? Why do we listen to a sermon? Why do we do all the things we do on Sunday mornings? From stuffy traditionalism to glitzy emotivism (and everything in between), every church has a liturgy. Liturgy not only is formative in the life of the church, but […]