Born This Day
December 25, 2022 | 1 Sermon
The story of Jesus' birth has been told for more than 2,000 years. So this is a story we know well. We know who was involved. We know when it took place. We know where it happened.
But because we know this story so well, we take it for granted. In this sermon, we'll take a fresh look at the story of Jesus' birth and we'll be reminded of how Jesus' birth changed everything.
The Best Christmas Ever
November 27-December 18, 2022 | 4 Sermons
Each year, we all dream of having the best Christmas ever. But no matter how hard we try our Christmas cookies still burn, our Christmas lights get tangled, and we strike on at least a few of the gifts we want to buy.
So instead of trying to make this the best Christmas ever, what would happen if you made the best of whatever this Christmas brings?
November 20, 2022 | 1 Sermon
Jesus was once teaching more than 5,000 people. As he taught, the day drew on and Jesus knew the crowd was getting hungry. But in that moment, it seemed like there was nothing that could be done for the crowd. There were just too many people and not enough resources to go around.
But Jesus fed all of those people with just a few fish and a couple loaves of bread, reminding us that in God's hands even the tiniest resources can accomplish incredible things.
The Promised Land
October 16-November 13, 2022 | 5 Sermons
In the Bible, the Promised Land is the place where God used Abraham and his descendants to bless all the people of the earth. But even though we may not have a plot of land that was important to our ancestors, there is a place where God wants to use you too.
But finding that place isn't always easy. In this series, we'll explore how the people of Israel were able to overcome obstacles to return to the Promised Land.
To My Friend Who Left the Faith
October 2-9, 2022 | 2 Sermons
Do you know someone who has left the church because of something that the church did to them or didn't do for them?
In this series, we'll be exploring reasons why some of our friends have left our faith. And we'll see what we can do to help them rebuild their relationship with God.
September 4-25, 2022 | 4 Sermons
From starting at a new school to moving to a new place...life is filled with changes and transitions. So how do you keep moving forward in healthy ways?
In this series, we'll be talking about things that you can do today to help you move forward whenever changes happen in your life.
August 7-28, 2022 | 4 Sermons
From the ongoing war in Ukraine, to the downturn in our economy, to the recent surge in COVID-19...there is a lot that we can worry about. And this doesn't even begin to talk about the stress we face in our daily lives.
So what are you supposed to do when all of this stress gets to be too much? In this sermon, we'll talk about practical things you can do to help you when you're feeling overwhelmed.
July 3-31, 2022 | 5 Sermons
A mirror is used to reflect light...as followers of Jesus, we are called to do the exact same thing. We are called to reflect the light of Jesus into the darkness of the world around us.
Unfortunately, we sometime get it wrong and, instead of being a reflection of Jesus, we expect Jesus to be a reflection of us. So, in this series, we'll explore how we can do a better job of reflect Jesus in our lives.
Back At It
June 19-26, 2022 | 2 Sermons
With Summer here things can get a little crazy. And with all of that crazy, other things can kind of fall to the side, like our relationship with God. So, what do we do when we find ourselves falling away from Christ? How do we get back into an intimate relationship with Jesus?
During this sermon series we'll explore how we can get back at it in our relationship with God.
What To Do When You Don't Know What To Do
May 29-June 12, 2022 | 3 Sermons
After the mass shooting that have recently taken place in Uvalde, TX and Buffalo, NY, many of us are struggling to figure out how we can move forward. It feels like there are just some problems that are too big to solve.
But does that mean we should just give up? Or do we need to find some way to keep moving forward? In this series, we'll talk about what to do when you don't know what to do.
The Bible Doesn't Say That
April 24-May 22, 2022 | 5 Sermons
There are simple phrases that we have all heard before that sound Christian...like something you might find in the Bible. But what happens when they're not in the Bible?
In this sermon series, we'll explore some popular phrases we hear in church that aren't in the Bible. And we'll see that even if these phrases have an element of truth, they're still in direct conflict with what the Bible actually teaches.
April 10-17 | 3 Services
There are times when Easter Sunday can feel like just another historical event. And since we have all witnessed moments that have defined generations - like the moon landing or 9/11 - we think we can understand the importance of Easter.
But Easter is so much more than just another historical event. Easter is a personal event where God shows how much he loves you.
No Easy Answers
March 6-April 3, 2022 | 5 Sermons
Some questions have an easy answer..like we all know that 2+2=4. But no every question has an easy answer. And that's especially true when it comes to our faith. Like, we've all wondered why bad things happen to good people.
Well, just because something isn't easy that doesn't mean it should be avoided. So, in this series, we'll wrestle with questions of faith that have no easy answers.
Faith, Hope, & Love
February 13-27, 2022 | 3 Sermons
Great football players are defined by their size, strength, and what they accomplish on the field...but what defines us as Christians?
Are we defined by attending worship services or carrying a Bible? Or is there some other essential quality that shows we are following Jesus? In this sermon, we'll be talking about the qualities that make us Christians.
December 26, 2021 - February 6, 2022 | 7 Sermons
A mosaic is a type of art that is made by arranging smaller pieces to form a bigger picture. But there isn't a single piece in a mosaic that reveals the whole picture.
Throughout the Gospels, we get small pieces to help us see who Jesus is. But it's not until we put all of these pieces together that we can appreciate the bigger picture of who Jesus really is and what that means for us.