A 52-week roadmap through Bible books and passages including Genesis, Habakkuk, Ephesians, Revelation, and more.
With this one-week New Year’s sermon, the congregation will walk through Paul’s hopeful and encouraging prayer for the church in Colossae. Paul prays that the Colossian believers will be filled with God’s knowledge and put it into practice.
This four-week sermon series encourages congregants to explore God’s Word and equips them with basic hermeneutical principles that will help them engage with Scripture and correctly interpret its texts. In this series, we will cover topics such as Jesus as the Word of God, the relationship between the Old Testament and the New Testament, Scripture as God-breathed, and the Bible as a book that is living and active.
Genesis is the first book of the Bible for two of the major world religions. But what is in it? What does it have to say and how does this teach us about Jesus? This nine week series on Genesis will look at some of the foundational stories found in the first book of the Bible.
This stand-alone Easter sermon looks at Paul’s declaration that Jesus is the firstfruits of those who have died. While the first, Jesus is not the last to rise from the dead.
This three-week series unpacks three of Jesus’s “lost” parables: the lost sheep, the lost coin, and the lost son. By understanding God’s heart for sinners and for bringing the lost to him, we can celebrate salvation and conversion with generous and joyful hearts.
The church in Ephesus is a unique look into the first-century church as, through the lens of Scripture, we can look at its growth and development through multiple books of the Bible. This six-week series looks at the development of the church in Ephesus through Acts, Ephesians, and the Pastoral Epistles.
This six-week series looks at some of the passages in the Bible that don’t sit well with most “modern” readers. Passages like the imprecatory Psalms, story of Judah and Tamar, Jesus dismissing the gentile woman at the dinner table, his command to hate our families, etc.. By exploring several places which challenge our understanding of the Bible and God, we can strengthen our faith and find unexpected blessings in God’s Word.
This four-week series focuses on Psalm 23. Each week will focus on different aspects of God as the Shepherd of our lives and our calling to give ourselves over into his complete care.
This four-week series will dive into the difficult topic of how we can trust God when he seems silent and distant. Habakkuk, one of the Minor Prophets, faced many of the same questions and objections that we still face today: Where is God in the midst of injustice? Why doesn’t God do something about wickedness and suffering? How can I still trust God when what I believe in my heart doesn’t match what I see with my eyes?
This sermon series explores the book of Revelation and helps us read Revelation as a book of hope and comfort, not a cipher with secret insights into the end times. It walks through eight passages focusing on the sovereignty of God and his plan to right every wrong.
We describe the Christmas season as being full of comfort and joy—and Isaiah 40:1–5 has a lot to say about that. This series unpacks the passage and reminds us that God through Jesus has brought comfort in our pain and joy through salvation; because of this, we can prepare our lives for redemption and proclaim Jesus to the world.
New Year is an opportunity for people to take stock of their life, think about the future, and make some changes. But the number one thing people need to remember to focus upon is God and his power, beauty, and glory. This one-week message is for New Years.
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