Please enjoy listening to a few of our latest messages.
Sermon outlines and/or 3 day devotions corresponding with the message are posted if available.
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AUDIO of the MESSAGES:
Sermon Series: Set Your Face
The Gospel of Luke says, “When the days drew near for him to be taken up, he set his face to go to Jerusalem” (Luke 9:51). The rest of Luke’s Gospel is Jesus’ journey to Jerusalem to die. Along the way, Jesus teaches, performs miracles, and eats meals, but his face is continually set on Jerusalem - on his death. His invitation to us is to lose our life so that we might gain the fullness of life in Him. Where do you set your face? As you work, parent, go to school, and go throughout your day where do you set your face? Is it your comfort or cost? Wants or needs? Sin your savior? This world or God’s kingdom? This series will explore what it means to join in with the work and life of Jesus as we set our face on His Kingdom alone.
Sermon Series: The Prayer Life of Jesus
One of the most effective ways to learn is to study and apply best practices! Over four, non consecutive Sundays, we’ll explore the prayer life of Jesus from his intentional intimacy with the Father, into his own unanswered prayers, to his present-day unceasing intercession for the purpose of applying his example to our own.
Sermon Series: The Book of Titus
(one message will be given each month this fall)
In this cultural moment, the world needs beauty. There is much hate, division, and death that fill our feeds, screens, and thoughts. The Church can fill this gap with beauty! The task of the Church is to be an agent of transformation and make Jesus and His kingdom compellingly beautiful in the public square. Devotion to Jesus and the common good will show the beauty of our message about the generous grace of God to all people. According to Paul, in the book of Titus, this task is done through wise participation in culture rather than assimilating to it or waging war against it. In this series, we will unpack Paul’s paradigm of what beautiful resistance and participation in culture looks like and how we can make Jesus and His kingdom and His way compellingly beautiful in a world that desperately needs it.
Sermon Series: Love Up Close
Hospitality is love up close. It can be easy to love at a distance, reaching out to others with tidy little events at church or ministry site. That’s fine, but it’s not hospitality. By contrast, hospitality engages, involves, and connects our neighbors. The reality of others’ lives overlaps with the reality of our lives. Accordingly, hospitality can be really messy. Yet when we risk having our messy lives intersect, God works in powerful ways.