Last Sunday, Pastor Ken preached the sermon “God Humbles the Proud and Exalts the Humble” from Daniel 4. Through Nebuchadnezzar’s recounting of God humbling him in the midst of his prideful kingship, we considered how we too need God’s intervention to lead us to daily repentance from pride and to...

Last Sunday, Pastor Jason preached the sermon “Conflict, Trials, and the God Who Delivers” from Daniel 3. Like Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, we too must trust God who is faithful to be with and deliver us through fiery trials in life, even if those trials demand our very lives. For...

Last Sunday, Pastor Jeremy finished Daniel 1 with the sermon, “Living as Believers in a Pagan Culture.” We learned from Daniel and his friends that in order to remain faithful to the true King while sojourning through this life, we must pursue holiness, stand firm in what we believe, resist...

Last Sunday, Jeremy Chasteen began our new series, Daniel: Hope that Motivates Faithfulness, with a sermon called “Prepared to Serve the King,” from Daniel 1:1-7. We learned that like Daniel and his friends, we too find ourselves as sojourners in a foreign land that is ruled by a foreign king...

Last Sunday, Chad Ferrell preached the sermon, “The Kingdom Is Better,” from Matthew 13:44-46. We learned that the Kingdom of Christ is better than anything this world has to offer because it is worth more than anything else, and it alone fills us with true joy. At the end of...

Last Sunday, Pastor Ken closed out our series, The Church and Me, with Part 2 of “The Church and Her Aged,” from 2 Timothy 4:1-22. Over the last two Sundays, we learned three attributes of a life submitted to God.A person who is fully submitted to God will: 1) Exhort...