Last Sunday, Pastor Ken preached on 2 Peter 1:1-11 and helped us see that assurance rests upon the finished work of Christ, is based on our new identity in Him, and is strengthened by the spiritual growth that He supplies. In this way, we were encouraged to cooperate with God’s...

Last week, Pastor Ken preached from Isaiah 40, encouraging us with the truth that the Lord gives power to those who acknowledge their weakness and wait on Him. Read: 2 Peter 1:1-11 This Sunday, Pastor Ken will preach from 2 Peter 1:1-11 and will exhort us to cooperate with God’s work in...

Last week, Pastor Jeremy finished our series, The King’s Sermon: On Earth as It is in Heaven. He challenged us, the King’s people, to build our lives based on the unchangeable, deeply rooted truth in the King’s words. Jesus says in Matthew 24:35, “Heaven and earth will pass away, but...

On Easter Sunday, we celebrated from Matthew 27:31-28:20 the good news that Christ the King made salvation possible through his death, burial, and resurrection. Through the event of the cross, Jesus served as the great substitute for our sins before Holy God. Now, because he has risen back to life,...

Last Sunday, Pastor Ken began to close out our series, The King’s Sermon: On Earth as It is in Heaven, with a message from Matthew 7:12-23. Here, Christ calls his hearers to consider carefully their response to His sermon. There are only two possible responses, as illustrated by the narrow and...

Last Sunday, Pastor Josh preached Matthew 7:1-12 and we were challenged to evaluate our posture before others and before God. This Sunday, we come to the next-to-last message in our series The King’s Sermon: On Earth as It is in Heaven. Read: Matthew 7:13-23 Pastor Ken will preach from Matthew 7:13-23, as...

Last Sunday, Pastor Jeremy preached from Matthew 6:25-34, and we saw that sinful anxiety reveals that we are not relying on, trusting, and seeking after God. Read: Matthew 7:1-12 This Lord’s Day, our church will continue its series, The King’s Sermon: On Earth as It is in Heaven. Pastor Josh will preach...

Last Sunday, Pastor Ken preached on the Lord’s Prayer from Matthew 6:7-15. We learned that this prayer serves as a pattern for how we should pray and for what we should pray. Simply stated, we should pray together, to our heavenly Father, that he would be glorified, and that he...

Last Sunday, we considered how Christians delight in the sight of God through secret prayer and secret fasting, from Matthew 6:5-8, 16-18. Pure prayer and fasting are rooted in a genuine desire for communion with God and conformity to the image of Christ, not a desire to be seen as...

Last Sunday, Pastor Jason preached from Matthew 6:1-4, challenging us to delight in the sight of God. We were warned about the perils of man's praise and encouraged with the promise of God's reward. Read: Matthew 6:5-8, 16-18 This Lord’s Day, pastor Ken will continue our series, “The King’s Sermon: On Earth...