Last Sunday, Pastor Jason Finley preached the sermon: “Grace Preserves Our Unity” from 2 Corinthians 1:12-22. Apparently, the Corinthians were offended that Paul had changed his travel plans to not visit the Corinthians as he had originally intended. They called into question Paul’s integrity and therefore the integrity of Paul’s...

Last Sunday, Pastor Ken preached the sermon called “God’s Sovereign Purpose for Suffering,” from 2 Corinthians 1:3-11. We learned that through our suffering, God equips us to minister to others and cultivates our maturity in Christ. This ultimately looks like comforting others with the same comfort that we have received...

Last Sunday, Pastor Ken began a new series in 2 Corinthians called Sufficiency in Christ with a sermon from 2 Corinthians 1:1-4. We considered the truth that God comforts us in our suffering so that we can comfort others in their suffering. Read: 2 Corinthians 1:3-11 This Sunday, Pastor Ken will continue...

Last Sunday, Pastor Jason closed the series Christ Intercedes with a sermon from John 17:20-26. We considered the truth that true unity is not something believers pursue or manufacture but a reflection of our common union with Christ. Union with Christ is a spiritual connection with Christ and the numerous...

Last Sunday, Pastor Jason preached the sermon “Hope to Endure” from John 17:6-19. Through Jesus’ High Priestly prayer, we learned that we may find hope to endure this life by remembering we are saved by Jesus’ grace, kept by Jesus’ power, blessed with Jesus’ joy, and sanctified in the truth. Read:...

Last Sunday, Pastor Ken began a new series in John 17 called Christ Intercedes with the sermon: “Do You Have a Passion for God’s Glory?” from John 17:1-5. Ken exhorted us to grow in our passion to glorify God by beholding the cross of Christ, by growing as a disciple...

Last Sunday, Pastor Ken preached the sermon called “The Privilege of Prayer” from Hebrews 4:14-16. When we consider the privilege of prayer, we will be motivated to pray. Prayer is a privilege because Jesus is our great High Priest, is able to sympathize with us, and has made a way...

Last Sunday, Ryan Heard closed our Christmas series with the final reason for the incarnation of Jesus Christ, namely that Jesus came to destroy the works of the devil (1 John 3:8). In recap of our series, Jesus came in order to: 1) Give life. 2) Take away sin. 3)...

Last Sunday, Pastor Jason Finley preached on the second reason for the incarnation of Jesus Christ from 1 John 3:5: Jesus came as a sinless Savior to take away our sins. We were exhorted to remember three points: 1) Jesus is the promised Messiah. 2) Jesus is the sin-bearer. 3)...

Last Sunday, Pastor Ken began our Christmas series, Why Jesus Came: Three Reasons for the Incarnation. We considered the first reason for Jesus’ incarnation: that he might give life (1 John 1:1-4). As we saw in this passage, the essence of true life in Christ is living together in restored...