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...

Last Sunday, Pastor Ken preached Part 1 of “The Church and Her Aged” from 2 Timothy 4:1-6. We considered Paul’s final exhortation to Timothy to faithfully follow Christ to the very end of life. This does not consist of a perfect life but a life submitted to God. We learned...

Last Sunday, John Henschen preached the sermon, “The Church and Her Adults,” from Ephesians 4:11-16. We saw that the church maintains unity through maturity. Mature Christians are those who embrace and serve with their gifting from the Lord (vv. 11-12), who pursue the goal of the measure of the stature...

Last Sunday, Pastor Jason Finley continued our series, The Church and Me,with a sermon from Luke 2:41-52 called “The Church and Her Youth.” We learned that we must find our identity in Jesus in order to experience abundant life. The abundant life of Jesus consists of worshiping Christ as our...

Last Sunday, Pastor Jason Finley began our new series, The Church and Me, with a sermon from 2 Timothy 3:14-17 called “The Church and Her Children.” We learned that the church must prepare her children to be steadfast in the face of hostility by imparting the truth to them, encouraging...

This past Sunday, Will Jackson preached from Psalm 115, closing out our summer series in the Psalms. He called us to worship God alone, not for our sake, but for the sake of His steadfast love and faithfulness. We were given an exhortation to remember God, cast down idols, and...

Last Sunday, Ryan Heard encouraged us from Psalm 139 to live intimately with God, remembering that he is our all-knowing keeper, ever-present sustainer, and loving creator. As we do, we will grow in our love for God and hatred of unrighteousness. This, in turn, will lead us to further invite...

This past Sunday, Pastor Ken preached from Psalm 103. He called us to remember God’s steadfast love in practicing worship as a spiritual discipline. As we continually call ourselves to remember who God is and what he has done, this leads us to respond to Him in worship. Then, as...

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