Sermons
The preaching of God's Word is an essential part of who we are as a church, and we work our way through the Bible verse-by-verse. We want to know what Scripture passages mean, and how they apply to our lives.

Recent Sermons

January 31, 2021
Does Heaven sound boring to you? (The first 30 seconds of this sermon have an audio problem) This is a sermon from a couple years ago because we had to cancel church this morning.
January 24, 2021
Jesus faced some complex, charged situations. How did he handle them? What can we learn from that?
January 17, 2021
There are three types of why questions that can be asked (that I can't think of). First, the one that Jesus asked in our text last week - one that instructs the hearers. Second, the type that my children would ask when they were a toddler - they were curious and trying to figure out things. The third type of why is what we are looking at today.
January 10, 2021
What are the questions that Jesus asked? Why did he ask them? What did it feel like for the people he asked the questions of?
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Sermon Series

This sermon series explains how God weaves together Genesis through Revelation to craft the best story ever. Each Sunday we will look at one book of the Bible, showing how that book contributes to the Bible's story.

From time to time sermons are given that are not a part of a series. You will find those sermons here.

After a year like 2020, people are ready for some good news! Join us as we look at the best news there ever was. It is in Roman style because this series covers The Gospel According to Mark. Mark wrote from Rome, and his audience was the people of Rome. He gets right to the point!

This series was completed in late summer 2021 and contains 31 sermons.

Habakkuk takes us to a raw reality that few other Scripture books do. He says things that you and I wouldn’t dare to say out loud. And then, God commands him to write them down for our benefit. Let’s get raw and real with God as we study this book.

This series is from fall 2020 and contains six sermons.