Waiting for Jesus includes living a life that bears witness. This sermon explores what that looks like.
What does it mean to wait well for Jesus to come back?
God with us reveals the thoughts of the heart. What does God find inside of yours?
To a church that sometimes finds worship of God, flat, stale, or boring, the shepherds remind us humility is essential to hearing the gospel, seeing its evidence, and worshipping as a result.
Christmas sentimentality is often an escape plan from real life. This sermon explores God with us in real life, contrasted against the mindless fluff land Christmas too easily becomes.
"God With Us" will take us into New Frontiers, frontiers in which we will be asked to believe the unbelievable, something easier said than done. This sermon explores the challenges and blessing of believing God's promises.
Prayer is a way to hear what God says about us. In a world in which human acceptance is limited, prayer is a gift. It is an experience of acceptance.
Peter and John remind us what it looks like when people believe the best story to tell is the story of Jesus.
God's mission invades cultural and social norms to make reconciliation between unlikely parties possible.
An exploration of the common faith practices we hold In Common.