Micah is written to Israel and Judah, for us, and about God. Micah focuses on the character of God, being just and merciful, and from that both a call for repentance and comfort from grace.
THE MISSION OF GOD
In this series on The Mission of God, each sermon examines in part the goal, method, fuel, end, and drama of missions.
The church is called to contend for the one true faith once for all delivered to the saints. What does it look like, then, for Christians to persevere to the end by resisting the false teachers and following the truth?
In the book of Nehemiah, God's people learn divine dependence and spiritual leadership.
The resurrection of Jesus Christ is central to the Christian faith. One of the most important things we can understand about the resurrection is Jesus' teachings on it himelf.
In his letter to the Ephesians Paul not only explores the blessings of being "in Christ", but also explains how it changes all of life.
THE CHARATERS OF CHRISTMAS
What can we learn from the people who were closest to the birth of Jesus Christ?
What does it mean to be a congregationally governed, pastor/elder-led, and deacon-served church?
The narrative of Joseph in Genesis 37-50 testifies to the providential work of God in bringing about his redemptive purposes, from the pit to the palace.
The book of James is about real-world wisdom. The theme of James is living out one’s faith, being a doer and not just a hearer of the word.
The Psalms are the hymn book of the faith, and this series offers sermons for the soul.
Paul writes to the young church in Colossae help them understand that becuase Christ is supreme over all things, He is also sufficent for all their needs.
Haggai challenges God's people to consider their ways by repenting and returning.
CREATION TO THE CRADLE
Genesis 1-3 offers the foundation for the entirety of Scripture. However, creation cannot be fully understood without the incarnation of Christ.
The Apostle Paul writes to a divided church to remind them of their unity in Jesus Christ, and how they are to demonstrate that unity in a lost and dark world.
THE BOOK OF DANIEL
Daniel reminds us that God is sovereign over history and empires. All of the kingdoms of this world will come to an end and will be replaced by the kingdom of God, which will never pass away
THE GOSPEL OF MARK
Who do you say Jesus is? In the first eight chapters of Mark, we learn that Jesus is the Christ and is the Son of God.
THE WONDER OF THE WORD
John 1 is one of the most beautiful expositions of the incarnation of Jesus Christ in the New Testament. In this series we explore the beauty of Christmas coming of our savior.
THE BOOK OF JOB
What does it take to learn to trust in God? Is genuine faith possible? Why is it that we only learn that God is all we need when God is all we have?
THE BOOK OF ACTS
God has a mission for His Church. God has given the Word and His Spirit to the Church to accomplish His mission. Acts is the story of the birth of the Church, it is our history.
THE CHRIST OF CHRISTMAS
The true gift of Christmas is Jesus Christ. In the New Testament, the epsitles help us understand the profound mystery of the incarnation, and the good news of Christmas.
The book of Proverbs is wisdom for everyday life rooted in the fear of God.
The book of Titus is about sustaining a healthy church, where gospel faithfulness ensures ministry fruitfulness.
The book of Joshua is a story about God's faithfulness and a call for His people to respond with courageous faithfulness.
God speaks. His people do not always listen, do they? In Malachi we hear God speak to a people who's hearts are far from Him. This is a message of justice and love.
In this two-part Easter series our pastors work through 1 Corinthians 15, and the implications of the resurrection for our lives.
If you distort the gospel of grace, you destroy the gospel of grace. In Galatians, the Apostle Paul proclaims "there is only one gospel!"
ADAM TO ADVENT
The Geneaology of Luke is not just a list of Biblical names, it is the story of the Advent of Jesus Christ. Every story in Scripture whispers his name.
Habakkuk teaches us to have confidence in God during the chaos of our lives. In this short but powerful book, we begin to understand how God forms us by delivering us "through" suffering, though not "out" of suffering.
THE LETTERS OF JOHN
The letters of John calls the church to the three basics of the Christian life: true doctrine, obedient living, and love for others. By these three things, we can know that we are truly born of God.
THE TEN COMMANDMENTS
The Ten Commandments are founded on grace, and it is out of that grace that Christians are called to live. Who God is and what He has done determines what His people must be and do.
The book of Ruth is a beautiful reminder of God's love demonstrated in His providential provision and protection. Ultimately, this story points beyond Naomi, Ruth, and Boaz - and to Jesus Christ, the true and greater redeemer.
THE PARABLES IN LUKE
The only way to truly grasp a parable is to allow the parable to to question your heart. Jesus' parables do just that. These stories search the heart of the listener and reveal our deepest needs.
How should we approach the deepest questions of life? The book of Ecclesiastes provides us with an honest assessment of life under the sun. As Christians, this helps us look beyond our horizons and behold the glory of our eternal King, which gives us lasting meaning and purpose.