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  • Evolution of Faith (Week 4)

    Evolution Of Faith
     (Week 4)

    April 29: Inexpressible Joy


    Too often Christians see joy as something that has to wait until heaven. But Peter tells us that we can be filled with an inexpressible right here and right now as faith fills us with the joy of knowing Jesus as our Savior.

  • Evolution of Faith (Week 3)

    Evolution Of Faith
     (Week 3)

    April 22: Be Happy (In God)!


    Life in God’s family is not pain free. Peter is honest about suffering, grief, and “all kinds of trials.” But he also tells us God’s plan for our pain—to refine us and lead us to a greater desire to see God face to face.

  • Evolution of Faith (Week 2)

    Evolution Of Faith
     (Week 2)

    April 15: Evolve from Fear to Peace


    Peter praises God for the riches of the inheritance of God’s kids, riches that can’t fade, riches that are kept in heaven and shielded by God’s power. When we were reborn into God’s family, we became filthy rich with spiritual blessings.

  • Evolution of Faith (Week 1)

    Evolution Of Faith
     (Week 1)

    April 8: Evolve from Apathy to Praise


    Everyone wants hope, the firm belief that something better is coming. That’s exactly what Easter brings. The resurrection of Jesus gives us a “new birth into a living hope,” raising us from dead end “hopes” and giving us something to live for.

  • Vintage: Changing Times. Changeless God. (Week 4)

    Vintage: Changing Times. Changeless God.
     (Week 4)

    (A Study on the Book of Romans)

    June 25: The Word's Best Words 


    When so much changes in our lives, we long for peace. We ache for something certain that we can stand firm upon, even in times of pain and suffering. We find that very thing in Romans 5, an unfailing love that inspires us to rejoice even when life is tough.

  • Shalom (Week 2)

    Shalom (Week 2)

    January 22:  Think God's Thoughts  
    Notes / Podcast / Video
    10 Tips To Sanctuary Success 

    “Though it costs all you have, get knowledge,” the proverb urges. It’s worth more than silver or gold. This year has potential to see a great increase in our knowledge about God. But it won’t be easy. The pursuit of frivolous things tempts to make us too busy to stop and think and learn. This message is about the importance of knowing God through his Word and cultivating a strong spiritual habit in 2017.

  • Shalom (Week 1)

    Shalom (Week 1)

    January 15:  Honor God With Your Body  
    Notes / Podcast / Video

    “Call upon me in the day of trouble.” If you didn’t know the words, you might assume that was the latest marketing pitch for chocolate chip ice cream or a bottle of Moscato. Food has a subtle way of trying to replacing God in our lives. The obesity epidemic in America is not primarily an issue of weight, but of worship. This sermon explores the spiritual dynamic of food and puts God back in his rightful place, on the throne of our heart in our (hopefully) healthier temple.