Oct 18, 2015
Living by the Spirit
Series: Misc
In the beginning of Galatians 5, Paul reminds us that we should quit trying to be slaves to things we have been freed from. As he closes the chapter, he shows us what a life led by the Spirit should look like.
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  • Oct 18, 2015Living by the Spirit
    Oct 18, 2015
    Living by the Spirit
    Series: Misc
    In the beginning of Galatians 5, Paul reminds us that we should quit trying to be slaves to things we have been freed from. As he closes the chapter, he shows us what a life led by the Spirit should look like.
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  • Oct 11, 2015Be Free
    Oct 11, 2015
    Be Free
    Series: Misc
    In Galatians 5, Paul writes about the freedom we have in Christ. Even though we have been set free, we often return to the things that made us slaves. In the case of the church at Galatia, it was traditions that they tried to bind on each other. What keeps us from truly being free?
    Sermon - Be Free
  • Oct 4, 2015Peace of God
    Oct 4, 2015
    Peace of God
    Series: Misc
    In difficult times, it is helpful to remember that God is still present and that He offers peace. Today we explore two passages about calming our fears and finding His peace.
    Sermon - Peace of God
  • Sep 27, 2015Flying Away
    Sep 27, 2015
    Flying Away
    Between his resurrection and ascension, Jesus made several appearances to individuals and groups. As we close our series on the life of Jesus this week, we will talk about some of those appearances, the reasons they may have happened and the job he left for us to do.
    Sermon - Flying Away
  • Sep 20, 2015Words From the Cross
    Sep 20, 2015
    Words From the Cross
    During his crucifixion, Jesus makes seven statements that are recorded in the gospels. Each of them tells us something about who he is and what he found to be important.
    Sermon - Words from the Cross
  • Sep 13, 2015Betrayal and Denial
    Sep 13, 2015
    Betrayal and Denial
    Twelve apostles would follow Jesus for three years of ministry. Near the end, one would betray him and another would deny him. In those watershed moments, they each had to decide what to do next. The paths Judas and Peter chose could not be more different. In the aftermath of our greatest mistakes, we have the opportunity to choose the direction our stories will turn.
    Sermon - Betrayal and Denial
  • Sep 6, 2015Where God Lives
    Sep 6, 2015
    Where God Lives
    Series: Misc
    In the Old Testament, God gave instructions on how to assemble the tabernacle and later on how to build the temple. Those were the places that priests had access to God and could seek forgiveness for the people. In Ephesians 2, Paul explains the much better access we have to God under the new law. We are now citizens of His kingdom, and His Spirit lives within us.
    Sermon - Where God Lives
  • Aug 30, 2015As I Have Done
    Aug 30, 2015
    As I Have Done
    In John 13, Jesus and his disciples are at a table preparing for a meal, when he begins to make his way around the table and washes each of their feet. He gives them and us an incredible example of what it means to be a servant.
    Sermon - As I Have Done
  • Aug 23, 2015Sheep and Goats
    Aug 23, 2015
    Sheep and Goats
    When we think about what we need to do about judgment and eternity, our minds often go to things like repentance or baptism. When Jesus paints the picture of judgment in Matthew 25, he emphasizes something much different: service. When our faith is at work, it changes how we treat the "least of these".
    Sermon - Sheep and Goats
  • Aug 16, 2015Figs, Love and Coins
    Aug 16, 2015
    Figs, Love and Coins
    These three stories from Mark 11 and 12 might seem unrelated on the surface, but they share a common thread. If we are to bear the fruit of being Christians in our lives, what should that look like? How will it affect the way we treat others and can it even change the way we spend our money and time? When Jesus runs across a fig tree, these questions begin to be answered.
    Sermon - Figs, Love and Coins
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