Salvation

Sermon for March 17th, 2019 Walk the road of Calvary with Jesus. Along the way, you will discover what areas of your life are stumbling blocks and how dying to self will enable you to rise to new life with Him. What better time to set out on that journey than the Lenten season? The Crucified Life series will examine human suffering as it is mirrored in Christ’s suffering on the cross and what His seven last words say to a hurting world. Find incredible insights into these words as Jesus teaches us, even in death, how we can use our suffering(...)

Forgiveness

Sermon for March 10th, 2019 The Crucified Life Walk the road of Calvary with Jesus. Along the way, you will discover what areas of your life are stumbling blocks and how dying to self will enable you to rise to new life with Him. What better time to set out on that journey than the Lenten season? The Crucified Life series will examine human suffering as it is mirrored in Christ’s suffering on the cross and what His seven last words say to a hurting world. Find incredible insights into these words as Jesus teaches us, even in death, how we can(...)

Transfiguration Day

Sermon for March 3rd, 2019 The word transfigured means, “to transform into something more beautiful or elevated.” Today we see the story of Jesus being transfigured. Jesus gives the disciples a snapshot of His glory. The word translated, “transfigured” is the same word that we get “metamorphosis” from “Meta” means “to change” and “morph” means “form.” Jesus in that moment changed his form to a glorified being. Just like a caterpillar going through metamorphosis to become a butterfly. Peter, James and John got a glimpse of the glorified Jesus as He would look in eternity. What impact does the transfiguration have(...)

Can I Know God Personally?

Sermon for February, 24th, 2019 Today we conclude our sermon series of exploration. We are going to ask big questions of the Christian faith. We all have questions and we all have doubts. This is the perfect time to be a part of the discussion; asking questions and seeking answers. Let’s Explore God together. Week 7: Can I Know God Personally? Have you ever felt like God was distant from you, distant from your pain and problems? What does it take to begin to know God? Devote yourself to unselfish religious deeds? Become a better person so that God will accept you? You(...)

Is the Bible Reliable?

Sermon for February 17th, 2019 We have begun a journey of exploration. We are going to ask big questions of the Christian faith. We all have questions and we all have doubts. This is the perfect time to be a part of the discussion; asking questions and seeking answers. Let’s Explore God together. Week 6: Is the Bible Reliable? "I'm glad your faith works for you, but can you really know whether or not the Bible is reliable? Wasn't it written thousands of years ago? How do you know it hasn't been translated and re-translated so much that it no longer says(...)

Is Jesus really God?

Sermon for February 10th, 2019 We have begun a journey of exploration. We are going to ask big questions of the Christian faith. We all have questions and we all have doubts. This is the perfect time to be a part of the discussion; asking questions and seeking answers. Let’s Explore God together. Week 5: Is Jesus really God? Christians cannot possibly believe that the God who created this vast universe actually entered into His own creation as a carpenter’s son in an unremarkable corner of the Roman Empire nearly two thousand years ago, can they? Surely, Christians are only making a(...)

Is Christianity too narrow?

Sermon for February 3rd, 2018 We have begun a journey of exploration. We are going to ask big questions of the Christian faith. We all have questions and we all have doubts. This is the perfect time to be a part of the discussion; asking questions and seeking answers. Let’s Explore God together. Week 4: Is Christianity too narrow? Christianity names some beliefs heresy and some practices immoral. It bars from its community those who transgress its doctrinal and moral boundaries. This seems to contemporary observers to endanger civic freedom, because it divides rather than unites our population. It appears to enslave(...)

Why does God allow pain and suffering?

Sermon for January 27th, 2019 We have begun a journey of exploration. We are going to ask big questions of the Christian faith. We all have questions and we all have doubts. This is the perfect time to be a part of the discussion; asking questions and seeking answers. Let’s Explore God together. Week 3: Why does God allow pain and suffering? This is probably the biggest question that people ask. I believe this is a question that every living person needs to wrestle with. Pain and suffering is an inevitable part of life. If we don't have an answer to this question(...)