- A Firm Foundation
- Acts 2:42-47
- Apostles' Creed
- Believing in the Future. Building on the Past.
- Christmas in the Gospels
- Coming Home
- Do This to Remember Me
- Extraordinary Nobodies Of the Bible
- First Corinthians - Good News for a Troubled Church
- Getting Rid of Stuff!
- Gospel of the Holy Spirit
- Hope is Born
- Hope, Peace, Joy and Love
- Isaiah, The Fifth Gospel
- Jeremiah, The Weeping Prophet
- Jesus in the Gospel of John
- King David - A Man After God's Own Heart
- One-Day Sermon Series
- People Jesus Changed
- Peter: Chiseled by the Master’s Hand
- Proverbs: The Way of Wisdom
- Questions Jesus Asked
- Reformation 500
- Resolved in 2022: To Pray More
- Sermon on the Mount
- Signs of Jesus
- The Church
- The Forgotten God
- The Fruit of the Spirit
- The Heart of the Matter
- The Journey
- The Joy of the Gospel
- The Life of Moses
- The Songs of Christmas
- The Ten Commandments
- Through the Fire
- Titles for Jesus
- What's in a Name
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When we seek His Kingdom, God provides. When we give our gifts to Jesus, however small they might be, they can become a mighty blessing in His hands.
Here is an act of God's grace, pure and simple. Received by faith, God's grace changed everything.
Let us go make disciples of all the nations. We need to be disciples, too, learning about Jesus and modeling our lives after him as well.
God loves us just as we are, but He loves us enough not to let us stay that way. We believe in the power of sanctification.
God reveals himself in different ways, but preeminently through the Bible.
Even in the midst of suffering, we have a Redeemer who lives and who makes all the difference.
Even in the midst of loss, death and destruction there is a hope that we have in our Lord.
When our relationships have been shattered, what hope do we have for the future?
The story of the Bible is the story of people who risked everything. Many sacrificed their lives.