- 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
Search our sermon archives for something of particular interest to you today:
There is a constant tension between the need for unity and the need for purity within the church.
The formal division of the church had consequences that were both good and bad.
Martin Luther sought to reform the church. The church was not open to reform.
Part of worship is being completely honest with God. It is dangerous to leave this out of personal worship.Awaken Honesty
We were created to worship God in community. Corporate worship is an honor and a command.
Small groups, rather than larger corporate worship/events, are the key area where individual care takes place. Your small group is where you can share suffering and healing together.
We are created to do God's work in community (not alone). Small groups are an integral part of our ability to grow disciples for Jesus Christ.
David was a complex man. Yet he was still a man after God's own heart. We can take hope from that.
The story of David and Bathsheba shows the worst of David, but it also gives a helpful model of what repentance should look like.
David was placed in an impossible situation but did his best to act with integrity and faithfulness.