"Seeking Good Things"
What is Christian prayer exactly? How does it change things, including us? What are 3 biblical keys for understanding unanswered prayer?
"The Christ Mile" (Ephesians 4:25-5:1)
Our goal is not just salvation and certainly not spiritual stagnation but spiritual transformation, which results from both trusting and doing what Jesus says.
"Ambassadors of the Kingdom"
(John 18:33–38; 2 Corinthians 5:17–20)
The Kingdom of God was central to Jesus' teachings. What, where, and when is the Kingdom of God? What does it mean for Christians living in the U.S. today? How do we navigate these polarized times, including voting?
"Committed to Koinonia" (Acts 2:42-47)
This message in honor of Pentecost explores, What is a church? What make it different than just a gathering of Christians? And what is meant by koinonia ("fellowship")?
“Mary’s Beautiful Thing”
(Matthew 26:6-13 & John 12:1-8)
What we do to honor Christ isn’t always going to make sense to others.
"God With Us" (Isaiah 7:14)
In times of uncertainty, you can trust God because of what he did in the past. About 2,000 years ago, God gave us a sign. A virgin gave birth to a son and laid him in a manger and this son is “God With Us.”
"A Better Place to Start"
(Matthew 5:27-32, 19:3-12)
Lust. Sex. Marriage. Adultery. Divorce. It's not easy to get in front of a crowd and talk about these topics. But that's exactly what Jesus did.
"The Quiet Insurrection of the Shepherd King"
**Starts at 16 minutes. Some audio and video issues early on.**
How can we have joy when we are constantly dragged into the black hole of discontent and fear? Learn about the quiet insurrection of the Shepherd King and the only way to have lasting joy.
"Jesus & The Scripture" (Matthew 22:23-33)
How should Christians use and understand Scripture? Well, how did Jesus use and understand Scripture? He used it holistically with complete confidence.
“No Ordinary Meal” (Luke 22:14-20)
The Lord’s Supper is pointing back to the cross, forward to the New Creation, and to our present unity with Christ and each other.
“You’re Wrong!” (Romans 14:1-15:7)
How do we handle someone in the church being WRONG? By, first and foremost, pursuing peace and mutual upbuilding.