Matthew 2:1-12 It was the third Sunday of Advent this past weekend, and we are moving steadily through Matthew 1-2 over this month. In 2:1-12, we read the familiar story of the Magi visiting Jesus. But while this passage can sometimes be remembered for its remarkable pieces (namely the Star of Bethlehem!), it is truly […]
We can hardly believe that we are finished with our James series! We loved doing this together as a church. This last message is on James 5:13-20. Here, James gives us a few reminders on how to pattern our lives as Christians in prayer. Listen below to hear more!
James tells us that truly following Jesus means we care for the vulnerable and keep ourselves from sin. Yet it seems like James saw some in the early church not doing this. In fact, he saw separation occurring along the lines of social class, a practice called “partiality.” Listen below to hear more from James […]
We are back in the Psalms for the next few weeks, starting back up with Psalm 15. Here, we see that there are nine marks of a true worshipper of God… and praise God that in Christ, we are growing to reflect these marks! Listen below to hear more.
While many people have claimed that there is no God, sometimes there is an even greater amount of people who live as though there is no God. The temptation of functional atheism affects all of humanity because all are sinful. Thank God that there story does not end there though! Listen below to hear more from […]
We are so excited for our summer sermon series, “Summer in the Psalms”! We began this series with Psalm 11. Here, we see that when the foundations of our lives seem to be falling apart, the Lord is our refuge. Indeed, God is not panicking, even if you are! Listen below for more.
As Christ’s followers, we are called to love one another. This looks like fellowship in the local church, sacrificially inconveniencing ourselves for one another, and reminding one another of the truth of the gospel message. John reminds us of this calling in 1 John 2:7-11. Listen below to hear more and be encouraged as we […]
In Romans 8, we see many implications of the “Spirit-led life” of the Christian. In vv. 14-17 specifically, God’s Word shows us that we have not just been given salvation by God – He has actually adopted us to be His son or daughter. This is what Aaron preached on this past Sunday. However, we had major […]
In the third week of our Advent series in John 1, Aaron preached on the reality of Jesus as the light of God who shines brightly in the darkness of our world and our sin. Listen below to hear more!
We have been a little delayed in posting the sermons due to some recent travel, but our sermons from the past few weeks will be all posted within the next few days! A few weeks ago, our worship leader Aaron helped us celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation (beginning on October 31st, 1517 with […]