Sermons

Sermons

Power of God: His Provision

When we encounter difficult things throughout our day, the way we respond reveals something deep within us. What is inside us is what comes out when we go through hard times.

Power of God: Looking Up

Have you ever had a time of unforgettable, spontaneous, life changing worship? After Israel miraculously crosses the Red Sea in Exodus 15:1-21, we see Moses lead them in a spontaneous time of celebration and worship to the Lord.

Power of God: Don’t Look Back

In Exodus 13:17-14:31 the children of Israel have escaped Egypt and camp by the sea. They look back in fear as Pharaoh comes after them but we see 3 ways that God’s mercy and grace is displayed: His Promise to them. His Presence with them. His Power for them. They thought the enemy behind them was more powerful than the God before them. Often times we have a tendency to look back to things that we’re used to or are…

He Is Risen!

Today we walk through the events around the resurrection of Jesus, what they meant to people 2000 years ago and what they mean to us.

Christ, Our Passover

During the passover the Israelites applied the blood of a spotless lamb over their door to be protected from God’s judgement. Christ is our passover lamb.

One True God

As we read through the plagues that God sent on the Egyptians we see God’s purposes and we see 3 warnings for us in the life of Pharaoh.

Family Focused Worship

Today we are joined by our children during the worship service. Our youth lead the singing and Silent Light Discipleship Ministries shares the Gospel through mime. Jesus has a heart for the hurting, broken, outcast, destitute, and the poor. We see in John 7:53-8:11 Jesus’ amazing compassion in his response to a woman caught in the act of adultery. She didn’t need a condemner. She didn’t need a coddler. She needed a compassionate Savior. We also see Jesus’s heart for…

Divine Disappointment

Circumstances of life often lead to discouragement and disappointment. But God is still on the throne. Disappointments come when we expect from God what He never promised or when we forget the things that He has.