John 1:43-51 – January 17, 2021

Text: John 1:43-51We continue our study of John chapter 1 with the story of the calling of Philip and Nathanael as disciples. Just as Jesus knows Nathanael’s character when He first sees him, He knows us as well, knowing that the Spirit of God is within us, guiding us.

“God is With You” – December 20, 2020

“God is With You”Text: Luke 1:26-38In today’s passage from Luke, we hear the angel Gabriel’s announcement to Mary that she would bear a son. The announcement also contains the promise that God’s presence would we with her. Like Mary, we find ourselves with the same call to bring Jesus our Savior to our world, and,…

When in Rome… Irreproachable – November 22, 2020

“When in Rome… Irreproachable”Text: Romans 16:16-20We conclude our study of Romans this week by looking at Paul’s directive to the many small Christian communities of Rome to greet each other as if they were family. The Church should be a people who subordinate their differences for a common unity, a common purpose – worshipping our…

“When in Rome… Build Up” – November 8, 2020

“When in Rome… Build Up”Text: Romans 14:1-23This week, we continue our study of the book of Romans. How do we carry out our faith when we live among people who think radically different than ourselves? Paul tells us to live in peace and build one another up so we open doors, allowing others to experience…

“When in Rome… Love” – October 25, 2020

“When in Rome… Love”Text: Romans 9:1-12As Christians who live in this world, how are we ultimately called to live? Today we began a new sermon series on the book of Romans. The book was written by Paul for early Christians living in Rome, and describes the core of their faith, the promise of salvation, and…

God Isn’t Finished Yet: Planting a Seed – October 11, 2020

“God Isn’t Finished Yet: Planting a Seed”Text: Numbers 27:12-23What happens when we believe that we’ve accomplished nearly everything that God has set out for us to do? We conclude our study of the Exodus this week by looking at the story from the book of Numbers, where God appoints Joshua to carry on Moses’ work.…