In today's culture, there are many definitions of how we define manhood and womanhood. This sermon series seeks to provide clarity on these topics and reveal what God's Word says, which is the only source of truth, about each of these roles.
Do your prayers seem dull and repetitive? Do you feel like your prayers are never answered? Did you ever think that the reason these things are happening is because of the way you pray? The goal of this sermon series is to help people to better understand the model of prayer Jesus left us and how we can have a more powerful and dynamic prayer lives.
What does it mean to be a new creation? What does it mean to be a child of God? This sermon series breaks down names that are given to believers in Jesus Christ that are used in Scripture. By understanding these names we will know better how to live lives that glorify God.
This sermon series focuses on topics in Scripture which are important to God, and why they should matter to us today. Such as the gospel, baptism, membership, etc.
What does true love look like in a relationship? What can husbands and wives do to rekindle the fires of romance and intimacy in their marriage? How can a couple draw on the power and love of Christ to overcome the inevitable challenges that marriages face? The series, Awaken Love, mines the wisdom found in the Song of Solomon for building a marriage that not only survives but thrives.
Jesus said, “my sheep hear my voice and follow me.” Chances are, you have recently heard Jesus invite you to follow him. However, you may not have recognized his voice. The series, Follow Me, will not only help you discover how to hear the voice of Jesus saying, “follow me.” It will also both inspire and instruct you in ways to help others follow Jesus.
Our church has committed in 2017 to read through the entire Bible chronologically. We preach on passage each week from that week's reading. We are using New Living Translation, The One Year Chronological Bible. The reading plan can be found here if you want to follow along using another version/translation of the Bible.
A one-sermon series to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.
Sermons preached from the Psalms.