Sermons

Romans: Unashamed - Pt. 1

The gospel runs deep and wide. Its depth covers our depravity, and its width covers the globe for all who believe. Are you ready to explore such a great salvation? This Sunday we start a new series called Unashamed. We'll begin exploring the gospel from the book of Romans and how this gospel of grace has the power to transform our lives. Let's get started!

Net Gain 2021

Peter had every reason in the world to quit fishing. But with simple obedience, he went back out and saw a "net gain" beyond his wildest imagination. Let's learn together this Sunday how we might see the same in 2021.

Light of the World

Christ is the light of the world! The implications of that reality are enormous. This Sunday we discover what it means to live in that light, and then let it shine to the world around us.

Who Do You Say I Am? - Pt. 3

Jesus' all-important question to the disciples centuries ago is just as important for us to consider today: Who do you say I am? During this Christmas season, we will explore the answer to this question and its relevance to our daily lives.

Who Do You Say I Am? - Pt. 2

Jesus' all-important question to the disciples centuries ago is just as important for us to consider today: Who do you say I am? During this Christmas season, we will explore the answer to this question and its relevance to our daily lives.

Who Do You Say I Am? - Pt. 1

Jesus' all-important question to the disciples centuries ago is just as important for us to consider today: Who do you say I am? During this Christmas season, we will explore the answer to this question and its relevance to our daily lives.

Psalm 23 Part 4

The 23rd Psalm is likely the most quoted chapter in the Bible, and for good reason. It reveals the goodness of God as our Shepherd, Guide, Friend, and Hope, all explored in this encouraging 4-week sermon series.

Psalm 23 - Pt. 3

The 23rd Psalm is likely the most quoted chapter in the Bible, and for good reason. It reveals the goodness of God as our Shepherd, Guide, Friend, and Hope, all explored is this encouraging 4-week sermon series.