OUR CURRENT SERMON SERIES:
"What Is The Church?" is our current, 15 week sermon series asking and answering some of the most important questions about this thing and these people we call The Church. It all started in week one with one of Jesus' final messages to His disciples in John 15, "abide in Me, and I in you". Check out our Facebook page for videos of the sermons and more information!
Hosea & Joel & Amos
Check out our Facebook page for the livestream recordings of our sermons. So far, we worked all the way through Hosea so far, and are now studying the writings of the prophet, Joel.
Hebrews 13:7-19 - Leadership In The Church
The final sermon of the series on the letter to the Hebrews.
Elder Tim Miller on the message to the church at Laodicea
Discipline Is Not A Dirty Word: Hebrews 12:1-13
LOVE: Hebrews 13:1-6
LOVE: Persistently Conquering Fear
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JOY: Hebrews 12:12-39
The Desperate Need For Joy
HOPE: Hebrews 10:1-18
HOPE In That God Remembers And Forgets
PEACE: Hebrews 3:7-4:11
Unbelief Blocks Rest & Peace
No Hope Outside of Christ
Cleansed of A Guilty Conscience
Missionaries to Brazil, Junior and Bree De Souza talk about their ministry and talk about not worrying.
Jesus Where He Belongs, Seated On The Throne
Permission To Pursue What Is Better
Promise & Oath: Potential & Assurance
Choose Apprenticeship, Not Knowledge Acquisition
2 Kings 16
Elder Tim Miller teaches on the lessons we can learn from the short and tumultuous rule of King Ahaz.
Steady! Jesus Is Our Great High Priest!
Exposed Before A Powerful God
Jesus: Manager & Builder of God's House
Jesus is the Supreme Messenger! He is greater than the angels because of His role as a better messenger who has a greater message for humankind. And get this, it is a message crafted specifically for us through Christ's sacrifice to become a man and die for us!
Hebrews Intro & 1:1-4
The letter of Hebrews was written for an audience of persecuted Jewish believers who are tempted to run back to their old Jewish religious ways. At the same time, the author of Hebrews proclaims the arrival of God's final Word, Jesus Christ, the savior of the world.