Born Again

Can you be moral enough, religious enough, disciplined enough, or good enough for God? According to Jesus, we all need to be “born again.” In this message, we explore the meaning of that often used phrase and how it is that we come to new life.

Stranger Things

The Scriptures teach us how to live as strangers in the world

Jesus the Gift

In this message, we study John 3 together. We discover that Jesus is the gift of God, and we are all invited to believe in His Name in order to have eternal life.

The Conversation

John records the most famous and influential conversation of all time!

I AM the Lamb

Who is Jesus? Who are you? These are some of life’s most important questions. In the gospel of John, we get a clear picture of who Jesus is through multiple “I Am” statements. In this message, we learn that Jesus is the lamb of God who takes away our sin.

Jesus the Lamb

In this message, we continue our study of the Gospel of John in chapter 1. We discover that Jesus is the lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world. Not only that, Jesus sends us the Holy Spirit to help us love and serve God and others!

Nic at Night

John teaches us that the Gospel is the only antidote to quench our thirst

The Lamb of God

Because of who Jesus is, we can know who God is.

Jesus the Word

In this message, we begin our study of the Gospel of John. We discover that Jesus is the eternal Son of God. Jesus has the power to reveal God to us and to give us the right to become children of God.

Good Reason

We learn in John 1 that Jesus is the Reason for life.

I AM the WORD

The Gospel of John is a focus on who Jesus is and in this passage, John makes it clear that Jesus is the Word, the ultimate expression of God.

The Big Reveal

John reveals the true identity of Jesus.

Back from the Dead

Nearing the end of his life, Jacob has one more tragic incident–the seeming loss of his beloved son, Joseph. In the end, Jacob receives Joseph “back from the dead” and discovers God was working triumph out of tragedy. In their story, we see a foreshadowing of the greatest story–when God the Father gave up his beloved Son Jesus to die for our sins, and then to raise Him to new life on the third day.

The Leader Ladder

Jacob’s life is a reminder of the resurrection.

 

Incredible Faith

Faith in the face of difficulty.

Loving God

In this message, we celebrate Easter and conclude our study of Jacob in Genesis 45. We discover that Jesus is alive and ruling, and we are invited to live in his presence and under his rule.

Burs

Jacob’s life teaches us that rather than being hindered by our past, we can be driven by it.

Family Reunion

God has told Jacob to return home. But to do so, he has to face his older brother…the same brother who threatened to kill him 20 years before. The night before their encounter, Jacob “wrestles” with God and receives his blessing. His story is a reminder to all of us that what we ultimately need in this life are God’s blessing, presence, and love.

Wrestling God

In this message, we continue looking at the life of Jacob. We discover that God often blesses us as we step out in faith and step into struggle.

Identity

God allows us to wrestle with Him in order to find our true identity.

The Bridge

Jacob has left home and everything familiar. But for the first time, he has an encounter with God. God becomes personal for Jacob, and He promises to bless him and be with him. It’s the same for you and for me—we need a personal encounter with God the Father through his Son, Jesus.

Sister Act

Jacob teaches us that human love will never replace eternal love.

Knowing God

What would make your life a good life? In this message, we continue our study of the life of Jacob in Genesis 28-30. We discover that a good life is ultimately found in knowing and loving God.

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The Dream

God uses a dream to get a hold of the rebel heart of Jacob

Bless Your Heart

We learn that God’s plan includes our imperfections

 

Trusting God

Can you trust God? In this message, we begin our study of Jacob in Genesis 27. We discover that Isaac and Jacob both struggled to trust God, but God is faithful to fulfill his promises.

Sibiling Rivalry

 Jacob was not a perfect person. Not even close. His family was far from perfect. His decisions were far from perfect. And yet God chose to user him and to bless him. In this message, we see the first part of Jacob’s story, and encounter the truth that God uses imperfect people to accomplish his perfect plans.

Far From Perfect

God uses people who are far from perfect to accomplish His perfect plan!

Move Update – New Land, New Sign

Justice League

Justice teaches us about our need for everyday heroes.

Ferdinand

In this message, we look at 1 Timothy 6:11-16. With the gospel as our foundation, we discover how to fight the good fight of faith.

Justice League

The Christian life would be impossible without the Holy Spirit. We see in today’s passage, not only does God want for you a Spirit filled like, but we are commanded to be Spirit filled.

Justice League

Fighting back against the darkness.

Star Wars

Star Wars teaches us that there’s an ultimate battle of good and evil coming, where God wins.

Justice League

In this message, we look at Ephesians 4:25-32. With the gospel as our foundation, we discover how to respond to anger in a godly way.

Star Wars

In the movie The Last Jedi, Luke Skywalker fears ever training another Jedi because he failed the last time he tried. We may not be Jedi, but we have something far more valuable to share…our faith in Jesus Christ. In this message, we talk about the heart of God the Father toward the lost, and how his heart should shape ours.

Star Wars

Learning to embrace Jesus in the midst of the storm.

Star Wars

In this message, we look at 2 Peter 1. We discover that we have everything we need to live for Christ…but we still need to make every effort to live for him.

 

Ferdinand

The story of Joseph through the eyes of Ferdinand the Bull teaches us that standing out has a price.

Ferdinand

Follow your heart. Only you know what will truly make you happy. That’s what our culture tells us. While it’s true that you shouldn’t let your parents, your friends, your coworkers, or societal expectations define who you are, the Bible offers a different answer. Maybe the best person to define what’s best for you isn’t you, but the One who made you.

Ferdinand

Learning to trust God when the circumstances are out of control.

Sweet Home Alabama

We love a good love story. And our culture shapes us to desire a great love story for our own lives. In this message, we look at Jesus’ teaching in Matthew 19 and discover that there’s a better way to view romance.

Sweet Home Alabama

Sweet Home Alabama teaches us about where to look for real love.

 

Sweet Home Alabama

What does the character Melanie from Sweet Home Alabama have in common with Joseph from the Bible? Both of them have a rough past. For Melanie, it’s mostly things she has done. For Joseph, it’s things done to him. In this message, we discuss God’s sovereignty over our past, and His wondrous ability to use even our broken pasts for his glory and our ultimate good.

Sweet Home Alabama

Sweet Home Alabama teaches us that good stories often lead to the greatest stories.

Personal Ministry

Is church something we “go to,” or something to which we belong? According to the Bible, it’s the latter. God’s church is a body, and each one of us is a member of that body with a meaningful role. In this message, we discuss how serving in the context of our local church is a way to move from attending to belonging.

Sticks and Stones

Personal means that we choose serving over observing…a lesson we learn from Moses on a mountain.

Personal Ministry

In this message, we study Romans 12. We discover that we each have been empowered to serve one another.

Personal Ministry

With the pace of life constantly increasing how can you find time to serve and how do you know where to serve if you happen to have the time?

Spiritual Intimacy

Why do you spend time with those closest to you? It’s probably not to check a box or because you feel like you have to. It’s because you want to. The good news is that it can (and should) be the same with God. He’s our heavenly Father, and he delights for us to spend time with Him.

Spiritual Intimacy

In this message we will be looking at our core value of Spiritual Intimacy, what it is, how it works, and how we grow in it.

Top Choice

Spiritual Intimacy is strengthened in our lives as we take steps forward in our faith by choosing consistent patterns, proper motives, and a long-term perspective.