Nov 28, 2021
Unity that Can Save the World
Have you ever gone to God in fervent prayer, perhaps when one of your loved ones faced a potentially life-threatening or life-altering situation? Did you beg and plead with God for healing because you were so worried and scared? That's a natural response, but as we see in John chapter 17, Jesus knew for a fact that He was approaching the time of His death, yet He did not ask God to rescue Him and spare Him from death. Instead, He focused on God's mission and He prayed for other people much more than Himself.
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  • Nov 28, 2021Unity that Can Save the World
    Nov 28, 2021
    Unity that Can Save the World
    Have you ever gone to God in fervent prayer, perhaps when one of your loved ones faced a potentially life-threatening or life-altering situation? Did you beg and plead with God for healing because you were so worried and scared? That's a natural response, but as we see in John chapter 17, Jesus knew for a fact that He was approaching the time of His death, yet He did not ask God to rescue Him and spare Him from death. Instead, He focused on God's mission and He prayed for other people much more than Himself.
  • Nov 21, 2021Why Love Matters Most
    Nov 21, 2021
    Why Love Matters Most
    In this week's message from our John series, Troy discusses sections of chapter 13, with an emphasis on the "new" command from Jesus to love one another. As we discover , the command to love each other is not new, in and of itself; what appears to be new is the way we are to love, namely, as Jesus has loved us.
  • Nov 14, 2021That’s All I Know (and That’s Enough)
    Nov 14, 2021
    That’s All I Know (and That’s Enough)
    As we discover from the story of Jesus healing a man who was born blind in John chapter 9, you cannot argue with the genuine, significant change that God produces in peoples’ lives. It’s like going from blindness to sight, and it’s no less miraculous.
  • Nov 7, 2021The Only True Freedom
    Nov 7, 2021
    The Only True Freedom
    In our passage from John chapter 8, we find out how following God’s truth makes us free from the slavery of sin and its power over us, and free from all of the effects it has on us and others. NOTE: Due to technical difficulties, the sermon audio ends at approximately the 19:23 mark.
  • Oct 31, 2021Mission Sunday with World Relief
    Oct 31, 2021
    Mission Sunday with World Relief
    Series: Standalone
    For our Fall Mission Sunday, featuring World Relief, Kevin B. shares about the vision and ministry of this organization that's dedicated to serving the most needy among us, especially the refugees who need a safe place to live.
  • Oct 24, 2021Do Your Part and Watch God Do His
    Oct 24, 2021
    Do Your Part and Watch God Do His
    Continuing in our series through the Gospel of John, Troy shares the story of Jesus feeding the 5,000, while reminding us that God is able to take what we offer, however small it seems, and do something miraculous with it. Nothing we face here on this earth is too big for God.
  • Oct 17, 2021I Can Do Nothing and Everything
    Oct 17, 2021
    I Can Do Nothing and Everything
    For this week's message from our Gospel of John series, Bud explains why it's so important to submit to God's authority, and how our surrender enables God to produce the fruit of the Spirit in our lives.
  • Oct 10, 2021A Faith from Here to Eternity
    Oct 10, 2021
    A Faith from Here to Eternity
    In today's passage from our 1 John series, where Jesus emphasizes the necessity of being "born again," we discover that to see Jesus and His truth means more than observing what He did or hearing what He said; it means a change of identity. And our new birth changes everything. Our old lives are gone and we learn to walk in a new life. NOTE: The last few minutes of sermon audio are lost due to a technical difficulty.
  • Oct 3, 2021I Don’t Want to Do That Anymore
    Oct 3, 2021
    I Don’t Want to Do That Anymore
    Series: Standalone
    Troy discusses our journey to become more like Jesus, and how we need to replace the wrong things in our lives with the right things. He also emphasizes that the difference between the life we’re living, and the life we’ve always wanted, is doing the right things over and over again. NOTE: At approximately the 3:55 mark, the audio is lost for about 20+ seconds, but then returns.
  • Sep 26, 2021The Only One Who Knows Our Hearts
    Sep 26, 2021
    The Only One Who Knows Our Hearts
    Continuing in our series through the Gospel of John, Troy explains that although Jesus knows every single one of our thoughts, words, and actions, He died on the cross for us anyway. He took the punishment that we deserved and put it on Himself. And it’s critical that we understand the love and grace that God has shown us, despite our brokenness, because we need to show love and grace to other people, despite their brokenness.