October 10, 2021

ReVision: ReJoin


How do you respond in unprecedented times?


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Nehemiah 6:15-16

October 3, 2021

ReVision: ReFresh


Where can you turn when the dream you wanted to rebuild lies in ruins? Find out in the next message this morning in our ReVision series, “ReFresh.”


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Zechariah 4:1-10

September 26, 2021

ReVision: ReBuild


After you ReStart – starting somewhere, doing something, and moving forward – then what comes next? in our next message, “Rebuild”, of our series, “ReVision.” 


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Haggai 1:1-15


September 19, 2021

Sermon Series: ReVision

This sermon: ReStart


What does the “new normal” look like...if you’ve never experienced the “original normal”? How do you “restart” something new? Let’s discover together this morning as we begin our new sermon series, “ReVision.” 


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Ezra 1:1-7

August 29, 2021

Faith in the Hard Places


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Psalm 78: 12-19

August 22, 2021

God's Great Love


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1 John 4:7-12

August 15, 2021

The Joy and Tragedy of Remembering


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Jeremiah 31:31-34

August 8, 2021

Live Out the Gospel


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Titus 3:9-15

August 1, 2021

Necessary Reminders


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Titus 3:1-8

July 25, 2021

Listen here to testimonies from our church and also here what God has been doing in the lives of Tom and Jenni Roth after the tragic loss of their daughter Krista.


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testimonies

July 18, 2021

The Nature of Gospel-Grace


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Titus 2:11-15

July 11, 2021

Life in The Church


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Titus 2:1-10

July 4, 2021

Warning to the Church


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Titus 1:10-16

June 27, 2021

Leadership Matters


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Titus 1:5-9

June 20, 2021

The Messenger and the Message


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Titus 1:1-4

June 13, 2021

Hear our pastoral candidate, Glenn Matlock's sermon.


The Right Perspective


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Philippians 1:12-18a

June 6, 2021

What Do You Expect?


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Ephesians 6:21-24

May 30, 2021

What Really Matters When Choosing a Pastor?


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1 Timothy

May 23, 2021

Don't Forget!


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Psalm 147

May 16, 2021

Ask For More


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Psalm 67

May 9, 2021

Finding God in the Dark


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Psalm 42-43

May 2, 2021

Nothing Too Great, No One Too Small


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Psalm 113


April 25, 2021

Stay Strong in the Church: Live Fully With Each Other


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Romans 15:13

April 18, 2021

Just as Christ welcomed people, so should we. Christ gave us the perfect example when he became servant to show God's truthfulness.


Stay Strong in the Church: Welcome One Another


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Romans 15:7-12

April 11, 2021

May the God of endurance and encouragement grant you to live in such harmony with one another, in accord with Christ Jesus, that together you may with one voice glorify the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. 


Stay Strong in the Church: Live in Unity with Each Other


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Romans 15:5-6

April 4, 2021

Our Savior has Risen! Watch the special Easter Service here. 


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Our Hopes Are to Small



March 28, 2021

What is the church?


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Acts 19

March 21, 2021

It’s one of those things we can see so easily in others, while we are often blind to it in ourselves. Simply put, we want things to go our way. Because our way is, of course, the right way! The problem is that other people see things the same way and we end up running up against each other. Even in the church it’s so natural to look out for ourselves, our needs and our perspectives. Yet Jesus shows us another way, a better way, the way of properly pleasing others. As we follow the way of Jesus, it will keep us strong in the church. Especially in these times of transition we need to be looking to please each other. Find out in this message "Staying Strong in the Church".


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Romans 15:1-4

March 14, 2021

We often try to do things on our own. We’re self-made, self-reliant and independent people. That mindset can lead us to disregard others, minimize their value or even summarily reject their perspectives. So, it can be hard when we come to the Bible and find this counter-cultural message: following Christ is something we do together. At times that approach can seem so inefficient, so impractical, so….stretching. But God’s called us to have a patient understanding with each other. It’s for our good and it’s for his glory!  


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Romans 15:1-13

March 7, 2021

In this time of transition between pastors, let us remember to live a life worthy of the gospel and stand firm in one spirit and one mind together for the faith of the gospel. 


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Philippians 1:27-30

February 28, 2021

Paul’s letter to the church of Ephesus has not been a particularly personal letter to this point. But this all changes in the final four verses of the epistle. Done with significant theological truths and then the practical application of those truths, he now shares his heart, and his hope for those he dearly loves as we will find out in this message, “The Final Words.”


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Ephesians 6

February 14, 2021

Paul gives us vital instructions in spiritual warfare here in Ephesians 6:10-20.


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Ephesians 6:10-20

February 7, 2021

We have seen in the past few weeks how the Apostle Paul has revolutionized the way husband/wife and parent/child relationships are to work in his teaching on mutual submission. Now he concludes his take on domestic relationships in teaching on the relationship between workers and their bosses—specifically “doulos” with their masters.


Discover what the Bible has to say about this in the message “How to Glorify Christ in the Workplace.”


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Ephesians 6:5-9

January 31, 2021

The apostle Paul challenges us as parents to better understand our relationship to, and our nurture of, the children He blesses us with. "Instructions for the Christian Home-- Regarding Children"


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Ephesians 6:1-4

January 24, 2021

Our church family grieves deeply as one of our church families lost their daughter in a tragic swimming accident this past week.

More questions than answers. More hurt than peace, at least for the moment. Yet we as a church family are praying, and God is working!

Paul shares a thought in his letter of Philippians that is fairly well known, but frequently misunderstood: “For me to live is Christ, and to die is gain.”


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Philippians 1:18-24

January 17, 2021

Having challenged the Ephesian church to live in a manner that reflects their new relationship with their Heavenly Father, the apostle Paul now tells them—and us—what a biblical marriage should look like. Hint: Our culture has no idea what to make of what God has designed and purposed in the marriage covenant.


Find out more in the message “Instructions for the Christian Home—Regarding Marriage.”


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Ephesians 5:22-33

January 10, 2021

Walk as children of light (for the fruit of light is found in all that is good and right and true) and try to discern what is pleasing to the Lord.


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Ephesians 5:8-21

January 3, 2021


So we are now members of God’s family, the church. We are now God’s children, Paul is telling us in his letter to the Ephesians. How should those children live—what dictates their heart, their behavior?

 “Like Father, Like Son.” Ephesians 5:1-8

 

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December 13, 2020

Paul has laid out in the first 3 chapters of Ephesians the theology of what the Church is within the purposes of God. But now, he moves into the practical--how do we actually do this? By living in unity, for one thing.  "Walking in Unity." Ephesians 4:1-16


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December 6, 2020


Why is it that we so often struggle in our spiritual life? Why do we more often identify with Paul’s words in Romans 7:19 “I want to do what is good, but I don’t. I don’t want to do what is wrong, but I do it anyway” than with a growing relationship with Jesus?

There is an answer to this dilemma in the Christian life, and we find it in Ephesians 3:14-21. “Strengthening Your Inner Man.”


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November 29, 2020

In Old Testament times the Jews believed that only they were heirs of Christ. Paul’s teaching in Ephesians 3:1-13 opens up the mystery of the gospel. Paul tells us that Jews and Gentiles alike are one in Christ, in that we are all heirs of Jesus. The gospel of grace tells us that we do not have to be a Jew to enter the kingdom of Heaven. We are all given the same opportunity to believe and become one in Christ. Find out about the gospel of grace in this message "The Mystery of the Gospel Revealed."


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November 22, 2020

There is so much hostility in the world today.  We our experience unrest, hatred, and division with in our country right now. This unrest and division is sadly also becoming more and more common place in our churches as well.  Is this how God designed the body of Christ?  Find out what God’s word tells us in this message on Ephesians 2:11-22  "Hostility and Division" 


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November 15, 2020

In Ephesians 2:1-10 Paul tells us of the condition we as humans are in. That is, that we are dead in our transgressions/sins apart from Christ. Yet, we have something to look forward to when we believe in Him. Knowing that we are dead, apart from Christ, yet, the work of God allows us to have life and that we are raised in Christ. God loved us so much that we were made alive in Him when we believe in Him. Find out in this message "Dead, yet Alive"



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November 8, 2020

In Ephesians 1:3-14, Paul has just shared the blessings that every born-again person is the recipient of:

• being chosen, predestined, and adopted by God,

• having redemption and forgiveness because of Christ’s finished work,

• being sealed by the Spirit as a guarantee of our future inheritance.

The apostle now offers up in vv. 15-23 an amazing prayer on behalf of those people, a prayer that is vital for you and me today!  “You are not a Tadpole in Christ.”


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November 1, 2020

The national election is only a few days away, and the political as well as personal tension is palatable.  First and foremost, believers are citizens of heaven.  Yet, at the same time, in America, we have the opportunity as well as the responsibility of making our voices heard in the political process.  So, what does that actually look like in this season of turmoil and uncertainty?  Find out this Sunday in the message “How You Should Vote in 2020.”


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