Sermons from 2017
As Kingdom citizens, God calls us into a life of excellence – a life that goes beyond settling for mediocrity and just getting by.
Hope was given, chains were broken, and the soul felt it’s worth because of that “O Holy Night!”
When we love one another, we live out our true identity as God’s children, respond appropriately to his act of love, and make his love known among us.
God’s character radiates with joy, and as his children, he delights in us, desiring that we might fully experience His joy as we fully delight in Him.
Jesus offers us true peace in the midst of trials through his death and resurrection, and he is coming again to establish his peaceful kingdom on earth.
Christ-centered hope is a Holy Spirit empowered, confident expectation of God’s goodness in our future.
In spite of circumstances, a Dedicated Disciple should cultivate thankfulness through obedience, reflecting on God’s goodness, and rejoicing in Jesus’ saving power.
The life you were meant to live is found Jesus: The Way, the Truth, and The Life.
Character counts and Contentment clears the way for Christ to work in and through us as Contenders of the Gospel.
When we have a humble self-awareness of our spiritual condition, we will have an earnest desire for spiritual growth that leads us to live for Jesus while we wait for his return.
To work out your own salvation means to actively and ruthlessly abandon your life to Christ, pursuing his desires for your life, realizing your greatest God- created potential, becoming more and more like Jesus.
Adopting the same attitude of Christ, we discover a powerful unity for the mission of the Gospel when we exercise Godly humility.