02-18-18: During Lent, we will explore a book by Magrey DeVega called, "Embracing the Uncertain." We live in uncertain times and in an uncertain world. This week we look at a father's reply to Jesus, "I have faith, help my lack of faith."
02-11-18: This is my annual sermon about the state of the church. We look back at what God has done in us and through us in 2017 and then ask where God is calling us in 2018.
02-04-18: This is the final sermon in our series, #blessed. We cover the last two Beatitudes found in Matthew 5 and truly learn what it looks like to live a blessed life. A blessed life is full of making peace and rejoicing when persecuted. Jesus continues to turn our world upside down.
01-28-18: The way to a blessed life is found in being merciful and having a pure heart. Jesus continues to push us and turns our world upside down.
01-21-18: We continue to work through the Beatitudes in Matthew 5 and look at the way Jesus tells us we should live a #blessed life. This week we talk about meekness and righteousness.
01-14-18: This is the first in our new series #blessed. We tend to look at our social media and follow the hashtag #blessed to look at people's vacation photos, new cars or children. Is this the blessed life Jesus tells us and teaches us about? Walk with us through the Beatitudes and find out the #blessed life Jesus wants us to live.
12-24-17: In this final Advent sermon, we explore Scrooge's journey with the Ghost of Christmas future and witness his redemption. This redemption is also offered to us if we so desire.
12-17-17: Scrooge's heart is changing because his worldview is being opened to the abundance of joy and love found at this time of year. Especially in the life of Tiny Tim. Do you have eyes to see the world around us as Scrooge or Tiny Tim?
12-10-17: In this second sermon of our series, we dive into how our past defines us and how our story is attached to the greatest story ever told.
12-03-17: On this first Sunday of Advent we start our new series on the book "The Redemption of Scrooge." We follow this popular literary character through his journey from Christmas Eve to Christmas Day. During this journey, we explore our past, present, and future and prepare our own hearts for the coming of Jesus on Christmas Day.