Mobilizing generations to join Jesus on his mission.
As we look to the Christ’s return, we recognize the hospitality we’ve received from God in Christ Jesus and seek to live intentional lives of love, welcome, and grace towards others.
Pastor Marcus shares a message on fostering genuine relationships as a part of the sermon series on "Non-Negotiables." The message covers how love reflects, frees, and empowers.
Our culture simultaneously advocates for hyper-individualism and demands we conform to particular tribes. The Scriptures invite us to see our individual selves as part of the body of Christ. It is here we encounter unity in diversity. And above all, it is here we find the joy of union with Christ.
Pastor Marcus finished our Advent series with a message on "Waiting for Renewal." What is God always working? Renewal. Right now, he's renewing his creation. In the future, he will renew his creation.
The Good News of Christmas is that the babe of Bethlehem is Lord of all. This means that our God has drawn near to comfort, redeem, save, and give us peace as we live under the rule and reign of King Jesus.
Pastor Marcus encourages us that wherever we are and in whatever we're doing, if we do it in faith, we'll find God there. Because God has come to be with us.
In a world aching for transcendence, God responds to that ache by sending his Son to be Immanuel, God With Us. Just as Jesus was present with us as the baby born in Bethlehem, he promises to be present with us now, as a foretaste of our future of living in His presence for eternity.
The As We Wait series continues as Pastor Marcus shares a message how God has drawn near. He has come to be present with you, pardoned your sin, and right now he has filled you with the power of the Word.
Pastor Gabe preaches a message on waiting for justice. He discusses the problem of justic, the vision of justice, and the hope of justice.
Pastor Chris shares a message on how peace endures, delivers, and inspires.
Pastor Marcus shares a message on Ruth chapter 4, and we hear how sacrifice resists self-interest, faithfulness resists complacency, and hope resists cynicism.
Pastor Gabe preaches a message on Ruth, sharing how the redemption we receive in Jesus gives us eternal security. We are loved, forgiven, and valued. We are called for a purpose.
Pastor Marcus shares a message on Ruth chapter two and the kindness of Ruth, Boaz, and Yahweh.
Pastor Gabe shares a message on God's Providence, that the hearers may see how God provides for us in hidden ways.
Pastor Marcus shares a message on what the Sacrements are, why God has given us them, and how the Sacraments shape our life together.
The mission of God means he has a sending posture. He sent promises, he sent prophets, he sent Jesus, he sent the Spirit. The mission of God gives you a sent posture.
Hearers will discover that life is truly found in following Jesus.
Pastor Chris talks about the church as a meeting place, a sanctuary, and a base camp.
Pastor Gabe talks about the definition of faith, the knowledge of faith, and the promise of faith.
Pastor Marcus talks about how grace affects our situation, our salvation, and our strength.
Pastor Marcus talks about how the Bible is a blessing, a foundation, and a promise.
Pastor Gabe talks about how God is, God is revealed, and God is living.
Pastor Marcus talks about how Jesus came to the Jews for the sake of the world so that you would have hope.
Pastor Chris talks about how the law no longer defines you, love defines you, and love frees you to live for your neighbor.
Pastor Gabe talks about how life is a gift, your life is a gift, and the God of life is with you.
Pastor Marcus talks about how to be transformed, use your gifts, and be a sign.
Pastor Chris talks about how God grafts you into the faith, the community, and Himself.
Pastor Gabe talks about the Law and faith, believing and confessing, and being loved and sent.
Pastor Gabe preaches on the context of Romans 9, the promise of God, and the mercy of God.
Pastor Marcus shares a message about how the Spirit frees, the Spirit directs, and the Spirit empowers.
Pastor Marcus talks about how the Law is not the problem, the Law is not the solution, and how we have a solution.
Pastor Marcus talks about how to live in your present reality in light of your future reality by throwing off sin.
Pastor Marcus shares a message on life under the reign of sin, undoing the reign of sin, and life under the reign of grace.
Pastor Marcus shares a message on righteousness through faith, righteousness for everyone, and righteousness that upholds the law.
Pastor Marcus launches our sermon on Romans, sharing a message on God's power to save, power to Jude, and the purpose of judgment.
Pastor Marcus shares a message on how the fear of losing control cultivates hypocrisy, resists the Spirit, and leads to death.
Pastor Marcus shares a message on the reality of rejection, the reason for rejection, and the respite in rejection.
The life of your neighbor is just as beautiful, just as meaningful, and just as sacred as your life or the life of any saint.
In our fears and failures, God is with us no matter what.
We address fear of the future, promise for the future, and confidence in the Covenant.
Despite our fear of intimacy, God comes to meet us exactly where we are.
Jesus resurrection gives us victory, meaning, and hope, now and always.
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The Passover: This story is about Jesus. This meal is about Jesus. Your life is about Jesus.
Palm Sunday shows us that we have a God who does not give up on his people, but is always working to restore, renew, and reign over his people in love.
How does God see and deal with injustice? This message covers the violence of injustice, judgment on injustice, and deliverance from injustice.
We need whole-hearted repentance, a righteous intercessor, and a God who acts.
Biblical hope is rooted in the past, aimed toward the future, and sustains us in the present.
In the midst of darkness, disorientation, and despair we can find hope in the cross of Christ.
Just as the people of Judah lamented over their sin and their suffering. We too are invited to lament and take refuge in the God who suffered for us in Jesus.