Additional Sermon Series
The Difference Jesus Makes
Jesus stands in a league of His own. His words are captivating; His heart is enthralling; and just when we think we've got Him figured out, He surprises us all over again. This is no ordinary man. Once you meet Jesus face to face, you will never be the same.
Grace Is Still Greater
Hebrews 12:15 challenges us to make sure no one misses out on the life-changing reality of God's lavish grace. As followers of Jesus, we talk a whole lot about grace, though sometimes we really underestimate its power. But here's the truth: no matter what we think or how we feel, the grace of God has no limits—it won't dry up and it will never run out. Even after all you've done, even after what's been done to you, grace is still greater.
Get Over Yourself
In his first letter to Timothy, Paul reminds this young pastor of a harsh reality: sometimes we become the greatest obstacles to Gods work in our own lives. But once we get out of the way and allow God to transform us, He can make an impact through us like weve never imagined. There comes a time when we need to look in the mirror and just say it plainly: Get over yourself!
Advent: Living In Between
The word advent means the arrival of a notable person, thing, or event. In the weeks leading up to Christmas, we celebrate the arrival of Jesus into the world. But this season isnt only about what happened in the past. As we look back to Jesus birth, we look ahead to His return, living in between what already is and what is yet to be.
Yours Is the Kingdom: The Lords Prayer for a Pivotal Time
Every four years, our nation faces a pivotal time. Americans are looking for a place to find hope in this election season, and sometimes it feels like theres nowhere left to turn. But we can always turn to our Heavenly Father in prayer, seeking His Kingdom and asking for His will to be done.
The Bottom Line
Spanning the history of redemption and the full Gospel of Jesus Christ, Pauls letter to the Romans is deep, weighty, and worth a lifetime of study. When we boil it all down to the Bottom Line, the book of Romans reveals Gods heart for us and ignites our own hearts to live on mission, sharing His love with the people around us.
Finding Hope In A World Of Hurt
The book of 1 Peter was written to Christians who found themselves marginalized, persecuted, and mocked. In this world of hurt, Peter reminds us that our hope is in the resurrected Christ—not in any manmade empire; our home is in Heaven—not in this self-serving world; and our heart is in Gods hands—not our own.
Words: A Matter of Life and Death
Proverbs 18:21 says, The tongue has the power of life and death. Spiritually speaking, its true—our words can either build people up or tear them down. As we grow in our walk with Jesus, lets honor Him by speaking words of love, truth, and life.
Back To Bible Basics
Welcome back Bob Russell, retired Southeast Senior Minister, as he reminds us of our faiths foundations.