“Lord, open our hearts and our minds by the power of your Holy Spirit, that as the Scriptures are read and your word is proclaimed, we may hear with joy what you say to us today. Amen.”
We pray that you will be inspired and challenged as you listen to the sermons below, and that you will grow in your walk with the Lord. If you would like to learn more or share a prayer request, feel free to contact us here.
When the enemy attacks - and he will - will you sink or swim? Will you fall, or will you stand firm in the protection God offers in Christ?
The Holy Spirit lives in every Christian, but what does it look like to be filled with the Spirit? How can you tell if you are filled or not?
Every believer is part of the one body of Christ, but how can this be when there are so many differences between us? How can we maintain our unity?
Paul prays for his readers to fully know the love which he admits is beyond our ability to know. How is this possible? How does God answer this prayer?
What if you didn't have to wait until you die to experience the blessings of Heaven? What if a taste of Heaven is as close as... your next breath?
Some sins may seem more difficult than others to overcome. Some situations may seem hopeless. But God doesn't want us to give up. So what should you do?
What do Mary Shelley and Boris Karloff have to do with the prophet Jeremiah? And how do they highlight the need for healing in the human heart?
Why would God turn his back on his own temple and allow his people to be defeated? What does the Lord expect when we call ourselves by his name?
Our Heavenly Father is good to his children, but sometimes we forget or we wander away and put our trust in the wrong things. It's time to come back!
How have you heard God's calling on your life? While Jeremiah's story is uniquely his own, God's words to Jeremiah are also important reminders for us.
SPECIAL NOTE: In response to the Covid-19 crisis, we did not host in-person worship from March 15 through May 24, 2020. During that time, Pastor Kyle posted video messages and other content on our Facebook page. To learn more about what the church has been doing during this season, or to see all of our past video messages, check out our Covid-19 Response page.