“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.
Life is filled with difficult things, and following Jesus doesn't make us exempt, but we can draw inspiration from those who traveled this road before us.
Lent is a 40-day journey toward Easter. Today we draw lessons from the 40 days when Jesus fasted before his journey toward the cross and resurrection.
People often struggle to understand the Bible, but all Scripture points to Christ, the cross, and God's desire to transform us until we reflect His glory.
The teachings of Jesus are not always easy to hear. Jesus calls us to be focused more on the Kingdom than on ourselves, and to let uncommon love rule.
Sometimes what Jesus calls us to do is difficult or doesn't make sense, but when we are obedient, that's when the miracle happens. Will you answer the call?
Is your heart burdened for hurting people? Jesus calls us to be intentional in reaching them, forming relationships, and inviting them to receive healing.
Do you think about what you think about? The Scripture commands us to take control of our thoughts and focus on the right things. You CAN overcome anxiety!
How do you keep from drowning in anxiety when God doesn't always stop bad things from happening? It requires an important shift in your focus.
Unchecked anxiety can steal your joy and lead you into feelings of suspicion and anger, but your heavenly Father loves you, and he wants you to have peace.
Anxiety and happiness don't go together, yet we're told to have joy in all circumstances. How is that possible? Can you really rejoice in the Lord always?
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.