“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.
In his final sermon at Melrose, Pastor Kyle talks about several things that make Christians different and offers encouragement for the road ahead.
The path of Jesus is very different from the ways of the world, and following Jesus can be costly. But Jesus assures us, it's worth it.
Jesus says, "the pure in heart... shall see God," but how can we have pure hearts when we continue to struggle with sin? What hope do we have?
God is merciful, and Jesus teaches that we as Christians should embody this. What does Jesus have in mind? What are some ways we can live it out?
What do you really want? Each of us has a God-given emptiness that we try to fill, but Jesus promises satisfaction to those who crave this one thing...
How can you have peace in the midst of conflict? Jesus reminds us that God's ways are not our ways, and things will not always be as they are now.
According to Jesus, those who are completely devastated and heartbroken have a reason to be happy. What did he mean? What is this strange blessing?
God's ways are not our ways. Jesus pronounced that those who are in "spiritual poverty" are blessed, but why? What is he talking about?
When we consider God's mercies, Paul says there is only one logical response - to give ourselves fully to God. What does that really look like?
Prayer is about communicating and communing with God, but it's OK if you don't have all the right words. How can prayer be more meaningful in 2020?
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.