Sermons

“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.

Jesus continues to add to the Good Shepherd biblical theme with his telling of the shepherd who leaves the 99 sheep to go look for the one lost sheep. As…
Ezekiel continues to add further details to the Good Shepherd theme, most notably by pointing out that there are bad sheep, in addition to the bad shepherds. Yet, there is also…
The Good Shepherd theme famously described in Psalm 23 is actually picked up and further developed in a number of places in the Bible. We begin our Good Shepherd series…
Although Lent is, on the Christian calendar, the season of somber and tough reflection on our sins, we must also keep in mind how God brings us through the season of Lent.…
A look at Jesus's statement that we are called to have our "treasure" in the Kingdom of God--and that our "treasure" will be where our "heart" is. And how do…
Jesus told a parable of 10 bridesmaids: 5 of them foolish, and 5 of them wise. The parable only makes sense if we understand the rituals of a 1st century…
A look at Jesus's parable about the unjust judge and the persistence widow. Although the widow has absolutely no power to influence the judge, yet she proves to be the…
Having talked last week about the importance of writing down a Rule of Life, we talk this week of the important of sharing it--along with our ongoing goals, progress, and struggles…
As we finish our series on eliminating hurry and distraction so that we can hear from God, we look at the role of a written Rule of Life. This is…
The 4th set of practices in our series on eliminating hurry so that we can hear God speak to us.  Slowing our devotional time, as well as slowing our bodies…

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.