Fear and power are not two words that go together very often. In fact, they seem opposed to each other. But there is a kind of fear that actually gives us power, the only kind of fear that the Bible prescribes: the fear of the Lord. In this sermon we look at how the fear of the Lord empowers us with courage for the challenges we face.
If you worried, weary, and worn, there is hope. The needy have a form of power that the self-sufficient do not. Join us as we seek to discover the power of the needy.
As we conclude our series on dependence and trust, we ask what it looks like to depend upon God in prayer. There are five beliefs that we believe everyone must have in order to ceaselessly depend upon God in prayer.
What can a great prophet teach us about fulfilling our call and learning to live well? Listen as we explore Psalm 90 together.
We continue our series on dependence and trust and ask how can we continue to depend and trust God even when he answers no to our prayers?
Guest speaker Rich Rivera explores the call of Jesus and how it helps us think about justice and renewal.
We may not like the idea that we're not in control when it comes to our provision. But the hard truth is, we're not. God is our provider. But, how can we trust him with such an important part of our lives? Listen in as we discuss how God changes or hearts and calls us to love him all the more.
“Who are you?” That is the hidden question we wrestle with on a weekly basis. In this sermon, we explore a passage that shows us what it means to depend upon God for our identity.
Everyone can think of someone they wish would change - in beliefs, behavior, attitude, or maturity. In this sermon, we explore a passage that helps us understand how we can depend upon God to change people in our lives.
What did Jesus have to say about spirituality? Join Pastor David Whitehead as he explores the story of Nicodemus and how this narrative has a lot to tell us about our current views of spirituality and power.
Many people refer to God as Lord, Creator, and some, even Father. But what would have to happen in order for us to move from referring to God as Father to depending upon God as Father? In this sermon, we explore Jesus' teaching on prayer to help us understand this important topic.
In this sermon, we explore two things that must happen in order for us to depend upon Jesus as our Savior.
Our mission is to make disciples who experience the power of the Gospel. In this sermon, we explore three things that we practice as a church that make room for growing in the ways, teachings, and likeness of Jesus.
Our culture today has preached (rather effectively) that our truth is what we make of it. As Christians, it is more important than ever to ground ourselves in the truth of the word of God and understand what it says about life and the God we serve. Join us today as we explored the foundations of our faith and the doctrine of the church.
As we finish our study of Ephesians, we look at Paul’s final instructions to the churches in Ephesus. God has done glorious things in Christ. And now they must learn to fight for the battles that rage on.
We spend a significant portion of our lives at work. What does it mean to experience God in this area of our lives? How does the Gospel shape our experience of work? Join us as we discuss this important topic.
No place has impacted us as much as our home. In this sermon, we explore how the Gospel shapes one of the most formative relationships we have - the relationship between parents and children.
We often assume that the most important story in a marriage is the story of the bride and groom and how they came to know each other. But the true story of marriage is actually a story about someone else. Please listen as we discuss this important topic.
The Christian message promises that God has and will change everything, including us. In this sermon, we explore how we can experience new life especially when we are tempted to our old life.
An empty grave changed the world. In this Easter sermon, we explore how to think about the resurrection of Jesus and hope after death.