March 2014

Written in Stone

During these weekends in Lent our worship theme is “Journey of Stones.”  As we journey through this world with our eyes fixed on Jesus and the gift of heaven, we find our passages is often rocky.  There are stones that weigh us down and trip us up.  We learn from stones that we need what only Jesus can offer—forgiveness, life and salvation.  Today we consider the weight and pain of sin in our sermon, “Written in Stone.”




February 2014

“Body Building” (I Corinthians 3:10-17)

We praise our God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, who called us by the power of His Word to be His Church, and as His Church, to share the Gospel with the entire world!




“Good, Better, Best” (Deuteronomy 30:15-20)

we give thanks to the Lord who has rescued us from the power of sin and death by His cross and empty tomb.  In response to the grace of God, we live our new lives to His glory.




Care Sunday

Following Christmas and Epiphany we consider the importance of growing in the faith God has so graciously placed in our hearts.  It is easy to take our faith for granted.  God has called us to “grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ” (II Peter 3:18).




What Are You Longing For?”

In the weeks following Christmas and Epiphany we consider the importance of growing in the faith God has so graciously placed in our hearts.  It is easy to take our faith for granted.  God has called us to “grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ” (II Peter 3:18).




January 2014

“God Owns It All”




Savings for Harvest and Famine

Today we hear how we can properly prepare for the future by a wise use of the Lord’s resources.  Too often we look at what we lack rather than seeing the blessings God gives and using them appropriately.  Today we learn about “Savings for Harvest and Famine.”




Trust God Completely

In worship we hear how we can “Trust God Completely.”  This sounds obvious to those who follow the Lord, but a closer look of our lives reveals that often we don’t. Too often we place our hope in things of the world rather than the promises of God.  True contentment is found in trusting the Lord in all things and at all times.




“Lighten Up!” (Isaiah 60:1-6)

Today in worship we celebrate “Epiphany,” the gift of Jesus, who comes as the Light of the World and the Savior of the Nations.  The gentile Wise Men followed the light of the star to worship the Lord of Life.  With these men we kneel before the Lord in worship, acknowledging in Him alone do we have abundant life and eternal life. Click for sermon outline.




November 2013

Not Just Clean Hands, But Clean Hearts

In worship we hear Jesus calling us to “Turn It Up,” when it comes to living our redeemed and renewed lives.  In the “Sermon on the Mount” Jesus challenges us to a life that exceeds any boundaries to love and sacrifice.  Today we hear Jesus reminding us that a sanctified life is one with a clean heart.