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2017/2018 sermons are below, from most recent to oldest. Click the image for access to each series. If the series you are looking for is not listed, you can still find videos for each week by clicking here. For older sermons, click here.
Often, we say “yes” or “no” to things without really thinking. Sometimes we say “no” to everything because we feel too busy, or because we’re too afraid to say “yes.” Other times, we say “yes” to everything because we want to please others, or because we’re afraid of missing out. But what if we were more intentional about our “yes’s” and our “no’s.” What is God calling you to say “yes” to in 2018?
So many people claim to have “the truth” for which we are all searching; and yet, even those who claim to worship the same God often disagree on the details of who God is, how God acts in the world, and what thatmeans for our lives. In this sermon series, we use the Apostles’ Creed to explore the essential beliefs of the Christian faith and why those beliefs matter.
So often, when talking about prayer, even those of us who have been in church all of our lives say we don’t know how to pray, or we’re uncomfortable praying aloud, or we aren’t eloquent enough to pray. But prayer is one of the most natural things we do, and all of us do it instinctively. Prayer doesn’t require a sophisticated theological vocabulary or an advanced level of spiritual maturity. In fact, prayer starts with these five words: help, thanks, wow, sorry, and yes.
God created us to be in relationship with one another, but all human relationships are messy and challenging at times. In this 4-week series, we’ll explore wisdom from the Bible that can help all relationships become holier and healthier.
Easter is the most joyful day of the Christian year, when we celebrate Jesus’ resurrection and all it means for our life together!
You may have heard of the Seven Deadly Sins before, but what about the Seven Deadly Needs? These are just as dangerous to our relationships with God and others. In this 6-week Lenten series, we’ll explore the seven deadly needs and how to root them out of our lives.