Sermons

Current Series

Seeds

Seeds are most often very small and they seem so insignificant, that is until you put them in the ground.  Once they begin to grow they become much larger than their original form and they even multiply themselves hundreds of times over.  It is no wonder that God uses this seed analogy to describe the influence that His church should have on our society and culture.  Knowing how the seed multiplies is the key to maximizing our influence as God’s church.

Supernatural

Too often the Christian life is marked by frustration and defeat because we try to live for God by our own self-effort. This is not what God wants for us. God has given us something supernatural. When we learn to walk in the power of God's Spirit, we can live an incredible life of purpose, change, and freedom.

#Untouchables

There are many trending topics in our culture, and the church is often the last one to talk about them. These topics are often seen as off-limits and untouchable, mostly because there are many different opinions. It is time to talk about these things, even if it feels uncomfortable. So get ready as we discover God's straightforward answers, instead of the opinions of others. It is in God's truths that we are set free.

Mosaic

Ever feel like God can’t use you? Maybe your past has left you with baggage and now you feel unqualified. When we see broken pieces, God sees a masterpiece. God can use your story for His work and purpose. As a matter of fact, when we journey through the Bible, we see that God uses the brokenness of people to do amazing things. As we dive into these stories, our hearts become encouraged and empowered to attempt great things for God.

I Am

Who is Jesus? This is one of the most important questions we could seek to answer. To the misfortunate, Jesus was a second chance. To the dead man, He was life. To the searching, He was the long-awaited answer. To the broken, He was hope. Who is Jesus to you? In this series discover the life-changing promises of what it means when Jesus says, “I Am.”

12345678910