This Week's Message (7/26)

Individual Sermons

The Foundation of Fellowship

July 26, 2020 • Jeremy Barbrow

In this week’s study, we take an introductory look at the letter of 1 John. In the opening four verses of this epistle, John, the disciple whom Jesus loved, clearly declares Jesus’ identity (He is both God and man) and joyfully shares two privileges of following Christ: 1. Because of Jesus, believers have fellowship with God 2. Because of Jesus, believers have fellowship with one another

Last Week’s Message

May 10, 2020 • Dr. Peter Radford

In this message, we consider the relationship between Jesus and Mary through a survey of all their recorded interactions in the Gospels. From observing these interactions, we discover three truths: 1. Mary loved and cared for Jesus, though she didn’t fully understand his mission. (Luke 2:48-51) 2. Mary passed down her helpful nature to Jesus, though she didn’t fully grasp his miraculous power. (John 2:1-12) 3. Mary continued her motherly care for Jesus even into adulthood, while not fully understanding his identity. (Mark 3:20-34, John 7:2-5) The Big Idea of the message is that Mary loved and cared for Jesus by influencing him toward the path God had for Him. This message challenges us to parent in the same way as Mary, by loving and caring for our kids by influencing them toward the path God has for them.

The Reality of the Resurrection

April 12, 2020 • Dr. Peter Radford

The resurrection of Jesus Christ really happened. We serve a risen Savior, and we invite you to worship Him with us in one of our Zoom Life Groups. Use the link above to access a resource to guide your discussion this week, and contact the Church Office with any questions.

Last Week's Sermon

March 15, 2020 • Dr. Peter Radford

The One Another Passages of the NT

June 9, 2019 • Jeremy Barbrow

This week, we take a break from 1 Corinthians to review the "One Another" passages of the New Testament. In our study, we seek to remind ourselves of the simple, yet vital truth that God never intended for His children to follow Him in isolation. In addition to the amazing blessing of the Holy Spirit, God has given us one another (i.e., brothers and sisters in Christ) to love, encourage and serve.

Acts 12:1-25

April 28, 2019 • Jeremy Barbrow

Resurrection Sunday

April 21, 2019 • Dr. Peter Radford