Cedar Pointe Sermons

The Fruits of the Spirit: FAITHFULNESS

July 26, 2020 • Pastor Jordan Golden

Faithfulness as a Fruit of the Spirit is defined as trustworthiness, loyalty and reliability. WE are talking about the person who follows through. Unfortunately it is becoming more and more rare to find people in this world who embody faithfulness. We need everyone to step up and embrace this trait that mirrors who our Creator is.

The Fruits of the Spirit: GOODNESS

July 19, 2020 • Pastor Jordan Golden

Goodness is not something comes natural to us. In fact goodness is a spiritual virtue that only comes from the Holy Spirit. We cannot manufacture goodness, nor can we force it into to others. Despite this reality, so often we try to do just that.

The Fruits of the Spirit: KINDNESS

Pastor Jordan Golden

What is kindness really? Is it a thought? Perhaps it is a general wishing for the wellbeing of others? Thankfully, we don't have to guess. Jesus makes it pretty clear what kindness is and how we are supposed to practice it.

The Fruits of the Spirt: PATIENCE (Part Two)

Pastor Jordan Golden

Last week we talked all about patience from the Holy Spirit. A patience we should be striving for. This week we are talking about how God has demonstrated, and still demonstrates patience toward all of us. The patience that God models for us is a patience we need to practice.

The Fruits of the Spirit: PATIENCE (Part One)

Pastor Jordan Golden

From an early age we are told we need to have patience. But what does that really mean? Is it just a matter of waiting? It turns out it something much more. Are you struggling as you wait on God to act in your life? Then you need to hear this sermon...

The Fruits of the Spirit: PEACE

Pastor Jordan Golden

We live in unprecedented times. Everywhere we turn there is chaos, frustration, and anger. How do we keep our peace in the face of all that is constantly going on in the world? How do we keep from feeling overwhelmed, anxious, and depressed? As usual God gave us the answer. Today we will explore how to keep your peace.

The Fruits of the Spirit: JOY

Pastor Jordan Golden

Joy is deeper than happiness. It comes from God, not the world. But in certain times it is very difficult to maintain our joy. So how do we fill the tank back up? Let's find out in today's sermon!

The Fruits of the Spirit: LOVE

Live on Sun, Jun 07, 11:30am CDT • Pastor Jordan Golden

We are called to love. In Galatians it we find out what the works of the flesh are and directly after that we find our what combats the works of the flesh; the fruits of the spirit.

Participating In The Kingdom

Live on Sun, May 31, 8:00am CDT • May 31, 2020 • Pastor Jordan Golden

What does it mean to actively participate in the Kingdom of God? For many of us it means we will have to make some sacrifices in our lives. Often times it is easy to just want to stand still, but today it is time to move forward.

Expanding The Kingdom

The Kingdom, Week 3 • Pastor Jordan Golden

The Kingdom of God is ongoing and it is our responsibility to help it grow here on the earth. But what does that look like? how can we do it in a practical way? In this sermon we explore one of the most effective ways to grow the Kingdom; invitation.

What Is My Role In The Kingdom?

Series: "The Kingdom" Week 2 • May 17, 2020 • Pastor Jordan Golden

Last week we talked about the Kingdom of God as we began our brand new series called "The Kingdom". This week we are diving deeper into our role in the Kingdom here on earth. What does it look like to exercise our dominion over creation responsibly? How are we supposed to work with others to do the will of God? As usual we look to scripture for the answers.

What is the Kingdom of God?

Series: The Kingdom, Week 1 • May 10, 2020 • Pastor Jordan Golden

Today we start a brand new series on the Kingdom of God. Often referred to in the Bible as the "Kingdom of Heaven" many people, including Christians, miss the significance and importance of the Kingdom of God. In part one of this series we will explore what the Kingdom really is.

Be A Good Neighbor

In times like these it is important to remember... • May 3, 2020 • Pastor Jordan Golden

We find ourselves in a very unique world. Now more than ever, it is important that we remember to be a good neighbor. What does that look like for the average Christian? It may be a little more complicated than you think.

Convenient Dishonesty

What happens when we accept dishonesty in our lives and culture? • April 26, 2020 • Pastor Jordan Golden

It seems that the world has become increasingly tolerant of blatant dishonesty. What happens if this trend continues? What happens to society? What happens to each of individually. A deep look into the Book of Jeremiah, Chapter 9, gives us a glimpse.

What Comes After

What happens after the current crisis is over? • April 19, 2020 • Pastor Jordan Golden

We are all living in a new world. One that has been ravaged and changed by a pandemic. This current state of affairs will eventually come to an end. We may not ever go back to normal, but we have to ask ourselves, what comes after?

The Truth of the Resurrection

Easter Sunday • April 12, 2020 • Pastor Jordan Golden

On Easter we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. But what is the big deal about the resurrection anyway? Yes Jesus conquered death, but how does that apply to me? Of course there are a lot of people who spread lies about Jesus and the resurrection. Let's tear down the lies today.

Palm Sunday: More Relevant Than Ever

April 5, 2020 • Pastor Jordan Golden

We celebrate Palm Sunday every year, but what is all the fuss about? Join Pastor Jordan as we dive in together to the story of Palm Sunday, why it matters, and why it is very relevant to us today.

Freedom From Anxiety and Uncertainty

March 29, 2020 • Pastor Jordan Golden

Recent events in our world have caused more anxiety and worry than ever before. Whatever sense of control we thought we had has been stripped away. How do we respond to all of this? How did we reign in our fear while everything seems so uncertain. It turns out Jesus gave us clear blueprint to follow.


Do Your Priorities Reflect Your Beliefs?

Acts: The Early Church