So, This Is the Church?

February 6, 2022 • Jim Colledge • Acts 2:42–47

In this stand-alone message, Pastor Jim Colledge discusses what it means to be the Church. As we look at Acts 2:42-47, we learn that saved people who share experiences, convictions, and identity make up a community of believers.

Church Planting is the Great Commission

March 20, 2022 • Zach Weihrauch • Matthew 28:16–20

In this stand-alone message, Pastor Zach Weihrauch discusses how church planting is the Great Commission. In looking at Matthew 28:16-20, we learn about God’s heart behind his command for us to make disciples.

Better Together

January 2, 2022 • Mike Holwerda • Galatians 6:1–2

Life has its ups and downs, and the Christian life is not meant to be lived alone. Listen in as Pastor Mike Holwerda speaks about the importance of caring for each other to fulfill what Jesus has called us to do and see we are better together.

God Does It for Us

October 24, 2021 • Joe Coffey • Isaiah 53:4–8, Hebrews 6:13, Hebrews 6:19, Genesis 15, Mark 15:33

We have officially reached the halfway point of our time in Romans. This week, we are taking a break from our “10 Sentences To Change Your Life” series for a standalone message on Genesis 15, where we see a significant encounter between God and Abram. Pastor Joe will help us fix our gaze on three main points: the doubts, the covenant, and the anchor. As we see in Genesis 15, even faithful believers like Abraham experienced doubt. But when we come face to face with doubt, and our faith starts to feel unsteady, we can remember the covenant God made with Abraham and the better covenant God made through Christ that would redeem us all. Our part has been taken care of. We never need to fear. Our doubts can remind us to look to Jesus, who signed our contract for us and paid our ransom, who took away the penalty of sin and gave us his gift of grace in its place. Jesus serves as the anchor our souls desperately need. God showed us that he would do his part, and he would also do our part through Jesus. There is no other anchor we can put our hope in, no other anchor that stays consistent with time and never changes. If you find yourself experiencing doubt today, look to Jesus and see the hope of the steadfast anchor we all desperately need for our souls.