Not the Way It's Supposed to Be
A Biblical Study on Sin
Easter 2018: The Answer
1 Corinthians 15 • April 1, 2018 • Brian Watts
As we conclude our series this week for Easter, we reflect on and lament how we all sense the world is not the way it's supposed to be. However, the good news we look at this week in 1 Corinthians 15 is that the resurrection of Jesus Christ marks the beginning of the world returning to the way it's supposed to be.
The True Barometer
Mark 14:32-42 • March 25, 2018 • Brian Watts
Sometimes it's easy to minimize our sin and make it seem like it is not that bad. We continue our series this week and begin Passion Week by looking at the anguish Christ went through in Mark 14 and how we need to use that as our barometer of our sin.
The Response to Sin
Psalm 51:1-19 • March 18, 2018 • Brian Watts
We've spent quite a bit of time discussing sin over the past few weeks. But what do you do when you are confronted with that sin? We continue our series by examining Psalm 51 this week and looking at David's response before God when he was confronted with a great sin.
The Broken Compass
Judges 19-21 • March 4, 2018 • Brian Watts
There is no greater creed in our culture than follow your heart. The problem is, it assumes that you and I have a good heart. We continue our series by examining the end of Judges and looking at what we typically use as our moral compass versus what should be our guide.
The Most Overlooked Sins
James 4:13-17 • February 18, 2018 • Brian Watts
In week 6 of our series, we examine the most overlooked sins. We are usually aware of the things that we do that we shouldn't do. But we often overlook the things we should do but don't. In this message, we examine our sins of omission which are subtle but incredibly destructive.