A story of redemption

The Glory of Yahweh

November 21, 2021 • Brandon Queen • Exodus 34:6–7

As we close our series in Exodus, we trace the theme of God's glory. What does the word "glory" mean? And how does God show himself as glorious?

The Golden Calf

November 7, 2021 • Brandon Queen • Exodus 32

As soon as they get the covenant, Israel breaks it. How will Yahweh respond? How will Moses respond?

Divine Blueprints

October 10, 2021 • Kyle Post • Exodus 20—40

Understanding how the detailed blueprints for the tabernacle revealed to Moses on Mount Sinai interconnect with the grand redemptive plan God has written throughout the biblical storyline from Eden to heaven.

The 10th Commandment

September 26, 2021 • Brandon Queen • Exodus 20:17

The 9th Commandment

September 12, 2021 • Brandon Queen • Exodus 20:16

The call to truthfulness - especially in a way that guards justice and others' reputations - is a mark of God's redeemed community. And through Jesus, we as the church can pursue being this kind of people together.

The 8th Commandment

September 5, 2021 • Brandon Queen • Exodus 20:15

In this message we look at the eighth commandment, "you shall not steal." The amount of human creativity harnessed to serve sins, like the sin of theft, is incredible. What would it look like instead for God's people to harness their creativity to serve generosity?

The 7th Commandment

August 29, 2021 • Pastor Todd Pellowe • Exodus 20:14

The 7th commandment, "do not commit adultery," is both straightforward and yet profound. How do we apply the fullness of this text to our lives today as Christians?

The 6th Commandment

August 15, 2021 • Brandon Queen • Exodus 20:13

The commandment not to murder seems pretty straight-forward, but what more is here for the people of God and what does it reveal of God's heart?

The 5th Commandment

August 8, 2021 • Bryan Baise • Exodus 20:12

The fifth commandment to honor your father and mother is coupled with a promise to live long in the land. The promise, like the commandments, is intended to signify what a life well-lived will produce. Honoring the elders and those in authority is an expression of gratitude to God and trust in his provision. A church and society that rejects their elders is a sign of disobedience, not enlightenment.

The 4rd Commandment

August 1, 2021 • Garrett Davis • Exodus 20:8–11

Entering God's rest is both a command and a gift. Why does God take the rest of his people so seriously? And how do we come to know the fullness of rest he has for us?

The 3rd Commandment

July 25, 2021 • Brandon Queen • Exodus 20:7

The commandment regarding the use of God's name is commonly misunderstood. What is the true, deeper meaning behind this command, and what is its significance for our lives as Christians today?

The 2nd Commandment

July 18, 2021 • Pastor Todd Pellowe • Exodus 20:4–6

God wants an exclusive, intimate relationship with his people.

The 1st Commandment

July 11, 2021 • Bryan Baise • Exodus 20:1–3

The beginning of the ten commandments continues a theme throughout what has come before it and what will come after: freedom is obedience and the prohibition to have no other gods before Yahweh is because God always places a well-worn path before us to follow: the one he carved for us in His word.

Ten Commandments Overview

July 4, 2021 • Pastor Todd Pellowe • Exodus 20:1–21

The “Torah” (first five books of the Old Testament) is filled with commandments from God. 613 of them to be exact. Why did God give so many commands? What are the general contours of the commandments? Where does Jesus fit it? How does the New Testament Christian, whose hope is in Jesus Christ, respond to the commandments of God in the Old Testament?

Israel at Sinai

June 13, 2021 • Brandon Queen • Exodus 19

At the foot of Mt. Sinai, the Israelites consecrate themselves as the Lord appears to them visibly, announcing the terms of the covenant that constitutes them as a nation.