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Miscellaneous Sermons

Sermons not a part of a formal series

When the Gospel Takes Root

May 15, 2022 • Pastor Matt Webster • Acts 19:21–41

When the message of Jesus begins to take root in our own lives, it will undoubtedly impact the culture around us.

A Peaceful Heart

May 8, 2022 • Pastor Todd Pellowe • Colossians 3:15–17

Good things happen when the risen king takes up residence in the heart of the believer.

Resurrection Clothes

Pastor Todd Pellowe • Colossians 3:12–17

If you've been raised with Christ, Paul tells us we've got to start dressing differently.

Resurrection Mindset

April 17, 2022 • Pastor Todd Pellowe • Colossians 3:1–4

The resurrection invites Jesus’ followers to see and think differently.

What is the Gospel?

April 10, 2022 • Brandon Queen • Romans 1:1–4, 1 Corinthians 15:1–5

A seemingly simple question, with a diversity of answers, begs for re-exploration. What do we uncover if we go back to the New Testament with fresh eyes? Listen to this exhilarating rediscovery of the original good news that turned the world upside down.

Many Homely Homes

April 3, 2022 • Justin Wilkey • Romans 15:1–7

To be hospitable is to welcome others by leading them into the strength, gladness, and glory of God in Jesus Christ.

Gender and Sexuality

March 13, 2022 • Brandon Queen

There's lots of confusion about issues of gender and sexuality, even within the church. What do we as a church believe, and what does the word say about these things? And how should we live this out?

The Heavenly Story

February 27, 2022 • Brandon Queen

The Bible is a "heaven and earth" story. Earth is where we live, so naturally we know more about what's happening here. But what is the story from the "other side"? What is the story of the spiritual world?

The Antidotes to Anxiety

February 6, 2022 • Bryan Baise • Philippians 4:4–9

Paul closes his “book of joy” with two paths to relieve the anxious Christian of their fears and concerns. Both secure ‘the peace of God’ and so should be used by Christians as they walk the path of pilgrimage. The first is prayer (4-7), and the second is recognition (8-9). The latter widens the scope of the Christian’s’ eyes to see the good gifts God has granted his creation (and so his people) and should be received the gratitude. Paul commands imitation, which implies *he* has done both. So should we.

The Body of Christ – Part 2

January 30, 2022 • Pastor Todd Pellowe • 1 Corinthians 12:4–7

Continuing the message from a couple weeks ago - what does it look like for the different members of the church to be gifted with spiritual gifts?

The Body of Christ

January 16, 2022 • Pastor Todd Pellowe • 1 Corinthians 12:27

How should Paul's metaphor of the church being a body impact how we live in community together?

Teach Us To Number Our Days

January 2, 2022 • Pastor Todd Pellowe • Psalm 90

Wild Sheep

December 26, 2021 • Justin Wilkey • Matthew 9:34–38

The Scriptures show us that this world is filled with helpless people. Lost people. Wild people. Indeed we find that, though we may generally know where we are or what is supposed to come next, on our own, we all are lost and helpless people. But God has determined to send us help, to send us His salvation.

Stranded Slaves Into Secure Sons

November 28, 2021 • Pastor Todd Pellowe • Galatians 4:4–7

As we begin advent, how does the Incarnation relate to our own adoption into God's family?

The Heart of a Disciple

October 17, 2021 • Garrett Davis • John 6:66–69

The mark of a true disciple is a willingness to follow Jesus no matter the cost, knowing that he alone has the words of eternal life.

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