Designate a Driver

More Than Conquerors

August 28, 2022 • Jonathan Pokluda • Romans 8:5–13

Have you ever seen someone get into an accident because of bad driving? Have you ever been in an accident that was avoidable? As we continue our series, More Than Conquerors, JP teaches through Romans 8:5-13. He teaches us that our minds are driven by one of only two things: the Spirit or our flesh. Who is driving your mind?

1) There is a fight for the driver’s seat of your mind

2) Your driver determines your destination

3) Determine a driver: The Flesh or The Spirit

Are You Convinced?

September 25, 2022 • Dale Wallace • Romans 8:31–39

In the conclusion of our series, More Than Conquerors, we look at the end of Romans 8 to see how the gospel gives us security. This security means no one can oppose us, no one can condemn us, and no one can separate us because we are more than conquerors in Christ Jesus. 1) No one can oppose us 2) No one can condemn us 3) No one can separate us

Joy Rooted in Hope

September 18, 2022 • Jonathan Pokluda • Romans 8:28–30, James 1:2, Matthew 5:11–12, 1 Thessalonians 1:6, Philippians 2:17

Have you ever been in what felt like a hopeless situation? Maybe you are (still) in one right now? As we continue our sermon series, "More Than Conquerors," JP teaches through Romans 8:28-30, showing us as Christians, we can always have both joy and hope regardless of what life throws our way. 1) All things turn out for our good. 2) Our good comes from the inside out. 3) Our best is yet to come.

We Are Not There Yet

September 11, 2022 • Jonathan Pokluda • Romans 8:18–27, 2 Corinthians 4:17, 1 Peter 4:13, 2 Corinthians 4:16

Have you ever been on a journey but got tired along the way? Or have you been on a journey with kids who kept asking “are we there yet”? As we continue our series, More Than Conquerors, JP teaches through Roman 8:18-27, showing and reminding us this broken world is not our home. 1) Creation groans "we're not there yet" 2) Our bodies groan "we are not there yet" 3) The Spirit of God helps us in our weakness