Uncommon Family

Sermon Series

Uncommon Fathers

June 19, 2022 • Scott Kedersha • 1 Thessalonians 2:8–12

One of the biggest problems we face in our society today is the absence of intentional, involved fathers. As we finish our series on the Uncommon Family, Scott talks about how Uncommon Fathers encourage, comfort, and urge their children to live lives worthy of the gospel. 1) Uncommon Fathers Encourage 2) Uncommon Fathers Comfort 3) Uncommon Fathers Urge

Uncommon Parenting

June 12, 2022 • Derek Davidson • Psalm 127

Parenting is a task given to us by God that requires intentionality. As Christians, the way we view the task of being a parent and the way we view our children needs to be uncommon to the world around us. As we continue our series Uncommon Family, Derek Davidson teaches through Psalm 127 on what an Uncommon Parent does. 1) Opportunities open out of ordinary obedience 2) The gospel gives generously 3) Miracles make way for the message

Uncommon Marriage

June 5, 2022 • Scott Kedersha • James 4:1–10

Left to our own desires, we’re all selfish and put our needs before the needs of others. This leads to conflict and dissatisfaction in all relationships. The uncommon marriage stands out and is marked by a selflessness that comes from a humble relationship with the Lord and with our spouse. 1) We fight with each other because we’re selfish 2) We fight with God because we’re selfish 3) We fight selfishness with humility

Uncommon Legacy

May 29, 2022 • Dale Wallace • Deuteronomy 6:4–9

Just as JP taught you can pass luggage/bad things on to the next generation, we can also pass on good things to the next generation. In fact, the most important thing you can pass on is an authentic faith. This week we learn 3 ways to pass on our faith to create an uncommon legacy. 1) Set the example 2) Show them the way 3) Surround them with Scripture

Generational Baggage

May 22, 2022 • Jonathan Pokluda • Jeremiah 32:18, 1 John 4:15–16, Ephesians 2:8–9, Psalm 37:25, 1 Peter 5:7

Have you ever traveled somewhere with a lot of luggage? Do you prefer traveling with a lot of luggage or a little luggage? As we continue our series, Uncommon Family, JP teaches us about generational baggage, how all of us have varying amounts of baggage based on our family of origin, and how we can deal our baggage. 1) False beliefs 2) Performance 3) Fears 4) Sin Struggles 5) Abuse/abandonment

Uncommon Men and Women

May 15, 2022 • Wes Butler • Genesis 1—3

As a Christian, what does it mean to be God’s man or God’s woman? Do the Scriptures speak to this issue? As we continue our series, Uncommon Family, Wes Butler teaches us what it means to be uncommon men and women in a culture that is consistently blurring the lines between the two by examining Genesis 1, 2, & 3. 1) Uncommon men and women are made when we model biblical womanhood and manhood 2) Uncommon men and women are made when we avoid gender stereotypes 3) Uncommon men and women delight in diversity 4) Uncommon men and women empathize with the broken.

Uncommon Mothers

May 8, 2022 • Nate Hilgenkamp • Matthew 15:21–28

To make an uncommon difference, you must live in an uncommon way. In this sermon, we see how an uncommon mom impacted her daughter through her passionate pursuit of Jesus. 1) Uncommon Moms have an uncommon pursuit of Jesus 2) Uncommon moms contend for their kids 3) Jesus honors uncommon faith