Formed by the Gospel

Acts 3:1-4:22

October 17, 2020 • Josh Moffit

When we view the Gospel in a man-centered way we stop being formed BY it and instead we use it as just another tool for our own self-fulfillment, self-help, and to achieve our own social ends – and the message becomes – “God is good. We’re all good. Let’s just feel good and do good.” – THIS is a total distortion of the true Gospel. The Gospel is the good news that God, the Holy and Righteous Author of life, looked upon a rebellious people with love and sent Jesus Christ, the only Son of God, into history to reconcile a people to himself by living a perfectly righteous life, dying on the cross for our sins, and rising from the dead conquering sin, death, and evil so that all who believe in Jesus will receive new and eternal life by his grace and have everlasting joy in his Kingdom.

The Glory of God

November 28, 2020 • Tim Cain

What exactly is the glory of God and why is it so special? If it is so special why do we often find ourselves more focused on other things? These are just a few of the questions we will try and answer in this sermon.

The Holy Spirit's Role in Treasuring Jesus and Mission

November 21, 2020 • Wes Van Fleet

When it comes to the mission of the church to advance the gospel, there have been countless methodologies prescribed throughout church history. As helpful as those may be, the mission of the church is impossible without the Holy Spirit. Listen and hear how the Holy Spirit empowers us to treasure Jesus and call others to treasure him as well.

Sent on Mission to the World

November 14, 2020 • Tim Cain

Why are we here? What is the ultimate purpose of our lives? When Jesus came to earth 2000 years ago he came with a clear purpose. Over and over in the book of John he talks about not doing his own will but the will of the one who “sent him.” When Jesus found himself at a crossroads he would always go back to the will of the one who sent him to make his decision. And then in John 20:21 Jesus said to his disciples “As the Father sent me, even so I am sending you.” In this sermon we will discuss what it means for us to be sent by Jesus to finish the work that he began. We will also talk about some of the obstacles to living this sort of way and what Jesus has given us to help us overcome those obstacles.