Bible - Christianity Explained


Won't You be My Neighbor?

1 Peter3:13-15 • August 11, 2019 • Pastor Scott Smith

We always need to be ready to talk to others about our hope in Jesus. So, we dive into 1Peter to remind us that we need to have hope so that they can see through us the love of Jesus.

Living Well In Babylon

The Authentic Word of God

Good Friday 2019

The Cross and Love of God • April 19, 2019 • Pastor Robert Cavin

The magnitude of God's love demonstrated through the crucifixion of Jesus. Rejoice in God's merciful forgiveness.

Jesus the King

The Gospel of Mark

Growing In The Gospel

The Path of Discipleship • January 20, 2019 • Pastor Robert Cavin

How do you change your heart and your behavior? How do you overcome your flaws and problems? The more you grow in the gospel, the more God is at work in you to overcome those flaws and problems. The old ruts we've cut are removed and new ways of thinking, feeling, choosing, and acting are developed. The old is taken out and the new is put in.

Mission Recap

Go! Love! • January 13, 2019 • Pastor Robert Cavin

We recap the importance of where our church is headed, that's to be closer to God through our relationship with Jesus, and reaching out to community and friends.

Jesus Is Enough

Staying Focused on Our All-Sufficient Savior • January 6, 2019 • Scott Smith

Don't be deceived by false teachings.

Conversations with Jesus

John 3:4 • December 30, 2018 • Pastor Carl Dever

You can have a personal relationship with Jesus. There are several examples in the bible the bible no matter your status in life, Jesus wants to have a relationship with you.

Christmas Eve 2018

God Is In The Manger

Right Side Up in an Upside Down World

Jesus' Sermon on the Mount



The Rich Man and Lazarus

Putting On New Clothes

Memorial Stones

Joshua 4:1-9; 19-24 • May 27, 2018 • Carl Dever


Palm Sunday - Satisfied by The King of Peace

March 25, 2018 • Pastor Robert Cavin

God designed us to long for Him and to be satisfied only by Him. If we seek peace and joy in anything else, we never find what we're looking for. That's because Jesus + Something = never being satisfied. But when you look to Jesus, and Jesus alone for peace, you receive peace wrapped in expressible joy even during trials!