Sermon Series: The Way of Jesus

A journey through the Gospel of Matthew

Make Disciples

March 14, 2021 • Dan Londeree

As we finish our journey through the Gospel of Matthew, we see the resurrection of our Savior and the mission he gives to all who follow him: make disciples. Renewing our focus on this mission will lead us to glorify our Father and bring people to Him.


March 7, 2021 • Dan Londeree

"Forsaken." This is a concept none of us wants to experience. To be rejected and despised. And yet, Jesus willingly took our place of being forsaken by God, so we could accepted by Him. We will examine the final statement of Jesus on the cross, and then remember his sacrifice for us as we observe communion together.

Defined by a Response

February 28, 2021 • Dan Londeree

We can learn a lot from how people respond to Jesus. As we walk through Matthew 26, we will seek to know Jesus and what it truly means to worship him.

Wasted Opportunity

February 21, 2021 • Brian Morrison

What does it mean to be prepared for the second coming of Jesus Christ? Brian Morrison examines the parable of the talents in Matthew 25 and shows us the importance of taking advantage of the opportunities God gives us to further His kingdom.

Stones Thrown Down

February 14, 2021 • Dan Londeree

Human achievements can be impressive, but they don't last forever. What really matters is the time and resources we invest in the work of the Kingdom of God. What does that mean for us, especially in light of the return of Jesus?

A Hypocritical Heart

February 7, 2021 • Dan Londeree

In Matthew 23, Jesus issues a public indictment of the scribes and Pharisees, and even calls them hypocrites. As we examine what takes place in the hypocritical heart, we must also ask God to examine us for those same tendencies so we can turn from them and turn back to Him.

The Greatest Commandment

January 31, 2021 • Dan Londeree

When asked what was the greatest commandment of the Old Testament Law, Jesus gave not one, but two. He said they were both on the same level, and they supported all other commandments of God. If they are that important, we must to follow them, too.

The Classic Battle

January 24, 2021 • Dan Londeree

In Matthew 21, Jesus violently cleanses the temple. How do we follow that example? Should we who follow him also seek to violently cleanse the world we live in? Or does following this example have more to do with the state of our own heart?

Redefining Love

December 6, 2020

Powerful Stories

November 29, 2020