American Idols

The Idol of Control and Time

July 2, 2017 • Pastor Kris Brossett

The Righteous Cause

Matthew 19:16-30 • June 25, 2017 • Pastor Kris Brossett

Salvation and satisfaction are found in Christ alone. No righteous cause is sufficient to secure your standing before God.

The Moral Person

Genesis 4:1-8 • June 18, 2017 • Pastor Kris Brossett

Neither Spiritualism, nor Legalism can save you. There is no other salvation apart from Christ. You’re “all in” or “all out”.

The Comfortable Person

Lamentations 1:1-2; Zechariah 10:2 • May 14, 2017 • Pastor Kris Brossett

The idolatrous pursuit and preservation of comfort promises protection, ease, and freedom while enslaving you to its demands and keeping you from the Comforter.

The Spiritual Person

Acts 17: 22-34 • June 11, 2017 • Pastor Kris Brossett

Neither Spiritualism, nor Legalism can save you. There is no other salvation apart from Christ. You’re “all in” or “all out”.

The Idol of The Good Relationship

Genesis 2:18; Isaiah 43:1-7; Romans 12:5; Deuteronomy 6:4-9; 1 Timothy 4:16 • June 4, 2017 • Pastor Kris Brossett

Humans were created for relationships that glorify God; any other partnership will lead to destruction. Godly relationships deeply satisfy.

The Idol Of Family

May 28, 2017 • Matt Hoard

The Popular Person

James 3:13-18 • May 21, 2017 • Pastor Kris Brossett

The sinful desire to fit in or be special will destroy you. Only Jesus can free you to love yourself and live with authenticity.

The Impenetrable Man

May 7, 2017 • Pastor Richard Ho

God’s love and grace allows us to live a life of vulnerability because in Christ we are always safe and accepted by God.

The Able Person

Jeremiah 17:1-13 • April 30, 2017 • Pastor Kris Brossett

Relying on your own abilities cannot heal or protect you forever. Temporal control is only a distraction from ultimate reality. Jesus is the only one who can heal you.

The Successful Person

2 Chronicles 26; 1 Kings 5 • April 23, 2017 • Pastor Kris Brossett

When success becomes an idol, it will corrupt your character, inflate your ego, and destroy your life. In its purest form, it’s the desire to be God. The only remedy to success idolatry is to come to terms with your humanity and face God in humility and repentance.