11:00 Worship

July 16, 2023 • Pastor Aaron • Amos 6:1–7

Complacency leads us down a path of neglecting what is important in favor of

serving ourselves.

Living in relative affluence requires that the believer regularly challenge societal norms

regarding our relationships with God and with the marginalized. We are not called to indifference but to faith in action.

11:00 Worship

July 23, 2023 • Youth Pastor Anthony Argueta • Luke 18:9–14

Our righteousness comes from God, not from thinking we are better than someone else. When we become too focused on everyone else, we lose the ability to clearly see ourselves, our needs, and our potential. God’s kingdom is at its best when we embrace diversity for his glory.

11:00 Worship

July 2, 2023 • Pastor Aaron • Matthew 7:12–14

Jesus calls his disciples to action, even when the journey is hard. Choosing the path of life means we must be willing to relinquish the default to convenience; loving Jesus and loving our neighbor will constantly require that we go the extra mile.

11:00 Worship

July 9, 2023 • Pastor Aaron • James 4:13–17

James is challenging us to consider how we live our life: in pursuit of control or in submission to the Lord. If we trust God, we don’t have to manipulate or control situations for our desired ends.