My Love-hate Relationship with the Fourth of July

July 4, 2020 • Ty Gibson

On July 5, 1852, Frederick Douglas, escaped slave and abolitionist, asked an audience of freedom-loving white Americans, “What, to the American slave, is your 4th of July?” The history that followed answered the question. It is an answer that requires sober reflection and has profound implications for our understanding of the gospel. Israel’s liberation from slavery is the Old Testament story from which the New Testament idea of salvation is derived. From the crucible of black slavery in America, “liberation theology” emerged.

Disruptive Miracles

September 5, 2020 • Benjamin Lundquist

Benjamin Lundquist shares a powerful message on our need to lay down excuses, embrace disruptions, and step forward into God’s call for our life.

The Hardest Truth In the Bible

August 29, 2020 • Ty Gibson

Are you the kind of person who wants to know the truth even if it hurts? Or do you prefer to be lied to in order to maintain your comfort? In this message, you’ll find yourself face-to-face with the hardest truth in the Bible. Good luck.

A Strange Case of Mistaken Identity

August 22, 2020 • Ty Gibson

The Bible is the story of two distinct human identities. The first is defined by deception, broken trust, and shame, the second by truth, trust, and innocence.