Standalone Sermons - Battle Ground

Battle Ground Campus Standalone Sermons

New Years

Jon Siebert

Standalone Sermon - Jesus Feeds the 4000

November 13, 2022 • Marc Arima

Our Good God (BG)

November 6, 2022 • Tim Furnanz • Psalm 103

As we see God’s good character displayed throughout history, He strengthens our faith and motivates us to live for Him.

Our Savior & The Secret of True Greatness

December 26, 2021 • Michael Hearn • Mark 10:45

Join us as we explore 📖 Mark 10:45 in a meditative look at Our Savior and the Secret of True Greatness. "For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.” Mark 10:45

Understanding Grief: Hope For The Hurting Heart (BG)

September 5, 2021 • Michael Hearn • Hebrews 4:15, Ecclesiastes 7:21, 1 Thessalonians 4:13–17, Psalm 55:4–7, Psalm 119:82

Life has been…different, hard, and in some ways we’re all longing to just go back to normal. The truth is, everyone is grieving the loss of something--or someone--right now. Most of us tend to ignore grief, pretending like it’s not there, just hoping it will fade over time. After all, time heals all wounds, right? But what if, the way to mending our broken hearts is by walking through our grief, not by sidestepping around it? Tune in as we define grief, seek to gain a biblical perspective on grieving, and together develop a framework for the pursuit of healing and hope.

Biblical Manhood

June 20, 2021 • Jon Siebert

In today's world, men receive so many mixed messages when it comes to how they should act or what true masculinity even means. Men need clarity on how to be men and scripture should be the place we start, not culture. In the Bible, we find that the person of Christ is the masculine ideal for manhood. You will never find a better representation of what a man should be like than Jesus. Join us for a deeper look at what the Bible has to say about godly masculinity and its implications for men--and women!

Knowing God: What's In A Name?

April 25, 2021 • Michael Hearn

What comes to mind when you think of God? According to A.W. Tozer, what we think about God is the most important thing about us. But, how do you get to know God? This Sunday we take time to look at who God is by what God reveals to us about Himself in Scriptures.


February 9, 2020 • Jon Siebert

Why We Plant Churches (BG)

November 17, 2019 • Jon Siebert