Security in the Savior

February 11, 2018 • Nancy Davis

"If God be for us, who can be against us."

The Blessed Nation

Psalms 32:12-21 • February 4, 2018 • John Wright

Believe it or not, David was not talking about the United States when he wrote, "Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord." How, then, do we frame it in the context of our own lives? What do we learn about God in that verse and that song and how do we live out what we learn?

Solitude & Silence

January 28, 2018 • Olga Flores

"Be still and know that I am God." There's an incredible amount of wisdom packed into those eight words. In this message, we learn the incredible potential found in solitude and silence.

God With Us

Exodus 15:22-25 • January 21, 2018 • John Wright

Life happens. Some time life is harder than other time. That doesn't make us bad, or less faithful. It is just the way life happens. How do we respond when life gets hard? How should we? What does God have to say about it?

The Compassionate Heart of God

January 14, 2018 • Nancy Davis

Today we're looking at John 11 and the story of Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead. An incredible story, for sure, but what can we learn about the Lord and ourselves from it? We hope you are encouraged as you listen!

Redeem the Time

January 7, 2018 • Randy Ortiz

Time is the most valuable commodity we have. Everyone is given the same amount, the only variable is what we do with it. As we start the new year, we learn from Paul's letter to the Ephesians about the importance of getting the full value of the time we are given.

Unto Us

December 24, 2017 • John Wright

Just what was Isaiah implying when he predicted that "unto us a child is born, unto us a Son is given"? Today we look at the names Isaiah gives the promised Messiah and hope you are encouraged as we learn Who was born unto us.

A Light in the Darkness

December 17, 2017 • John Wright

There are hundreds of predictions and promises concerning the coming of the Messiah in the Old Testament. Today, we talk about the significance of what Isaiah said: "The people who walk in darkness will see a great light."

If My People Pray

December 10, 2017 • John Wright

"If my people humble themselves and pray..." Prayer is one of the most overlooked and underutilized gifts that God has given to humanity, yet it is was of the, if not THE greatest privilege we have. Today, join us as we talk about not just the importance of prayer, but the result God promises when we do.


December 3, 2017 • John Wright

In a culture that is driven by appearances, God reminds us that He looks at the heart of people and is able to discern our character.

His Mercy Endures Forever

November 26, 2017 • John Wright

Today we've put our entire service online. Our worship team crafted a service that glorified God in response to His mercy. We hope you enjoy and are encouraged by the music and message.


November 19, 2017 • John Wright

Today we're looking at the Beatitudes Jesus taught in the Sermon on the Mount and learn what it means to be blessed.

He is Able

November 12, 2017 • John Wright

Today we're looking at the story of the Good Samaritan. You may not embrace Christianity right away, you may not choose to follow Jesus right away; but our hope is that you will feel a modicum of relief while you listen. That relief comes from God through His Son, Jesus.

Preach the Gospel

November 5, 2017 • John Wright

How Paul ministered in Athens is relevant because he was in the middle of a culture that was far from the God of the Bible. To be effective, Paul had to start somewhere, and if we’re going to carry out Jesus’ commission to preach the Gospel and make disciples, we must be willing to start anywhere.

The Conviction of the Converted

October 22, 2017 • John Wright

As a rabbi, Jesus consistently made it clear that following Him has consequences. Join us as we study the first part of the book of Ruth and learn about the conviction of the converted.