July 19, 2009 • Beau Hughes

Contempt and Redemption

November 20, 2022 • Luke 18:9–14

We all feel a sense of worthlessness or contempt in our hearts. We try to combat it with self-righteousness and self-loathing. When we realize that although we can’t save ourselves but Christ’s desire is to do that very thing, it produces in us a humble self-forgetfulness. Our reward is justification, atonement, and looking away from ourselves to gaze at the Lamb of God, our Savior.

Church Planter Commissioning

November 13, 2022 • Acts 13:1–3

It is our hope and prayer that we will have planted and revitalized 30 healthy, gospel-centered, multiplying churches by the year 2030. And God has already begun this work. As a church, our work is to collectively affirm what God is doing and commit to support the work of advancing the Kingdom of God through the sent ones. It is our honor to commission two men as they are sent by the Spirit to expand the Kingdom for His Glory.

You Will Receive Power

November 6, 2022 • Acts 1:1–11

There is an innate hunger for abundant life hidden in the heart of people, and the vast majority don’t yet know the beauty, truth, and relevance of Jesus. Before He ascended into the heavens, Jesus made a promise to His followers that we would receive power when the Holy Spirit comes. Therefore, we shouldn’t stare up at the heavens until He returns, but we should go share this good news of abundant life by the power of the Spirit.

Pulling Back the Curtain

July 17, 2022 • Revelation 1:12–18

Around the age of 90, the apostle John finds himself isolated on an island, far from the churches he had planted years ago, and imprisoned by the most corrupt and violent emperor. In this sermon, Ross Lester shares that it was during this season of suffering that Jesus gave John an astounding revelation.

Sweet Discipline

July 10, 2022 • Hebrews 12:5–13

To stand firm in hardship, we have to remember that we are children of a good, good God. In this sermon, Ryan Kwon reminds us that our Father trains, nurtures, and blesses us by His merciful hand as we go through hard seasons.

Desire, Delight, and Discontent

July 3, 2022 • Proverbs 30:7–9

In pursuit of contentment, our eyes become set on resources we do not have rather than what God has already given us. In this sermon, Mason King calls us to ask God for deliverance from the desire for more money or resource, thinking that more will cure what ails us.

A Sober Celebration of Life

June 26, 2022 • Matthew 5:13–16

In response to the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade, we celebrated the protection of life with a deep sense of sobriety. The work to care for women, children, and families continues to be a space where God calls His Church to enter into as salt and light.

Wisely and Well

June 19, 2022 • Ecclesiastes 1:1–11

In a flyover view of the book of Ecclesiastes, we see our lives as short and good and that we should live in preparation to meet our God. The time is now to live wisely and well.

Bring Your First and Best

June 12, 2022 • Malachi 3:7–12

If we bring our first and best to something other than God, we bring an offering to something unable to sustain our worship. We have worshiped at weak altars. Yet God pleads with us to return, seek first His kingdom, and steward well the resources each of us has been given.

Celebrate and Rejoice

June 5, 2022 • Philippians 4:4

There is a defiant joy and bend towards celebration by which the people of God are meant to be marked. While the church is messy and life increasingly complicated, God is still accomplishing amazing work among His people. This is a cause for celebration!

Lament and Hope

May 29, 2022 • 1 Peter 5:6–8

There are moments when the brokenness becomes so vivid it wakes us to see our world for what it is. Let us lift our heads and turn our eyes to our Lord, our only real hope.

Christ Is the “More”

May 22, 2022 • Colossians 1:15–20

Our money can put us on a treadmill with a goal we will never reach. Material wealth and status lose their luster, leaving us wanting more. Christ is the “more” for which our hearts are longing.

Only God Is Great

May 15, 2022 • Luke 12:32–34

Jesus is not anti-wealth, but He knows that money makes for a worthless god. Jesus is not coming after our money but our hearts.

Let the Nations Be Glad

May 8, 2022 • Acts 1:6–8

God is redeeming, renewing, and restoring every tribe, tongue, and nation on earth, and we find ourselves in the middle of the story.

The Surprising Call of God

May 1, 2022 • Jonah 1:1–3

God is at work around the world today. Lift up your eyes. The harvest is here.

Memento Mori

April 24, 2022 • Psalm 90:10–12

Our days have been numbered, our God is trustworthy, and Jesus has dealt with our shame.

Invitation and Celebration

April 17, 2022 • Romans 6:1–11

The resurrection of Jesus Christ is a means of celebration for the believer and an invitation for the unbeliever.

The Paradoxical Kingdom

September 19, 2021 • John 12:20–26

Jesus came to earth preaching the kingdom of God—His reign and rule over all creation—and it looks different than what many of us imagine.

Everyday Opportunities

September 12, 2021 • Luke 10:25–37

The love of Christ is the only answer to the brokenness of the world, but many of us walk right past what God is inviting us into every day.

The Breadth of the Gospel

September 5, 2021 • 1 Corinthians 1:15–20

The Bible doesn’t just talk about the gospel as individual salvation; the gospel is the good news that God is redeeming everything.