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February 25, 2024

February 25, 2024

The Humble Servant - John 13 pt.1

February 18, 2024 • Pastor Scott • John 13:1–17

Humility is a character trait that is rarely seen in our culture anymore. However, it is a trait praised by Christ and modeled for us by Christ. Jesus is the Humble Servant who came to give His life as the sacrifice for our sins, and as followers of Christ, we are called to follow His example and humbly serve others. 

Building Strong Faith 2024 - Engage

February 11, 2024 • Pastor Scott • Matthew 5:13–16, Acts 2:42–47

In the book of Genesis, after God made Adam, He said, "It is not good for man to be alone." Now that wasn't true just for Adam; it is also true for us today. As Christians, the Bible calls us to live in authentic community with other Christians. We are not meant to live isolated lives as lone wolves; rather, as the people of God in this world, we are to be salt and light to all those around us.

Building Strong faith 2024 - Deeper Intimacy

February 4, 2024 • Pastor Scott • Psalm 15

It is great news to know that God desires a good relationship with us. However, like with any relationship, we will have to put in some work if we want it to be great. We must desire a closer relationship with God and we must guard our hearts against loving the blessings of God more than God himself.

Building Strong faith 2024 - Exalt pt. 1 Worship

January 21, 2024 • Pastor Scott • Psalm 95

Worshiping God is a fundamental and vital aspect of a Christian's journey toward spiritual growth and a deeper relationship with God. While singing and music are indeed good, biblical expressions of worship, we must realize that genuine worship is so much more than just showing up one day a week to sing a couple of songs and listen to a sermon. True worship is supposed to encompass all of one’s life, wherein we seek to honor God in every area of our lives.

Building Strong Faith 2024 - Equip

January 14, 2024 • Pastor Scott • Psalm 119:1–8

Everyone wants a good life. Everyone wants a blessed life, and there are many thoughts and opinions on what it takes or what is needed to experience a blessed life. But the Bible teaches us that a blissful and blessed life comes from learning how to order our lives according to God's Word.

Building Strong Faith 2024 - Spiritual Growth

January 7, 2024 • Pastor Scott • 2 Peter 1:3–11, Hebrews 5:11–14

Growth is essential for all life, and this includes our spiritual life. The Bible teaches us that God expects us, His children, to grow spiritually. The Apostle Peter tells us that God has given us everything we need for life and godliness. However, unlike natural life, our spiritual growth will not be automatic; it will require effort on our part.

Jesus's Farewell Sermon - John 12 pt.6

December 31, 2023 • Pastor Scott • John 12:20–50

The life and ministry of Jesus was unlike anything this world has ever known, and although many believed, still, the Scriptures record for us that many people did not believe. As we look at this farewell sermon by Christ, we want to be mindful of the sin of unbelief and work to guard our hearts against it. 

The Wonder of Christmas

December 24, 2023 • Pastor Scott

As we approach yet another Christmas season, let us work to guard our hearts from becoming so desensitized, from familiarity to the Christmas story and traditions, that we miss the awe and wonder of Christmas and the story of our Incarnate God. 

Following Jesus: A Call to Faithfulness - John 12 pt.5

December 17, 2023 • Pastor Scott

Faithfulness and dependability are things that people look for in everything from a car to a spouse. So it should be no surprise to us that God is looking for faithfulness from us as well. Jesus modeled faithfulness in his life and calls us to follow in his footsteps as we learn to be faithful followers of Christ in this world.

Following Jesus: A Call to Die - John 12 pt.4

December 3, 2023 • Pastor Scott • John 12:20–26

There are varying definitions, in our world today, of what it means to be a Christian. Some people base their definitions off of what they've heard or maybe been taught. And then again, some just base it off of what they feel or think. But thankfully, Jesus did not leave us in the dark regarding what it means to follow him. In fact, he is very clear…to follow Jesus is a call to die to ourselves!

Envy: The Silent Killer - John 12 pt.3

November 26, 2023 • Pastor Scott • John 12:9–19

Envy is a destructive force that can silently creep into our hearts, poisoning our relationships, stealing our joy and peace, and hindering our spiritual growth in God. But as followers of Christ in this world, we do not fear because we have the victory through Jesus Christ our Lord! The Word of God provides us with both the diagnosis and the cure for this insidious sin and the power of God in our lives is leading us to break the hold of envy in our lives.

November 19, 2023

November 19, 2023 • Rob Mikesic

Extravagant Worshipers - John 12 pt.1

November 5, 2023 • Pastor Scott • John 12:1–8

Worship is an expression…an expression of honor, of love, of gratitude for who God is and what he does. Worship is the only right response to who God is and worship is supposed to be a key component in the life of a Christian. And here in John 12, Mary, Martha, and Lazarus give us three ways we can express extravagant worship to Jesus in our lives.

Misunderstood Messiah

November 12, 2023 • Pastor Scott • John 12:9–36

As we look at the Triumphal Entry story, we learn that Jesus is indeed the Promised Messiah-King, but He is a misunderstood Messiah. The people of that day expected a triumphant earthly king who would deliver them from Roman oppression. But they missed the spiritual significance of His entry. They misunderstood Jesus and his mission. For, Jesus the Messiah, came to bring spiritual salvation from sin’s tyranny, not political salvation from the tyranny of Rome

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