Pastor Jeff's COVID isolation period is over, he's feeling great, and will be preaching on Sunday, as we begin to wind down our sermon series on Encounters With Christ. This week we'll learn something powerful from two nameless people who encountered Jesus on the cross.
We always hear church people say, “On the cross Jesus paid for our sins; if he hadn’t died we couldn’t be forgiven.” But why? What does that really mean? Nobody ever takes the time to break it down and explain it. On Sunday we will, as we continue to explore The Meaning of the Cross. We’ll […]
As a children of God, what do we have the right to expect from God in terms of the quality of our life? Most of us would hope for a long life filled with blessings with minimal suffering. But then along comes Jesus, saying, “Take up your cross and follow me.” What does that mean? […]
As Christians, we believe Jesus’ death on the cross was the most pivotal event in the history of the world. On Sunday we will launch a new sermon series that explores why. Over the next four Sundays we’ll look at four different meanings of the cross, each taking us deeper in the understanding of our faith and […]
This week we will explore the single most important concept for us to understand if we’re going to be followers of Jesus. The explosive power of Jesus’ message comes from this core concept. Do you know what it is? Have you internalized it? Are you living it? Sermon Video Reference
Do you know what it is? If not, you can’t protect your soul from it and might fall prey to it. This Sunday we’ll expose that fallacy and explore its opposite life-giving truth, as we wrap up our sermon series called, “Reflections On The Cross.”
Life constantly confronts us with difficult choices. What’s best for me versus what’s best for others. What I want versus what you want. Immediate gratification versus deferred gratification. On Sunday we’ll learn a wonderful life-giving principle that can help us when facing difficult choices. This will be the fourth installment in our sermon series called […]
Got any difficult people in your life? If so, you need this Sunday's sermon. On the cross, Jesus was surrounded by difficult people. From his example, we'll learn how to better handle difficult people in our own lives.
This Sunday we’ll continue seeking insight for how to handle stress and distress in our own lives by looking at how Jesus handled the most stressful and distressing experience of his life – the Cross. This Sunday we’ll focus on one particular fact – what happened to Jesus’ clothes when he was executed – and discover a wonderful […]
There are a million things that can cause pain in life – divorce, loss of a job, emotional abuse, a devastating diagnosis, chronic illness, betrayal, loss of a loved one, etc. Pain is a fact of life. So this Sunday, we’re going to talk about three powerful principles for triumphing over pain. This will be the […]