Sermons prior to November 2015 may be found on the Sermon Archive Website.

Support Our Webcast MinistryClick here to donate!

Religionless Christianity

. . . is a phrase coined by Rev. Dietrich Bonhoeffer while in prison shortly before he was executed by the Nazis.  He didn’t live long enough to fully develop the idea, yet it’s a strangely compelling phrase.  Religion has earned a bad reputation.  We long for something more genuine and life giving.  So what […]

Continue reading

Did you know that the power of God within you is just waiting to be released through the words that you speak?  Join us this Sunday – Pentecost Sunday – as we explore what Jesus taught us about the power of our words to shape reality and create wellbeing. Today's Scripture Acts 2:1-4 and Mark […]

Continue reading

More Than A Pretty Name

Do you know why grace is so amazing?  It's more than a pretty name or the time the bank gives you when your mortgage is late.  Join us on Sunday to find out why grace is the greatest blessing of all.  Today's Scripture Ezekiel 36:26, Isaiah 53:6, 1 John 1:9, Romans 6:1, Psalms 145:8, Ephesians […]

Continue reading

How Not To Mess Up Your Life

Life is full of important decisions.  Get ‘em right, and you’ll thrive.  Get ‘em wrong, and you’ll struggle.  So this Sunday we’re going to explore what the prophet Hosea has to say about how to make good decisions.  We’ll discover three keys to making solid, life-giving decisions. Today's Scripture Hosea 8:1-7 Discussion Questions "Going Deeper" […]

Continue reading

Sing It Anyway

On Sunday we will celebrate our mothers, while at the same time exploring what God wants to say to each of us, personally, through the prophet Ezekiel, as we continue our series on Old Testament prophecies.  We’ll use examples of great women of faith to bring alive the key points of Ezekiel’s prophecy.  Invite your […]

Continue reading

Your Creation Blueprint

This Sunday we continue our new sermon series in which we’re taking several Old Testament prophecies and applying them as if they were spoken directly to us and for us – because they were!  This week we’ll study a prophecy that tells you how to know what God wants you to do with your life.  […]

Continue reading

What Should Have Been

When we face hard times, it’s easy to get stuck wishing we could go back to a “better” time.  It’s easy to nurse regrets.  To ask, “What if?”  To ruminate over “what should have been.”  This week we launch a new sermon series called “Ancient Bible Prophecies: Could They Foretell Your Future?”  Each week we’ll […]

Continue reading

Faith, Doubt, and Somewhere in Between

Do you ever experience doubt?  Most of us try to suppress it.  After all, doubt is a sin, right?  Well, not exactly.  In fact, doubt has played a huge part in the life of many Bible heroes.  This Sunday we’ll explore a couple examples – and in the process, gain a much better understanding of […]

Continue reading

Chain-Reaction Miracle!

If Easter is simply a story about something incredible that happened 2,000 years ago, it feels a bit irrelevant, frankly.  But what if it’s not?  What if the miracle that began on the first Easter is still playing out in our world today – and we can experience it and share it right where we […]

Continue reading

The Last Straw

Sunday marks the beginning of Holy Week, culminating in Good Friday and Easter.  This Sunday we’ll study the Gospel story that most scholars believe was the proverbial “straw that broke the camel’s back” – one last, great, daring act by Jesus that sealed his fate on the cross.  Today's Scripture Mark 11 (select verses) Discussion […]

Continue reading

The Greatest Provocation

We’re getting closer and closer to Easter, counting down the days to Jesus’ death.  As we do so, we’ll continue unraveling the murder mystery surrounding Jesus’ death, exploring clues left behind in the Gospel record.  This week we will explore Jesus’ greatest provocation – an idea so heretical, the religious establishment had no choice but […]

Continue reading

This Sunday we continue our journey to the cross by looking at yet another Gospel passage that resulted in yet another death threat against Jesus.  This week we will focus on a passage where Jesus launched a frontal assault on how religion often uses rules as an instrument of control.  Each one of us will […]

Continue reading