Current Sermon Series: Thoughts and Prayers

Whenever a tragedy strikes, national leaders will often announce that they are sending what has become a much-maligned offering of “thoughts and prayers.”  Many people not only question the sincerity of these offerings, but their effectiveness.  “Does prayer do anything?” “Does anyone hear?” In this series, we explore the amazing gift of prayer and why every circumstance – whether it is joyful or tragic – ought to be informed and formed by prayer.

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My Past is Not Fatal (Week 2)

We can be enslaved by guilt to the sin of our past. Yet, no matter how bad our sin may look to others or feel to us, the promise of the gospel is this: sin has been overcome by Christ! In John 21, Jesus walks Peter through his sin to forgive him of his sin. Jesus can do the same thing with us!


Others in this Series

My Life is Not Futile (Week 5) Series' My Life is Not Futile (Week 5)

One of the most basic questions of our existence is this: what is the…

My Behavior is Not Fixed (Week 4) Series' My Behavior is Not Fixed (Week 4)

The saws say, “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks,” or, “A leopard can’t…

My Pain is Not Fruitless (Week 3) Series' My Pain is Not Fruitless (Week 3)

The prophet Jeremiah was known as “the weeping prophet” because his ministry…

My Death is Not Final (Week 1) Series' My Death is Not Final (Week 1)

The story of Easter is amazing, but it only portends an even better story…