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.

Foolish Things Christians Believe

My Pain is Not Fruitless (Week 3)

The prophet Jeremiah was known as “the weeping prophet” because his ministry was so difficult. Though, in our culture, we try to avoid pain as much as possible, pain can have a purpose in God’s Kingdom. If God can use the pain of His Son to save the world, He can use our pain to touch the lives of others with His truth.


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

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My Past is Not Fatal (Week 2) Series' My Past is Not Fatal (Week 2)

We can be enslaved by guilt to the sin of our past. Yet, no matter how…

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…