Summer Sermon Series: Exodus

The story of the exodus is one of the most famous stories in the world.  But beyond the famous scenes is a record – and a promise – of redemption. When sin oppresses the people of God, God rescues His people!  In this way, the story of the exodus foreshadows the exodus from sin, death, and the devil won for us by one who is greater than Moses – Jesus!

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Love Is...

Lent is a season that calls us to reflect on the great love that Christ has for us - a love so great that it moves Him to die. We, of course, are not only to reflect on Christ's love, but reflect out His love to the world. As Jesus Himself commands: "Just as I have loved you, you are also to love one another" (John 13:34). In this series, we look at some of the ways we can reflect Jesus' love, using Paul's description of what love is from 1 Corinthians 13.

"Sing With Joy" Presentation Series "Sing With Joy" Presentation

The story of Jesus's death and resurrection, shared in a dramatic musical…

Fulfilling Promises (Week 6) Series Fulfilling Promises (Week 6)

Jesus knows He will soon die when He rides into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday.…

Truthful (Week 5) Series Truthful (Week 5)

Achan’s lie hurts not only Achan, but the whole Israelite community. To…

Not Irritable (Week 4) Series Not Irritable (Week 4)

In Jesus’ parable, a judge gives a woman what she wants because she won’t…

Not Rude (Week 3) Series Not Rude (Week 3)

It is easy to be rude when someone angers you. But rudeness only ruins…

Not Envious (Week 2) Series Not Envious (Week 2)

It was envy that got Jesus killed. The religious leaders were jealous…

Patience (Week 1) Series Patience (Week 1)

Saul was not patient in waiting for Samuel to make a burnt offering and…