|Sunday Morning Sermons|
|Praising God for His Sovereignty in Affliction|
|17 January 2021 - Steve Woodman|
"God, although He visit His children with temporary chastisements of a severe description, with ultimately crown them with joy and prosperity." (John Calvin)
|An Invitation to Consider the Works of God|
|10 January 2021 - Steve Woodman|
Based on God's past faithfulness, we can rest assured of His future faithfulness. His sovereign hand is at work, using even man's sin to accomplish His purposes.
|An Invitation to Whole-Hearted Worship|
|03 January 2021 - Steve Woodman|
Consciously bring your heart into the worship of God by considering who He is and what He has done.
|He Shall Feed His Flock like a Shepherd|
|20 December 2020 - Steve Woodman|
The tender love of Christ for his people is foreseen by Isaiah as the tender love of a shepherd for his lambs.
|To God Be the Glory!|
|13 December 2020 - Steve Woodman|
Paul ends the letter to the Romans with a benediction.
|Keep Believing and Obeying|
|06 December 2020 - Steve Woodman|
Doctrinal precision is important, but the Church should not divide over minor doctrinal differences. Paul urges believers to avoid those who use minor differences between believers as a wedge to drive them apart.
|Listening to Jesus|
|29 November 2020 - Dustin Battles|
Peter, James, and John behold the glory of the the transfigured Christ. Only in retrospect do they see the full glory of that moment for what is really was.
|Come to the Waters|
|22 November 2020 - Chase Kitzmiller|
God is the only one who offers salvation, and He offers it to you at with no cost to you at great cost to himself. He will accomplish the salvation of his remnant, those he has called from out of ruin.
|Time To Get Personal|
|15 November 2020 - Steve Woodman|
Pastor Steve walks through Paul's personal greetings at the end of his letter to the Romans.
|The Compassion, Willingness, and Power of Jesus|
|08 November 2020 - Gordon Taylor|
Matthew 8:1-4 |
Jesus performs a physical miracle of healing and restoring the extremities of a leper to show that he is willing and able to perform the spiritual miracle of healing and bringing new life to your dead heart.
|Planning and Trusting|
|01 November 2020 - Steve Woodman|
A man plans his ways, but the Lord guides his steps. God used Paul to minister the Gospel to the Gentiles in Rome, but not in the way Paul expected.
|A Minister of Jesus Christ to the Gentiles|
|25 October 2020 - Steve Woodman|
Following the example of Paul, Christians should desire to live as living sacrifices, bringing glory to Jesus Christ in whatever He has called them to do.
|A Future Hope|
|18 October 2020 - Ryan Brown|
2 Chronicles 36:22-23|
The author of Chronicles leaves his readers with the anticipation of a future hope: a coming King and his kingdom.
|Living for Others Like Jesus Did|
|11 October 2020 - Steve Woodman|
Christ-followers should be willing to give up their own rights, comforts, and liberties out of a love for God and others.
|The Promise by Faith|
|4 October 2020 - Corbin Kitzmiller|
God loves us and sets us apart because he chooses to, not because we deserve it.
|Christian Liberty of Conscience, Part III|
|27 September 2020 - Steve Woodman|
Christianity is about lives being changed by God's transforming grace, and believers living those lives to bring glory to the King - not about following a list of do's and don'ts.
|Christian Liberty of Conscience, Part II|
|20 September 2020 - Steve Woodman|
The guiding principle in the liberty of conscience discussion is "living sacrifice" - a life lived to the glory of God.
|Christian Liberty of Conscience, Part I|
|13 September 2020 - Steve Woodman|
As created humans, we are not to demand more of one another than God does. Being bound by things that God hasn't specifically spoken to can lead to a critical spirit.
|An Urgent Appeal to Live as a Christ Follower|
|6 September 2020 - Steve Woodman|
As children of the light, try to live as God's special people in this age of darkness.
|Love as the Primary Motivator|
|30 August 2020 - Steve Woodman|
We are called, as Christ-followers, to dig a little deeper and see the spiritual nature of the commandments and not just to seek conformity to a bare minimum standard that would help us avoid punishment. We are to love God and to seek the intent of God's law in loving others as we love ourselves.
|The Baptism of Jesus|
|23 August 2020 - Steve Woodman|
Christians are baptized in water to identify with Jesus. At his baptism, we see a part of Jesus' glory revealed AND his identification with us. Baptisms are an occasion for us to celebrate God's work in adding to His people.
|Subjection to Governing Authorities, Part 2|
|16 August 2020 - Steve Woodman|
A Christian's default posture toward governing authorities should be one of appropriate submission to God-ordained institutions. However, there are cases when civil disobedience is sanctioned by scripture. Christians are not to obey laws that require them to sin. We ought to obey God rather than man.
|Subjection to Governing Authorities, Part 1|
|9 August 2020 - Steve Woodman|
Our King has set up governing authorities for His people to follow as honorable citizens of this country and of a greater country.
|The Conversion of the Ethiopian Eunuch|
|2 August 2020 - Steve Woodman|
Acts 8: 26-40
Those who have had an encounter with Jesus Christ (like the Ethiopian eunuch) have great joy because of the freedom that comes with knowing Him.
|A Truly Christian Church Culture, Part 3|
|26 July 2020 - Steve Woodman|
We are challenged to display Christlike Humility and Trustful Peacemaking as members of a Christ-centered church culture.
|A Truly Christian Church Culture, Part 2|
|19 July 2020 - Steve Woodman|
In order to exhibit the characteristics of a truly Christian church culture, followers of Jesus need the transforming grace of the Gospel to change their hearts.