Evangelism As A Mark Of Christian Maturity

  • April 23, 2018
  • BY Eric Morse
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Throughout history, evangelism was the lifeblood of the Church, a common element that grew Christendom rapidly. However, what was once normative has become incredible today as fewer and fewer Christians share their faith with others. Dr. Root encourages us to share our faith more regularly, pointing out that it’s far easier than we realize. Why … [Read More…] Evangelism As A Mark Of Christian Maturity

Your Final Exam

  • April 16, 2018
  • BY Eric Morse
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We only get one shot at life. How will the Lord remember your legacy? Would you live your life differently if you know there would be a reckoning on your deeds? In this sermon, guest speaker Dr. Mark Hitchcock discusses the Judgement Seat of Christ and its impact on the rewards that believers will receive … [Read More…] Your Final Exam

Hope in Dark Times

  • April 15, 2018
  • BY Eric Morse
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When times get tough, where do we turn? How should we order our thoughts and actions when darkness arrives? Pastor Reyes reminds us that in the midst of darkness, our hope needs to be rooted in the goodness of what God has done in our lives. God will always redeem us; the Lord is good … [Read More…] Hope in Dark Times

Hope Changes Everything

  • April 4, 2018
  • BY Eric Morse
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On this Easter Sunday, we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus. To some, this is a foolish pursuit. Why should we put our hope in Him? What does He offer us that’s secure and trustworthy? Don’t check your brain or your heart at the door, because the message of Jesus fully satisfies both. In this passage, … [Read More…] Hope Changes Everything

The King Is Coming

  • March 26, 2018
  • BY Eric Morse
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Palm Sunday begins a week of anticipation that culminates on Easter Sunday. It reminds us that Jesus was the coming king foretold in the Old Testament and fulfilled in the New Testament. But what kind of King was he anticipated to be? In this passage, we learn three character prophecies that Jesus fulfilled: He is … [Read More…] The King Is Coming

Map It! Setting Priorities God’s Way

  • January 8, 2018
  • BY Eric Morse
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With a New Year often comes new resolutions, a popular part of American culture. But what typically starts off with good intentions, is usually quickly discarded. That’s because the change intended relies entirely on ourselves. The Biblical model teaches us that the only thing that can truly change us is God. Psalm 37 teaches us … [Read More…] Map It! Setting Priorities God’s Way

Conflict Resolution

  • December 17, 2017
  • BY Eric Morse
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We live now in an age of instant judgment and opinions with little regard for prayer, meditation, reflecting and seeking God. Daily we are invited to judge, make decisions, evaluate, criticize the conduct deeds, and speech of others. The clamor of conflict is almost deafening. The Christian community is not immune to the conflict crisis. … [Read More…] Conflict Resolution

Why am I a Christian?

  • November 16, 2017
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Pastor Bill Bertsche speaks on “Why I Am A Christian,” focusing on the five Solas of the Protestant Reformation.

The Story and Significance of the Reformation

  • October 30, 2017
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Our culture is increasingly hostile toward Christianity. This isn’t new territory. Martin Luther saw how the gospel had been compromised within the Church 500 years ago. In response, he nailed his 95 Theses to the castle door in Wittenberg, thus sparking the Protestant Reformation. In this sermon, Pastor Lutzer lays out five monumental effects that … [Read More…] The Story and Significance of the Reformation

Homesick Christians

  • September 3, 2017
  • BY Eric Morse
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Do you ever feel like you were meant for another world, that you’re somehow out of place in this current one?  As people of God, we are promised an eternal home in heaven, our great hope and future. Life is hard, but it’s worth living well. If we are homesick Christians longing for heaven, how … [Read More…] Homesick Christians