Recent Sermons

A New Response

Date Sun, Jul 24, 2016
Following Jesus’ example means living good lives before the world. When people unjustly inflict suffering on us, we endure it well, so that others might be drawn into a relationship with our Lord. Our suffering should point them to Jesus’ suffering, which He endured for their redemption. This is especially true when the difficulties come from someone close to us.
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A New Example

Date Sun, Jul 17, 2016

As “sojourners and exiles” (2:11), God’s people are to keep their conduct honorable so that God will be glorified. Perhaps the most difficult time to do this is when experiencing unjust suffering. But there is hope in such difficult circumstances when we obey God and follow Jesus’ example.

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A New Allegiance

Date Sun, Jul 10, 2016

1 Peter 2:11–17 

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A New Community

Date Sun, Jul 3, 2016

1 Peter 2:4–10 

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A New Love

Date Sun, Jun 26, 2016

1 Peter 1:22-2:3

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A New Focus

Date Sun, Jun 19, 2016

1 Peter 1:13–21 

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A New Life - 1 Peter 1:3-12

Date Sun, Jun 12, 2016

From the series, “Hope Changes Everything”.

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A New Identity - 1 Peter 1:1-2

Date Sun, Jun 5, 2016

The most important thing about you is not how you think about yourself, but how God thinks about you. Our view of ourselves is influenced by things that have little, if any, eternal significance: our jobs, appearance, wealth, past, or education. God’s view of us is based on eternal truths: who He has made us to be and what He has done for us.

Understanding our new identity in Christ provides the foundation for a growing relationship with God and others, and gives us the perspective we need to have a more accurate view of ourselves.

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Joy In The Journey

Date Sun, May 29, 2016

While in itself one long journey, life is also full of smaller journeys whereby God leads us from one place to the next. How we approach those journeys makes a huge difference in the lives we live.

As Christians, we can trust God to lead and guide us, and thus we can enjoy the journey He has us on—but joy in the journey is a decision. We must choose joy.

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In The Grip Of Grace

Date Sun, May 22, 2016

Today I give thanks to God, to my wife and family, and to the Elders, pastoral staff, and congregation. In the words of Paul, I commend you to:  

1.  The hands of God

2.  The Word of His grace

3.  The power of His Spirit

4.  The reward of His people

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