Eliminating Stress

  • January 14, 2020
  • BY Eric Morse
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Our society is inundated by stress. Often, we conflate busyness with significance. How do we break out of this negative cycle? In this sermon, we pose three self-evaluating questions that can help us determine if our schedules are filled with things that are significant and worth pursuing, or things that are insignificant and stealing our … [Read More…] Eliminating Stress

Creation

  • January 13, 2020
  • BY Eric Morse
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What does the creation narrative tell us about God’s overarching story of salvation? The story of creation tells us that nothing is here by chance, and that there is a God who decided to create and who cares for his creation. Three truths are evident from the text: all of creation reflects God’s glory; all … [Read More…] Creation

The Gospel: Personal and Cosmic

  • January 7, 2020
  • BY Eric Morse
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What is the gospel and how does it relate to our world? The gospel has two dimensions: it’s personal enough to change you and big enough to change everything. Our response to that good news impacts our eternal destiny.   Ephesians 1:3-23.

The Good Shepherd

  • December 30, 2019
  • BY Eric Morse
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What does it mean that Jesus is the good shepherd? In this sermon, we explore what Jesus came to save us from and what He offers us. Satan seeks to destroy our eternal significance. Jesus came so that we can have life to the fullest.   John 10:10

Come, Thou Long Expected Jesus

  • December 17, 2019
  • BY Eric Morse
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The New Testament claims that Jesus’ arrival fulfilled all of the law and prophets from the Old Testament. What does this mean, and why is this important for our faith? In this sermon, we see how Jesus’ arrival on earth displays our need for a savior, demonstrates our need for Scripture, and declares our need … [Read More…] Come, Thou Long Expected Jesus

An “Even If” Faith

  • December 10, 2019
  • BY Eric Morse
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Amazed and Confused

What does it look like to have a faith in God that weathers all storms? In this sermon, we learn about how we can respond to God in faith regardless of what life brings. We can trust that God is good and faithful to those who love Him. Because of God’s character, our response should … [Read More…] An “Even If” Faith

Holding On To Hope

  • December 3, 2019
  • BY Eric Morse
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Amazed and Confused

Everyone faces challenges that leave us uncertain and feeling unstable. What can we hold on to during these turbulent times? In this sermon, we find learn three assurances we can grab onto in difficult situation: God will judge, God will be glorified, and God will be worshipped. When the idols of our lives are pulled … [Read More…] Holding On To Hope

Waiting for the World to Change

  • November 26, 2019
  • BY Eric Morse
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Amazed and Confused

When life is hard and we don’t know what to do, how should we find our way? In this passage, Habakkuk reminds us of three keys to following God in confusing times. We learn that when we can’t make sense of God’s ways, we should rest in God’s character and remain faithful. Habakkuk 1:12-2:5

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