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Our mission is to know Christ and make Him known by walking as disciples of Jesus who fulfill the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20) by living out the Great Commandment (Mark 12:29-31).

Recent Sermons

Striding through the Storms

One of the most memorable miracles in the Bible is recorded near the end of Matthew 14. It is hard to imagine what it must have been like to see a person coming toward them, walking on top of the storm-tossed waves. No wonder the disciples thought it was a ghost! But it wasn’t a…

The King Throws a Banquet

The Miracle of the Feeding of the 5000 gives a vivid and practical picture of God’s compassion on human beings. In this text, we see that Jesus doesn’t just save our souls; He also saves our lives by caring for the needs of His people. In this sermon, we explore three compassion-based invitations that Jesus…

What to Expect When You Come to the King

One of the biggest surprises many new Christians face is how unhappy their faith makes other people. They themselves are so excited about following Jesus that they are caught off guard when their family or their friends are unsupportive and sometimes even hostile to their new found faith. That’s where Matthew 13:53-14:12 comes in. This…

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Lesson 2: Questions as a Pathway of Discipleship

Dear parents, Lots of factors can contribute to the doubts and spiritual questions teenagers face. Some are logical arguments posed by atheist friends, like “Where is the scientific evidence that God exists?” Some are philosophical questions stirred up by hard-to-face tragedies, prompting thoughts like, “If God is love and is all-powerful, then why did he…

Dealing with Doubt, Lesson 1: Belief and Unbelief

Dear parents, Adolescence is a natural period of questioning—a time when, as part of growing up, our children often scrutinize, re-examine, and sometimes even reject values and ideas they’ve held since childhood. This is especially true when it comes to matters of faith. We’ve launched a new series titled “Dealing With Doubt.” Over the next…

IN HIS OWN WORDS: What Jesus Said About Himself

Dear parents, We’ve launched a new series focusing on how Jesus described himself in Scripture—it’s called “In His Own Words.” Each week, our teenagers will explore the ways Jesus “framed” who he is—his purpose, motivation, and intentions. In this first lesson, we explored John 14:1-6, where Jesus promised his disciples that the terrible things that were about to happen to him on…

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Lesson 2: Questions as a Pathway of Discipleship

Dear parents, Lots of factors can contribute to the doubts and spiritual questions teenagers face. Some are logical arguments posed by atheist friends, like “Where is the scientific evidence that God exists?” Some are philosophical questions stirred up by hard-to-face tragedies, prompting thoughts like, “If God is love and is all-powerful, then why did he…

Dealing with Doubt, Lesson 1: Belief and Unbelief

Dear parents, Adolescence is a natural period of questioning—a time when, as part of growing up, our children often scrutinize, re-examine, and sometimes even reject values and ideas they’ve held since childhood. This is especially true when it comes to matters of faith. We’ve launched a new series titled “Dealing With Doubt.” Over the next…

IN HIS OWN WORDS: What Jesus Said About Himself

Dear parents, We’ve launched a new series focusing on how Jesus described himself in Scripture—it’s called “In His Own Words.” Each week, our teenagers will explore the ways Jesus “framed” who he is—his purpose, motivation, and intentions. In this first lesson, we explored John 14:1-6, where Jesus promised his disciples that the terrible things that were about to happen to him on…