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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

Breaking News!

When we see the words “Breaking News” most of us brace for something bad. But that wasn’t the case when God Himself broke through our darkness and sin through the incarnation of Jesus Christ. That “Breaking News” turned out to be very good news indeed! In this sermon, we look to the shepherds who visited…

The Weight of Waiting

Waiting is a big part of Christmas. And not just because we find ourselves waiting for parties and presents and family gatherings, but in the sense that Christmas celebrates the end of humanity’s long wait for the promised coming of the Savior. In this sermon, we look to the example of Simeon and Anna for…

Ground Rules for Gratitude

“The worst moment for the atheist,” G. K. Chesterton famously wrote, “is when he is really thankful and has nobody to thank.” What’s even worse is that sometimes God’s own people fall into the same trap. Sometimes we become so enamored with the gifts that we forget to thank the Giver. Psalm 100 is designed…

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MIRACLES OF JESUS

Dear parents, Being a Christian isn’t always easy. Cultural bullying occurs when people speak up for and follow Jesus. So Christians can be hesitant about diving into our faith’s more spectacular components. Jesus’ miracles seem to fall into that category. Although Jesus regularly did tangible miracles that blew people’s minds, we often struggle to grasp…

YOU’VE HEARD IT SAID… Lesson 4: Entitlement

Dear parents, We’re continuing our series comparing what culture tells us and what Jesus tells us. This week we explored Matthew 5:38-42, where Jesus challenges our assumptions about revenge. Teenagers have heard from our culture that they’re justified in taking the law into their own hands when they’re wronged. But Jesus urges us to respond…

YOU’VE HEARD IT SAID… Lesson 3: Promises

Dear parents, We’re continuing a series that compares what culture tells us and what Jesus tells us. This week, we explored Matthew 5:33-37, where Jesus challenges our assumptions about making and breaking promises. Most people realize it’s wrong to break a vow, but students talked about how Jesus considers exaggerated promises just as sinful. At…

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MIRACLES OF JESUS

Dear parents, Being a Christian isn’t always easy. Cultural bullying occurs when people speak up for and follow Jesus. So Christians can be hesitant about diving into our faith’s more spectacular components. Jesus’ miracles seem to fall into that category. Although Jesus regularly did tangible miracles that blew people’s minds, we often struggle to grasp…

YOU’VE HEARD IT SAID… Lesson 4: Entitlement

Dear parents, We’re continuing our series comparing what culture tells us and what Jesus tells us. This week we explored Matthew 5:38-42, where Jesus challenges our assumptions about revenge. Teenagers have heard from our culture that they’re justified in taking the law into their own hands when they’re wronged. But Jesus urges us to respond…

YOU’VE HEARD IT SAID… Lesson 3: Promises

Dear parents, We’re continuing a series that compares what culture tells us and what Jesus tells us. This week, we explored Matthew 5:33-37, where Jesus challenges our assumptions about making and breaking promises. Most people realize it’s wrong to break a vow, but students talked about how Jesus considers exaggerated promises just as sinful. At…