General Sermons

Our Mission

Ephesians We’re excited to introduce our new church mission statement this week! As a church, we believe God calls us to “glorify Him by growing together in Christ as a caring community of disciple makers.” That may sound like a straightforward statement, but it’s packed with great truths and challenges for us. So come learn […]

A Sign For You

A Sign for You Billions of human beings have lived on this planet, but only one is the Messiah. And God wants to leave no doubt as to who that Rescuer is! Even the night that Jesus was born, God provided the shepherds with a “sign” to look for, that would confirm the identity of […]

Palm Sunday: Cheers & Tears

Cheers & Tears Did you ever notice in Luke’s account of the Triumphal Entry (19:28-44), that while the crowds were cheering & shouting “Hosanna!” Jesus was weeping – loud sobbing, actually? Why was that? Join Pastor Larry McCall as we take a break from our “One Book” series for Palm Sunday. We’ll see that Jesus’ rejection, […]

Remember Whose You Are

Romans 6:1-7 Join Pastor Larry McCall in Romans 6. What hope and help we find in “Remembering Whose we are!” Sin doesn’t own us anymore. It has no claims on our life. By God’s amazing grace, we’ve been transferred to the kingdom of Christ. We belong to Him! It is God’s grace that empowers us to […]

Let Us Draw Near

Hebrews 10:19-22 Have you gone through periods of your life as a Christian in which you would honestly describe your relationship with God as “distant”? Why is that? Is it guilt over past sin? Is it just plain old apathy? Or maybe you’ve gradually been distracted by lesser things. Hebrews 10:19-22 gives us gospel hope in […]

An Opportunity to Learn From Others

1 Corinthians 10:1-14 Join Pastor Nate McLaurin in 1 Corinthians 10:1-14 as he talks about the ordinances of communion & baptism and lessons we can learn from Israel’s idolatry. Application Questions 1. In this passage Paul talks about how the Israelites “passed through the water,” “ate spiritual food,” and “drank spiritual drink.” Which events in […]