The Humbled King

In this sermon from Daniel 4, Pastor Marc preaches about one of the less commonly known stories from the book of Daniel — the humbling of King Nebuchadnezzar. This prideful king had started to become impressed with the God of the Israelites, but he was still impressed with himself. Listen to hear how God brought […]

Faith in the Fire

In this sermon from Daniel 3, Pastor Larry McCall shares the familiar story of Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego being thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to King Nebuchadnezzar’s statue. How does this story impact us today – not only to us individually, but for how we are preparing the coming generations […]

God is Greater

In this sermon from Daniel 2, Jake Osborn (Director of Student Ministries) emphasizes that God does not only want to be seen as great, but he also wants us to look at the wisdom and rulers of this world and find him greater.

Babylonian Boot Camp

In this sermon from Daniel 1, Pastor Marc shares about King Nebuchadnezzar’s attempts at re-programming young Israelites and making them into loyal Babylonians. But behind Nebuchadnezzar, we can see our enemy’s tactics, and see how vital it is that we resist.

Back to Basics: Community

In this sermon from Proverbs 27:17, Pastor Marc shares about our need for spiritual community in the church. He reminds us of our own need of sharpening by fellow Christians and also of our fellow Christians’ need for us to sharpen them.

Back to Basics: Worship

In this sermon, Pastor Marc Goodwin aims to persuade you to prioritize the weekly worship service of your local church. If you’ve found yourself either staying away from your church’s physical gathering altogether or going the route of live-streaming from home, he lovingly and humbly recommends that you listen and consider the force of Hebrews […]

Galatians: Walking in Step with the Spirit

In this sermon from Galatians 6:1-10, Pastor Larry McCall emphasizes how we can and should be walking in step with the Spirit as Christians/the church, which means that we will be walking upstream in this flesh-dominated world. Rather than operating with self-serving, self-promoting, self-centered motivations and actions – which is often revealed in our world […]