Listen in as Pastor Marc preaches from 2 Corinthians 4:1-6, as he describes the veil that Satan hangs in order to blind us from the light of the gospel, which shows us the glory of Christ. A fitting passage for Resurrection Sunday!
Listen in as Dr. Matt Harmon preaches from 2 Corinthians 3:7-18, as he shares about the ways in which the new covenant has come with greater glory than the old.
In this sermon from 2 Corinthians 3:1-6, Dr. Matt Harmon answers the question of how we can discern an authentic work of God. From this passage, he shares two fundamental characteristics: the writing of a better letter on a better surface, and the establishment of a better sufficiency as part of a better covenant.
Have you ever caught a whiff of a particular smell that takes you back to an earlier time in your life? You catch an aroma that reminds you of someone dear in your past. Have you ever wondered if a particular aroma will remind your loved ones of you one day? In 2 Corinthians 2:12-17 […]
In this sermon from 2 Corinthians 2:5-11, Pastor Marc shares about the schemes of our spiritual enemy (Satan) in relation to an often overlooked dimension of congregational life: church discipline. Listen in as he discusses Satan’s “designs” to “outwit” us by tempting us to: turn a blind eye to sin, turn a deaf ear to […]
Listen as Pastor Marc preaches a sermon entitled “Plans & Promises” from 2 Corinthians 1:12-2:4. In this text, we learn a bit about some of the backstory between Paul and the Corinthian church, and we see that our plans change, but God’s promises do not.
This is the audio from the gathering of “the Well” in February 2021. It was the first in what will be four gatherings focused on that topic throughout the calendar year. If you’d like to see the notes page that was handed out that evening, you can find it here: NOTES PAGE
Preaching from 2 Corinthians 1:1-11, Pastor Marc begins our new series, by sharing how gospel of Christ teaches us not to conceal our weaknesses, but to to celebrate them. There are lessons about comfort and affliction that surface here at the beginning of the letter, which will resurface again and again throughout the series.
In this last sermon from our Wayposts series, Jake Osborn reminds us that our most precious earthly gift is our children and that our most precious eternal gift is the gospel. God calls us not just to deliver the gospel to the next generation but to invest it for His glory and see it multiplied.
Listen to this fifth sermon from our Wayposts series. Pastor Marc preaches from Colossians 3:1-4 about how important it is for young believers to find their identity in Christ. He argues that knowing who we are is essential to living as we ought.