In this sermon, Pastor Marc preaches on Psalm 16 which reveals to us what joy is, where joy is found, how joy is granted, and how joy is maintained in our lives.


In this sermon, Pastor Marc preaches from 1 Peter 1:13-19 as we come to our 5th “value” in this sermon series: Godliness. In this text, we see that we should pursue godliness in our own lives and promote godliness in the lives of others.


Listen to this sermon in our series entitled “values” where Pastor Marc preaches on our fourth value of “family” from Matthew 12:46-50. From this text, we see the importance and priority of being part of the spiritual family of God as believers and how that effects our life as a local church.


In this sermon from 1 John 4:7-12, Pastor Marc exhorts us to “love the beloved.” As those who have been loved by God, we are called to show that love to fellow believers. Listen to hear how the life of our church should be marked by love in very practical ways.


In this sermon, the second in our “Values” series, Pastor Marc preaches from John 17:17 about truth and how it should mark the life of our church. Our maturity, ministry, and mission must all be grounded in the truth of Scripture.


In this first sermon in our series called “Values,” Pastor Marc shares about the nature of God’s grace toward us in Christ, and how that should lead us to be gracious in our life together as a church.


In this final sermon from 2 Corinthians 13:1-14, Pastor Marc shares about Paul’s closing warning, challenge, and blessing. We are called to “examine ourselves” to see if we are in the faith–to see if in fact Christ is in us.


2 Corinthians 12:1-10 is where The Apostle Paul writes about his “thorn in the flesh” that was given to him to keep him from becoming conceited. In this sermon, Pastor Marc expounds this passage and shows us that we can trust the One who brings thorns to us because He bore thorns for us.

The Value of the Gospel in Suffering

In this sermon, Jake Osborn, our Student Ministries Director, preaches on the latter half of 2 Corinthians 11 in which the Apostle Paul turns the boasting of the “super apostles” on their head and boasts in his own suffering and weaknesses. In doing so, Paul models the way we should look at suffering as it […]