Sermons by Pastor Kyle Brenneman

One Book: James

Prove It An author recounted an experience from his childhood where he’d told his father that he wanted to be a writer and then experienced a bit of a letdown when his dad said, “Here’s your pencil.” To say we are something is one thing. For our lives to demonstrate it is another. This week […]

One Book: Mark

Mark: A King’s Ransom “Who is Jesus?” That question has fascinated the world for centuries. Even today, around Christmas and Easter, magazines and TV shows try to get to the bottom of that question. And it’s a question of ultimate importance. That’s the question we will be looking at in the gospel of Mark. Join […]

One Book: Jonah

Jonah: An Unwilling Prophet & An Unwavering God The story of Jonah is one many of us are quite familiar with. Jonah was told to go to the people of Ninevah and tell them of God’s coming judgment. But Jonah tried to resist God’s will by making his own plans. He would have rather seen the Ninevites […]

One Book: Psalms

Psalms: A Song for Every Circumstance What are some of your favorite worship songs, and why? What is it about them that resonates with you? And what is the value of singing them together? Many Christians look forward to singing God’s praises as a church family, while others tend to just tolerate that portion of the […]

One Book: Genesis

Genesis: In the Beginning Where’s the best place to start a series on the whole Bible? Yep, the beginning. Join Pastor Kyle Brenneman in Genesis as we look at the key themes of creation, the fall, and the promise – the promise of God’s Serpent Crusher, Jesus, and the promise of a plan intended for […]

Dear Church, Hang In There.

Revelation 2:8-11 Join Pastor Kyle Brenneman as we continue our journey through Revelation 2 & 3, the seven letters that Jesus wrote (through John) to seven churches of the late first century and to churches of today, by extension. Today’s stop: the church at Smyrna. We will see that Jesus commends this church for their perseverance through suffering and […]