February 2, 2016

Sermons

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We are thankful that we are no longer bound by the law of Moses. Most of us never were in bondage to it, so we might not appreciate that fact.…
In this sermon we explore the relationship between Melchizedek, Jesus, and Easter.
Sometimes we just don't want to grow up. We can't stay spiritually immature. In this message we are challenged to move beyond the basics and take our faith and knowledge…
Because of who we are or what we have done, we might dread drawing near to God. However, the author of Hebrews tells us to draw near to the Throne…
We all long for rest. We don't get enough of it ourselves. The world around us is restless. With faith in Jesus comes hope of a rest far greater than…
Moses was well respected among the Jewish people. The author of Hebrews makes the case that Jesus was greater. That might seem obvious, but it has great implications for our…
It can be hard to reconcile the greatness of Jesus with the suffering we experience. Something within us thinks or feels that suffering and God’s greatness are mutually exclusive. Resolving…

Greater Than

February 18, 2018
We begin a series on the book of Hebrews. One of the main ideas in the beginning of the book is that Jesus is greater than all things. If we…

Multiply: Testimony

February 11, 2018
We all have a story to tell. A story of how God has been working in our lives. As followers of Jesus it is one of the most effective tools…

Multiply: Treasure

February 4, 2018
Investing our treasure in the Kingdom of God is important. We don't like talking about it, but it's necessary. But, it's more than giving a certain percentage or dollar amount.…