While our church building is closed, a sermon will be posted here on Sunday mornings.
We encourage you to spend time as a family: pray together, sing a couple of songs, read a chapter from the Bible, and listen to the sermon.
The concluding sermon in our series on Making Disciples. Parenting is a form of disciple making, as we make disciples of our children... baptizing them and leading to obey everything that Jesus commanded us.
We are commanded to "build up the church", and this is the "work of the ministry" that every follower of Jesus is tasked with... unsurprisingly, this means making disciples is intricately interwoven with active participation in a local church.
One of our Elders, Matt Trussell, encouraging Dads as they teach their children in the instruction of the Lord.
This sermon is an encouragement for all of us to encourage each other in our task of making disciples, by baptizing them and teaching them to obey everything that Jesus commanded us.
A practical method of making disciples by teaching them to obey. It takes meeting once a week with the person you are discipling. This sermon provides a simple guide for "how" to teach people to obey, so that every follower of Jesus can be obedient to the Great Commission.
As we are going along living our lives, we make disciples by baptizing them. Baptism isn't something only done by church leaders or pastors, all disciples of Jesus are supposed to baptize those who repent and believe in Jesus.
We begin a new sermon series on the subject of "Making Disciples". We start will a consideration of the Great Commission in Matthew 28.
Our final Sermon from Isaiah chapter 40. Those who wait on the Lord will renew their strength...
Pastor Mike preaches a mother's day sermon... with a little kids "thank you" to all our moms! We love you all!
(We also participate in communion together, so feel free to gather some crackers/bread and juice as we remember, and proclaim, the death and resurrection of Jesus!)
Part 3 of our sermon series on Isaiah chapter 40... Who can compare to God???
A sermon considering Isaiah 40:6-1. Cry Out! But what shall I cry?
This sermon considers the first 5 verses of Isaiah chapter 40. Comfort, comfort my people.
Today we celebrate that Jesus rose from the dead! He is Risen! He is Risen Indeed!
A short video telling the story of Easter
Today we celebrate Good Friday, when Jesus died on the cross for our sins. We consider the deep impact that forgiveness has on our lives.
We celebrate Palm Sunday, considering the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem from Luke 19.
Today's sermon is on the account of Jesus calming the storm in Matthew 8:23-27.