Why do you exist? What does it mean to worship? In this sermon, we look at Romans 12:1-2 to answer these questions.
In this sermon pastor Shawn looks at Genesis 12 and explores what it means to be a local church that has been blessed by God and that is now called to be a blessing to the community. Watch or listen to learn more.
The call of Christ is to invest in the present for the future. In this sermon, pastor Shawn takes you to Deuteronomy 6 to talk about what it means to go "all in" for Christ while leaving behind a Christian legacy.
What does it mean for a Christian to declare Jesus is "all of life?" In this sermon, we take a look at Colossians 3:1-11 to see why Christ is all, and in all.
Jesus teaches us to pray to the Father for daily bread. But what is your "daily bread?" In this sermon, pastor Rob Lane opens up to the Lord's Prayer in Matthew 6:11 to show us why Christ teaches us to pray this way.
Jesus teaches us to pray, "Your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven (Matthew 6:10). So what does it mean for the kingdom of heaven to be on earth? Listen to learn more.
As we continue going through The Sermon on the Mount, we slow down to look at how and what to pray. Take a listen or watch to hear what Jesus says about prayer.
Jesus says that Christians should not be hypocrites. In doing so, Jesus points out giving and prayer. To learn more, listen to the latest from the sermon series on the Sermon on the Mount. This sermon is from Matthew 6:1-6.
Perhaps the most challenging command from Christ is to love your enemies. From Matthew 5:43-48, the Lord Jesus tells his followers to not just love the people closest to them but to love those who may intend to harm them. Even more, Christ calls his followers to pray for those persecuting them. Listen or watch to learn more.