Next Generation Pastor Josh Anderson preaches on Graduation Sunday. Worship was led by the student band.
Pastor Andy continues our series Fixer Upper with a message about Gutting the Rot. If we want to build our lives upon Jesus Christ and become who he’s calling us to be, we have to be willing to get rid of the sin that festers and rots our souls from the inside out. This process of turning away from sin and turning back to God is called “repentance,” and it’s something every Christian must walk in every day.
Pastor Jarrod starts the series Fixer Upper with a message about Getting Real with What's Broken. Everyone has their own idea of what life should look like. But the reality is we are broken people living in a broken world. It’s real. There’s pain, there’s heartache, but there is also healing. So, if we roll up our sleeves & take a fearless inventory of what needs to change, God can take the worst life & redeem it. All it takes is a willingness to tear it all down & allow God to build you back up again. Do you have what it takes?
Pastor Jarrod continues the Second Nature series with a message about fasting.
Prayer is relational before it is transactional. Prayer is a discipline that even the greatest of prayer warriors would desire improvement on a personal level. Cowper said, "Satan trembles when he sees the weakest saint upon his knees." Prayer is an investment where listening is as essential as speaking.
Pastor Jarrod concludes our I AM series on Easter Sunday with the story of Lazarus. Jesus said "I am the resurrection and the life, all who believe in me will never die." Do you believe?
Pastor Jarrod continues our I AM series on Palm Sunday with Jesus's statement, "I am the truth vine." Jesus is the source of the fruitful life God intends for all of us to live!
Jesus said to him, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me" (John 14:6). Pastor Jarrod continues our series on the seven I Am statements of Jesus found in the Gospel of John.
Jesus said, "I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep" (John 10:11). Pastor Jarrod continues the I AM series with the fourth I AM statement made by Jesus in the Gospel of John.
Pastor Jarrod continues our series, I AM, in which we examine the seven famous "I am" statements made by Jesus in the Gospel of John. In John 10:7, Jesus said, "I am the door of the sheep..." In this message, we explore what Jesus meant by that rather odd saying, and discover what it means to enter into eternal life through Jesus.