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Apr 21, 2024
Paul, The Preacher
  • Apr 21, 2024Paul, The Preacher
    Apr 21, 2024
    Paul, The Preacher
  • Apr 17, 2024Week 5: The One Flesh Reality
    Apr 17, 2024
    Week 5: The One Flesh Reality
  • Apr 14, 2024Do Not Please Yourself
    Apr 14, 2024
    Do Not Please Yourself
    The importance of unity cannot be overstated. As followers of Christ, we are united with one heart and one faith, and our duty to one another and the body of Christ is paramount. We must not lose focus on our mission and must bear with the failings of the weak. It is not an option but rather a command. We must be understanding and patient with one another, even when we must lay aside our rights and freedoms. If we lack patience or sympathy or refuse to put our rights aside, then we need to check ourselves because these are the marks and obligations of a true Christian. Jesus Christ is our catalyst and standard. He humbly laid aside his desires for the love of the Father and us.
    We must ask ourselves, are we givers or takers? Are we understanding or demanding? Christ has welcomed us with open arms despite our weaknesses and flaws. He has been patient and understanding with us. How can we not do the same for others in Christ? Let us remember how Christ has dealt with and is dealing with us now. He demands unity because we have peace with God and one another through it. As we live in this way, it brings glory to God.
    Scripture: Isaiah 53:1-9, Romans 15:1-13
  • Apr 7, 2024Maturity, Charity, Unity (Part 2)
    Apr 7, 2024
    Maturity, Charity, Unity (Part 2)
    As we mature in our Christian faith, we are called to exhibit charity, which leads to unity. Achieving maturity requires consuming and conforming to God's word and then understanding and practicing it. This process of maturity is not simply a matter of how long you have been a Christian. Charity is not about compromising truth but embodying wisdom, understanding, patience, and grace. Unity is our ultimate goal, involving deep fellowship and caring for one another.
    When navigating our relationships with weaker brothers or those who have convictions that the Bible does not prescribe, we should refrain from passing judgment on non-sinful matters. Patience, humility, and the love of Christ are key in discerning that some things don't rise to the level of sin. Even when we are correct, we must recognize and appreciate where others are spiritually and be teachable ourselves. Through this, we gain a better perspective on the weaker brother.
    Scripture: Proverbs 30:1-9, Romans 14: 13-23
  • Apr 3, 2024Week 4: Making A Marriage (Part 2)
    Apr 3, 2024
    Week 4: Making A Marriage (Part 2)
  • Mar 31, 2024Because He Lives
    Mar 31, 2024
    Because He Lives
    The resurrection of Jesus Christ was not just a mere occurrence that was fabricated to save faith after his death. It was a promise long foretold in the scriptures, for it has always been a part of God's plan of redemption. Jesus presented himself alive, proving the truth of his resurrection. Although his tomb was empty, he didn't disappear but instead appeared to his followers, filling their hearts with hope and courage. His appearance was a powerful affirmation for those who believe and trust in him. He stayed with them for forty days, giving them a witness to instill confidence in their faith whenever they wavered. His resurrection is the foundation of Christianity, the source of everlasting hope and joy. It assures us that his elect will come to a saving knowledge of our savior. His triumph over death has transformed our lives as Christians, and we are called to share the fullness of the gospel, to proclaim the problem of sin, the penalty we deserve, the provision made for us in a sinless savior, the price paid in the death of Jesus, the proof given to us in the resurrection, and the promise of everlasting life to those who believe and trust him. The resurrection is a testament to his boundless love, as he has given us a witness that we can always look to and may never have to rely on blind faith. Scripture: Psalm 16, Luke 24: 1-49
  • Mar 27, 2024Week 3: Making A Marriage (Part 1)
    Mar 27, 2024
    Week 3: Making A Marriage (Part 1)
  • Mar 24, 2024Behold, Your King!
    Mar 24, 2024
    Behold, Your King!
    The triumphal entry of Jesus serves as a powerful reminder of His kingship, both past, present, and future. Unlike earthly rulers, Jesus is the epitome of honor, honesty, justice, and protection. But His reign extends far beyond these qualities, as He alone has the power to deliver us from our deepest, darkest enemies. The procession during the triumphal entry is not a celebration of a victory already won, but rather a testament to the absolute certainty of God's unchanging plan. Jesus' untying of the unridden colt is a display of His sovereign and preeminent authority, while His humble choice to ride a donkey colt fulfills a prophecy and reveals His transcending majesty and relatability to us. The laying of cloaks on the road and the shouting of "Hosanna!" demonstrate the reverence, allegiance, and respect that Jesus deserves as the only one who can save us.
    As we reflect on this event, we are reminded that Jesus should be the center of our lives, and we should look to Him as our Savior and King. Is he everything for you and to you?
    Scripture: Psalm 2, Mark 11:1-11
  • Mar 20, 2024Week 2: The Marriage Covenant
    Mar 20, 2024
    Week 2: The Marriage Covenant
  • Mar 17, 2024Maturity, Charity, Unity
    Mar 17, 2024
    Maturity, Charity, Unity
    The message conveyed in these verses is a powerful reminder that as Christians, we are called to foster unity and love among ourselves. We must be mindful of our maturity as believers and how it influences our behavior towards others. It's essential to recognize that we all have areas where we may lack understanding or have weaker faith. In such cases, we should avoid insisting on things that the Bible doesn't declare as sin. To promote unity, we should welcome our brothers and sisters and avoid quarreling over mere opinions. We should accept them with sincerity, care, respect, and genuine love. We should not keep them at a distance, despise them, or treat them as less than Christian. Instead, we ought to approach them with humility and a willingness to learn from one another. When it comes to areas of sin, we have a duty to confront, rebuke, and urge repentance to the Lord in a loving way. In doing so, we must be careful to judge with right judgment and avoid passing judgment on things that Scripture doesn't declare as sin.
    In summary, as Christians, we must strive to foster unity and love among ourselves. We should approach each other with humility, respect, and genuine love, and avoid insisting on matters that the Bible doesn't declare as sin. When necessary, we should confront sin with love and right judgment, always seeking to restore rather than condemn.
    Scripture: Psalm 130-131, Romans 14:1-6

The Book of Romans: Foundations of Faith (Current Series)

The book of Romans provides a careful exposition of the gospel of Jesus Christ. This series highlights how this New Testament letter has been used by God to bring conversion and awakening to His people throughout church history.

Living Under Judgment

“America is a nation of pride.” This proclamation is all too true. Our nation is one of arrogant rebellion against God and is suffering the consequences of sin. As Christians who have been accustomed to a culture generally Christianized in its worldview, we are waking up to the reality that a new public religion has taken hold, and we must now learn to live faithfully under God’s hand of judgment. 

The Message of Malachi

The prophet is sent to a people whose love towards God has grown cold, cynical, and apathetic. Through a series of confrontations, Malachi seeks to demonstrate how far they have drifted, and this timely message is just as relevant today as it was then.

Fight The Good Fight Of Faith: Exhortations from the Pastoral Epistles

The pastoral epistles outlined in this series teach us and give us practical insight as to how we are to deal with the many false teachings and bad ideologies that confront us from the culture as well as the church.

These Are Written So That You May Believe

This expository series goes through the Gospel of John and focuses on the love and sacrifice of Jesus Christ, our Load and Savior.

The Beatitudes: What It Means To Be A Follower of Christ

This series through the first part of Matthew Chapter 5 explores The Beatitudes, their meaning, and their implications for living life as a Christian in this world. 

Seven Churches, One People of Christ

The churches addressed in the book of Revelation show us how deeply we must depend on Christ so as to remain faithful, for there are many trials and temptations that can easily lead us astray. 

Prepared: Stand Firm In Christ

A mini series of sermons through the Psalms meant to equip Christians for the unique, yet not unprecedented, times that were living in.

Corona, Corona, Corona!

This short series takes a look at the COVID-19 pandemic, the range of reaction that this causes, and our response as Christians.

Faithful: Living As A Christian In A Godless World

This series took a look at what it looks like as a Christian in the world of ever increasing hostility that we live in.

Creation Ordinances: The Biblical Foundations For Life

This series focuses on the directives given by God and found in the Creation account, meant for our good and His glory. 
Meaning Apart From God

The Pursuit: Meaning Apart From God?

An expository series through the Old Testament book of Ecclesiastes, which points to the utter futility of this life apart from God. Regardless of any accomplishments we may attain, apart from saving knowledge of Christ, there is no true meaning.

Life & Death

Living To Die: Life Reigns!

A series of sermons meant to encourage Christians to live this life for Christ, while at the same time, recognizing that our true home is in Heaven with the Lord. Therefore, the Christian need not fear death in any way.

Spiritual Gifts

Gifted: Use Your Spiritual Gifts

God has gifted every Christian uniquely, and it is our responsibility to use those gifts to the glory of God and the building up of the Church.

Washed Clean

Baptism: Raised To Life

What is the significance of Baptism in the life of the believer? A look at the sacrament of Baptism, its institution and implications.


Built Up In Christ

Colossians: Built Up In Christ

An expository series through the book of Colossians, which exalts the doctrine of Christ’s supremacy over all things, including salvation. We also look at the Christians response to this salvation – faithful living under the rule of Christ.

Race Grace

It’s Not About Race — It’s About Grace

A sermon addressing the issue of racism in our society. We are all one in Christ Jesus.
Gospel of Grace

Galatians: The Gospel of Grace

An expository series through the book of Galatians, stressing the absolute grace of God in our salvation, as well as a strong awareness of the dangers of legalism.
God In The Dry Places

Theology In Practice

This series of sermons looks at various Psalms and their implications – not only theologically, but also practically. The Psalms are filled with applicable teachings for Christians through every age and in every situation.

The Hope of Easter

The hope of every Christian is rooted in the bodily resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. These messages speak to this essential truth upon which Christianity stands or falls.


The Birth of Christ

Sermons that focus on the glorious incarnation of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.


Christians Government

Church & State: Christians and Government

Another short series of messages, regarding the Christian’s responsibility and towards civil government. Whether it’s favorable or unfavorable towards the Christian faith, the biblical behavior remains consistent.


For Such A Time As This

A short series that shows the need for Christians to be faithful to the gospel, and not the trends of society, which often cause some to compromise the message.


What's Missing?

American Christianity

This sermon series speaks to the troubling trends among American Evangelicals, and seeks to get back to Biblical Christianity as opposed to the shallow faith that so often passes for it.


Whatever Happened To God?

As Christians, we need to be constantly reminded of the foundational truths of our faith, and the nature of God. This short series speaks to the Trinity, the Image of God, the Person and work of Christ, as well as of the Holy Spirit.

Book of James

Towards Maturity

The Book of James challenges each Christian regarding the outworking of true faith in our lives. This series serves to provide benchmarks for our maturity in Christ.


The Church

This series deals with the foundational marks of the true church, including worship, the sacraments, and leadership.