In this sermon from our series through 1 John, Pastor Jeremy Treat examines the nature of truth and falsehood: that they exist, and that they’re personal in nature. Far more than mere facts, Truth is a person: Jesus Christ.
In this sermon from our series through 1 John, visiting pastor Steve Coble looks at the foundational truth of Christianity and what it means for us to remember and abide (dwell) in such truth.
In this sermon from our series through 1 John, Pastor Jeremy Treat takes a practical look at confession, and how the biblical model is not a form of punishment, but a path to freedom.
Why is the world so messed up, and what’s at the root of humanity’s problems? Pastor Jeremy teaches from Genesis 3 on Adam and Eve, the nature of sin, the temptation to reject God’s word, and the promise of redemption in Jesus Christ.
What makes Christianity unique is not the call to be good, but the message of how to be good. Pastor Jeremy Treat teaches from Ephesians 4:25-32 on how Jesus empowers us to cultivate character consistent with the identity we’ve been freely given in Christ, living as people of integrity, righteous anger, generosity, and forgiveness.
There is no Christianity without the cross. Pastor Casey Fritz preaches from Matthew 16:21-28 on the place of suffering in the Christian life and the importance on relying on Jesus’ power and promises.
Where does evil come from? Pastor Tim Chaddick teaches from Ephesians 6:10-20 and gives an overview of the war at hand and how the Christian is to wage it.
How can you prevent spiritual collapse in your life? Pastor Tim Chaddick pinpoints the symptoms and causes of Israel’s collapse in Hosea 6:7-7:16.
Deception’s subtlety is what makes it so effective. How do you know if you are being deceived? How do you know if you are deceiving someone? The best way to avoid counterfeiting is to familiarize yourself with the truth. Pastor Tim Chaddick expounds upon this concept from Romans 16.
In Romans 1:17, we are introduced to the phrase “the righteousness of God.” This phrase is mentioned time and time again throughout the book of Romans. What does it mean? Pastor Tim Chaddick discusses this and more from Romans 1:17.
John 4:1-29 depicts a time in history in which the Jewish people avoided the area of Samaria. Jesus purposefully goes against that social norm, and so we find Jesus speaking with a Samaritan woman at a well. Pastor Tim Chaddick expounds upon the importance of this.