In this sermon from our series through the book of Nehemiah, Pastor Jeremy Treat looks at the long list of names in Nehemiah 7. Why is it included in Scripture, and how is it profitable? Because people matter. God knows each of our names, too.
Pastor Jeremy Treat continues our series through Nehemiah with a look at the way Nehemiah responded to the distractions, criticisms, and temptations that arose in response to his important work in Jerusalem.
In this sermon from our series through Nehemiah, Pastor Jeremy Treat looks at the way Nehemiah and Israel balanced utter dependence on God with complete willingness to plan, prepare, and be the ones who did the work.
In this sermon from our series through Nehemiah, Pastor Jeremy Treat examines Nehemiah’s first steps toward rebuilding Jerusalem: how he acted with long-term, rather than short-term, success in mind, how he shared his vision, and how he dealt with early opposition.
What does it look like to follow Jesus in a world that is often opposed to Him? Pastor Jeremy Treat introduces the main themes of Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians while also providing cultural and spiritual background for the ancient city of Ephesus.
How does an awareness of God’s faithful presence affect our daily lives? Pastor Tim Chaddick teaches from 2 Timothy 4:9-22 on the compassion, humility, strength, and joy that the Lord gives us when we rely on Him.
What kind of commitment does following Jesus involve? Pastor Jeremy Treat teaches from 2 Timothy 2:1–13 on enduring opposition and trials as we diligently seek to be faithful to our supremely faithful and gracious Savior.
Where do we find the strength to press on through every season of life? Pastor Tim Chaddick preaches from 2 Timothy 1:3-7 on the importance of devoted, prayerful friendships, sincere faith in Christ, and dependence upon the Holy Spirit for power, love, and self-control.
God’s kingdom is evident in His healing and provision, but the ultimate sign of God’s powerful love is the death and resurrection of Jesus. Pastor Jeremy Treat preaches from Matthew 15:29-16:12 on the all-satisfying love of God.
Jesus came to bring peace, but at the same time, our allegiance to Him will inevitably cause conflict with the ways of the world. Pastor Lorenzo Smith preaches from Matthew 10:34-42 on both the real cost and great reward of being a disciple of Jesus.
We have been created and commissioned to share the good news of Jesus with others. But what happens when we encounter persecution and rejection? Pastor Dave Lomas preaches from Matthew 10:16-33 on the mission that Jesus sends us on and why we need not be afraid.
Pastor Nick Tortorici encourages and exhorts us from Nehemiah 4:1-20 on how we are to face our opposition.