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.
Continuing our series through Nehemiah, Pastor Jeremy Treat looks at the way Nehemiah and Israel addressed systemic injustices within their own community that maligned the reputation of God in a healthy, just, and restorative way.
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 Adam Smith illuminates how a passage of Scripture we can easily dismiss as a list of names actually gives us beautiful insight into how God restores us in midst of our own brokenness.
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.
In this message from our series through Nehemiah, Pastor Jeremy Treat looks at how Nehemiah grieved, prayed, planned, then looked for opportunity–not to serve his own ends, but as a way of relying on and glorifying God’s work of restoration.
In this message from our series through Nehemiah, Pastor Jeremy Treat preaches on prayer. Nehemiah prays according to God’s character, purposes, and promises, and with the knowledge that God may actually want to involve him as part of the answer.
In this first message from our series through the book of Nehemiah, Pastor Jeremy Treat explores how only a full, holistic understanding of brokenness informs a full, holistic understanding of God’s restoration work.
What does the Bible say eternity is like, and what is the ending of the kingdom story? Pastor Jeremy Treat preaches from Revelation 21:1-5 on the end goal of history: a renewed creation, a redeemed people, and a reigning King.
What is the Bible’s overarching story, and how do we fit into it? Pastor Jeremy Treat teaches from Ephesians 1:7-10 on God’s ultimate plan to redeem humanity from sin and restore all things through His Son Jesus Christ.
How do the deepest longings of our hearts find their fulfillment in the gospel? Teaching from Job 29:1-20, Pastor Tim Chaddick shows how Jesus Christ satisfies our desires for fellowship with God, true justice in the world, and life beyond death.