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This psalm encourages us to bless the LORD with all that we are because of all that he has done for us. What has the LORD done for you and how do you remind yourself of this regularly? Psalm 103By Scott Stonehouse
If God is God and God is good, what should I response be? Exactly what it says at the start of Psalm 100: Shout for joy! Maintaining a long view of God's plan and purpose allows us to see beyond life's pains to where God is taking us! Psalm 100 (all five verses) plus selected other passagesBy Aaron Johnson
The Psalmist invites into the genuine rest comes through right worship. Psalm 95By Sean Davidson
Psalm 30, a song of thanksgiving from King David, helps us practice a thankfulness that is forged in the peril of the night by the hope of the morning. In Jesus we have that Blessed Hope that strengthens our thankfulness through the darkness of this life. Psalm 30; Romans 6:5-9, Col 2:6-7By Jon Lilley
When we give thanks for a God who endures, we find a source of thankfulness that endures even when our circumstances fail us. Psalm 136By Kevin Bennett
Before entering the Promised Land, God has Moses review with the second generation out of Egypt his covenant with them and the blessings and curses he promises with that covenant. Why is that important to them and why is it important to us? Deuteronomy 28By Scott Stonehouse
In Deuteronomy, Moses final messages to the people of Isreal there is found the Shema prayer. It also has a call and challenge to disciple the generations to come. Deuteronomy 6:1-12By Brian Colligan
Fear is a universal human problem that quickly robs us of the abundant life available to us in Christ. Awareness of fear and a willingness to confront it are critical for those who desire to become fully alive versions of themselves. Numbers 13-14By Kevin Bennett
God wants to have a relationship with us, but because God is holy, we can only approach Him in the way that He prescribes. Yom Kippur: the Day of Atonement teaches us that there is a wrong way and the right way to approach God. Leviticus 16:1-34By Sean Davidson
God made a promise to Abraham to make his descendants into a great nation and through them to bless the world. After delivering them from Egypt, part of keeping His promise was blessing them so they could bless the world. How did he do that? With 10 rules. Exodus 20:1-17By Scott Stonehouse
We follow along in the story of Gods chosen and the deliver Moses that God raises up to deliver his people from Egypt. Exodus 1- 25By Brian Colligan
Evil reigns in the early story of Israel in Genesis, including Joseph being sold into slavery by his brothers. But the story make something clear, though evil appears to be winning, the God of Redemption is the one holding the pen in the end. Genesis 37:18-28; 45:1-10By Kevin Bennett
Sometimes to understand who we are today, we need to go back to our beginnings. For Christians, that means understanding the Redemptive God that we worship, and how He has worked to solve the problem of a corrupt creation. Genesis 1:27; 3:1-16By Kevin Bennett
Jude challenges us contend for the Faith once for all delivered to the saints when pretenders slip into the community.By Sean Davidson
Through the reading of John's letter, how are we challenged today to send and receive missionaries in a hospital way? John also contrasts how to be imitators of good and not evil, all wrapped in the love of truth.By Brian Colligan
It may be the shortest book in the Bible, but 2 John is packed with wisdom to help us navigate the relationship between truth and love. Real truth is bound to love, and real love holds fast to the foundational truths of Jesus.By Jon Lilley
In this short letter, Paul intercedes to help two fellow Christians reconcile. Simple, except that one of them is a runaway slave and the other is his master. Paul demonstrates how the gospel changes everything!By Scott Stonehouse
In Obadiah, God condemns the nation of Edom, who were neighbors and relatives of the Israelites, for taking advantage of Judah's calamity. God promises destruction for Edom, but deliverance for Judah. What can we learn for our lives today?By Scott Stonehouse
The Mission of God we can see in the Scripture was to bless all the nations through Abram's offspring. This happens through the Messiah, and that same mission extends to us, the Church. Today we talk about living missionally as a result. Genesis 12:1-4; Psalm 67; Matthew 28:16-20By Kevin Bennett
As Paul wraps up his letter to Timothy, we consider not only the concluding paragraphs but the entire letter. Pauls's purpose in the letter has been to encourage Timothy to fight the good fight. But we should also fight it with friends.By Scott Stonehouse
Paul gives his climactic appeal to Timothy to preach the Word and fulfill his ministry, which reminds us of the supremacy of the Word of God and what "the good fight" actually is. 2 Timothy 4:1-8By Kevin Bennett
The rock band Journey once sang, Don't Stop Believin'. Paul tells Timothy the same thing, although he probably didn't sing it. How can we continue in what we have learned and firmly believed? 2 Timothy 3:10-17 tells us to stand on our firm foundation. 2 Timothy 3:10-17By Scott Stonehouse
The influencers in our life shape who we are and how we live. As Paul teaches Timothy who to keep away from influence in the church at Ephesus, we can ask ourselves who influences us, and who we are influencing? 2 Timothy 3:1-9By Kevin Bennett
In our Mission to make disciples who make disciples, how can we keep from getting distracted and stay focused. Paul tells Timothy RUN AWAY from quarrels and RUN AFTER righteousness. Should Christians never argue? If we can, when and how do we do it well? 2 Timothy 2:14-26By Scott Stonehouse
Humans thrive when their life means something, but humans seek pleasure when they can't find meaning. In 2 Tim. 2:1-13, Paul encourages Timothy to fight the good fight of disciple-making despite the suffering it involves.By Kevin Bennett
Paul goes to the basics of living a Christian life, to live unashamed of the gospel and share in the suffering that God has called us all to. 2 Timothy 1:8-18By Brian Colligan
As Paul awaits execution he remembers his dear friend Timothy, whom he loves. This remembering leads him to write a letter in order to remind Timothy of some important truths. 2 Timothy 1:1-7By Scott Stonehouse
In this sermon, we discuss the coming of the Holy Spirit, the coming Judgement, the coming Kingdom of God, and our role to play in the story. Joel 2:28-3:21By Sean Davidson
Joel continues to warn the people of the coming Day of the Lord. He calls on them to return to the Lord so they can be restored. We, too, need to be warned about the coming Day of the Lord, so we can return to the Lord and avoid his wrath. Joel 2By Scott Stonehouse
Joel calls upon the people to lament the recent destruction by a swarm of locusts and repent because the Day of the Lord is near. How are these things connected and what is the Day of the Lord? Is this simply interesting or does it apply to us now? Joel Chapter 1By Scott Stonehouse
Timothy was trained in spiritual matters by both his mother Eunice and his grandmother Lois. That training prepared him for the opportunity to go on mission with the Apostle Paul. Yet Timothy, like us, needed ongoing encouragement, training and guidance. Deuteronomy 6:1-2, 6-8, 2 Timothy 1:1-12By Aaron Johnson
Throughout the growth of the early church, whenever we see Barnabas, we see him bringing people with him. He was an advocate for others, using his influence and opportunities to connect others and give them opportunities. Acts 4:32-37, 9:26-27, 11:19-26, 12:25, 15:36-41, 2 Timothy 4:11By Scott Stonehouse
Priscilla and Aquila were a couple who lived their life on mission and supported the spread of the Gospel. What can we learn from them in order to be better supporting actors and actresses during our lifetimes? Acts 18, 1 Corinthians 16:19, Romans 16:3, 2 Timothy 4:19By Scott Stonehouse
God illustrates through the book of Ruth and specifically Naomi, Ruth's mother-in-law, His specific plan for discipleship and his redemptive plan for the world. God is always moving even when we can not see it.By Brian Colligan
On Palm Sunday and during Passion Week, we look backward and remember in order to look forward with hope. The King has come, and He will come again to solve our deepest problems. What will His return mean to you? Matthew 21:7-11; Revelation 7:9-10By Kevin Bennett
If you want to experience the transforming power of Jesus Christ, then prayer must become a holy habit and rhythm of your life. Luke 3:21; 5:15,16; 6:12, 9:28; 11:1,2; 22:39-42; Matthew 26:36-56By Bill Brewer
Mark 10:32-45 shows us that true greatness comes through sacrificial service. In this sermon, we discuss the way of Jesus, the desires of the disciples, sacrificial service, and how you can be great in the Kingdom of God.By Sean Davidson
Fasting is meant to awaken a deeper, spiritual hunger in us through physical abstention. Through becoming spiritually hungry and meeting God, we can go from fasting to feasting, and deep satisfaction. John 4:31-34; Matthew 9:14-17By Kevin Bennett
Silence and solitude are an invitation for transformation from God. In the message this morning Brian shares a walk through Elijah’s journey with God in silence and solitude. 1 Kings 19:3-18By Brian Colligan
Scripture memorization and meditation are meant to be about transformation, not just information. When we engage in these habits, we can be transformed by rewiring our brains and reorienting our desires to truly good and Godly things. Romans 12:2; Psalm 19:7-11By Kevin Bennett
Uncertainty is relieved when God's love is believed. Matt. 6:31-33By Markus Lloyd
The last year of our lives has made it clear that life is more of an endurance race than a sprint. The Bible agrees, and in Hebrews 12:1-3, God encourages us with a game plan for running the race of our lives with endurance. Hebrews 12:1-3By Kevin Bennett
In Romans 8:31-39, Paul walks his readers through how God loves them and what that means for their lives when they are full of persecution, pain, and death. This message explores what we actually mean when we say that "God loves you."By Kevin Bennett
Why is the 23rd Psalm the most familiar and popular passage of Scripture in the Bible? What makes Psalm 23 so powerful is David knew the Shepherd. Do you? Psalm 23: 1-6By Bill Brewer
Paul, a man well-acquainted with suffering, encourages Christians not to lose heart. But why shouldn't we lose heart when life can be so hard? And even if we don't want to lose heart, how do we not? Paul tells us in this short, but powerful passage. 2 Corinthians 4:16-18By Scott Stonehouse
In 1 John, the Apostle John offers things we can look at that give us assurance we are saved. These aren't things that save us, but things that give us confidence. Ephesians 1:3-14, several passages from 1 JohnBy Scott Stonehouse
Assurance is the confidence we have that our salvation is secure. That confidence can fluctuate based on how we feel, but is ultimately built on the foundation of our security in Christ. Today we will look at reasons we believe in the security of salvation.By Scott Stonehouse
After doing a series on the tough sayings of Jesus, are there any easy sayings of Jesus? In Matthew 11:28-30 Jesus invites all who are weary to come to him to find rest. That sounds easy, but is it? Matthew 11:28-30By Scott Stonehouse
Of all the characters in the Christmas story, the angels are sometimes overlooked. But in order to appreciate their viewpoint, we need to see their perspective, recognize their prominence and hear their proclamation. And join their Choir! Luke 2:8-14By Bill Brewer
The song is a question: What child is this? Angels greet this baby. Shepherds guard this baby. He must be incredibly important. Yet, the baby is in a manger, surrounded by animals. Beyond all imagination, the answer is that this is Christ the King! John 1:1-18, Philippians 2:5-11, Colossians 1:15-20By Scott Stonehouse