This week Rigo and Sarah close out our sermon series, "Revelation: Revealing Ultimate Reality." They remind us of the blessed assurance of redemption that we have because our good God is a promise maker and a promise keeper!!
This has been a semester unlike any other, and now we find ourselves heading into an especially long break. Where will we find our rest during this break? Listen this week as staff member, Sarah Fletcher, shares about how the story of the Bible ends and leaves us with a message of hope to carry with us into break. This marks the final message in our sermon series on the book of Revelation as we seek to learn how the Bible reveals our ultimate reality.
Relationships can be hard, but being single is just the worst, right? Well, what if singleness didn't have to be so bad? In this week's message, our own Sarah Fletcher breaks down some of the myths around singleness and shares some tips about how to thrive in your singleness instead of suffer through it.
Do you want to make a difference in someone's life? Do you wonder how Jesus did it so well? In this week's message from Luke, our very own Sarah Fletcher shares the story of a man who climbed up a tree to see Jesus, but instead Jesus saw him and changed his life.
This week we get to the high point of Exodus, the Passover and the deliverance of Israel from Egypt. Sarah Fletcher shares on what the Passover means for us today and how deliverance is available to us through a new type of Passover.
Have you ever wondered what it means to forgive someone? Staff member Sarah Fletcher gives a sermon out of Matthew 18 and tells us what God's definition of forgiveness is.
Our Marked by the Cross series continues as staff member Sarah Fletcher gives a message on Jesus's perfect example of humility and how this virtue frees us fom the tyranny of our desires for control and power.
Often in life we find that reality doesn’t match our expectations. How do we deal with this fact when it comes to the issue of suffering? As Christians how does the Gospel affect the way we deal with suffering personally and in the world around us?