Dying to Live

Are you a Bon Jovi Christian? Paul’s words “to live is Christ, to die is gain” is incredibly important for us to understand what the Christian life is all about. Many people in the church today have no concept of what this means – because they are Bon Jovi Christians.

Fourth sermon in the Grow Up! series. Preached 2014 March 9

What’s In It For Me?

What is the MOST important thing in your life? In this sermon, we see what gave Paul joy in his life as he did this important work.

Second sermon in the Grow Up series from Philippians. Preached 2014, Mar. 2

What Does “Done” Look Like?

Are you a growing Christian? Why do you think so? How would you know if you are or not? In this sermon we learn what God wants to see in us as growing Christians. We’ll also see how we can know we are growing or not.

First sermon in the Grow Up series from Philippians. Preached 2014, Feb. 23

Hope Renewed

How can we have hope after we have failed miserably? Peter denied Jesus publicly three times while Jesus stood fast when he was on trial. The way Jesus deals with Peter after the resurrection helps us know how to move past our failures today.

Fifth sermon in the Let Hope In series. Preached 2014/Feb. 9.

Hope Shared

Now that we have found hope in Jesus Christ, how can we share that hope with others? Peter’s encounter with the crippled man at the temple gives us some helpful lessons in how we can pass this hope along to people in our lives today.

Final sermon in the Let Hope In series. Preached 2014/Feb 16.

Hope Expressed

This sermon comes from Psalm 138 where we learn about hope and its relationship to worship.

Fourth sermon in the Let Hope In series. Preached 2014/02/02.

Hope Personified

We usually look at the parable of the Prodigal Son from the vantage point of grace and forgiveness. However, we can learn more from this parable when we view it through the subject of hope. The son came home because he had hope that his father would take him back – as a servant, yes – but he would at least have a better job. His hope was not in himself, his hope was in his father’s character.

The same is true with our Heavenly Father. We can have hope in Him because of who He is.

Third sermon in the Let Hope In series. Preached 2014/Jan/19.

Hope Found

Where do you turn when you can’t fix your problems on your own? Two men came to Jesus one day to find the help no one else could give them. We learn a great deal from them.

Second sermon in the Let Hope In series. Preached 2014/Jan/12.

Hope Needed

When do you feel most hopeless? King David showed kindness to a crippled son of his best friend who needed hope. God works in much the same way in our lives to give us hope today.

First sermon in the Let Hope In series. Preached 2014/Jan/5.

God With Us

When the angel told Joseph that this special child was to be called “Immanuel” it was more than just a statement of God’s presence. The Old Testament story behind this promise helps us see Christmas from a whole new perspective.

Fourth sermon in the Christmas Experience series – Preached 22 December 2013