Most Recent Sermons


  • May 9, 2021 - The Law of the Land is Love

    Scripture - James 2:1-13

    Message - The Law of the Land is Love.


    Today’s Topic:

    We are jumping around in our study of James. Today we hear the instruction not to show favoritism within the Christian Community. As Christ followers, we sometimes fail to show the love of God to each other. So please, hear this: “You are known and valued and loved by God. Don’t let anyone tell you different; don’t forget it.”


  • May 2, 2021 - The Fruit of Faith in Jesus

    Scripture - James 2:14-26

    Message - The Fruit of Faith in Jesus


    Today’s Topic:

    Today we are beginning a series of messages on the book of James and we will wrestle with the relationship between our faith in or beliefs about God and our actions and behaviors (or the way our faith is expressed). Take a moment to reflect on these words by C. H. Spurgeon, “Faith that does not change your behavior will never change your destiny.”



  • April 25, 2021

    Scripture:  Acts 9:1-31


    Today’s Topic:

    Today we read of Jesus’ appearance to Saul and his conversion to Christianity. It was a dramatic turning point for his life as well as for the early church. Consider what the major moments of your faith have been. How did you see Jesus in the midst of those moments? Prepare your heart to worship the living Christ again today.


  • April 18, 2021 - Your Post-Credits Scene

    Scripture - John 20:30-31; 21:15-25

    Message - Your Post-Credits Scene


    Today’s Topic:

    Today we read of Jesus’ third appearance to his disciples as he eats breakfast with them. Many of the significant stories of Jesus’ encounters with his followers is over a meal. When was the last special meal you shared with family or friends? What made it special?



  • April 11, 2021 - No Doubt About It

    Scripture - Luke 24:36-49

    Message - No Doubt About It



    Today’s Topic:

    Today we read of Jesus’ appearance to his disciples and their struggle to believe “because of joy and amazement.” (Luke 24:41). It seems their struggle to believe is because it’s too good to be true. Have you ever had something seem too good to be true? Share the memory with someone today.