November 19, 2017, Sunday Worship
Public fruit, private wreckage, microwave Christianity, and the power of abiding in Jesus.
November 5, 2017, Sunday Worship
Philemon was a good Christian. His love and faith refreshed the hearts of the saints and brought the apostle Paul joy and encouragement. But Paul’s prayer for Philemon is that in the midst of all this good, he’ll discern what is truly effective.
October 22, 2017, Sunday Worship
In our modern world, we have made a lot of discoveries about the human eye. But as we look at Matthew 6, we seem to gain a different view on how it really works, thanks to Jesus. It’s almost as if the ancient world had different perspective on perspective.
October 8, 2017, Sunday Worship
Some people have no authority and only know vulnerability.
Others have authority and use it to prey on the vulnerable.
Still others have authority and wield it on behalf of the vulnerable.
But, there’s a fourth group: Those who don’t exercise authority and insulate themselves from vulnerability. These are the lapdogs.
October 1, 2017, Sunday Worship
The middle is always the messiest part of any endeavor. It’s where the most fully encounter the forces of resistance aligned against us, and it’s where most commitments wither and die. This teaching explores what we can learn from Nehemiah and the builders about overcoming resistance and mastering the middle.