• Jun2019

      As we continue through the drama of Job, we are met again with intense suffering, the glory of God and Job’s righteous response. It’s here that we see that: Suffering has a sovereign purpose in revealing the true nature of our heart toward God.   Satan’s Continued Assault on...

  •   This past weekend, we began our new sermon series through the book of Job called Righteous Suffering. Throughout this book, we will see the refrain that suffering is not a retribution for sin, but a sovereign purpose of God to accomplish His plain in our lives. More specifically, in...

  • May2019

    Jude: Kept by Christ

    May 22, 2019

      Have you ever been spared from something disastrous? If you have, you know the feeling of relief, gratitude and appreciation of what you’ve been spared from. In Jude, the first half of the book speaks at length to the coming judgment for those that rebel against Christ. In this...

  • On May 12th, we had the privilege of starting our two-week series on the short but ever important book of Jude.  We studied the first half of the book and saw that “we are to contend for the faith to preserve the integrity of the gospel.” 1. We are Beloved...

  •   As we spent our final Sunday in 1 Corinthians, we reviewed some of the themes and highlights of the book. While the book is largely a rebuke of the church, the emphasis isn’t solely fixated on the Corinthians failures, but ultimately pointing us toward the gospel and how God...

  •   This past Sunday, we looked at the final chapter in 1 Corinthians. While we may be tempted to see it as a haphazard conclusion to the letter, upon closer examination we see that Paul is helping the Corinthians to see the need for healthy biblical community. Specifically, we see...

  • Apr2019

      I don’t know about you, but I had a blast this past Easter weekend, celebrating the fact that we serve a risen Savior who gives us an enduring hope! We looked at 1 Corinthians 15 and saw the power and the hope that comes from the resurrection. In short...

  •   Are you a loving person? As you think about that, consider this as a follow up, according to who? Who is the ultimate arbiter of whether or not we are loving? As we approached 1 Corinthians 13-14 this past Sunday, we saw in God’s Word, God’s definition, description and...

  •   When you think of spiritual gifts, there’s probably a lot of things that come to your mind. I don’t know about you, but what isn’t usually the first thing to come to my mind when thinking about gifts is God’s grace. Yet, that’s exactly where the text leads us...

  •   Have you ever been a part of a situation where someone thinks they’re in charge, only to realize that they clearly aren’t? That dynamic is similar to what is playing out in the Corinthian church in 1 Corinthians 11. Here, Paul seems to be addressing two items that have...