• Called Out: God’s Merciful Response (Part 2)

      This past Sunday we continued through the plagues in Exodus and God’s response to Pharaoh’s question of who is the Lord? We saw in these chapters that the plagues are God’s merciful response to proud souls that desire to evade God’s authority over their lives, and draw them back...

  • Called Out: God’s Merciful Response (Part 1)

      As we continue through our sermon series in Exodus, we began walking through the plagues in Exodus 7 and 8. We realize that the plagues are God’s response to Pharaoh’s question back in Exodus 5:2 when he says, “who is the Lord that I should obey His voice?” This...

  • Called Out: The Lord’s Covenant Of Deliverance

    Exodus, Chapter 5, looked like a failure.  Moses and Aaron were sent by God to ask for a small gesture of respect to the Lord.  “May we please go into the wilderness to honor our God?”  Pharaoh’s response was insulting and demeaning.  “I do not know the Lord and I...

  • Called Out: Dark Days

      As we continue through the book of Exodus, we come to a visceral and gut-wrenching text. In Exodus 5, we are confronted with the reality of sin and its effects that reverberate throughout our lives. Here we see that God is setting up His plan in the midst of...

  • Called Out: Time to Go

    This past Sunday, we took a look at Exodus 4. It’s there that God answers all of Moses’ objections and sends him back to Egypt. In the midst of this conversation and subsequent return, we see the main idea of the text pointing us towards this truth: God desires that...

  • Called Out: When God Speaks

    This past Sunday, we climbed a mountain peak in the Scriptures. In Exodus 3, God shows up in a mysterious way, and makes Himself known in powerful ways. Throughout His exchange with Moses, God gives us insight into His character and the work that He will do. Simply put, God...

  • Called Out: Preparing The Way

    The book of Exodus is a book of movement. There’s physical movement as well as spiritual movement. As we are introduced to Moses, we see both of those components at work in the text. But primarily, we see that God is at work preparing and securing salvation for His people....

  • Called Out: Blessing Under Persecution

    This past Sunday, we took a look at Exodus 1. What began initially as a reminder of God’s faithfulness to His people, quickly turned as the nation was oppressed by Pharaoh. This is a great reminder of the reality that God’s people will face persecution from those opposed to the...

  • Called Out: Our Story

    This past Sunday, we began a journey in the book of Exodus that we will spend the next number of months walking through. Instead of preaching the first portion of text, we did a flyover of the book of Exodus highlighting major themes in the book and giving us an...

  • The Church in Order: An Ordered Mission

    This past Sunday we finished up Titus by spending our time in Titus 3. This great text puts squarely in front of us the glorious realities of the gospel. Paul exhorts Titus, and by application the church, to an ordered mission. In short, Paul is pushing the reader to: Live...