Recent Sermons

Three Groups Who Knew About Jesus | Matthew 2:1-12

Pastor Stewart shares how Herod, the religious leaders, and the wise men all knew about Jesus’ birth, but they all had very different responses. Herod hated the Christ, the religious leaders were indifferent, and the wise men recognized and worshipped Him. Which group are you in?

Be Strong In The Lord | Joshua 1:1-18

We are starting our new sermon series on the book of Joshua. Joshua was commissioned to lead the Israelites into the promised land after the death of Moses. He was commanded three times in this chapter to be strong and courageous. Though the task was daunting, he was reminded that the Lord was with him, so he only needed to obey in faith.

The Arrival of the King | Matthew 1:18-25

Jesus came from heaven to earth to save us from our sins. He is God with us: Immanuel. Have you relied solely on Jesus as your salvation? Put your trust in Him and live for Him. See what He will do. For He is God with us. He will not forsake you. He will see you through! 

In The Family | Matthew 1:1-17

Jesus’ genealogy is full of people who lived messy lives. It reveals to us that we do not need to wait to clean ourselves up before we turn to Jesus because we are incapable to do that cleansing. There’s nothing we can do better than to turn to Jesus and allow Him to do that work we cannot do ourselves. He is more than willing to invite one more nut into the family!

Self-Examination | 2 Corinthians 13:1-6

Christians are called to truly examine whether they are in the faith. A true follower of Christ will show evidence of a transformed life as they walk in a personal relationship with Jesus.

Paul’s Open Heart | 2 Corinthians 12:14-21

Though many Corinthians opposed Paul and caused him suffering, Paul continued to gladly serve them and share with them the Gospel and love of Jesus Christ. Despite their actions, these people mattered to God, just as you and I matter to God.

Strength in Suffering | 2 Corinthians 12:7-13

Our prickly problems in life don’t need to be viewed as curses to be removed, but rather blessings to be received as we learn to lean more heavily on Jesus. Our sicknesses are not always a product of sin. Sometimes they are an allowance of God to produce a greater purpose in us.

Resisting or Resigned to Suffering? | 2 Corinthians 11:16-33

Paul urges the church to not allow themselves to be put back into the chains of bondage by the Law, but to live in the freedom that Jesus has given us by His death on the cross. In addition, we learn about the suffering that Paul endured for the sake of the Gospel. Jesus didn’t die on a cross to make our lives pleasant in this world. He died to save us from the penalty of sin and bring us…