Joy to the World: Let Earth Receive Her King (2012-2013)
This Christmas message series from December 2012 - January 2013 focuses on how God was with us, is still with us, and is coming back again to be with us forever.
The Suffering Servant: The Cross Precedes the Crown (2012)
This message series from 2012 on the book of Mark focuses on the theme of the Suffering Servant. Jesus is not only the long awaited Messiah King, but also the Suffering Servant. The cross must precede the crown -- not only for Jesus, but also for his followers.
Gospel Movements (2012)
This message series from Feb-May 2012 looks at movements of the Gospel -- how and why they happen.
Minor Prophets, Major Problems (2012)
This sermon series looks at some of the major issues addressed in the Minor Prophets. It ran from January 1 - February 12, 2012.
The Gospel (2011)
This message series from September-December, 2011 takes a deep look at the root of the Christian Faith: The Gospel.
This message series focuses on tensions we feel in our Christian lives and faith -- often between seemingly irreconcilable positions or ideas. This series ran from June 26 - August 21, 2011.
Prodigal: Recklessly Extravagant (2011)
This message series focuses on God's extravagant love in the parable of the prodigal sons. The series ran May 8 - August 19, 2011.
American Idols: We Reflect What We Revere (2011)
This message series takes a look at the idols that popularly function in the hearts of modern Americans. The big idea of the series is that we reflect what we revere...what we worship...to our ruin or our restoration. The series ran from January 30th - May 1st, 2011.
A Study of Acts: The Nature of Transformational Churches (2010-2011)
This message series walks through the first half of the book of Acts with an eye for the nature of transformational churches. This series ran from September 2010 through January 2011. It essentially covers Acts chapters 1-11, 15, and 17.
The Urgent Call for Discipleship (2010)
This mini-series about the urgent call for discipleship ran August 15-September 5, 2010.