February 25, 2018
This message looks more at the story of the life of Joseph and focuses on the theme of repairing the past and being a blessing to others.
November 15, 2015
- Dick Jaques
This first message preached by newly hired lead pastor Dick Jaques focuses on his life verse (Acts 20:24) and how it initially felt like a weight of duty, but has become the doorway to a life of freedom. As we live our lives away motivated by the love of Christ, we receive the full life we've always wanted.
August 30, 2015
This message concludes the Galatians series and focuses on what it looks like to boast in the Cross of Christ rather than our flesh.
August 16, 2015
What we feed will grow.
August 9, 2015
This message looks at how the Gospel frees us to engage deeply in relationships "by the Spirit." We are to move toward one another in love, gently restoring them when they sin, and sacrificing to help carry their burdens.
August 2, 2015
This message looks at the works of the flesh versus the fruit of the Spirit and encourages believers to ploddingly walk by the Spirit in their daily lives.
July 26, 2015
This message looks at the thesis verse of Galatians, Paul's exhortation for them to stand firm in their freedom. Ben Deaver tackles a difficult problem passage in 5:2-4 and seeks to answer the all-important question, "Can you lose your salvation?".
July 19, 2015
This message looks at Paul's exhortation to the Galatians not to go back under slavery, but to stay free by rejecting legalism. It focuses on Paul's allegorical interpretation of the Old Testament story about Abraham and his two sons, and shows how those who put their trust in God to make them right with Him are the true descendants of Sarah, sons of promise.
June 28, 2015
This message examines how all believers are adopted "sons of God", and heirs of the full Kingdom of God according to promise.
June 14, 2015
This message seeks to answer the question "Why then the Law?". It shows how God's promises given to Eve and Abraham superseeded the Law that was to come after it. In essence, the Law was Israel's babysitter.