December 31, 2017
2 Peter 1:1-9
- Ben Deaver
This message looks at "Word Of The Year" as a tool to help us actually use and grow the gifts we already have in Christ. The message ends with an open time of sharing about people's WOTYs.
September 4, 2016
1 Corinthians 9
This message looks at how sacrificial love is a necessary mark of a healthy community and is essential in creating an environment conducive to growth.
June 19, 2016
This final message of the series on spiritual disciplines looks at the heart and ultimate goal of the disciplines: imitating the Father and growing in maturity to become like Him.
April 10, 2016
This message looks at the reality of suffering in our lives and how the revealed mystery of the Gospel can give our suffering deep meaning that can help us endure well and even rejoice.
January 3, 2016
This second of this mini-series talks about looking forward, pressing on, spiritual growth, avoiding perfectionism, and embracing grace-based goal setting. Because of the Gospel of Grace, we are freed to try! And our lives now really matter. This message specifically covers WOTYs and BHAGGs (Words Of The Year and Big, Hairy, Audacious, God-sezed Goals).
December 27, 2015
This message began a special mini-series on looking back and looking forward - talking about Word Of The Year (WOTY) and a gospel-centered approach to goals and spiritual growth. This first week we talked about "Looking Back" and reflecting on your WOTY and growth this year.
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.
February 22, 2015
This message looks at the spiritual discipline of prayer. It invites the hearer to become young again: to pray from the lap of their Heavenly Daddy.
January 4, 2015
- Ben Duell, Dave Geldart
- Message Series:
- The Kingdom of Jesus: A Study Through the Gospel of Luke (2014-2015)
This message examines the trials of Jesus at the hands of the Jewish and Roman leaders. Luke wants us to see that it's actually Jesus' accusers who are on trial, and they each missed seeing Jesus clearly-- for different reasons. We too have to fight to see Jesus clearly.
June 9, 2013