self

October 23, 2016

Ephesians 4:22-31

Speaker: 
Dick Jaques
Message Series: 
Ephesians: Adopted Redeemed Therefore (2016-2017)

This message builds on the previous one in our two part study of "putting off" and "putting on" and seeks to answer the question: "What does it really, practically, look like to put off the old sel

October 16, 2016

Ephesians 4:17-24

Speaker: 
Dick Jaques
Message Series: 
Ephesians: Adopted Redeemed Therefore (2016-2017)

When people meet Jesus and become His followers, they receive new hearts, but still have old habits.

July 24, 2016

Proverbs 25:28

Speaker: 
Dick Jaques
Message Series: 
Proverbs: The Wise Path of Jesus (2016)

This message looks at the path of wisdom with self-control and shows how the secret to being able to control ourselves is to find our satisfaction in all things in Christ.

February 15, 2015

John 6:25-71

Speaker: 
Ben Deaver
Message Series: 
Reclaiming Spiritual Disciplines (2015)

This message covers the spiritual discipline of reading the Bible and challenges us to become people mature enough to feed ourselves on God's Word.

January 29, 2012

Book of Micah

Speaker: 
Ben Deaver
Message Series: 
Minor Prophets, Major Problems (2012)

This message looks at the core idea of justice presented in the book of Micah and asks the question: "What is true justice?".

May 1, 2011

Speaker: 
Todd Stewart
Message Series: 
American Idols: We Reflect What We Revere (2011)

This final message of the series looks briefly recaps the main topics and discusses how we can assault our idols.

February 20, 2011

Genesis 25-33

Speaker: 
Todd Stewart
Message Series: 
American Idols: We Reflect What We Revere (2011)

This message looks at the story of Jacob to show how idolizing one's own wit and wisdom -- one's self -- only leads to ruin and pain.

June 6, 2010

John 12:1-8

Speaker: 
Ryan Nutter
Message Series: 
Knowing Jesus: Encountering Christ in the Gospel of John (2010)

This message looks at the story of the woman anointing Jesus' feet with perfume.  Are we willing to show costly love for Jesus?  Or are we ultimately more obsessed with ourselves?