In the 3rd part of our Sacred Series, Pastor David Perkins talks about the Scripture. In this sermon, he lays out a vision for viewing the scriptures as a story which emphasizes Christ's centrality, God's character and our place in the Kingdom of God.
Pastor Jimmy Evans speaks on God's Indestructible Plan for Marriage. Pulling from Ephesians 5, Pastor Jimmy unpacks God's plan for marriage, our spousal roles, our greatest needs and how to serve our spouses well.
Pastor Ross Parsley teaches that being in community with other believers in church is like being in a family - it's messy at times, but working through the mess yields love, relationship, and ultimately beauty.
At the start of a new year, we all want to know how we can flourish in Christ. Psalm 1 gives us two images: the life of the faithless who perishes, and the life of the faithful who flourishes. Pastor Glenn Packiam teaches from the psalm on how we can flourish by being in community with the faithful and in conversation with the Scriptures.
Pastor Glenn Packiam explores the fledgling Church's first brush with opposition. Examining Acts 4, we see just how subversive the announcement that there is no other name but the name of Jesus is to the power-brokers of this world.
Legends and Misfits, Week 8: Extravagant Worship and Devious Distractions
Mar 11, 2012
Pastor Glenn Packiam continues the ?Legends & Misfits? series with a look at the young King David in 2 Samuel 6 compared to an older King David in 2 Samuel 11. What is it that changes us from being free and open-handed to being controlling and closed-handed? The truth is, the tighter we grasp, the less we have and the smaller our world becomes. Discover how grateful worship can open us up once again to our gracious and generous God.
Glenn Packiam reminds us that since we are 'dearly loved children of God' who are being filled with the Holy Spirit and are awaiting the return of Christ the King, we can 'make every effort' in our spiritual formation.
Supernatural, Week 7: Love, The Most Excellent Way
Feb 14, 2010
The love of God puts the gifts of the Spirit into perspective. Pastor David Grothe teaches that spiritual maturity is based not on how impressive our spiritual giftings are, but upon the measure of God's love operating in our lives.
Pastor Brady begins a new series by teaching how the aspects of a tribe that make it so powerful are the same elements that can make the church all that God desires it to be, experiencing both "ekklesia" and "koinonia."
Pastor Brady begins the "Change the World" series by teaching that if we allow ourselves to be "salt and light" as followers of Christ, we will have no choice but to impact the world around us in a powerful way.
On Father's Day, Pastor Tom Lane teaches that a good father should provide an environment for his children's success, make himself available to experience life with them, and give them values, training, and instruction.
Continuing the study of the 23rd Psalm, Pastor Brady examines verses two and three, teaching that having a restored soul requires surrendering ourselves to the Lord and allowing Him to free us from fear.
Pastor Clark Whitten from Grace Church in Orlando, FL teaches from Romans chapter 5, encouraging us that in order to reign in life, we must receive the abundance of grace and the gift of righteousness.