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Sermons

Offering Sacrifices

Rev. Aaron Wetzel Please note that due to some technical difficulties, the sermon was not recorded in it’s entirety.

Next: The Early Church Today – Gospel Sexuality

Dr. Branson Parler We live in a world that is confused about human sexuality. So did the early church. Today we will look especially at the commands for Gentiles regarding sexuality in Acts 15 in order to understand why, far from being restrictive, God’s ways are profoundly life-giving.

Next: The Early Church Today – The Leading of the Spirit

Dr. Branson Parler What should the church do when faced with new challenges, questions, and directions? The early church faced complicated issues and questions, but Acts 15 gives us insight into how God works to lead us continually and faithfully in the direction he has for us.

Next: The Early Church Today – Gospel Unheard

Rev. Eric Schalk This morning we will explore the further adventures of Paul and Barnabas on their first missionary journey. We’ll see that despite their preaching, the full extent of the gospel often goes unheard. As we reflect on this text, we’ll explore what it means for us to hear the gospel and live as…

Advent: Waiting for Joy

Rev. Eric Schalk Today, as we continue our advent series, we will wrestle with what it means to wait for joy. We’ll explore God’s promise to Israel, in Isaiah 9, and see how they could see a reason for joy in the future. We’ll also see how we live in a time where we have…

Advent: Waiting for a New Heart

Dr. Branson Parler In today’s text, we see that God’s people Israel await his radical surgery on them. We see that God promises to give them a new heart and a new Spirit so that they can truly fulfill his intentions for them. Today, we must continue to surrender our hearts to the Great Physician…

Advent: Waiting in the Dark

Dr. Branson Parler This Sunday we begin our Advent series, “Waiting.” Like the season of Lent, the season of Advent is a time of waiting and preparation for the coming celebration. Today we will reflect on the importance of waiting in a culture that desires instant gratification and quick fixes. Even as we look ahead…