The Pilgrim’s Progress
This series will capture highlights from the famous work of John Bunyan in which he helps us see the process of discipleship where a person moves from unbelief through belief and into the challenges that come with following Christ until we reach our eternal home.
Finding Our Voice: A Study in the Psalms
Taking the psalms in their sequential order, each psalm, once regularly used in worship settings, helps us worship God more deeply by cultivating in our hearts a holy expectation for God’s work in and around us. And once seeing God’s work, we are invited to give voice to the work he is doing.
Self Denial and the Christian Life
This series will look at the practice of the Christian life that Jesus began with his disciples when he told them to “take up their cross and follow him.” That challenge began for us a life of denying our selfish tendencies for the sake of following Christ. We will discern and discover what this looks like for us today.
These sermons capture a variety of themes and topics surrounding who we are as the church as we are called to be a Good and Beautiful Community. They will give voice to when our sorrow is too great that we are weak from weeping, and we will hear a different voice as we welcome Mr. Kyle Dieleman back to lead our worship.
Why He Came
This series follows the gospel readings from the Revised Common Lectionary. Each of the gospel stories help us understand how the life and work of Jesus Christ shaped the Christian life. Each story adds another way in which the church gets to live out what Christ has accomplished. They will teach us why he came and why that matters for us today.
This series will help us take a look at some passages of Scripture that remind us that just as we waited for Christ’s birth, so too, we are now waiting for his return. We will look together at different passages that help us be ready for that return and consider them from a uniquely Reformed perspective.
This series will help us wee some important practices for how ware to communicate with one another because we follow Christ. This series has the goal of preparing our hearts for practice intentional community in which our words, speech and stories help others see Jesus at work in their lives.
This series will help us take a look at some passages of Scripture that remind us that just as we waited for Christ’s birth, so too, we are now waiting for his return. We will look at different passages that help us be ready for the return and consider them from a uniquely Reformed perspective.
This sermon series will look at the amazing life of Elisha, whose simple request had a powerful impact on his life. His request was to have a double portion of faith or trust in God as did Elijah. This series will consider the places where God may be stretching our faith to trust him more fully, or hold on to him more tightly through a tenacity of faith. A Double Portion will help us see the heart of faith through the eyes of Elisha.
As one of our confessional standards, we hear this expression of our theology to be rooted in God’s word so we can be the greatest voice of hope in the world. The Belgic Confession, along with the other confessions, helps us develop a solid world and life view based on the guiding of Reformed Theology. This should help us speak clear hope into the messy brokenness of this world.
We will step back into a series of sermons that remind us of our core values of:
- Deepened Worship
- Renewed Minds
- Faithful Witness
- Healthy Relationships, and
- Holy Habits.
Taking two weeks per value, we will consider each of them from a new angle and see how they encourage us to walk faithfully and humbly with our God.