God’s love for us was written in creation, and his pursuit and desire for us has been ever since. Listen as Pastor Joel shares his heart and continues our series "It Is Written".
The Bible is God's letter to us to share himself, his story of Jesus, and his gift to the world. It is the ultimate resource for our lives as followers of Jesus. Listen as Pastor Joel kicks-off our new year with a new series "It is written".
God Gives us His Holiness when we give Him our Hearts. Listen as Pastor Joel continues our series 'The Gift Exchange".
When we lay ourselves down before Jesus, when we give Him our hurts, He offers us healing. Pastor Joel continued our series "The Gift Exchange" this past Sunday with a talk on the healing we receive from our Savior.
Our heavenly father gives great gifts. Our new Holiday Series is all about the different things that He gives us in exchange for the things we give over to Him. To kick-off the series, our Student Pastor Zach Stoner shares a message on PEACE.
How do we offer up a sacrifice of thanksgiving? Listen as Pastor Joel shows us what it looks like to be grateful in all things and offer up a sacrifice of thanksgiving to God.
As we head toward Thanksgiving, we will be talking through the choice of being thankful or ungrateful in life. Listen as Pastor Joel starts our new series with a talk on being Ungrateful.
We are surrounded by adoption stories all over the place. God chose us, Jesus sacrificed for us, and now the Holy Spirit leads us. Listen as Pastor Joel shares a message as we recognize Orphan Sunday.
"The earnest prayer of a righteous person has great power and produces wonderful results." This past Sunday, pastor Zach wrapped up our series on the book of James with a message on the power of prayer.
Pastor Joel continued our "Faith/Works" series this past weekend. Listen as the author of James challenges us in the area of patience.
How do we use our money for the glory of God? It can be tricky, but Pastor Joel helps us get clarity as he continues our series on the book of James, where the author puts out a charge against those mishandling their finances in chapter 5.