For the Love of God
Living the mission God has given every believer demands a deep motivation to sustain the effort. The call to love God with all your being as well as loving your neighbor as yourself is overwhelming without lasting motivation. God’s love for you, found in Jesus Christ, is a motivation that gives you eternal motivation.
2 Corinthians 5:14-21
The search for fulfillment can take us many place and to many things. King Solomon was a man who had wealth, power, and access to anything he wanted. He used that to search for fulfillment and concluded that all of life finds itself within the glory and greatness of God, our Father.
Finding Fellowship in Christ
We were made by community and for community. This is why all people seek to find some kind of connection. Our ultimate connection is with our Creator. Once that is right, all else can become right. If we seek to fill our connection need with others before Christ we will form fellowship based on circumstances or shared interests. But if we build our connection to Christ first, we’ll then find a fellowship that transcends all other variables.
Grace Greater than Our Weaknesses
God’s grace was designed to permeate all aspects of your life. It was meant to draw you, forgive you, and ultimately be the agent that transforms you. One way it changes you is helping you deal with your weaknesses from a God-centered worldview and not a man-centered one.
Image of God
Mankind is made in God’s image. Understanding what this means has major implications on your life’s worth, purpose and destiny.
Church On Mission
The New Testament presents portraits of the earliest believers gathering for work and worship. As we examine their lives, we gain insight into what priorities we should have and what principles we should follow. In this lesson we examine the first church in Jerusalem and connect with their mission– to go make disciples.
The Good Samaritan
PM Sermon: Anthony Rex (Luke 10:25-37)
Reaching A Broken World
PM Sermon – Anthony Rex
Christ & His Church: The Answer to a Broken World
AM Sermon: Matt Thomas