Today we're wrapping up The Vow sermon series with a message on the vow of purity. Listen in as Pastor Joel teaches that secrecy is the enemy of intimacy and that we need to confide in, not hide from, our number two.
Every day fewer and fewer people choose to live in God-honoring relationships. The voices of culture shout louder than a closed Bible, and the value of God’s plan for marriage is chipped away every second. Listen in as Pastor Neal talks about “The Vow of Partnership” from Genesis 2. Our hope is to know God’s plan for marriage, and understand what the Bible says about co-habitation and same-sex attraction.
This Sunday we welcome Chris Hall as our guest speaker. Chris will continue The Vow sermon series with message entitled, The Vow of Pursuit. Listen in and learn how to pursue your spouse with loving words, selfless deeds, lifelong romance and Christ-like leadership.
We live in a time where commitment is increasingly devalued. "Until death do us part” has turned into “until I no longer like you.” Wedding vows are more than a declaration of love—they hold the keys to a strong, lasting marriage. Listen in as Pastor Neal Benson shares about getting our relational priorities right.
Think back to a time in your life when someone helped you better understand a certain activity or subject. Often times, understanding something helps you appreciate and enjoy the activity or subject more. Throughout the month of January we’ve been working on living a Bible-centered life. Listen in as Pastor Neal Benson teaches from Matthew 12 on how to better understand and apply God’s word correctly in your own life.
Listen in as guest speaker, Mike Lovato, continues our Illiterate sermon series this week with a message from 2 Chronicles 34. Through the example of King Josiah, we learn that seeking God and encountering His word equates to a changed heart and renewed commitment to Him.
Today's culture has shifted and many people know very little about the Bible. Fewer people consider Scripture to be a valuable influence in their life, and far less are actually reading their Bibles. These concerning trends are why we’re doing this sermon series. We want to combat Biblical illiteracy and encourage people to value and live a Bible-centric life. Listen in as Neal Benson teaches from 2 Timothy 3 and makes a case for the persistent study of God’s word.
Many of us know more about the characters on our favorite show than we know about God’s word. We can quote more lines from our favorite movies than we can quote Scripture. For this reason we’re starting a new sermon series called, Illiterate. We want to live a Bible-centric life. Listen in as Pastor Neal Benson shares about walking in the ways of the Lord from Deuteronomy 11.
On Sunday, December 30, we’re excited to welcome our Student Ministries Intern, Sergio Garces, as our speaker. Listen in as Sergio talks about the path to spiritual growth and some practical steps you can take in 2019 to grow your relationship with Jesus.
People are fascinated with fairy tales and make believe stories. It’s important to know that the story of Jesus isn’t a fairy tale. This is an account of a real birth. Too often people try to make it seem like it’s just another fairy tale. Listen in as Neal Benson teaches from Matthew 1:18-25 and talks about the importance of the name of Jesus.