Join us on Sundays at 9:00 and 10:45 AM for our fall sermon series, Action: The Gospel of Mark. We believe your life will be changed by the lessons we’ll learn together in this adventure-driven, action-packed series on the life of Christ.
We're starting our It's a Wonderful Life sermon series with a look at the genealogy of Christ. There are examples of both faith and scandal in Christ's lineage; however, we'll see that God can use anyone for His greater purposes. Listen in as Neal teaches on Matthew 1:1-17 and see that regardless of your family history, you can live your life for Christ.
One day we’re going to have to give an account for what we’ve done in our life. Every single one of us have been given talents and abilities from God to help build His Kingdom. On the day you stand in front of God, how will your account go? Listen in as Neal teaches from Matthew 25:14-30 about using the abilities we have to live a generous life.
Now days, it seems that Christians can be confused about money and giving to the church. This confusion often stems from the fact that many believers have never been instructed on Biblical principles of giving. Listen in as Pastor Neal Benson teaches on Matthew 6:19-24 and what Jesus says about money.
We’re looking at how we can live an extraordinarily generous life with the resources God has made available to each of us. If a person looked at your checkbook or bank statement, calendar and apps on your phone what would they say is important in your life? Listen in as Pastor Neal Benson teaches on Ecclesiastes 3:1-14. The writer of this book talks about the meaninglessness of life and how meaning is only found in God. His point of the entire book is that meaning is found in living for God with the time we’ve been entrusted.
This Sunday, we’re kicking off a new teaching series about living a generous life. Listen in as guest speaker, Danny Bowers, opens our series with a message about being generous toward the next generation.
It's easy to understand tangible opposites. We can turn right or left, go up or down, sink or swim. But what about opposites in the spiritual realm? Many times we fail to recognize the spiritual battle taking place around us. Listen in as Pastor Neal finishes the book of Daniel and talks about being strong in the Lord.
Each of us are known for something. Some people are known as great parents. Some people are known as hard workers. Some people are known for their commitments or their downfalls. Throughout the book of Daniel, we see that Daniel is known for loving God. Daniel has a great prayer life and commitment to God. Listen in as Pastor Neal teaches through Daniel 9 and talks about how God answers our prayers.
Daniel 8 seems like the story line for a Hollywood movie. There are scene changes, captivating stories, compelling characters, and mystery involved. Unfortunately, most people are too scared or confused to study it. This chapter draws us to the love of God and His ultimate authority in our lives. Listen in as Pastor Neal teaches from Daniel 8 and talks about how God is greater than all authority.
Many set aside the book of Daniel when they get to chapter 7 because the content can be confusing, and they're right. What we’re going to study in chapter 7 is confusing but scholars agree that this is the best chapter in the entire book. It’s a chapter of celebrating the greatness of God and His eternal reign. Listen in as Neal preaches from Daniel 7 and talks about how God is the eternal King.
In Daniel 6 we read this about Daniel, "Three times a day he got down on his knees and prayed, giving thanks to his God, just as he had done before” (Daniel 6:10b). Daniel was a man of routine. The only thing he could be accused of was of his commitment to God. Listen in as our guest speaker, Brian Berry, shares about big dreams and small decisions.