Sermons from June 2023

Sermons from June 2023

Portrait of a Disciple Maker

Call to Worship: Psalms 92:1-2, John 13:34-35 (ESV) 92 1      It is good to give thanks to the Lord,                     to sing praises to your name, O Most High;       2      to declare your steadfast love in the morning,                     and your faithfulness by night, 13 34 A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another: just as I have loved you, you also are to love one another. 35 By this all people will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another. Scripture Reading: Matthew 28:18-20 (ESV) 18 And…

Worries, Wealth, and Wants

We live an exchanged life, Jesus’ life for ours. Kingdom living is a life of learning to think and act and love like Jesus. I look forward to being with you this Sunday as we follow Jesus’ model and methods for discipleship as well as anticipate barriers and thorns that could inhibit our growth.

When the Gospel Comes Home

Philemon Homecomings are often cause for celebration – a reunion with a family member or friend who you haven’t seen in a long time. Other times the person who is returning may be the last person you were expecting or wanting to see, as was likely the case with the person delivering the letter Paul had written to Philemon. Sometimes it’s not just an unwanted person, but it’s the full impact of the gospel that’s knocking at the door.

The Church of Christ

Colossians 4:7-18 “Never before, in the history of humanity, had a more diverse group of people gathered and been welcomed, loved, and accepted than the early Christian church.” This quote comes from a recent episode of frequent Christianity Today contributor Russell Moore’s podcast. Who said it? The answer may surprise you! Join us this Sunday for our final sermon in our series on Colossians; find out who spoke these words about the early Christian church and how they can become true of the modern Christian church as well.

To Know and Trust God

Psalm 23 To live a life following Jesus, we have to know and trust Him. Join us this Sunday as we walk through Psalm 23, reminding ourselves of who our God is as our shepherd, how he walks with us through every season of life, and why we should put our trust in him.