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  • May 21, 2023

    Series: Origins

    Speaker: Tim Nay

    Jacob Wrestled with God. Like, physically wrestled with God. All night long.

    For many people, the idea of wrestling with God is a terrifying concept. Yet God blessed Jacob when the wrestling match was over.

    The result? Jacob left with a wrenched hip.

    Also, God gave Jacob a new identity and a new name.

    Jacob became Israel, the father of God’s People. His sons went on to become the 12 tribes of Israel.

    In this sermon we learn why it’s important for us to wrestle with God.

  • May 14, 2023

    Series: Origins

    Speaker: Tim Nay

    Topic: Emotion , promises

    When God makes a promise we believe it, right?

    Except, it’s not quite that simple. What if God’s promise takes YEARS to come to fruition?

    God is a God of Covenant. And He always does what He says He will do. It may not be on our time. What do we do when we don’t trust God will actually follow through?

    What do we do with our emotions?

    Emotions are all from God. But sometimes our emotions can distract us from believing or trusting God at His Word.

    This story of Abraham and Sarah reminds us that God will do what He says, regardless of our emotions.

    This sermon is about emotions and God’s Promises.  

  • May 7, 2023

    Series: Origins

    Speaker: Mike Maglish

    Topic: Grace , Sin , The Flood

    In the book of Genesis the Bible tells us of a catastrophic event. The loss of life staggering to a degree we could never fully comprehend: This at the hand of God, Himself.

    The wrath of God is something we have to come face to face with.

    It’s a very real part of who He is. It’s also how we can understand His Goodness and Grace.

    Grace in the flood? How is this story about Grace?

    This sermon examines how God chose to save a remnant. And how through the remnant God ultimately saved all mankind. It’s part of our origin story, and it informs who we are as believers even to this day.

  • April 30, 2023

    Series: Origins

    Speaker: Stuart Boyd

    Topic: Heart , Jealousy

    Our hearts can deceive us above all else. It can lead us in directions we never wanted to go. In fact, our hearts can lead to sin crouching at our door.

    Cain and Able is a story of the first murder we find in Scripture. But it is, in fact, a story of so much more than that.

    It’s a story about sacrifices.

    It’s a story about parenting.

    It’s a story about jealousy.

    It’s a story about rivalry that never needed to be.

    In the end it’s a story of the human heart, and what happens when we take our eyes off of what’s really important.

  • April 23, 2023

    Series: Origins

    Speaker: Tim Nay

    Topic: contentment , Identity , Sin

    If the world was created to be good and perfect…then what in the world happened?! In this sermon, Pastor Tim explores the fall of mankind in Genesis 3 – the original sin. Join us as we dive in to the Word and look at how sin and death entered the world, how our need for a savior in Christ Jesus came to be, and other relevant topics to today’s culture such as unease with our bodies and how God created us male and female.

    Sermon from our livestream on April 23, 2023.

    Thank you for watching! God bless!

  • April 16, 2023

    Series: Origins

    Speaker: Tim Nay

    Topic: Creation

    Take a look at the beginning of the beginning! In this sermon, Pastor Tim explores the creation account in Genesis.

  • April 9, 2023

    You’ve been invited to have a seat at the King’s banquet. What do you do? Do you ignore the invitation or do you rejoice at this unexpected offer?

    In this Easter sermon, we take a close look at Jesus’ parable from Luke 14:12-24 titled the Great Banquet. Jesus tells this story of a man hosting a grand feast who sends invitations out to many. However, time and time again he is met with excuses of those too busy or too self-important to attend. The man sends out more invitations, even to those whom society would deem undesirable, in hopes of filling his banquet halls.

    So what does this mean for us? Find out in “The Invitation” and learn that you too have been given an invite by God.

  • April 2, 2023

    The Lord’s Supper.

    The Eucharist.


    Whatever we have grown to know it by, this is an important event in the life of a Christian.

    But why? What, exactly, is it?

    There’s something powerful about a dinner table.

    In this sermon we look at the Lord’s Supper. We examine what, exactly, Jesus said and did during the Lord’s Supper. Ultimately, we look at what the Lord’s Supper means to you and to me today.

  • March 26, 2023

    Speaker: Tim Nay

    Topic: Speech , Words

    Our words matter. In fact, the words we use have much greater significance than many of us could ever know. They can bring life, or they can tear people down.

    In this sermon we learn about the power of words.

    We have a choice – Find out how YOU can choose to use the right words. Find out how to say what you need to say, in a way that will glorify God. This isn’t always easy. And it does mean putting Scripture in to practice. But it can be done.

    Aren’t we glad when we choose to use the right words at the right time?