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Speaker: Mike Maglish

  • June 4, 2023

    Series: Misquoted

    Speaker: Mike Maglish

    Topic: Good , promises

    We like to quote scriptures from the Bible – especially when they are encouraging and help to life our spirits when life is difficult.

    One of the most quoted passages is Romans 8:28. In this verse there is a clear promise of “all things working together for good”.

    We often think this is talking about our current situation being wrapped up nicely and neatly in a bow.

    But what if that’s not what this is about?

    And what if this promise is only for certain people?

    And what if this promise is even better than we thought?

    This sermon from Romans 8:28 examines what the promise of good means to the Apostle Paul and why he uses this language.

  • May 28, 2023

    Series: Misquoted

    Philippians 4:13 is one of the most exciting quoted, yet most misunderstood passages in all the Bible. 

    Popular among athletes, this verse has motivated many people to achieve great things.

    What if this verse isn’t about achievement at all?

    What if this verse is so much deeper than that? It all comes down to what the words “All things” means.

    Can we really do ALL THINGS through Christ?

    We can, but only if we know the secret.

    In this passage, we learn ALL THINGS is the SECRET and how we can achieve it.

  • 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 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 19, 2023

    Speaker: Mike Maglish

    Topic: Parenting

    Parenting is hard.

    In fact, there is no such thing as a perfect parent. Outside of God, Himself, of course!

    On top of that, we all have different parenting styles. Some may be better than others, but no one style is the “right” style.

    So, how do we know we’re parenting correctly? How do we know we have done the best job once they become an adult?

    Thankfully, the Word of God teaches us about priority. It teaches us what’s most important in parenting.

    We may not be able to get everything right, but what if we could get the most important things right when it comes to parenting?

    In this sermon we learn that goal – And God’s Word teaches us how to get there!

  • March 12, 2023

    Speaker: Mike Maglish

    Topic: marriage

    Marriage is a lot of things. But if we think Marriage is what we do to solve our problems, we have a rude awakening coming our way.

    The truth is marriage can be very hard. In fact, if you want to know just how flawed you are, get married!

    Thankfully, the Bible teaches us a lot about marriage. Some very surprising things, too.

    What if I told you, if you are a believer, you are already married? Like, even if you don’t have a spouse?

    This sermon gives a biblical approach on marriage. Specifically, what it truly takes to make sure your marriage is what God intended it to be.

  • February 19, 2023

    Speaker: Mike Maglish

    Topic: Belief , Worldview

    When we look at the world through a Biblical Worldview, it changes our outlook.

    How should the Bible help shape the way we see the world? What kind of purpose should we have? No matter what we believe, we all must come to terms with 4 big questions that inform our worldview.

    In this sermon find out what those questions are, and what the Bible teaches us about each one of these questions.

    The bottom line: When we truly have a Biblical Worldview, it informs the way we perceive the world and everything in it. And it informs how we live our day to day life.

  • February 13, 2023

    The Bible CAN be interpreted well.

    But it means we need to acknowledge our presuppositions and beliefs that may impact the way we read Scripture.

    The Bible is a book from God, for us. But it wasn’t written TO us. It was written to an original audience.

    In this sermon we learn solid biblical interpretation skill that will help us correctly interpret (rightly divide) Scripture.