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Speaker: Tim Nay

  • December 4, 2022

    Series: God With Us

    Speaker: Tim Nay

    Life is filled with hills and valleys. A Valley, by definition, is the low point between two hills.

    When life is difficult – it can be hard to see God with us in the valley moments. Mary and Joseph knew something about Valleys.

    In fact, could you imagine the valley moment of the first Christmas? Mary, engaged to Joseph, finds out she’s pregnant. And when Joseph finds out, he’s ready to divorce her. What a mess! Definitely a valley moment. In this sermon – Find out why we experience Valleys, what may be causing them, and the importance of God With Us during our Valley moments.

  • November 20, 2022

    Series: Go & Tell

    Speaker: Tim Nay

    This sermon from John 17-18 reminds us that we are in a spiritual battle.

    Find out about the schemes of the Evil One and what we need to do to fight against His lies. 

    When we are awake and aware we can be ready, just as Scripture teaches us.  

  • November 13, 2022

    Series: Go & Tell

    Speaker: Tim Nay

    Topic: Prayer , Unity , Values

    In John 16 we find the prayer of Jesus before He is arrested and put on a cross.

    What we pray about tells us what’s important to us.

    What do you find yourself praying about? What did Jesus pray about in his John 16 prayer?

    Find out what’s important to Jesus in this sermon by examining what Jesus prayed about.  

  • October 23, 2022

    Series: Go & Tell

    Speaker: Tim Nay

    Topic: Servant

    Jesus washed his disciples feet.

    The lowliest of jobs, not for a King. And his disciples knew it. Just see Peter’s reaction!

    After all, what would you do if you saw your Teacher, your Master, the Messiah… being disrespected by doing the job of a slave?

    Jesus taught us how to love our neighbor by serving. 

  • October 16, 2022

    Series: Go & Tell

    Speaker: Tim Nay

    “Jesus Wept”

    In this sermon we find why these words matter. When we lose a loved one it hurts. In fact, it’s hard to imagine experiencing a greater feeling of loss or pain. If Jesus really loves us, why do we have to experience a pain like this? Then we read these words… “Jesus wept.”

    Mary and Martha wondered if Jesus really loved them (and Lazarus). After all, when Jesus heard Lazarus was sick and instead of going straight to Lazarus, he waited 2 more days. In that time, Lazarus had already died. He had been buried in the tomb for 4 days. Did Jesus even care? “Jesus wept.”

    His weeping gives us an insight in to the nature and character of God. Jesus wasn’t weeping because he was powerless to do anything. He wept because Mary and Martha were so deeply troubled.

    What we find next in this story is a proclamation of the power of Jesus. It is evident Mary and Martha knew Jesus could have prevented Lazarus from dying. But, Jesus wanted them know a truth about Him that was far greater. He is the Resurrection and the Life! Jesus rose Lazarus from the dead!

    In this sermon from John 11 we find how we should respond in death. When others die and when we face death’s door. Compassion first… just like Jesus.

  • September 18, 2022

    Series: Go & Tell

    Speaker: Tim Nay

    Topic: Hope , legalism

    The most famous passage in all of Scripture is couched in a conversation Jesus has with a Religious man named Nicodemus. Nicodemus was a Pharisee who was taught how to, “get it all just right.” What Jesus told him has the power to bring hope to an exhausted, religious Christian who just wants to know they’re enough.

    “For God so loved the world!” is a statement about God’s goodness.

    In this sermon we see how Jesus teaches us to live by the Spirit. It’s not about our works. Our works is an overflow of the life-giving Spirit inside us.

  • September 11, 2022

    Series: Go & Tell

    Speaker: Tim Nay

    Topic: Evangelism

    In this sermon from John 1 we find out practical tools on how we can help other people find Jesus.

    The Apostle John was beloved by Jesus. He wrote the Gospel of John “so that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” (John 20:31)

    What we learn from John chapter 1 will give us better eyes to see, better ears to hear, and better action to take when sharing Christ with others. So that we may GO & TELL the world the Gospel of Christ.

  • September 4, 2022

    Speaker: Tim Nay

    Topic: Church

    The “Big C” church is much bigger than any of us realize.

    In this sermon from 1 Corinthians 16 we learn about Paul’s heart for effective ministry among all the churches.

    If you ever thought “your church” is more important than other people’s churches, this sermon will help you get a bigger, more global, picture of Kingdom.

    Kingdom Culture is all about WE being greater than ME.

  • August 14, 2022

    Speaker: Tim Nay

    Many people have no idea what their spiritual gifts are. Others are pretty confident in read more…