Feb 24, 2019
Do I Want a Supernatural Church? (Sermon 2/24/19)
It is easy to build a church. Charismatic leader- check. Amazing music- check. Good coffee and food- check. State of the art facility- check. Encouraging words- all set. Great marketing- check. When all is said and done, we can build an amazing church- but is it supernatural?
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  • Feb 24, 2019Do I Want a Supernatural Church? (Sermon 2/24/19)
    Feb 24, 2019
    Do I Want a Supernatural Church? (Sermon 2/24/19)
    It is easy to build a church. Charismatic leader- check. Amazing music- check. Good coffee and food- check. State of the art facility- check. Encouraging words- all set. Great marketing- check. When all is said and done, we can build an amazing church- but is it supernatural?
  • Feb 17, 2019Forget God’s Will (Sermon 2/17/19)
    Feb 17, 2019
    Forget God’s Will (Sermon 2/17/19)
    “If I only knew God’s will for my life I would do it.” “I wish God would show me what to do.” There are very few people in history who have ever known all of God’s will for their lives from beginning to end. If we are honest, it’s easy to say we will follow God someday instead of today.
  • Feb 3, 2019What’s In It For Me? (Sermon 2/3/19)
    Feb 3, 2019
    What’s In It For Me? (Sermon 2/3/19)
    We talk a lot about what we love. “I love my spouse, my kids, my family.” “I love sports.” “I love pizza.” How much do we talk about how much we love the church?
  • Jan 27, 2019Afraid of Answering the Door (Sermon 1/27/19)
    Jan 27, 2019
    Afraid of Answering the Door (Sermon 1/27/19)
    Fear can motivate us, paralyze us and even cripple us in our lives. We all have some fear of something(s). Two questions:
    1. Are you afraid of what other people think of you?
    2. Are you afraid of following Jesus?
  • Jan 13, 2019I’ve Got Jesus, I’m All Set (Sermon 1/13/19)
    Jan 13, 2019
    I’ve Got Jesus, I’m All Set (Sermon 1/13/19)
    The Holy Spirit for many is the least understood, and the most underappreciated person of the Trinity. Many are more comfortable saying they want “Jesus with them,” but shy away from acknowledging the Holy Spirit as part of their lives.