We preach in hopes that you will learn and live more fully for the glory of God.


"Jesus is our source of peace, our Savior, and our Shepherd. We should be praying for Him to equip us"

For a church to be all that God intended, its people must learn to be obedient to the commands God has made for it. The book of Hebrews has several of these commands—mandates about how we should treat one another. The book emphasizes the urgency of immediate obedience by calling us to act "today." This is a series of sermons on the church in Hebrews.


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In 1 Corinthians 11:17 Paul says to the church in Corinth that some of their church meetings are doing “more harm than good.” This is a pretty harsh statement and one that seems contrary to are thinking about church – that going is always better than not going. So, what could make a church meeting do more harm than good? The answer, taking Communion in an unworthy manner. What does it mean to take Communion in an unworthy manner? Listen to this sermon to find out; you will probably be surprised by what you hear.
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When sin entered into the world, death came with it. When death entered into the world people started focusing on making their lives on earth as good as possible. This continues in the world today. People make their decisions based on few years of life they have been given. In this sermon we see that Jesus’ resurrection conquered death and made eternal life possible. This should change people’s perspective on time and altar the decisions people make in the present.
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A Palm Sunday Sermon on Matthew 21:1-11 that teaches how Jesus did not see a distinction between Palm Sunday, Good Friday, and Easter. He was the Coming King who set things right and offered salvation when He entered Jerusalem, when He died on a cross, and when He rose from the dead.
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The Jesus Experiment is an invitation for people to become like Jesus in their feelings, thoughts, words and deeds. Each week they’ll focus on a different aspect of Jesus’ life, including how he faced his fears, how he talked with God, how he overcame evil, how he helped the vulnerable and others. We will begin to discover through our sermons and the book of the same name, how Jesus felt, thought, spoke and acted in specific situations. During the week as they face a similar situation, people will examine their own feelings, thoughts, words and deeds and compare them to Christ’s. Next, people will ask God to conform them into the likeness of Jesus. This isn’t just a sermon series, it is a concentrated effort to become more like Jesus.
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One of the most consistently asked questions of people doubting God is, “How can God allow bad things to happen to good people?” In this sermon, guest speaker Travis Hilley, preaching on Psalm 73, teaches that doubt of God is normal – especially in the face of bad things. Travis, while sharing personal moments of doubt, also teaches that this doubt can be overcome by putting second things second, first things first, and remembering that idols will always fail us.
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The topic of aging is misunderstood. Most people mistakenly believe that aging is synonymous with getting old – purely physiological in nature. However, aging is a spiritual topic. In this series, Chad teaches on the topic of aging. Through this series listeners will learn what aging is, why it is hard, and how to do it well at every age.
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This is a study of the birth of Jesus, the Christmas story, through the voices of a group that is particularly special to the story – the angels. Many know that the angels proclaimed the birth of Jesus, but few remember the what they proclaimed about his birth. In this study we are reminded of why the birth of Jesus was so significant. In being so reminded, our minds and hearts are drawn back to the only real reason to celebrate Christmas – the birth of Jesus.
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Opinions are everywhere. In a world full of internet bloggers it is difficult to determine what is true and what is not. As Chad Harms preaches through the book of 2 Peter in the series “Vision” we begin to see ways that we can determine truth (Pete calls it “knowledge”) in a world that makes it difficult. Peter refers to these knowledge determiners in terms of eyesight or vision. This sermon series helps us discover knowledge in a dimly lit world.
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Communion, also known as The Lord’s Supper, is often celebrated. Despite this, it seems that many people have a very limited understanding of what it is and why they do it. This sermons is about the multi-faceted meanings of The Lord’s Supper.
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Have you ever wished you could experience God? Maybe you were facing a difficult decision and you desperately desired an answer from the all-knowing. Perhaps you had experienced a great tragedy and you longed for the loving embrace of the one who is love. Or maybe, you simply felt in your spirit that something was missing and you thought that God’s nearness could fill the void. For those of you who have ever wished to see, feel, or hear from God, but have been left wanting, this series is for you. This year we commemorate the week traditionally called Epiphany by examining the biblical concept of seeking an appearance or manifestation of God. What we will see is that God’s presence is best found when waiting for him.