Pastor Brian asks us to take one step closer in discipleship by recognizing that everything we have comes from God, which should enable us to give freely of our resources and time.
Pastor Brian encourages us to take one step closer in discipleship by giving up our earthly treasures for the heavenly treasures we have in Christ.
Pastor Brian reminds us that Jesus came to save and rescue us from sin and bondage and that we can turn to him at any time to deliver us.
Pastor Brian exhorts us to follow Jesus’ example of drawing people into the family of God through service.
Pastor Brian walks us through Psalm 13 as a blueprint for what it looks like to come to God in the midst of the trials that we face.
Pastor Brian uses David’s confession and petition in Psalm 51 as a template for what it looks like for us to repent of our sin and come to God with a heart that desires truth.
Pastor Brian shows from Psalm 132 that while David wanted to build a house for the Lord, the Lord instead built a dynasty for David, ultimately fulfilling his promise of a son of David who would rule forever in the person of Jesus.
Pastor Brian encourages us to remember who God is and what he has done so that we can praise him with all that we are.
Pastor Brian teaches from Psalm 34 and encourages us to remember the ways in which God has delivered us and to magnify him in all that we do.
Pastor Brian begins this eight week series looking through some of the psalms of David by walking through the promises found in Psalm 139 that God desires deep intimacy with his people.
Pastor Brian explains how each of the pieces of the armor of God help us to stand against the attacks of the devil.
Pastor Brian calls for the whole Church, not just the clergy, to use the gifts that Jesus has given them to love and serve the world.
Pastor Brian encourages us to rely on God in the midst of hardships and to view those difficult times as God’s means to form us into faithful disciples of Jesus.
Fr. James encourages us to recognize and embrace God's presence as all we need to face the challenges and fears we encounter.
In this week's sermon, Jason Lyon unpacks the way the Gospel is meant to impact our relationships with one another from Ephesians 2:11-22.