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.
Pastor Brian reflects on God's intent for all of us to be made into a beautiful work of art by God
Pastor Brian describes the counter-intuitive approach to power in the Christian's life and how strength comes through weakness
Pastor Brian reflects on how the people of God have the hope of the Gospel to offer a desperate world
Father James discusses how there are many things that happen in our world that make no sense and how it is in these inexplicable trials that faith is displayed and built
Ron discusses how most of the time, seeing the Kingdom extend through sharing the Gospel with people of peace is a work that takes a lot of time
Pastor Brian tackles the question of how a powerful, loving God could allow evil as he speaks on Genesis 3
Pastor Brian preaches on 2 Corinthians 4:7-15
Pastor Brian talks about common questions regarding the doctrine of the Trinity and why the doctrine matters on Trinity Sunday
Pastor Brian reflects on how Jesus' relationship with the Holy Spirit is what set apart his ministry and what disciples must imitate.
Pastor Brian leads us in reflecting on what the life of faith looks like and how it distinguishes Jesus' disciples from others in the world.
Pastor Brian preaches on how the nature of God is love and how love is the call of the disciple
Father James discusses the right response to God's faithfulness to us
On Good Shepherd Sunday, Father James challenges us to learn to hear our Lord's voice.