Sunday, January 19, 2020
For all those who follow Christ and live his mission to share the gospel, we will face heartache. There will be rejection and often it will come from among those you considered your friends, your co-laborers. Why does this happen and how do we stand strong when we feel betrayed? Todays message tells a story of John Mark and how he left his friends high and dry on the shores of Perga.
Sunday, January 12, 2020
We are studying the first missionary journey of Paul & Barnabas, learning from their faith and their works. In this sermon we find they have just arrived at Cyprus when their preaching is soon met with enemy resistance. What do we do when our gospel voice is met with voices of dissent? What does it mean to stand against the “wiles of the devil” when discouragement is often our natural response?
Sunday, January 05, 2020
In this sermon we continue looking at the beginning of the greatest missions movement the world has ever seen. We walk through how two men were separated for a unique work and how they dealt with resistance from the enemy. We also hear from Andrew Ong about how God worked in his life to separate him for the work of the pastorate and how God is in the process of sending him and his family abroad.
Sunday, December 22, 2019
In this sermon we see the beginning of the greatest missions movement the world has ever seen. It begins with one church, a small group of leaders and two men called by the Holy Spirit. We learn in this message what it means to be a missions minded church as well as an individual prepared for God’s calling. The most exciting part of Acts begins with this message.
Sunday, December 15, 2019
In this sermon we summarize our study in Acts up to this point. The goal of this message is to rediscover all the things we must know about our Christian purpose: PRAY, PREPARE, GIVE, GO - - reminding ourselves of exactly what it means for the college and young adult ministry to live in that example.
Sunday, August 25, 2019
As we close out the twelfth chapter of Acts, we receive several quick stories about the dangers of impeding the glory and power of God. It is common, either in pride or in our good intention, to live life in a way that inhibits God receiving the glory that’s due him. As believers we ought not be a distraction in any way to the value of God and his worship.
Sunday, August 18, 2019
Many of us have a false narrative in our minds about what it means to be the child of God. Being a Christian does not guarantee us an easy life, in facts it’s a warrant for suffering. In Acts 12 we find the apostle James murdered and we see Peter delivered from a prison cell. How does God deliver? Who does God deliver? Why does God deliver? How can we learn to trust him regardless?
Sunday, August 04, 2019
Part 2 of “The Model Church” further explores the qualities of the church of Antioch. What made them such a fruitful church? How can we as a church and ministry owning our faith and development the same way they did?
Sunday, July 21, 2019
As we conclude our study of Peter and Cornelius, we discover several more principles dealing with the character of a gospel messenger. We also gain some key doctrinal insight on how God presents salvation moving forward in scripture.
Sunday, July 07, 2019
Peter has come to Cornelius and a crowd of Greeks who are anxiously awaiting a spiritual word. Peter shares the heart of God concerning humanity and presents the gospel in a powerful way. In this passage we learn many different principles as well as celebrate the simplicity of the gospel message.