May 24, 2020
God-Breathed and Useful
What does it mean when the Bible says it is "God-breathed and useful"?
  • May 24, 2020God-Breathed and Useful
    May 24, 2020
    God-Breathed and Useful
    What does it mean when the Bible says it is "God-breathed and useful"?
  • May 17, 2020Defining Hell
    May 17, 2020
    Defining Hell
    As we gain a clearer understanding of the reality of Hell, we also gain a clearer picture of the splendor of Heaven.
  • May 10, 2020How to Overhaul Your Priorities
    May 10, 2020
    How to Overhaul Your Priorities
    When we align our priorities with God’s, we find the blessings and life He intends for us.
  • May 3, 2020When The End Is(n’t) In Sight
    May 3, 2020
    When The End Is(n’t) In Sight
    Whether the end is in sight or not, we can take hope in and trust God.
  • Apr 26, 2020Holy Lament
    Apr 26, 2020
    Holy Lament
    In the holiness of lament, we find the God of all comfort and a love that overflows.
  • Apr 19, 2020Gödel, The Bible, and God
    Apr 19, 2020
    Gödel, The Bible, and God
  • Apr 12, 2020The Plot
    Apr 12, 2020
    The Plot
    In spite of how things might look, through Christ’s death and resurrection God has won the final victory.
  • Apr 5, 2020What’s In A Prayer
    Apr 5, 2020
    What’s In A Prayer
  • Mar 29, 2020God Saves
    Mar 29, 2020
    God Saves
    No matter the circumstance or situation, when we turn to him, God saves.
  • Mar 22, 2020A Spiritual Heart-Check
    Mar 22, 2020
    A Spiritual Heart-Check

    A spiritually healthy heart is one that is worshipful, repentant, trusting and humble.

The legend of the phoenix is a fascinating one.  At the end of its life-cycle, it bursts into flames, reducing the once-glorious bird to ash. But out of those ashes is born a brand-new phoenix.  The resurrecting imagery of the bird is one that has been embraced by the church since the early church father, Clement of Alexandria.  There is even a possible  reference to the phoenix in Job 29:18, which the NRSV translates as, “Then I thought, ‘I shall die in my nest, and I shall multiply my days like the phoenix.”
During the seasons of Lent and Easter, we are going to follow the Path of the Phoenix, from the ashes of Ash Wednesday to the flames of Pentecost, by reading through the entire Bible in those 90 days (you can learn more about B90 here).  The sermons each Sunday during this series will come out of our reading from the previous week. Whether you are reading every page of the Bible as part of B90, or follow along with the sermons each week, we’re glad you’re joining us on this journey.

Feb 23, 2020
When we hear Jesus’ voice and open the door, we are invited to move past a tepid, lukewarm faith.
  • Feb 23, 2020Lukewarm
    Feb 23, 2020
    When we hear Jesus’ voice and open the door, we are invited to move past a tepid, lukewarm faith.
  • Feb 16, 2020Pillars
    Feb 16, 2020
    In shaky and uncertain times, listening for the voice of Jesus will provide the surety we need.
  • Feb 9, 2020The Walking Dead
    Feb 9, 2020
    The Walking Dead
    When we ‘wake up’ and embrace the living Spirit of God, we will share in Christ’s victory, vibrancy and voice.
  • Feb 2, 2020If It Makes You Happy
    Feb 2, 2020
    If It Makes You Happy
    When we listen to and hold fast to the words of Christ, we find a joy and fulfillment far deeper than mere happiness.
  • Jan 26, 2020The ‘Little’ Things
    Jan 26, 2020
    The ‘Little’ Things
    When we attend to Jesus in the big and “little” things of life, we find our needs being met in ways we never dreamed.
  • Jan 19, 2020‘Til Death Do We Believe
    Jan 19, 2020
    ‘Til Death Do We Believe
    Our ability to hear what Jesus is saying is directly related to our willingness to follow where he is leading.
  • Jan 12, 2020First Love First
    Jan 12, 2020
    First Love First
    We are able to listen attentively to Jesus when we remember the love we first had.
  • Jan 5, 2020Is Anyone Listening?
    Jan 5, 2020
    Is Anyone Listening?
    We are able to hear Jesus more clearly when we see Him as He truly is.
I think if I were to ask you if God is still speaking to us today, most all of us would probably say, “yes.” At the very least, we would all agree that at least theoretically God is still speaking to us today. But if I were to ask you what he’s saying, would you have an answer? Once we move out of the theoretical, it gets a little trickier. So the question isn’t really, is God still speaking, but rather, “Are we listening to what God is saying?” Over the course of this series, we are going to look at what Jesus had to say to the seven churches in Revelation 2 & 3 to help us “tune in” to what God is saying to the church, and to us, today.