SERMONS

 
 
AUDIO SERMONS

May 9, 2021
Virtue in the Face of Death
Series: Ars Moriendi
As we are formed by Jesus, the virtues needed to face death well are formed in us.
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  • May 9, 2021Virtue in the Face of Death
    May 9, 2021
    Virtue in the Face of Death
    Series: Ars Moriendi
    As we are formed by Jesus, the virtues needed to face death well are formed in us.
  • May 2, 2021Learning How to Die
    May 2, 2021
    Learning How to Die
    Series: Ars Moriendi
    We face death with assurance and hope when we set our eyes on the cross of Jesus Christ.
  • Apr 25, 2021Live Like You Were Dying
    Apr 25, 2021
    Live Like You Were Dying
    Series: Ars Moriendi
    In the face of death we are able to have faith and live faithfully because of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
  • Apr 18, 2021Everybody Wants To Go To Heaven
    Apr 18, 2021
    Everybody Wants To Go To Heaven
    Series: Ars Moriendi
    Because of Jesus Christ, when we embrace the finality and the eternity of death, we are set free to fully live.
They say that there are only two constants in life: death and taxes, and most of us don’t like thinking or talking about either one. In fact, we pretty much do most everything we can to avoid the subject of death as much as possible, which is perhaps somewhat ironic given the wisdom expressed by that great theologian, Jim Morrison, who famously crooned, “No one here gets out alive.” Death is the one thing in life that can not be avoided, but most of us spend our lives trying to do that very thing. As we work through this series, we will see that because of Christ, the Christian not only does not need to fear death, but is able to truly live in light of our death.

Apr 11, 2021
A Great Return (Jeremiah 3:12-14)
Series: Reset
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  • Apr 11, 2021A Great Return (Jeremiah 3:12-14)
    Apr 11, 2021
    A Great Return (Jeremiah 3:12-14)
    Series: Reset
  • Apr 4, 2021The Ultimate Reset (Mark 16:1-8)
    Apr 4, 2021
    The Ultimate Reset (Mark 16:1-8)
    Series: Reset
    When we embrace the Truth of the Resurrection, we find life and purpose.
  • Mar 28, 2021Resetting Expectations (Mark 11:1-9; 15:1-20)
    Mar 28, 2021
    Resetting Expectations (Mark 11:1-9; 15:1-20)
    Series: Reset
    As we move from the tragedy of Palm Sunday to the triumph of Good Friday, we find our expectations of our King being flipped upside down.
  • Mar 21, 2021Resetting Offerings (Mark 14:1-11)
    Mar 21, 2021
    Resetting Offerings (Mark 14:1-11)
    Series: Reset
    When the Holy Spirit tweaks our nerves, we are invited to examine the depth of our commitment to Him.
  • Mar 14, 2021Resetting The End (Mark 13)
    Mar 14, 2021
    Resetting The End (Mark 13)
    Series: Reset
    Whether it’s the end of the world, or the end of the world as we know it, we can embrace the future with confidence by being prepared, being alert, and trusting Jesus.
  • Mar 7, 2021Resetting Love (Mark 12:28-34)
    Mar 7, 2021
    Resetting Love (Mark 12:28-34)
    Series: Reset
    We bring the Kingdom of God to earth when we Love God and Love Others.
  • Feb 28, 2021Resetting Church (Mark 11:12-25)
    Feb 28, 2021
    Resetting Church (Mark 11:12-25)
    Series: Reset
    When we remember why the church exists, we become the conduit of God’s presence and power to the world.
  • Feb 21, 2021Resetting Good (Mark 10:13-31)
    Feb 21, 2021
    Resetting Good (Mark 10:13-31)
    Series: Reset
    When we let go of our efforts to “be good,” we are set free to follow Jesus in three new ways.
  • Feb 14, 2021Resetting Jesus (Mark 9:2-13)
    Feb 14, 2021
    Resetting Jesus (Mark 9:2-13)
    Series: Reset
    In the glory of Christ, we find the only salvation that is sure, the only love that is eternal, and the only hope that is certain.
  • Feb 7, 2021Resetting Discipleship (Mark 8:27-38)
    Feb 7, 2021
    Resetting Discipleship (Mark 8:27-38)
    Series: Reset
    Being a disciple of Jesus means following wherever He leads... even if we don’t like it or understand it.
Occasionally, over time, we may find that our phones or computers just start acting weird and problems start popping up. Often, we can fix that by simply restarting the device. Every once in a while, though, things get gunked up badly enough that we need to do a complete reset of the device. restore it to factory settings, and start over. Sometimes, we find the same thing to be true with our understanding of what it means to be the church, to be a Christian. Where we’ve had indications for the past several decades that this might be the case, our experiences with the pandemic and social upheaval over the past year has put these changes into overdrive. We need to ‘reset’ and get back to the basics of following Jesus. To that end, we’ll spend this series working through the Gospel of Mark.