Sermons

Online Fellowship Series

March 16, 2020: How God Keeps Us Safe from Disease – CLICK TO WATCH

March 17, 2020: Love Your Neighbor – CLICK TO WATCH

March 18, 2020: Fear – CLICK TO WATCH

March 19, 2020: Called to Serve – CLICK TO WATCH

March 20, 2020: Lack of Control – CLICK TO WATCH

SERMON: March 22nd – Matthew 27:45-49 – “My God, My God, Why Have You Forsaken Me?” – CLICK TO WATCH

March 23, 2020: Blame and Grace – CLICK TO WATCH

March 24, 2020: Praying the Scripture – CLICK TO WATCH

March 25, 2020: Putting Things in Perspective – CLICK TO WATCH

March 26, 2020: What Do We Owe to Each Other – CLICK TO WATCH

March 27, 2020: God is Forever – CLICK TO WATCH

SERMON: March 29th – John 19:28-29 – “I Thirst” – CLICK TO WATCH

Current Sermon Series - Final Words from the Cross

Crucifixion was one of the most tortuous forms of death under the Roman government. Most people died of a combination of exhaustion and asphyxiation. Therefore, speaking while on the cross was in credibly taxing and painful. Because of that, Jesus’ last words mean more to us than any other. These were the words he deemed important and powerful enough to say during his final hours. During Lent, we will use Adam Hamilton’s book Final Words from the Cross to look at the deeper meaning behind each of these phrases and what those words mean for our lives today. I encourage you to read the book along with the sermons during Lent.

March 1st – Luke 23:32-38 – “Father, Forgive Them”

March 8th – Luke 23:39-43 – “Today You Will Be With Me in Paradise”

March 15th – John 19:25b-27 – “Behold Your Son…Behold Your Mother”

March 22nd – Matthew 27:45-49 – “My God, My God, Why Have You Forsaken Me?” – CLICK TO WATCH

March 29th – John 19:28-29 – “I Thirst” – CLICK TO WATCH

April 5th – John 19:30a; Luke 23:44-46 – “Into Your Hands I Commit My Spirit”