The resurrection of Jesus Christ is the single most important event in human history. In this Easter sermon, Pastor Tim shows us three aspects of Jesus as Savior from 1 Corinthians 15:3-8.
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As we look toward the crucifixion of Jesus, it’s important to understand the purpose of Jesus’ death.
The scene of the crucifixion of Jesus gives a glimpse into a great truth about salvation.
Guest speaker Pastor Jeff Noble delivers a powerful message from Matthew 13:44.
The words of people at the Cross say a lot about how they viewed Jesus. What can we learn from these famous last words recorded in Mark 15?
Using 2 Corinthians 5:21 as a springboard, Pastor Tim shows us three important aspects of Jesus we see through the events of the Cross.
In this first message from “Lessons from the Cross”, Pastor Tim examines Peter’s denial of Jesus and shows us how to avoid denying Jesus today.
Forgiveness is something we’re often quick to receive from God but reluctant to give to others. In this sermon from Mathew 18:21-35, Pastor Tim shows us some characters of true forgiveness.
Our relationship with Jesus is meant to be enjoyed! Pastor Tim preaches from 1 Peter 1:3-8 to help us discover joy in our walk with God.
Pastor Tim wraps up our Jonah series with some lessons from how Jonah finishes his experience and some lessons we can take away.
Knowing and doing the will of God require us to make some tough decisions. Pastor Tim gives us five questions to ask to evaluate things in our lives to see if they line up with the will of God.
In this third sermon from our Jonah series, Pastor Tim shows us the results of obedience to the revealed will of God in our lives.
If you want to know the will of God, there are some requirements you need to follow. Listen along with Pastor Tim as he takes us through Psalm 25 and talks about being in the center of God’s will.
Pastor Tim looks at Jonah 2 to help us understand lessons from Jonah’s experience with the big fish.
Some aspects of God’s will are plainly laid out in Scripture. In this sermon, Pastor Tim examines some of them and gives us some practical help in staying in God’s will.
In this first message from the book of Jonah, Pastor Tim talks about ways that we can get ourselves out of the will of God.
Finding and doing the will of God can be tough. In this introductory message, Pastor Tim demystifies the concept of God’s will some and gives us practical advice to help us navigate this topic.
The gift of eternal life is the best gift that’s ever offered, but many people reject it. Pastor Tim shows us how the love of God motivates him to offer the gift of eternal life and how we can take advantage of it.
From John 11, Pastor Tim examines the life of Martha and exposes three common hindrances to our faith.
Romans 8:28 is arguably the most comforting verse in all the Bible. Listen as Pastor Tim applies this verse to the suffering we experience in our lives.