A Sovereign God and an Unsuspecting Servant

On Sunday, September 20, our Minister to Students, Jonathan Couch, delivered a message about his testimony and call to ministry in preparation for his ordination service.

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The Prophet in the Pit

Depression is common among everyone, even Christians. Elijah experienced a deep low after a literal mountain top high. See what that looked like and the solution he found in this sermon from 1 Kings 19.

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The Showdown on Mount Carmel

When crisis comes in our lives, the crisis doesn’t create character, but it does reveal it. From 1 Kings 18 we learn some lessons about living with God’s power.

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Elijah – Living a Surrendered Life

The difference between commitment and surrender is often the reason we fail to live the life that God has called us to. This sermon from Elijah’s life helps us see some of the steps he took to be fully surrendered to God.

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A Faithful Believer in an Unlikely Place

God often places us in places that we don’t expect for purposes we don’t understand. This sermon from 1 Kings 18 explores an example of that from the life of Obadiah and Elijah and how that applies to us today.

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Elijah – Man of Prayer

Prayer marked the life and ministry of Elijah. In this sermon, Pastor Tim breaks down some of the characteristics that made Elijah’s prayer life so strong.

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When School Gets Out and Life Rolls In

God often works through confusing and difficult circumstances to accomplish His purposes in our lives. This sermon from 1 Kings 17:17-24 helps us have perspective when things aren’t going our way.

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Elijah’s Grad School Exam

Sometimes the places God puts us aren’t exactly what we expected them to be. In this sermon from 1 Kings 17:8-16, Pastor Tim shows us four tests that Elijah had to pass as God continued preparing him for ministry.

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The Example of Elijah

In this second sermon from our series on Elijah, Pastor Tim goes deeper into the life of Elijah and how he serves as an example for our faith.

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Dry Brook University: Learning that God Cares

In this first sermon on the life and ministry of Elijah, Pastor Tim examines 1 Kings 17 and shows how Elijah’s experience drew him closer to God and prepared him for his future ministry.

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Our Most Important Book

The Bible is the most important and influential book ever written, yet many Christians only read it occasionally. Pastor Tim preaches from 2 Timothy 3:14-16 to help us see how critical the Scripture is in our lives.

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Giving the Gift of Encouragement

Using the example of Barnabas in Acts 4, Pastor Tim helps us see the importance of encouragement and how we can better encourage those around us.

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Showing The World We Belong To Jesus

There are many ways that Christians try to show the world that we follow Jesus. However, Jesus teaches us that there is one way that rises above all the others.

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Kissing the King

When the world seems to be out of control, there are some important things Christians should keep in mind. In this sermon from Psalm 2, Pastor Tim gives us some perspective on the world around us.

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Navigating the Cultural Chaos

In this message from Hebrews 13, Pastor Tim helps Christians understand how we can live in a way that points people to Jesus.

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Reach Them Now: Zimbabwe Team Report June 2015

Members of a recent mission team to Zimbabwe report about what God did during their time with the Ndau.

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Prayer: A First Priority

David Andersen of the Capitol Commission preaches on the importance of Christians praying for our leaders and for each other.

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Courageous Men

In this Father’s Day sermon, Pastor Tim uses the example of Peter and John from Acts 4 to help us all become more courageous.

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A Dead Girl and a Sick Woman

In this sermon from our Associate Pastor, Gary Long, we examine Mark 5:22-43 and see how Jesus cares about us in our sickness and difficulty.

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Christ in You: the Hope of Glory

Guest speaker Joe Greene preaches from Colossians 1:27.

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Sunday Services

Our Normal Schedule is:


9:30am - Life Groups for all ages
10:45am - Morning Worship Service

5:15pm - Children's Choirs, Youth Choir,
                 and Adult Life Groups
6:30pm - Evening Worship Service