Sermon Archive (Page 2)

Sermon Archive (Page 2)

Grace Is In Style

When we are loved as we are, we are free to change. Knowing we are unconditionally accepted, we are free to shed the unhealthy behaviors we’ve adapted to cover up rejection and lack of acceptance.

The Alternative to Outrage

Have you ever felt like someone was looking down on you, judging you, condemning you for your conviction or perspective? In grace, we give others the freedom to hold to convictions that are unlike our own and accept them in spite of that difference.

Grace Changes Me

Grace is a place God has invited us. When you’ve experienced God’s grace you get a completely different perspective.

The King’s Table

Many Christians never understand the grace they have received. How does a seat at the King’s table impact your life?

Pay Day

It’s tempting to think we earn our rewards with God. But Jesus reminds us that it is all grace.

Sabbath

How can you practice Sabbath-keeping today? Let the fear go. The fear of self-centeredness, self-control, and self-power. Put it aside and rest in the joy of God today.

Need It & Don't Want It

Humility is the ability to be honest about ourselves. Being sober minded about who YOU are. Speaking with accurate judgement and being realistic. Humility is not about pride.

The God Who Celebrates

The celebration of God is a decision we make in advance of our circumsamces. No matter what, celebrate God because of his unchanging character, not your circumstances.

More & Less

As we grow into another year, we refuse to buy into the narrative of the world. We want to become greater. Take this week to join us in praying John 3:30 daily. He must increase, I must decrease.

Relinquish

Some of us have a good mapped out plan we follow, but is there a “God plan” you’ve been ignoring? What would it look like to relinquish your plan?

When Plans Change

No-one likes interruptions. Interruptions can sometimes produce disappointment. But what if God is detouring your timeline for something better to come? How many opportunities are we missing when we look at interruptions as an obstacle?