If We Take Up Our Swords
Various Texts | 1/08/2017 | Pastor Thomas Gold
Summary: What might God do in and through me in 2017 if I seek Him wholeheartedly? What miracles might occur in and through my life? What Jesus-reflecting impact could bless others? This sermon applies our series theme to the habit of digging into God's Word, and dares us to embrace the radical ability of the Bible.
If We Make the Best Use of God's Gifts
Various Texts | 1/29/2017 | Pastor Thomas Gold
Summary: Do you live in competition with God by living with a "Mine!" mentality about your life and possessions? Or do you live with the Gospel-transformed mentality of a steward: "All that I am and have is Yours, Lord!"
If We Fall On Our Knees
Various Texts | 1/15/2017 | Pastor Thomas Gold
Summary: Believers have access to God's heart and God's help, and we draw near to both in prayer. God's blessings, His rescue, His presence His direction, His forgiveness, His miracles...all of these and more are poured out to those who earnestly seek Him. Let's chase Him this year in prayer!
If We Open Our Home
Mat. 22:34-40 | 2/05/2017 | Pastor Jason Allen
This sermon unpacks the idea of community, seeking God’s Word to see two things: how should Christians live in relationship with people inside and outside the Church, and how does God use our relationships to build up his Church and seek and save the lost.
If We Resist the Roar
Various Texts | 1/22/2017 | Pastor Thomas Gold
Summary: Christians who genuinely desire to see God do fresh work in and through them will also genuinely seek to distance themselves from the things that displease the Him. This sermon exposes four ways that internal sin and external deception by Satan roar after us, and challenges us to resist.
If We Seek to Go as God Has Called Us
Acts 16 | 2/12/2017 | Pastor Thomas Gold
In Acts 16 the Lord depicts those without Christ as pleading "Come help us!" The chapter also reveals that God will move to open up sin-shackled hearts when His people "go" with the Gospel as Christ has called us to. Here we see the death and resurrection of Jesus change the lives of the rich, the tormented, and the rough-and-tough guy.