02.18.2018 – What Is Your Jericho?

“Prayer is the difference between the best you can do and the best God can do. It’s the difference between letting things happen and making things happen. It’s the difference between you fighting for God and God fighting for you. Over the next 40 days, we’re to pray like it depends on God and work like it depends on us. And I believe God is going to show up and show off His power, His grace, His goodness.” That quotation provides a great sneak preview for where we headed in week one of our all-new series called P.R.A.Y.E.R.

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02.11.2018 – What Were You Expecting?

When we START with the knowledge that God is good, then we can BELIEVE that he is working for our good. When we KNOW that God is good, even if we don’t know exactly what to expect, we can still EXPECT that it will be good! Check out this week’s sermon at Guest Teacher Tony DiRienzo unpacks this key truth for us!

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02.04.2018 – P.R.A.Y.E.R.

As Christians we know we *should* pray and we all pray to one degree or another. But what would it be like to take your prayer life to a whole other level? To have greater faith when you pray? To pray with more boldness? To see mountains move? That’s what this Sunday’s sermon was all about! We hope you check it out in a posture of being “spiritually hungry,” expecting to get fed… and getting your theology of prayer stretched!

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01.28.2017 – Turning the World Upside Down

The first shall be last??? Love your enemies??? Lose your life to find it??? Again and again Jesus challenged how the world says you should live. He challenges us to live in His upside down Kingdom… and to turn the world upside down in the process! God doesn’t want you to simply live. He wants you to become a “history maker.” Are you ready?

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01.21.2019 – Faith is Rising

Our spiritual journey is all about FAITH. And the more faith we have, the better. Why? Because we’ll pray bolder prayers. We’ll believe God for greater things. We’ll see mountains move. Please check out this week’s sermon as we explore what faith is and how we can build our faith…as well as share how God is building our faith as we enter a critical phase of purchasing a permanent facility for the church!

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01.14.2018 – Family on Mission

God didn’t “save” you just so you can bide your time on earth until you die and end up in Heaven. Not by a long shot! He “saved” you to join His family. A family on mission. And that is what we are as a church! Sons and daughters of our good, good Father who join Him in bringing Heaven to Earth. This week, our lead pastor shared some key updates about where our church is headed — how God has called us as a family to bring Heaven to Earth — and how we need to “walk by faith and not by sight” to make that happen. May your level of faith reach new heights as a result of what you hear!

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01.07.2018 – A Vision for the Future

God doesn’t want you to just exist on this planet — He wants you to live! To live life to the full! And, He has a plan for your life that He wants you to embrace, a plan filled with hope for your future! This is not just true for individuals, it’s true for communities of Christians who gather together as the Church. This weekend, we looked over the horizon at some of the things God has in store for our church family in 2018! And may this sermon inspire you to live your life to the full!

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12.31.2017 – The War for Peace

If you squeezed an orange and apple juice came out of it, that would be unexpected, right? When you are “squeezed” by the pressures in life, what typically “comes out” of you: peace or anxiety? And how do we change that? This week’s sermon was a special one that will help you start 2018 spiritually strong with the hope that it will be a year defined by peace. But we have to fight to make that happen!

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12.17.2017 – Peace: An Unlikely Weapon

As Christians we like to say that God can give us peace during the “storms” of our lives. And while that is true, Jesus shows us something even better than that, namely, we can tell the “storms” in our lives to go away! And the tool that God gives us to do this? Peace! May this sermon prepare your hearts and minds for the birth of the Prince of Peace the week leading up to Christmas!

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