Non-Series Messages

"Storms and Answers" - Kaleb Kinney

In the middle of the difficulties of life, we often ask the question "why" and feel as though God is not coming through for us. In the story of Job, we are reminded of God's faithfulness and provision. He speaks in the midst of the storm. (Job 39, 40) 

"Wonder and Awe" - Kaleb Kinney

Over the years we can lose the sense of joy and wonder that came when we first experienced salvation, but there are a world of people out there who are desperate for us to be living in wonder and awe of the endless possibilities in Christ. (John 5:1-15, Eph 1:7-8)

"From Causing Wounds To Cleaning Wounds" - Kaleb Kinney

Living out the gospel in our daily life is something that has the power to revolutionize the people around us. In Acts 16 we read a story of an "earth shaking" moment through which God's power flipped a man's heart from causing wounds to cleaning wounds. (Acts 16:16-40, Hab 1:5) 

"She Has Chosen What Is Better" - Tim Mannin

At the dinner with Jesus, Martha was concerned with her performance, while Mary was concentrating on her position at His feet. Often in our "Christianity," we measure our acts and service as our devotion to God, instead of the sacred time we spend with Him. (Hebrews 4, 2 Chronicles 16, Isaiah 26, Matthew 11, John 12, Luke 10)

Guest Speaker - Todd Theissen 

As the torch was being passed from Elijah to Elisha we see him exemplify the principle of making an audacious request and believing that God can do even more than we could ever ask for. What is it that we are asking God for? (2 Kings 2:5-11, Eph 3:20-21, Romans 8:11) (We were grateful to welcome the Lead Pastor of Summit Church, Todd Theissen as our guest speaker this morning.)

"The Power in Community" - Ryan Moore

What does David the mighty warrior facing the giant Ishbi-benob, the little Army Ant, and Paul's persecution in Macedonia have in common? We explore these 3 stories and draw principles of God's power and answered prayer in the midst of our community. When our Brother or Sister is weak and exhausted, we stand and fight their giants. (2 Samuel 21:15-17, 2 Corinthians 7:5-7, Ecclesiastes 4:9-12)