Reason For Praise (Psalm 117)

In a culture polarized by competing worldviews, we can be tempted to run away from the world and run toward people who embrace similar political opinions or share the same cultural or economic backgrounds. But experience tells us that retreating into tribalism does not lead to unity — not in the church and not in […]

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How Can We Be Friends? (John 15:9-17)

Over the last several weeks we’ve explored the themes of Christian identity and unity during times of change and challenge. This week we’re focused on Jesus’ words on this topic from John 15:9-17. In life, we sometimes struggle with authentic friendships because we often expect too much and give too little. But Jesus shows us […]

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Holding Firm To God’s Word (Titus 1:1-16)

This week we’re kicking off a new sermon series studying Paul’s Letter to Titus. World-weary Christians sometimes seek new teachings that embrace their personal preferences and deepest desires… even if those are contrary to what God has clearly said. In his letter to Titus, the apostle Paul drives home the need to keep the gospel […]

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