Current Sermon Series – Lent: Repent and Believe
Every day, it seems, new stories surface revealing the moral failings of others. Indignation and cries for justice inevitably follow – and often rightly so. But alongside these calls comes a whole lot of virtue signaling and finger-wagging. We are quick to point out the failings of others and slow to recognize our own. But even when we do experience the pain of self-discovery – or worse, crash and burn – we find little hope is offered for healing and change. The gospel brings good news. The Christian life is a life of turning back in order to move forward. The biblical word for this is repentance, and repentance is about a return. Where the world screams, “Pay down your debt”, the gospel pleads, “Turn and receive forgiveness and life…again and again and again.” Join us for the Season of Lent as we explore the role of repentance in the Christian life.
David Jones - January 20, 2019
Ephesians: Dressing for the Occasion
From Series: "Ephesians: Gods Plan"
Mike Tyson once said, “Everybody’s got a plan until they get punched in the mouth.” No matter how organized and well-prepared you might feel, life has a way of thrashing your plans to bits. But God has a plan to deal with the sin that hijacks your life, enslaving you and holding you captive. His purposes can’t be thwarted. And He is doggedly determined to reconcile all things together under Christ…you and me to God, and you and me to one another. Come explore with us the book of Ephesians, where we discover how the story of the gospel reshapes every part of our little stories.