Acts 8


Acts 8 Persecution begins & the church starts to do They believers are dispersed into Samaria & the beginnings of the ends of the world (we had a technical glitch with the sermon recording we may have to re-record it)

/ Feb. 23rd 2016 / Acts 8

Acts 7


Stephen’s defense of the the false accusations of Acts 6 in Acts 7 draws together the amazing unity between the Old Testament and Jesus, exposing the wickedness within the human heart. Stephen is killed for his zeal, becoming the first Christian martyr.

/ Feb. 16th 2016 / Acts 7

Acts 6


Acts 6 Ed Stetzer said: “It is not that God has a mission for his church, it is that God has a church for his mission”? Why can’t you honestly say: “I love Jesus, but I hate the church”? Pastor Mike suggested that, from this passage, there are 3 marks of a multiplying church: Cares … Continue reading Acts 6

/ Feb. 8th 2016 / Acts 6

Sin Happens


We all have habitual sins that seem to plague us. Whether it’s gossip, lust, greed, or envy, we falter in one place or another. Instead of wishing for deliverance, God calls us to work at our sins in order to become the people he created us to be. Last week, we learned that there are many … Continue reading Sin Happens

/ Feb. 1st 2016 / Philippians 2

Feeling Insignificant Happens


Most of us grew up wanting to be a superstar of some kind, whether it was an athlete, performer, or superhero. However, as we grow older, we recognize that we might be more ordinary than we thought. Yet, God wants us to know exactly how significant we are.

/ Jan. 17th 2016 / Luke 15

Pressing on

is a New Year, and many people are making resolutions to change their lives and make them better. In this message pastor Mike talks about how Paul viewed his life’s journey. This is about more than a resolution that means more than a few pounds lost.

/ Jan. 4th 2016 / Philippians 3

Sunday after Christmas


So Christmas is almost over – and you may be asking, “Now what?” The shepherds of Christmas story fame actually revealed that Christmas is not the final chapter. It’s really just the beginning – so don’t stop short of encountering the Christ for yourself.

/ Dec. 28th 2015 / Luke 2

Advent 4


Mary was an unlikely candidate for birthing the miracle of God, but the greatest challenge she met was overcoming her fear of the unknown. What is YOUR greatest challenge right now? And how is YOUR fear of the unknown keeping you from realizing the miracle God’s promised?

/ Dec. 21st 2015 / Luke 1 / Luke 2