Sermon Series
  • 1. The Ripple Effect

    Contributed on Jul 13, 2015

    Living effectively as Christ's disciples in the world means remembering who we are, whose we are, and why we are!

    [“Like a Girl” Commercial, 0:00-0:56] So much of how we live and work in this world depends on how we view ourselves. I share that Proctor & Gamble “Like a Girl” commercial (which aired during this year’s Super Bowl) because it is a perfect example of how our more

  • 2. A Life Worthy

    Contributed on Jul 23, 2015
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    We are urged to live a life worthy of our calling, which means above all else seeking unity in and building up the body of Christ. Unity is especially important in our community in the wake of the Chattanooga shootings.

    We continue this week our look at the letter to the young Christian Church in Ephesus. Even as our thoughts are centered on the way our community has been rocked in recent days, there is here a message relevant to all that is on our minds this morning. Isn’t it wonderful and amazing how God more

  • 3. What Did You Do Today?

    Contributed on Jul 23, 2015

    In Christ we are made new, which means our lives must be lived differently. Each day we are faced with choices, and we must choose the way of life that reflects Christ.

    One of the writers in The Upper Room Devotional this week shared a question he had run across one day in his own devotional time. “What did your hands do today?” It’s a fantastic question, is it not? So much better than the typical, “How was your day?” or “Did more

  • 4. Fighting For Peace

    Contributed on Jul 30, 2015

    When we put on the full armor of God, we are prepared to not fight the wars of the world, but to withstand the world's hostilities, even as we fight for God's peace.

    You have just heard one of the better known passages of Scripture from our Bible. I honestly don’t know why this particular passage is better known than others. My best guess is that perhaps the very tangible imagery of body armor makes for a good lesson, but who knows for sure. Because I can more