Sermon Series
  • 1. Why Is There Suffering And Evil?

    Contributed on Jan 12, 2016
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    Everyday people face hardship. But we believe in a good God who has made a good creation, so why is there so much suffering and evil?

    We live in a world where the answer to nearly every question is right at our fingertips. All we have to do is log on to Google, type a question, and in a matter of milliseconds, we have hundreds and sometimes even hundreds of millions of answers to our query. Or, if it’s a little too more

  • 2. How Do I Believe In Science And Creation (And A God I Can't Prove)?

    Contributed on Jan 17, 2016
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    Science tells us a lot about the world in which we live, but ultimately there are some questions for which the only answer is God, and faith is our proof.

    For two years after college, I taught high school band in Hilton Head. I loved my students and I loved teaching, but what became clear to me in those two years was something I had known since I was fifteen; that my truly calling was to serve in the church. So, about midway through my second year, I more

  • 3. Can I Trust The Old Testament?

    Contributed on Jan 28, 2016

    There are many parts of the Old Testament that are confusing and difficult to understand. This sermon looks at how to understand the Old Testament based on what we know about Christ.

    I believe it’s fair to say that the biggest story in the news over the last six months to a year is “ISIS.” Whether it’s the growing influence of ISIS in the Middle East as they establish and maintain a greater geographical foothold, or the threat of ISIS in the western more

  • 4. Why Do Christians Disagree About So Many Things?

    Contributed on Jan 28, 2016

    There can be no doubt that Christians have many disagreements. However, Christ calls us to be one, and we need to acknowledge our differences, but love one another, celebrate the beliefs that we share, and learn to work more fully as one.

    I don’t know if there’s a better time than a Presidential election year in the U.S. to see just how deeply and how much we human beings can disagree. There are the obvious disagreements on polity and practice between the Democrats and Republicans, but even within the parties there is more