Rescue Songs – The Love that Compels Christmas

Text: Luke 2:1-7; John 3:16 “God loves you.” How often have you heard that statement? Whether you believe it or not, chances are you’ve heard this sentiment more often than you can count. In this sermon, we take a look at two very familiar Bible passages (even if you’ve never been to church) to see… Continue reading Rescue Songs – The Love that Compels Christmas

Sent: Friendship

Text: Luke 7:31-35; John 15:12-17; Acts 19:28-31 How are you at friendship? Do you have true friends–people who know you to the bottom and love you anyway? If so, you know how important friendship is. As beautiful as it is in its own right, friendship can also accomplish even more: it can be a powerful… Continue reading Sent: Friendship

Who Am I?

Guest Speaker: Mr. David Lloyd Text: 1 John 3:1; 2 Cor. 5:17-18; Luke 19:10 Identity is everything. What you believe about who you are at your core will, in large part, dictate how you think, feel and live. So it’s important that we get this one right. Thankfully, Scripture leaves us with no shortage of… Continue reading Who Am I?

The Songs of Christmas – Simeon’s Song

Text: Luke 2:22-35 The story of Christmas is the story of expectancy. The expectation that God would one day rescue his people. The expectation that he’ll one day make all the sad things come untrue. Simeon, too, was filled with expectancy. He had been promised that one day, he’s see the Messiah face-to-face. Little did… Continue reading The Songs of Christmas – Simeon’s Song

The Songs of Christmas – The Angels’ Song

Text: Luke 2:8-14 If you’ve ever seen a Christmas card–or watched A Charlie Brown Christmas–chances are you’re familiar with the song the angels sang announcing the birth of the Messiah to an audience of shepherds. Listen along and find out more about just how good the message was the angels delivered that night so long… Continue reading The Songs of Christmas – The Angels’ Song