look below for sermon series and individual sermons

September 2018

Healthy Relationships with the Triune God

God’s Word calls s to examine our hearts and know with unshakable certainty that we are a child of God. How do we do that though? This sermon answers the question, how do I know If I have a healthy relationship with God?

Healthy Relationships With My Enemies

There are people that we just don’t seem to get along with no matter what we do. How does God’s word instruct us to handle these types of things.

Healthy Relationships at Church

Relationships at church start with our relationship with God.  that is the basis and everything else follows from there.

Healthy Relationships in the Work Place

Healthy relationships are essential to life and wellness and we often focus on our relationships with our loved ones the most.  However, if you spend half your awake life at work, don’t those matter too?

August 2018

Healthy Relationships Single or Married

Our identity is not wrapped up in our status, and as crazy as it sounds, being single might be just what the Lord has for you.

May 2018


What does it mean to live and elevated life?  Jesus explains it all to us in his famous Sermon on the mount.  He begins his sermon by proclaiming that the Kingdom of God is near and then begins to reveal to us that this kingdom is more than a physical place, it is a in each of our hearts.  Discover what attitudes ought to be as we discover the beatitudes, the character of kingdom dwellers.  

Jonah 4:1-11

Jonah’s story ends on a heavy note, calling both him and us to examine our hearts as we consider what is most important, our comfort, or our mission.  God has called us to mission, but we pursue comfort.  This dramatic ending should cause us to make a dramatic change.

April 2018

Jonah 2:1-10

Jonah spent three days in the belly of the great fish, but did it really change him?  This beautifully written passage explores the depths to which God will go even when we run from him.  God never gives up!

Jonah 1:11-17

Running from God in disobedience to his word is serious business.  Jonah reveals the depth of his disobedience  an causes us to consider ours. 

Jonah 1:1-10

Jonah is a tremendous story of God’s relentless love for his people.  It calls us to question the depths of our sin, and it’s affects on our lives.  This sermon is both introduction, and a call for us to consider our own hearts.