Psalm 32: The Forgiven Life
This stand alone sermon from Psalm 32 teaches each of us the power of God’s forgiveness through Christ that leads to blessing, confession, deliverance, and guidance.
REvive us Oh Lord
This stand alone sermon in the early Spring of 2023 in the midst of all the supposed and genuine revivals to see what real revival is like and how we should handle it and long for it.
This stand alone sermon looks at how the world has changed to be more about me and my needs than being concerned with what God wants from His Word and what others need.
Hidden in Christ
This stand alone sermon to start off the new year in 2023 looks at how the Gospel changes everything about us and continues to grow us into people who look more and more like Jesus.
Christmas EVe 2022
This stand alone sermon was the last for 2022 as we hope for the light of Christ to dawn in our hearts once again.
Selected Scriptures: the Givingness of God
This stand alone sermon as we close out our Advent season of 2022 takes a look at how much God has given that leads us to give to our local church family.
Don’t Harden your Heart
This stand alone sermon examining the call on our lives from Hebrews 3 to hear God’s voice daily to fight hard heartedness and to find deep soul rest in Christ.
Righteousness, Resurrection, And the Race In Between
This stand alone sermon points us to the way we are called to live in light of the resurrection and looking ahead for the upward call of Jesus as our greatest prize and treasure.
You Have Heard It Said
This stand alone sermon from the beatitudes in Matthew chapter 5 reminds us of how we are called to live as citizens of God’s Kingdom which runs counter to much of the world.
Gospel Implications for Marriage and Family
This stand alone sermon from Dr. Landon Dowden following our men’s retreat in 2022 focusing on how the Gospel changes not only our hearts and lives but also our relationships in marriage and parenting.
Selected Scriptures on Marriage: Three Best Practices
This stand alone sermon on the day before Valentine’s Day 2022, focusing on the importance in marriage and all relationships of extravagant love, generous forgiveness, and enthusiastic encouragement all rooted in the person and work of Christ.
Building on A Solid Foundation
This stand alone sermon from Colossians 2 looks at the foundation that Jesus creates in each of our lives through his life, death, and resurrection that causes us to daily walk in him just as we received him.
The Christ of Christmas
This stand alone sermon from the day after Christmas 2021 reminds us that the Christ who was born as a vulnerable baby is the unchanging, supreme king of the Universe today and every day.
Let There Be Light
Selected Scriptures on the difference Jesus coming and those following him makes in each of us and in the world for those that truly trust Him.
Sola Scriptura: Scripture Alone
This second sermon for Reformation Day 2021 focusing on the rediscovery of the authority, sufficiency, and Christ revealing power of God’s Word.
Selected Scriptures on The REformation Call to Repentance
This stand alone sermon marking Reformation Day 2021 looking at how the church should always be reforming and changing and growing by the grace of God, through the Spirit’s empowering work, for the glory of God.
Gospel Reinforcements for a Feeble Generation
This stand alone sermon from Romans 12 looks at how the Gospel helps us worship, be transformed, learn to be discerning, and avoid the pitfalls of worldliness as we help any and all that God entrusts to us to help.
The What, Why, And How of Church
This stand alone sermon is about what we are as a church and what we hope for in the days, months, and years to come with all of our core ministries aligning by God’s sovereign good care and grace.
Giving the Gospel to Others
This stand alone sermon with lots of practical ideas on how to share the good news of Jesus with friends, family, neighbors, and coworkers.
Staying in the Game
This was a stand alone sermon on standing firm in our faith by God’s good grace because the resurrection is true and powerful.