This stand alone sermon with lots of practical ideas on how to share the good news of Jesus with friends, family, neighbors, and coworkers.
This was a stand alone sermon on standing firm in our faith by God’s good grace because the resurrection is true and powerful.
A stand alone sermon for Father’s Day 2021 on the importance of fathers who follow Jesus and take their cues on fatherhood from God the Father.
This stand alone sermon from Philippians 4 looking at how we can all search for and find true contentment in the Gospel alone.
This stand alone sermon looks at the prophet’s challenges and how we can learn to respond with God glorifying ways.
A stand alone sermon at the end of 2020 looking forward to what we all need to focus on in 2021.
A stand alone sermon on how to find deep soul rest in Christ alone when life and the world are in chaos.
A look at two passages of scripture that define for us the kind of impact we should be having on the lives of others as citizens of a different Kingdom.
This was our sermon for Father’s Day 2020.
Our Easter 2020 sermon learning how to fight through the fear of death with the resurrection power and hope of Jesus Christ.
From our Good Friday service in 2020
This is our sermon from Palm Sunday 2020 to teach us what real salvation means. Luke 19:28-40
A sermon during the Covid-19 pandemic from the Sermon on the Mount to help us understand worry and how to fight it biblically.
In our second week into the Coronavirus pandemic, pastor Bob teaches us about God’s providence in hard seasons.
What does God’s word tell us during trials and fearful times? The sermon by Bob Lepine is preceded with an update of Coronavirus medical considerations by Dr. John Dietrich.
A stand-alone sermon on the importance of standing up for the lives of the unborn children and helping women in places of vulnerability.
A fresh look at the old story of Jesus’ birth and the joy and goodness he brings to the world through his life, death, and resurrection.
Dedication Sunday in our new building starting off with the reminder that the Lord does not dwell in places built by human hands but in the hearts and lives of his redeemed people.
Our first sermon in our new building highlighting God’s plan for His people, not a building to be where He truly lives.
For Easter 2019 we looked at Peter’s first sermon on the day of Pentecost to see what Easter and the resurrection are really about.