Sermons by Matt Gurney
The next sermon in our series More Stories Jesus Told focusing on Jesus’ warnings to his disciples and us to look at life with the lenses of grace rather than the lenses of fairness as He is the only right judge for who is rewarded in his kingdom.
This second sermon for Reformation Day 2021 focusing on the rediscovery of the authority, sufficiency, and Christ revealing power of God’s Word.
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.
The next sermon in our series in John’s Gospel focusing on the beginning of chapter 10 about the true shepherd who cares for his sheep and provides entrance into His kingdom.
The first sermon in our series called Longing for… In this first installment, we will look at how to find real, lasting hope in the person and work of Jesus Christ.
A stand alone sermon on how to find deep soul rest in Christ alone when life and the world are in chaos.
Pastor Matt shares how his family has been learning and discovering about God, about faith, about themselves and about facing the unexpected together as they’ve been walking a path they never anticipated.
Do you think of yourself as a godly person? Would other people describe you that way? Or does that idea maybe sound presumptuous? In 2 Peter, we’re told that godliness is one characteristic we should add to our faith. But what exactly does that mean?
The second sermon in a new series at the start of 2020 looking at the many ways all Christians can grow in fruitfulness and effectiveness in living for the glory of Christ.
The next sermon in our series through 1 John focusing on the confidence the Gospel gives to believers to know the love and presence of God for all who confess Him as Lord.
Sermon #4 in our series on parables. This one looks at how the Gospel compels us into celebrations of His grace, into his mission, and away from self-righteous rule-keeping.
A sermon looking at how abiding in Christ through His Word and love leads us to bear much fruit for His glory and our joy throughout the year.
Continuing our study of Esther, a look at how knowing who we are in Christ changes what we honor, how we endure, and how we engage with others.