January 10, 2021
In part two of our Prayer and Fasting teaching from Matthew 6, Pastor Mark looks at the picture of God that Jesus gives us through the Lord's Prayer.
January 3, 2021
We return to our Manifesto teaching series this week and look at Jesus' teaching on prayer and fasting from Matthew 6. Today marks the beginning of our 21 Days of Prayer and Fasting for the New Year.
December 27, 2020
Join us for our end of year Sabbath Sunday and our Very Special Christmas Special. As we bring the year to a close, we rest on the last Sunday of the year, giving our leaders and volunteers a moment to rest. And we enjoy a special Christmas show - made just for you! Merry Christmas!
December 20, 2020
In our fourth week of Advent we talk about the love of God that broke through thousands of years ago and continues to break through today in us and through us. Our text is Luke 1:26-38.
December 13, 2020
We are in our third week of Advent and talking about how we can be joy "fuller" in our daily lives. We get the opportunity to partner with God in his work of rebuilding and restoration!
December 6, 2020
In our second Advent message, Pastor Mark takes a look at 2 Peter 3:8-15 and talks about how we, as people of Advent, can live in the "in-between" and remain at peace.
November 29, 2020
In our first week of Advent, we look at hope. Our text for today is Isaiah 64:1-9.
November 22, 2020
This week is Mission Sunday. It's our fourth consecutive year of reaching out to our community with tangible expressions of Jesus' love for them. In our message today, we talk about how our acts of generosity are an opportunity not for self-acclimation, but to point people to Jesus. Our text is Matthew 6:1-4.
November 15, 2020
This week we talk about how we can personally win the war against worry in this life. Based on Jesus' teaching in Matthew 6.
November 8, 2020
It's all about love in this week's tough conversation. From Jesus' Sermon on the Mount, we look at Jesus' teaching on how we are to love those that are especially hard to love. Our text is Matthew 5:43-48.
November 1, 2020
This week we will talk about the tough conversation around revenge. What does Jesus teach us about how to handle getting back at someone who has wronged us? Our text this week is Matthew 5:38-42.
October 25, 2020
In today's message from our "Manifesto" series, Pastor Mark looks at the issue of integrity, based on Matthew 5:33-37.
October 18, 2020
This week's tough conversation is about sex. Jesus had some very important things to say about this often overlooked and sometimes misunderstood topic.
October 11, 2020
In this week's message, we move further into Matthew 5 as we begin a series of tough conversations. Our first conversation in on the issue of anger.
October 4, 2020
This week's message focuses on Matthew 5:17-20 and Jesus' instruction on raising the standard for a heart after God.
September 27, 2020
This week's message moves into Matthew 5 as Jesus talks about being salt and light in our world today. Today's reference is Matthew 5:13-16.
September 20, 2020
In this week's message, Pastor Mark will finish Jesus' teaching on the beatitudes from Matthew 5:1-12. The final message over this passage will deal with the topic of persecution for the sake of Jesus.
September 13, 2020
This is the second message in our "Manifesto" teaching series based on the Sermon on the Mount from Matthew 5-7. Our text today is focused on Matthew 5:6-9, with a message entitled "Passion Fruit."
September 6, 2020
This week's message is the first in our new teaching series, "Manifesto," based upon the Sermon on the Mount from Matthew 5-7. Today's message is entitled "Jesus or John Wayne."
August 9, 2020
In this week's message, Pastor Mark begins a new series from the book of Ecclesiastes with a message entitled "From the Hand of God." This week's teaching is based on Ecclesiastes 1-2.
August 16, 2020
In this week's teaching, Pastor Mark focuses on Ecclesiastes 3 as we talk about our space in God's story as we continue working through our series, "Meaningful," from the book of Ecclesiastes.
August 23, 2020
This is the third message in Pastor's "Meaningful" series based on the book of Ecclesiastes. This week's text comes from Ecclesiastes 4:1-12.
August 30, 2020
Pastor Kevin is preaching the final message in our Ecclesiastes teaching series, based on Ecclesiastes 5:1-7.
In this week's message, Pastor Mark begins a new teaching series from the book of Ephesians. "Gospel Truths, Gospel Living" will address the basic Gospel truths taught by Paul in Ephesians that create the foundation for Gospel living in our lives today.
In this week's message, Pastor Mark preaches a message entitle "Rooted" from Ephesians 3.
In this week's message, Pastor Mark teaches part 1 of a 2 part message entitled: "Bound Together," based on Ephesians 4:1-4.
Here's Pastor's second part to the "Bound Together" message from our Ephesians teaching series.
Join us as Pastor Kevin brings another message in our Ephesians series. Today's text is from Ephesians 6.
This week, Pastor Rick Chappell, brings the final message in our Ephesians series with a message entitled "Day of Emancipation."
This is the first message in our new series, "Faith That Works" based on the book of James. This week's message looks at James 1:2-8 and deals with how we respond to the pressures of life's circumstances.
This is part 2 of our James teaching series. This week's message, "Crown of Life," is based on James 1:12-18. The trials and temptations that are an inevitable part of life provide you an opportunity for life or for death. The choice is yours to make. Put your faith to work!
In this week's message, Pastor Kevin teaches from the last section of James chapter 1 with a message titled: "Be a Doer."
In this week's message, Pastor Mark preaches from James 2 on the topic of "Leading in Love." James' message in the opening verses of this chapter can often be seen through the incorrect lens. What James is emphasizing for us is the necessity of living our lives through and in the love that God has shown us. It is this royal law of God that is the filter through which every aspect of our lives must pass.
In this week's message, Pastor Mark reports the state of our local church with a message entitled, "We Must Be Stronger." James 2:14-26 is the foundation of this week's teaching.
This week Pastor Mark continues our series as he teaches from James 3:1-12. This week's message, "Don't Play With Fire or Someone's Going to Get Burned," talks about the incredible damage our tongue can cause in relationships and how God can free us from this daily struggle.
This week we welcome guest speaker, Pastor Dave Lutz. Pastor Lutz is the East Ohio District Superintendent. He will be preaching from James 3:13-18 on wisdom and foolishness.
In this week's message, Pastor continues our study in the book of James with a message entitled, "Draw Close to God," based on James 4:1-10.
In this week's message, Pastor Mark teaches from James 4:13-17 with a message entitled, "Best Laid Plans."
In Pastor's final message from our James teaching series, he talks about patience and endurance. Our passage is James 5:7-11.
This is week one of our Lenten Journey together. In this week's message, Pastor Mark talks about the topic of repentance.
This is week two of our Lenten Journey. This week Pastor Mark talks about the new name we have as followers of Jesus.
Pastor Mark's 3rd message in our Journey Lenten looks at how we are part of the Kingdom of God that is alive and working today, yet anticipating the Kingdom of God to come.
This is our fourth message in the Journey Lenten series. Today Pastor Mark talks about how our deepest longings can only be satisfied when our deepest longing is for Jesus.
This is our fifth week in Lent and today Pastor Mark shares with us from Romans 12 with a timely message, "You are Not Everybody Else."
This week Pastor Mark talks about being in a place of lament, just as Jesus was as he traveled between the shouts of Hosanna! and the reality of the cross. We may find ourselves in between similar things, and choosing to lament is not the wrong choice, but HOW we choose to lament makes all the difference in the world. It is in the "in between" that the peace of God will sustain us because the promises of God remain.
Today is our last message in our Journey through Lent. Pastor Mark is preachiing from John 20, the evening of Easter, with a message on turning our fear into Holy Spirit fire!
This is part 1 of our "re:Lationship" series. Pastor Mark talks about the necessity of reconsecrating - or setting apart - our own lives and relationships for the glory of God. We are called to be holy, because God the Father is holy.
Part 2 of our "re:Lationship" teaching series focuses on what a committed relationship looks like in light of how God has committed to and been faithful to us.
In part 3 of our "re:Lationship" series, Pastor Mark talks about the investment has personally made in us and the returns that investment will produce when we choose to live obediently. God's investment in our lives is not solely for us, but for all of those placed around us - in the relationships we have every day.
This is the fourth message in our "re:Lationship" series. Today, Pastor Kevin talks about how we have a creating and creative Heavenly Father who has placed in us the ability to be creating and creative, as well, in the relationships that we have. How is God asking you to reinvent your relationships?
This is the final message in our "re:Lationship" teaching series. Pastor Mark addresses the final topic, that of problem and conflict resolution within any relationship we have. Join us as we finish our teaching series and are challenged to be peacemakers!
This is part 1 in Pastor Mark's "F1rst" series. Today, we look at the competition that is present in our lives and sometimes keeps us from placing God first in every area of our life.
This is part 2 in our "F1rst" series. Pastor Mark issues the challenge that God has given us to place Him first in every part of our lives.
In our final message from the "F1rst" series, Pastor Mark calls for a commitment to place God and His commands first in every part of our lives.
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