In Jesus, we've been freed from the path of death by being placed on the path of grace. This path is the path of righteousness and life, the path of intimacy with God, and the same path Jesus Himself walked.Read More / Listen
Sex and money hold such power over us that many of us would change our theology if doing so meant we could keep our sex and money safe. Let's not do that. Instead, let's cling to the life we have in Jesus. In Peter's words, let's continue partaking of the divine nature.Read More / Listen
When we've tasted Jesus' kindness, we begin to crave it. And as we crave it, we begin to grow up, being built together with other Christians as a house for God's own Spirit. That's because together we are God's prized possession. We are God's wanderers.Read More / Listen
We want to take Jesus on His own terms that the Old Testament is all about Him. See with us how the sacrifices of the Old Testament were always and only pointers to Jesus and His great love.Read More / Listen
In the first sermon of this new series, we looked at how Jesus' self-transformation affects us. If you're ever tempted to run from God instead of to Him (when you hurt, when you fail, whenever), this sermon's for you.
We had technical issues this Sunday, so there's no recording. However, you can find a write-up of this sermon here on our blog.Read More / Listen
Jesus tells us, "Stay awake!" Like the holy men and women of centuries past, we are a people in waiting. Listen as we discover what it means to stay awake and to wait eagerly in the hope we have.Read More / Listen