Bound for Joy: Complaining

Our time together Sunday was devoted to something intensely practical and relatable. The Apostle Paul encouraged the Philippians to stop complaining and arguing. Why? First, for their own sakes. God never designed us to whine and complain. Second, for the sake of others. It absolutely kills our witness when we mutter and grumble in front of others. Third, for the sake of the spiritual leaders God has put in our lives. We honor them by our Christlike behavior.


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Worship by Design: Undone

On Sunday we looked into Isaiah’s story, along with excerpts from the undone worship of both Jonah and Paul. Undone worship means coming to the end of ourselves so that God can restore us, heal us and send us into ministry!

Worship by Design: Unquenchable

This weekend we begin our new sermon series “Worship by Design.” Referencing a book by well-known worship leader Matt Redman, we will look at examples of unquenchable, undivided, & unstoppable worship as seen through the eyes and actions of prominent Bible figures. Explore with us how authentic worship is the kind of experience that taps into how God designed His people!

Summer of Psalms: Psalm 104

We conclude our Summer of Psalms series by looking at Psalm 104 and getting a first-hand glimpse into the beauty and splendor of God.