Sermon Archives

Consider Your Calling: God loves you so much that there is no doubt that He has an amazing plan for your life. In this sermon from John Piper, he explores this love and the ways in which God will take care of you. God will use you when you love and obey Him and in turn God will work through you for His glory. Together is far better than going it alone.

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God Knows: Part of a series that is a journey through different portions of the Old and New Testaments. This sermon by Dennis Blythe explores the questions, “Does God really know everything?” How does the answer to this question affect the way that we should live our lives? We daily rely on the knowledge of other people, but do we really rely on the knowledge of God in the same way?

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Silent Night: Christmas is an interesting time of year. Every year the world tries to make the holiday more secular, and every year the church attempts to make Christmas more appealing and exciting. But, there is a simple truth in the gospel message that makes the true meaning of Christmas more exciting than anything we can come up with. Francis Chan takes the time to explore this reality.

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Imaginary You: We all want to be known for something. But what do you do when you don’t measure up . . . even to your own standards? You’ll never become who you want to be until you are willing to face up to who you actually are. And the only way to do that is to stop worrying about being known for something, and allow yourself to be known by a group of someones.

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Work and Rest: In this sermon by Timothy Keller, we explore the story of Jesus and the way he surprised the religious leaders of his time in Luke 6. As Christians, we are able to enter into his rest and enjoy the same rest that God enjoyed after creation, by means of his works, not ours. The Sabbath is a blessing from God and one we will only enjoy if we understand it correctly.

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God’s Word in a Turbulent World: In this sermon by David Platt we take a timely look at the world with all the natural disasters taking place and explores what the response of Christians should look like. This sermon is based on the first part of Luke chapter 13.

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Anchors in the Storm: In this sermon by David Platt, we explore how to handle the troubles that life throws our way. God has given us anchors that we can depend on as we face the troubles. Based on Acts 27 David identifies 5 anchors we can depend on when we face trials of many kinds.

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Church Together: In this sermon by Francis Chan, the difference between knowing of God and having a personal relationship with God is explored. It is only part of the story to know about God. He wants so much more from us, something that can only be accomplished through a personal relationship.

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The Prayer God Loves to Answer: In this sermon by Daniel Henderson, we explore prayer and the prayer that God loves to answer. In the example we see from Solomon, who asks for wisdom, to the reality of Jesus being the source of all wisdom, we will see how God could answer this prayer in our lives.

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Who Needs God: In this series from Andy Stanley at Northpoint Church Andy discusses all the reasons why we believe or do not believe in God. He argues for a reasonable approach to faith that makes sense, not necessarily what you have been told God and faith should look like.

Watch the whole series Here.