This past weekend launched our new series studying through the book of James. In week one, Matt Williams taught through the first eight verses.  James proves to be an examination of the meeting of works and faith as they weave into our every day actions....

In this final week of the Theology of Death series, Matt Williams began by recapping where we’ve been regarding the topic, reminding us that death is not a matter to be ignored, but rather one that should be integrated into our daily thinking. This week,...

Paul is writing 2 Timothy from prison knowing that his death is imminent.  This weekend, as we discussed what it looks like to live in light of death, we turn to what Paul has to say in 2 Timothy 4:5-8. He begins by reminding Timothy...

Death is a dramatically spiritual and critically important topic to address and each of us will become personally acquainted with it at some point in our lives. In the midst of the great confusion, fear, and pain around this topic, Scripture offers us guidance for...

In week three of our continuing series on A Theology of Death, Matt Williams taught through the often difficult reality that none of us are getting younger. How do the ideas of aging and suffering couple with our call as believers to grow in a...

Staring down the sobering possibility of the approach of his own death in a prison in Rome, the apostle Paul declares that for him, “to live is Christ, and to die is gain” (Phil. 1:21, ESV). Widely known and recited, this statement presents Christians with...

This past weekend, Bill White taught on Genesis 24:1-27. As the narrative begins, we are informed that Abraham is an old man, blessed by the Lord in all things. At this point in his life, he holds an influential position, possessing wealth, prestige, and power. He...

This past weekend, Bill White taught from Genesis 21:1-21. When Abraham was 100 years old, Sarah bore him a son they named Isaac, or “laughter”, as the Lord commanded.  Abraham made a great feast the day that Isaac was weaned, but during the celebration, Sarah saw...

This past weekend, Scott Mozingo taught from Luke 8:22-25, discussing one of Jesus’ displays of great power over nature and the truth it reveals about Him. The passage begins with Jesus and His disciples crossing the Sea of Galilee after Jesus had poured Himself out in...