This Sunday morning’s teaching will be Part 2 of Christmas Witnesses, Christmas at Mark’s house. In this sermon, Pastor Tim wonders about whether the nativity story mattered to Mark at all, and how hurried Christians can have an authentic experience of the Savior this holiday season.
Pastor Tim begins our Advent and Christmas series called Christmas Witnesses. In each of these messages, we’ll consider the unique angles and perspectives of New Testament authors on the coming of Jesus. This week begins with Christmas at Luke’s House.
Pastor Tim continues our Reformation series, looking this weekend at Sola Fide— Faith Alone. This message, beginning with Habakkuk 2, encourages us to see a new reality through the eyes of faith.
At the threshold of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, Pastor Tim begins a new 5-part series on the Solas of the Reformation. We begin this weekend with Sola Scriptura—the Bible alone as rule and authority over Christian life.
Pastor Tim considers some big topics – sin, sexuality, compassion, and grace. Drawing on the life and teachings of Jesus, he thinks about how Christians should wrestle with the complexities of culture and where we should hold the line, regardless of cost.
Pastor Tim winds down the Acts Odyssey series with a message about one of Paul’s farewell speeches and some thoughts about the “endings” we have in our own lives. If you want to read ahead, check out Acts 20:13-38
The next stop on our Acts Odyssey is the wealthy and prosperous city of Corinth. Pastor Tim shares about a number of Paul’s partners in ministry there; he also spends time reflecting on the Las Vegas shooting and what it means for those of us here.
Thessalonica and Berea were two towns from the same geographical area, but their reactions to the gospel were very different. Pastor Tim will share about these cities in a message based on Acts 17.