David denHartog teaches from 1 Peter 1:3-13. In a culture where the ethics of the Bible are being challenged, how do we stand strong in truth when we may have to suffer for it?
David denHartog teaches from 1 Peter 3:8-17, 4:1. Suffering for our beliefs is on the horizon in American, and issues separating those within families is becoming more prevalent. There are two questions we must ask and must answer: How do we respond to those with whom we greatly differ? If we follow God’s prescription for […]
Pride is the engine that drives all (or nearly all) sin. David denHartog teaches us how and when pride entered the universe, and then how it moved into the world of men and women. Pride and sin is now part of our lives. We also learn some of the symptoms of pride and how to […]
Kevin Bentley teaches from I Peter 2:4-9, a reminder to be who God has called us to be and our role as believers. He weaves together the Old Testament and the New Testament to explain the priesthood. He walks us through five of the responsibilities of the priests and what that would look like for […]
David denHartog teaches the third and last in the series on the Blood Moons. In this sermon, Pastor David explains the side of those that believe the Blood Moons are a “harbinger” and contrasts it with those that believe it is more “hype.” He explains our church’s stance – the bigger question is how are […]
David den Hartog teaches from I Peter in the last of the Once Captive series on how Christians can live their lives in such a way as to have a brighter testimony.
David denHartog teaches from 1 Peter 1:3-9 and 13-17 in the first of the Once Captive Series. The church has often become imprisoned by the culture in which we live. We are living our lives not in conformity to the word of God, but under the influence of the culture in which we live. We […]
David denHartog prevents a preview for the Fall series and the year’s focus on “Proclaiming Christ Boldly.” He teaches today from 1 Peter 2 about what we must first do to lay the foundation for sharing our faith. We must BE something before we can SAY something to those living around us and share the Gospel. […]