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Dean Elliott teaches on Isaiah 41. Isaiah is one of the most beautiful books in Scripture due to it exalting God’s glory and wonder. There are three points introduced in this passage: fear, trade and trust. Often times we reach out to our idols when fearful. Instead, we must learn to exchange this habit by […]

Kevin Bentley preaches from Isaiah 40. There are many promises in this passage that declare the greatness of God. But the question arises, “Can He really do it?” These verses build up our confidence in His promises. There is a connection between understanding God’s power and living out our lives. A correct perspective of our […]

David denHartog teaches from Isaiah 40:1-11. As we all know, life has not been the same since Covid-19 hit in 2020. We are in need of comfort for our anxious hearts during such uncertain times. This type of comfort only comes from God.  The theme of this chapter in Isaiah is comfort and the focus […]

Kevin Bentley teaches from Isaiah 6 on free speech. One definition of free speech is the right to express information, ideas or opinions, free of government restriction based on content, and subject only to reasonable limitations, especially as guaranteed by the 1st and 114th amendments. The 1st amendment says that Congress shall make no law […]

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 […]

Dean Elliott explains the title Jesus most often used, Son of Man.  He was God, but he took on all aspects of humanity.  While this is very difficult to understand HOW this is possible, Dean explains WHY its necessary. Scripture References:  Isaiah 9:6-7; Matthew 8:1-3; Luke 19:1-10

David denHartog begins our Christmas series, “And He Shall Be Called ….”  How can we have joy during this Christmas season, when for so many of us there is hardship, depression, despair, or even just busy-ness and stress?  In Isaiah 8:22-9:7, God gives us a promise and person so that we might have joy and peace. […]

Dean Elliott begins a new series, Necessaries.  When you go somewhere, you want to pack exactly what you need.  Some items are specific for the place you are going and some items you have to pack no matter where you are going.  What are the necessary things that everyone needs to pack for the Christian life? […]

Dean Elliott teaches from Isaiah 7:1-17.  People feel that darkness has always been a part of the times in which they have lived.  Darkness happens and God doesn’t apologize for it… He uses it.    What does God want us to do in the darkness?

When life gets rough or isn’t going your way, how do you respond?  Even if you initially flip out, the posture you take over time indicates your spiritual maturity.  Don Hunt teaches from various Bible passages about three characteristics that can be found in the spiritually mature Christian. Scripture references: Psalm 27:14, 37:7 & 34, […]

Dean Elliott teaches the first in a series on Psalm 40 about learning to feed yourself, spiritually speaking.  Why is spiritual food important?  What does it mean to feed yourself?  What are your expectations?  Any church is only as strong as the devotional life of its individual people.

Associate Pastor Dean Elliott continues the ‘Hello: I Am A Missionary’ Series with a message from Isaiah 65:17-23. While looking forward to Heaven, we must also strive to help those around us now.

David denHartog teaches from Isaiah 58 about how we can be a missionary outpost in our world today.  The Israelite captives had returned to their land and were praying and fasting, but they weren’t experiencing God or seeing answers to their prayers.  Pastor David explains why and how we can apply that to our lives […]

Dean Elliott teaches from Psalm 123 and Isaiah 53 about how we sometimes underestimate the importance of Good Friday and the significant part it plays in regards to Resurrection Sunday.