Philippians 4

The God of Peace in the Midst of Anxiety

We all wrestle with anxiety. For some, it's obvious; for others, it's hidden well. At times, it's a mild uneasiness; at other times, it's a debilitating fear. However it manifests itself, experiencing anxiety is part of the human experience. And yet, the Apostle can write that we should be anxious about anything. What does he know that we don't? 

(note: Pastor Mike meant to credit Dane Ortlund for the backstory of "O Love That Will Not Let Me Go" at the end of the sermon.)

Missional Habits: Blessing, Pt 2

In the broadest sense, blessing others involves anything we do that helps others live as God intended them to live, i.e. in right relationship with Him, ourselves, others, and creation. As we continue our series on Missional Habits, we consider two additional ways that we can bless others: gifts and service. To hear how each of these can help others flourish spiritually, psychologically, relationally, and/or vocationally, you can listen to our sermon from this past Sunday.

Wanna Know a Secret?

Philippians 4:11-13

We want to invite everyone to join us for worship this Advent Season! Beginning this Sunday (11/27, 11am), we'll be commencing our Advent sermon series "Songs for the Savior: Christmas Reflections from the Gospel of Luke." As we look at the song-filled responses of various people to the arrival of Jesus, it's our prayer that your hearts would also be filled with new songs of faith, hope, and love! We hope you will join us!