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Enjoy our weekly sermons if you were unable to attend or would simply like to listen again. Please contact the church office for sermons that are not online.

Sun, July 29, 2018

Be Humble, Be Prepared, Be Holy

Marty Sloan

Sermon Series: Not of This World

Humility isn't a common trait in our current culture. Neither is holiness, for that matter, but these, along with being prepared for persecution, are part of what marks a Christian as a stranger in a strange land. Pastor Marty Sloan looks to 1 Peter 5 to see what exactly it means to be humble, be prepared, and be holy.

Sun, July 22, 2018

The Joy of Sharing Christ’s Sufferings

Jason Pamblanco

Sermon Series: Not of This World

Last week's message in 1 Peter helped us gain the mindset that we will suffer as Christians in this world. But how can we further prepare for life as a stranger in a strange land? Pastor Jason Pamblanco shares some do's and don't's from 1 Peter 4:12-19, including remembering the fact that the Christian knows the final Judge and He is faithful.

Sun, July 15, 2018

The Christian EDC

Jason Pamblanco

Sermon Series: Not of This World

What does your Every Day Carry (EDC) look like? What would you never leave home without stuffing into your pocket or bag? There are some things the Christian should never leave home without, including the mindset that we will suffer in this world, just as our Savior did. Pastor Jason Pamblanco helps us arm ourselves for the every day by gearing up and getting control.

Sun, June 17, 2018

Living as Exiles

Jerry Thornton

Sermon Series: Not of This World

1 Peter 2 describes Jesus as a Living Stone. It's easy to talk about Him as the Cornerstone, or the Rock that we build our faith upon. But the same chapter describes what that Living Stone looks like to the unbeliever: a stone of stumbling and a rock of offense. Jesus looks quite different from a point of view of belief verses an unbelievers' perspective. Pastor Jerry Thornton talks today about what each view looks like. Which perspective describes yours?