current series: THE ARMOR OF GOD

The Armor of God series is in some ways a continuation of the 10 Commandments of Christ series. Much of what Jesus taught in the Sermon on the Mount deals with handling how we interact with others, and there is nothing that the Devil wants to steal, kill and destroy more than your relationships. Learn how the Armor of God is the only way to win your spiritual battles and protect the relationships you have with your brothers and sisters in Christ.


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PAST SERMONS AND SERIES


Most of what we teach are Biblical concepts and topics. However, once in a while we teach through a specific Book of the Bible, or a specific passage. You can find those with the link below.

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THE 10 COMMANDMENT SOF CHRIST

Right after Jesus chose the men who would later become His Apostles (minus Judas), He sat them down as a group and gave the first disciple training in the Sermon on the Mount.

Matthew 5-7 records Jesus’ words and what has become known as the 10 Commandments of Christ. These chapters detail the moral code that Jesus expects from His followers. If we indeed have become His disciples, we are obliged to dedicate ourselves to His instruction. Christianity 101 begins here.


Download the Are You Judgmental? flowchart here.

THE STORY OF GOD


The Story of God is a coherent whole, a continuous story that runs from Genesis to Revelation. Understanding the overarching themes, stories and characters of God's story helps us make sense of the details by giving us a framework to hang all the details on so that they make sense and don't appear to be just random stories or facts.

Join us on a year-long study that weaves together the big picture that links the beginning and then end. You might be surprised at how it changes your understanding of wht God is doing and why!


DRAWING CLOSER TO GOD


James says that if WE draw closer to God, then HE will draw closer to us But what does it mean to draw closer to Him? This series looks at some of the basic disciplines of Chirstian Discipleship, like Fixing Your Prayer Life, Frequent and Meaningful Fellowship and Personal Study Habits.


THE TOP 10 EPIC FAILS OF MODERN CHRISTIANITY


CHURCH-ianity (modern Christianity) has gone very far afield from the beliefs and practices that were familiar to the average first-century believer. Here are the top 10 things we've done wrong over the centuries that would make modern Christianity virtually unrecognizable to the early Church. THIS IS AN 8-PART SERIES.

THE "WHY? SERIES

Much if what I teach in my local Fellowship is simply the product of my own questions and study. One day I found myself wondering why Jesus came as a carpenter? Why not a trader? Or a traveling merchant? The WHY? series begins with "Why a Carpenter?", explores why the Jews went to Egypt and were exiled to 70 years of captivity in Babylon. The series culminating in a 7-part series about the Christian walk called "Why the Narrow PATH?".

I. WHY A CARPENTER?


God makes no mistakes and leaves nothing to chance. His plan is perfect, and because He is faitghful, will come to pass exactly as He intends. So when He sent His Son to become a man, why did Jesus become a carpenter? Do you think it was random chance that He learned to work with wood and nails?

II. WHY EGYPT?


God made some amazing promises to Abraham in the Book of Genesis, including making him a "great nation". So why did Abraham's descendants become slaves in Egypt? The answer might surprise you.

III. WHY EXILE?


After Egypt you'd think God's people would have learned their lesson. Maybe the Babylonian Captivity was an accident. Maybe God had forgotten His people. Or maybe, just maybe, God had more for them to learn.

IV. WHY THE NARROW PATH?


If God loves everyone and wants everyone to enter into His Kingdom, then why is the Christian life so hard? Well, like everything, God has a purpose, and this is a biggie!

WHAT'S IT GOING TO TAKE?


Much of the modern Christian life is spent running away from God - yet He still pursues us. In this series we ask the quation "what's it going to take?" for God to get your attention?

THE EYE OF THE STORM


The Bible makes it very clear that there is a storm coming - the 7-year Tribulation brings its own share of calamity, and culminates in the Day of the Lord when Jesus returns in judgment and wrath to punish the wicked and reward the faithful. But if all we do is talk about the storm, and don’t talk about the peace and protection that can only come from God in the midst of the storm, then we’re only telling half of the story aren’t we?