Proclaiming the Glory of God in the Face of Jesus Christ

Committed to life-giving, life-changing, verse-by-verse Bible preaching for Christ-centered discipleship.

Recent Sermons

The Minister’s Mission

1 Tim 4:11-16 Sunday Service / The Pastor not only teaches the word of God but also lives according to the word of God as a model believer .

The One to Whom God Looks

Isaiah 66:1-6 Sunday Service / True worship contrasted with false religious formalism. True worship sees the true God as he is and worships him according to his word with a heart that loves him. False worship replace the true God for an idol and worships him according to its own imagination.

Pastors’ Blog

Prayer = More of God

I have previously written that prayer is not a means to an end; prayer is the end. Prayer, in other words, is not to get from God; prayer is to get God Himself. Jesus speaks about this truth in Luke 11:11-13: Now suppose one of you fathers is asked by his son for a fish; he will not give him a snake instead of a fish, will he? Or if he is asked for an egg, he will not give…

A Vision for the Church… from One Verse!

As we begin this New Year, one verse of Scripture delineates a gospel shaped vision for the church: “I myself am convinced, my brothers and sisters, that you yourselves are full of goodness, filled with knowledge, and competent to instruct one another” (Romans 15:14). Head: “Filled with knowledge”A gospel shaped church is one in which its people are “filled with knowledge.” Gospel shaped churches seek, savor, and share doctrine and teaching as supremely found in Scripture. Teaching and doctrine, after…

Christmas is Doctrinal

I love the Christmas season because it is a time to reflect on the doctrine of Christ. Yes, Christmas is doctrinal. It may seem strange to say that Christmas is doctrinal because Christmas in the United States has become so commercialized and sentimentalized. Christmas in America, it seems, is more about Black Friday deals and chestnuts roasting on an open fire than about “Christ given for us and for our salvation.” But when you think about what Christmas is—the incarnation…