Current Sermon Series: Strange, But True!

Christian teaching is full of plenty of paradoxes that, on first heart, sound strange, but are actually true! In this series, we take a look at some of these paradoxes and how they can shape our faith.

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Learning the Hard Way

Learning the hard way is hardly ever learning the fun way! Solomon was a man who had to learn the hard way. God gave to Solomon incredible wisdom, and yet, he squandered it in his sin. At the end of his life, he writes Ecclesiastes, where he explains the lessons he has learned the hard way so we don’t have to!

Trust and Obey (Week 6) Series Trust and Obey (Week 6)

Solomon concludes his book by inviting us, instead of learning the hard…

Riches and Poverty (Week 5) Series Riches and Poverty (Week 5)

Our culture loves and desires money. Greed, however, will never be satisfied.…

Toil and Rest (Week 4) Series Toil and Rest (Week 4)

Some people center their lives around their careers. They define themselves…

Wisdom and Folly (Week 3) Series Wisdom and Folly (Week 3)

Some people can be educated beyond their intelligence! Learning about…

Pleasure and Pain (Week 2) Series Pleasure and Pain (Week 2)

Many people think that life consists of chasing your passions, because…

Rinse and Repeat (Week 1) Series Rinse and Repeat (Week 1)

Does life actually have a purpose? Is history headed somewhere? It can…