Blog

November 9, 2017

Fear Not

Our society today is trapped in a very chaotic cycle. Global conflicts, nuclear confrontations, corrupt leaders, and terrorism crowd the daily news channels. Closer to home, we must cope with joblessness, healthcare availability, tax burdens, random violence, and other social dilemmas. All of these things could easily lead us into a state of fear and […]

October 26, 2017

The Five Solas

The Five Solas

It’s officially Fall in the Northeast – vibrant foliage, pumpkin-flavored everything, festivals, costumes and candy. Autumn happens to be my favorite of the four seasons. Maybe it’s because I hardly experienced any seasonal changes in my native stomping grounds of Orlando, Florida. What you might not realize is that Fall, or more specifically, the end of October […]

October 12, 2017

Adopted into the Family of God

Adopted into the Family of God

Christmas is coming! Yes, I know we need to get there one holiday at a time. First Halloween and then Thanksgiving, but Christmas is coming. I know that because some places are actually playing Christmas music already. How dare they! Christmas season for our family is a time when we do everything humanly possible to […]

August 31, 2017

Mercy

Mercy

Have you ever pondered the attributes of God? It can be a challenge for our small minds to comprehend the defining attributes of an infinite God. For instance, God is omnipresent. He is everywhere, at the same time. There is no place in the universe, where God is not. Or how about the fact that […]

August 17, 2017

A Reminder in the Midst of Racism

A Reminder in the Midst of Racism

I think it’s fair to say that all of us were shocked by the violence that took place last week in Charlottesville, Virginia. And you may still be reeling from the vile, racist, hate-filled demonstration which claimed three lives and was dozens of injuries. The cruelty directed toward African Americans in Charlottesville and the threatening […]

August 3, 2017

The Gospel: Good News for Sinners

The Gospel: Good News for Sinners

Many of us go through life without comprehending the seriousness of our sins nor do we comprehend that God hates sin. Sin is not subjective. It is breaking the absolute standard that God has declared in His Word. The Bible makes it crystal clear that all of us have sinned against God. In fact, in his […]

July 20, 2017

Fake Fruit and Febreze

Fake Fruit and Febreze

For the past several weeks, we’ve been studying the “Fruit of Spirit,” the nine Holy Spirit empowered characteristics which evidence “Internal Gospel Growth”. We’ve learned that each highlights an attribute of our glorious God who displayed perfect love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faith, and self-control in the incarnation. Incredibly, as God’s adopted children we also […]

June 22, 2017

Joy is Plan A

Joy is Plan A

When our feet hit the ground in the morning, we are faced with our first decision of the day. What kind of day is it going to be? Our decision might turn on several factors. Is it sunny out, do I feel well rested, do I smell coffee brewing, or is my hair totally awesome […]

May 25, 2017

Concluding the Gospel According to John

Concluding the Gospel According to John

This Sunday, May 28 we will conclude our study of the Gospel According to John. As I look back over the 70+ Sundays we have been in this book, I am amazed at how incredibly simple and yet incredibly profound it is. I will miss our studies together, but I also want to give thanks […]

May 11, 2017

Book Study: What is Reformed Theology?

Book Study: What is Reformed Theology?

In just a few weeks, we will be hosting a book study of R.C. Sproul’s What is Reformed Theology? Understanding the Basics. We’ll discuss the fundamental beliefs that rose from the Protestant Reformation. Though we are 500 years removed from the Reformers, their rediscovery of the gospel and a God-centered theology profoundly impacts us today. As we read […]

Page 1 of 12

Menu Title
class="last menu-itemve-menu" class="">
  • About Us
  • Ministries
  • Get Connected
  • Sermons
  • Blog
  • Contact Us