Sermons


Count It All Joy

November 12, 2023
The twelve tribes scattered in the diaspora faced loss of liberty, property, and sometimes life. In this they followed in the footsteps of Jesus who for the joy that was…

Introduction to James

November 5, 2023
Packed with practical instruction, the book of James was written to Jewish Christians scattered and facing persecution in the early church. James has been called the Proverbs of the New…

The Reformational Church

October 29, 2023
The recovery of Scripture in the common languages during the Reformation set the church on fire. It birthed the doctrine of the priesthood of all believers. We are a Reformed…

Joy Comes in the Morning

October 22, 2023
God is a father—the Father—who both disciplines and delights, but far more He delights in His children. In this psalm David recounts his experience of falling into pride, confessing it…

Lord of the Storm

October 15, 2023
Just as Psalm 8 should be read beneath the moon and stars and Psalm 19 when the sun breaks over the horizon, in order to understand Psalm 29 you need…

Do Not Be Silent

October 8, 2023
We serve a God who spoke the world into existence. We speak because He has spoken, and we must call on Him as our Father to get specific answers for…

God My Light

October 1, 2023
The gospel of Jesus Christ is the good news of His sinless life, efficacious death, expectant burial, and triumphant resurrection. This message and the light it contains overcomes the darkness…

Vindicate Me, O Lord

September 24, 2023
We have another psalm with things you won’t find in a modern devotional: “Judge me, O God.” For that, we need the inspiration of the Holy Spirit to show and…

God Endured Vessels of Wrath

September 13, 2023
Sermon from guest preacher Joe Ogden.

For His Goodness

September 10, 2023
This psalm was written in distress later in David’s life. It consists of meditations and prayers, showing us how to think and call upon the Lord in times of trouble.…