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Ephesians Part 6

This Sunday we will continue our study of Ephesians by looking at the hugely significant concepts Paul writes in Chapter 2:1-10. In fact, we'll spend two weeks looking at this theologically pivotal teaching. The question I'll ask everyone to mull over is this: What do you think most people believe is the moral/spiritual health status of humanity? Choose one: Spiritually Healthy, Morally Sick, Terminally Sick, or Already Dead. This is a big question that is central to the message we call the Gospel of Jesus Christ - let's focus on it together.  

Pastor Marty



Ephesians Part 5

This message covers Paul’s prayer of thankfulness for the church in Ephesus. Paul is thankful for their faithfulness and pursuit of Christ in His Word. The encouragement for us is to follow the example set before us by the church in Ephesus.

Pastor Travis


Ephesians Part 4

We have spent the last two weeks working through the Trinity. Two weeks ago we learned about how God the Father sent his son because of his great love for us. Last week we learned about the Son who came and brought redemption for all people through his death on the cross. This week Pastor Travis will continue by teaching about the Holy Spirit who is sent by the Son to bind Himself to all who believe. God’s presence is forever with us when we come to Christ. Come this Sunday as we learn about the Holy Spirit and all that it has to reveal to us.

Pastor Travis


Epehsians Part 3

Part 3 of the series "Church for Everyone", is a study in the book of Ephesians, by looking again at the authors opening celebratory statement (verses 1:3-14). We will focus in on the work of Jesus Christ and find that his work is how the Father accomplishes his great intention for his creation. Who is this person, Jesus Christ, and how are we to respond to the Biblical message about him?  

Pastor Marty Scales


Ephesians Part 2

Part 2: "The Heavenly Father"

The Bible makes much about God being one in three persons so we can relate to God on a personal level. We can miss out on this because the idea of three in one, or Trinity, is complex and sometimes frustrating. This Sunday we will explore why understanding each of the personalities and works of the Trinity are not just academic but incredibly practical to grow closer to God in our daily lives. Join us as we explore the first person in the Trinity, our Heavenly Father.

Travis Marsh


Ephesians Part 1

Part 1: "Jesus and the Church"

We are beginning a new sermon series working through the book of Ephesians. This Sunday we will do an overview of the book highlighting the main themes of the letter. The two main themes of the book are Jesus and His Church. Paul teaches us how we are to relate to Jesus as the church to promote his gospel message to love God and one another. Join us Sunday as we launch into this next series. Invite a neighbor or a friend, all are welcome.

Travis Marsh


Prayers Part 8

"Daring Prayers"

1Chronicles 4:10  Jabez called upon the God of Israel, saying, "Oh that you would bless me and enlarge my border, and that your hand might be with me, and that you would keep me from harm so that it might not bring me pain!"  And God granted what he asked.  

The most daring entreaty of this obscure prayer in a seldom read Old Testament book are the words: "enlarge my border". And the second important part of this passage is: "And God granted what he asked." Is this a prayer formula we should pray, daring to ask God to enlarge our personal boundaries of influence, prosperity, success or opportunity? Many have said yes; some have even said, "...I believe it contains the key to a life of extraordinary favor with God." Sunday we will look at Biblical prayer to see if we too should be praying "Daring Prayers". 

Marty Scales


Easter Sunday 2018

He Has Risen

Sunday we celebrate the raising of our Lord from the grave. Our Redeemer Lives! Come hear the exciting story and how the resurrection not only impacts our life in eternity but also impacts it today.


Prayers Part 7

"Agonized Prayer"

In the Passion Story in between Palm Sunday and Easter morning, there are two prayers that Jesus addresses to the Father. These are prayers of anguish, suffering, and agony. One is prayed in the Garden and the other is from the cross. There are many examples in the Bible of people praying these "Agonized Prayers" to the Father. Unfortunately, there are some people in our church family who are currently in life situations that are stressing them spiritually, emotionally and physically to the point that they too are praying "Agonized Prayers". Sunday we will look at the examples of praying these kinds of prayers in the Bible and seek to prepare ourselves for a time when we might need to pray like this too.    


Prayers Part 6

"Praying With Vision"

Sunday we will look at another great prayer from the Bible. We will look at the high priestly prayer of Jesus. This prayer is found in John 17 so please read the prayer once through over the next several days before church services. The focus is praying with a sense of vision for the future. This prayer given by Jesus is his last with his disciples that would go forward to build the church. This prayer casts a vision for the future Jesus' how's for them. It also shared with them how he will always be their advocate. Join us this Sunday as we learn about praying with a sense of vision.   

Pastor Travis Marsh


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