Dec 01

Sermon: A Compelling Freedom

We love freedom. We love not being told what to do or when to do it. Whether it’s freedom from our parents, our jobs, our government—we simply love freedom and dream of how to use it. This is no less true when God tells us we’re free from law. We imagine leaving  those constraining rules behind and living how we’ve always wanted to live. But in our text today God challenges us to consider freedom in a new way, one that finds its nature in an unlikely source. Galatians 5:13–18

Josh Winn

A Compelling Freedom

Nov 24

Sermon: Motives Matter

Why we do… what we do… is very important to God. In fact, at times, he cares even more about our motives than He does about our actions.  As those who have been saved by grace alone, we have been given a whole new motivation for living. We must be ever careful to make sure that the reasons behind our actions are consistent with our new relationship with Him. Galatians 5:2–12

Steve Bergstrom

Motives Matter

Nov 17

Sermon: Celebrate Freedom!

Few things stir our hearts like the realization of freedom. Slaves set free. A flag declaring a free nation. A bird let loose from its cage. Christians have freedom; yet we often live in Performance Prison. Today’s message urges us to realize and celebrate our Christian freedom. Galatians 4:21–5:1

Dr. Vic Anderson

Celebrate Freedom

Nov 10

Sermon: The Risk of Relying on Rules

It seems true that rules protect us—“Look both ways before crossing the street.” If we follow them, we have a shot at growing old. We tend to think the spiritual life works the same way—if we want to grow we’ll follow the rules. However, God has a different take on this perspective. Our text this morning shows us the tragic result of relying on rules for spiritual growth and challenges us adopt a perspective build on the foundation of grace. Galatians 4:8–20

Josh Winn

The Risk of Relying on Rules

Nov 03

Sermon: Above and Beyond

It is always a pleasant surprise when someone goes above and beyond…..When someone helps us in a time of need and then takes the kindness even further. That is exactly how our God relates to us. In our passage today, We will see how God graciously solves our greatest need, and then, to our delight, extends the kindness ever further. Galatians 4:1–7

Steve Bergstrom

Above and Beyond

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