Sermons

Below are past sermons listed by title, series, speaker & passage. There is also a brief description of each for your convenience. Sermons are posted by the end of the day on the Wednesday following each Sunday. We provide audio & written files along with a pdf of the slides used. Each sermon is color coded in the text to correspond to slide changes. Enjoy!

02/16/2020
Portraits of Jesus in John

Son of Man

Speaker: 
Jason Guynes
Passage: 
John 2:1-11 (NIV) Read...
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Last week we heard the Divinity of Jesus as Word. This week we peer into His humanity, and just how personal, close & caring He is in the mundane details of our lives.

02/09/2020
Portraits of Jesus in John

The Word

Speaker: 
Jason Guynes
Passage: 
John 1:1-18 (NIV) Read...
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Who is Jesus to the world? Does God suffer from multiple personality disorder? Or, does He communicate Himself in one way as you would communicate yourself through your unique personality?

02/02/2020
Hard Conversations

Already/Not Yet

Speaker: 
Jason Guynes
Passage: 
John 4:23 (NIV) Read...
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We live in the already & not yet of the kingdom of God. Jesus has left us with answers & direction. Living out of solid truth in an unsure world brings us hope & joy!
A message we’re called to proclaim to all peoples!

01/26/2020
Hard Conversations

Identity in Christ

Speaker: 
Jason Guynes
Passage: 
Galatians 2:20 (NIV) Read...
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Operating out of our identity in Christ allows us to live out of a biblical worldview even when it is unpopular & to be able to lead others without vitriol or division due to our possible faulty opinions.

01/19/2020
Hard Conversations

Unity By The Spirit

Speaker: 
Jason Guynes
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Today we look at how the Church can find unity even where it seems impossible through counsel of Word, Spirit, and the hard work of solid Christians.

01/12/2020
Hard Conversations

Love Matters

Speaker: 
Jason Guynes
Passage: 
Acts 15:30-31 (NIV) Read...

It’s been said ‘Love without Truth lies, Truth without Love kills.’ We explore this concept today from 1 Corinthians 13:2. We find that being right & being loving are both important in the Christian life for the sake of the well being of others and the life giving message of the Gospel to the world.

01/05/2020
Hard Conversations

Perfect Understanding

Speaker: 
Jason Guynes
Passage: 
1 Corinthians 13:12 (NIV) Read...
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God knows all Truth, we have access to all we need as we grow into His likeness. How do we stand on the Truth we know, but in humility realize at times we can be wrong? How do we communicate with those we may disagree with in healthy ways?

12/29/2019
Hard Conversations

Unity

Speaker: 
Jason Guynes
Passage: 
John 17:20-21 (NIV) Read...
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We live in a polemic polarized world. As Christians, with Scriptural convictions & values, we need to learn how to speak in Love & Truth. Our unity is reflective of God & a witness to the world. Today we introduce 5 affirmations to help communicate well with others who may differ from us.

12/22/2019
The Invitation

Elizabeth's Joy

Speaker: 
Jason Guynes
Passage: 
Luke 1:39-45 (NIV) Read...
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Elizabeths story is one of a person who may feel past their prime, but in whom God works & does great things anyway! Can God use you at any stage of life for great things in His kingdom!?!?

12/15/2019
The Invitation

Joseph's Peace

Speaker: 
Jason Guynes
Passage: 
Matthew 1:20-25 (NIV) Read...
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Joseph seems to find peace in acting in faith, and in doing so becomes an image of godly love. Let’s explore this largely silent characters contribution to the Christmas story.