C H U R C H   M E D I A

Sermon Series


May 2020

As we travel the journey of faith we come across crossroads that shape our faith. Sometimes we face these crossroads as a teenager, as young adults, as parents, or as we are dying. We will look at the lives of people in Scripture who navigated the crossroads of faith.

What Remains

June 2020

When everything is changing, what remains? We are invited to follow Jesus. We are called to love God and love people. We are still comforted by the presence of the Holy Spirit. We are still holding to God’s promises. We are still called to make disciples of Jesus to transform the world. When everything is changing, God’s love is what remains, God’s presence is what remains, God’s promise is what remains, God’s mission is what remains.


July 2020

Sometimes the things that are the most spiritual are also the most ordinary. In this series we will explore the different ways the Holy Spirit transforms normal, everyday activities into holy encounters with God’s grace.
Worship is when we are giving God the glory. It can be singing along on Sunday morning, but it can also be in anything you do. When we are glorifying God through our work we are worshipping Him.

Cory Feuerbacher

Worship Director

R E A D   W I T H   U S   

Forgotten God: Reversing our tragic neglect of the Holy Spirit. 

A follow up to the profound message of Crazy Love, Pastor Francis Chan offers a compelling invitation to understand, embrace, and follow the Holy Spirit’s direction in our lives.
In the name of the Father, the Son, and … the Holy Spirit. We pray in the name of all three, but how often do we live with an awareness of only the first two? As Jesus ascended into heaven, He promised to send the Holy Spirit—the Helper—so that we could be true and living witnesses for Christ. Unfortunately, today’s church has admired the gift but neglected to open it.
Breakthrough author Francis Chan rips away paper and bows to get at the true source of the church’s power—the Holy Spirit. Chan contends that we’ve ignored the Spirit for far too long, and we are reaping the disastrous results. Thorough scriptural support and compelling narrative form Chan’s invitation to stop and remember the One we’ve forgotten, the Spirit of the living God.