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Genesis: Abraham

The story of Abraham emphasizes the value of God’s Word. God is the God of promises. He makes and keeps covenants with His people. The most important thing in Abraham’s life was his relationship and covenant with God. Because of God’s faithfulness to His covenants throughout history, we can expect Him to remain faithful in His promises to us as well. We can trust in the value of God’s Word.

Genesis: God of Order

The first 11 chapters of Genesis show that God is a God of Order. He creates boundaries within all aspects of His creation. As the various sermon series explore creation, the fall, the flood, and the nations, we’ll be looking at the order that God has put in place and humanity’s attempts to go against that order. God’s order also takes form within our daily lives through God’s design for family, correction, and purpose. Despite our attempts to go against it, God’s order still stands and should hold weight in our lives.

Crown to a Manger

The “Crown to a Manger” sermon series teaches on the 5 major prophets and focuses on transforming the way we hear from God. This series will end with Christmas, where the messages of the prophets culminate with the coming of Christ. By the end of this theme, we will transform our perceptions on ministry, day-to-day life, and hearing from God.


Paul's letter to the church in Philippi is a written example of how followers of Jesus are commissioned to accomplish Kingdom work together. In the Together sermon series, we focus on how the church is striving towards this goal. Join us as we study the book of Philippians -- Together.

The Wall

We tend to put up walls between our faith and the rest of our lives. Whether it's our work, character, purpose, or anything in between, the way we approach these things divides us from our relationship with God. Join us as we work to break down The Wall between Sunday and the rest of the week.


In this sermon series that inspired Pastor Donnie's new book, The Nine, we walk through the nine pieces of the Bible that complete the picture of God's redemptive story.

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