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SERMON ARCHIVE :

Live Better Connected: Come and See

Pastor Christian Huntley

Reading — John 1:43–51, Confession — Gracious God, we confess that at times this week we went our own direction. Our priorities did not align with your priorities. We chose to sin against you. Please forgive us. Grant us the grace we cannot earn and only you can provide. Through your Son, Jesus Christ our… Read more »


Live Better Connected: To God’s Word

Pastor Steve Kramer

Reading — II Timothy 3:16–17, Confession — Almighty God, you have clearly said that your will for my life is that I would love you above all things and love my neighbor as myself. I confess that I have fallen short of the mark with my thoughts, words, and behavior. For the sake of Jesus,… Read more »


Live Better Connected: Intentionally Connect

Pastor Christian Huntley

Reading — John 1:1–18, Confession — Merciful God, We confess that we have sinned against you with our hearts, bodies, and minds. We have sinned against our neighbors too. Please, take away our guilt and replace it with grace. Encourage us to boldly share your grace with our neighbors. In the name of Jesus Christ… Read more »


Serve to Grow

Pastor Steve Kramer

Reading — John 13:1–17, Confession — Almighty God, our Heavenly Father, we have sinned against you and against our neighbor in thought, word, and deed; through negligence, through weakness, and through our own deliberate fault. We are truly sorry and repent of all our sins. For the sake of your Son, Jesus Christ who died… Read more »


Foreigner: Faithfulness in a Foreign Land

Pastor Christian Huntley

Reading — Daniel 6:1–10, Confession — Most Merciful God, we confess that we have sinned against you by words spoken and unspoken. We were timid to speak your name. We did not seek your guidance when we acted. Forgive our sins. We ask that your Holy Spirit would fill us with courage to follow your… Read more »


By Design: Designed to Reconcile

Pastor Christian Huntley

Reading — Philemon 8–17, Confession — Gracious God, we confess that we are quick to ask for forgiveness, but slow to grant it. We want justice for those that hurt us and we want leniency when we hurt others. Please forgive us. Help us remember the grace we freely receive from you is available to… Read more »