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SERMON ARCHIVE :

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 »


By Design: God Works In Mysterious Ways

Pastor Steve Kramer

Reading — Luke 1:26–38, Confession — Gracious God, I admit that I have not been zealous enough in my discipleship. I have not struggled to understand the great ideas of the faith, nor have I really attempted to give you mastery over my life. In my busyness, insecurity, and fear, I have often ignored your… Read more »


By Design: Moses

Pastor Christian Huntley

Reading — Exodus 4:10–17, Confession — Redeeming God, we know that you are the greater of all freedom and savior from all oppression. We confess that our actions do not always reflect our knowledge. Instead, we use our thoughts and actions to seek our comfort and status, rather than your love and justice. God, forgive our… Read more »


Spiritual Not Religious?: Good News for the Thirsty.

Pastor Steve Kramer

Reading — John 7:37–39, Confession — Lord, you commanded us to love one another as you have loved us. I confess my shortcomings in carrying out that commandment. You loved me unconditionally, and all too often, my love is conditional with others. Your love for me was sacrificial, laying down your life for me and… Read more »


Spiritual Not Religious?: This is God’s Family Plan

Pastor Steve Kramer

Reading — Ephesians 4:1–6, Confession — Lord, you commanded us to love one another as you have loved us. I confess my shortcomings in carrying out that commandment. You loved me unconditionally, and all too often, my love is conditional with others. Your love for me was sacrificial, laying down your life for me and… Read more »