Our sermon series are taught in all of our services (Traditional, The Gathering, and North Campus). Each of our pastors will take a different approach, so you may want to check out all three versions of each week’s lesson. Some weeks we are not in a sermon series; those videos can be found under Stand-Alone Sermons.
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Is there anything you wish you could go back and tell your younger self? Join us in this series as we explore things many of us wish we had known when we were younger.
God is writing an amazing story with your life. How will you share your story, and with whom? Join us as we explore “Who’s Your One?”
Have you ever wondered about the voice of God, what it sounds like, and how to know if you’re hearing it? This is just one of the many questions we will be exploring in this series.
This four-week series is all about the greatest ghost story ever told – the Holy Ghost, also called the Holy Spirit. Who is He? What does He do for the church? What does He do for us?
Do you ever come to church wearing your Sunday best like a mask to hide how you’re really doing? In this six-week sermon series, discover how you can truly be the best you–without the mask.
Is God good? Can you trust Him with your life? Does He really love everyone? Join us the next five weeks as we ask,
Are you living a life of regrets? Wouldn’t you like to start living a regret-free life right now? In this series, we’ll explore ways to recognize the moments that change our lives.
This Christmas, don’t miss the greatest gift of all. A gift that is meant for you. The gift of the Christ Child. Join us in December, and let us introduce you to the baby born in a manger.
Often our gratitude is based on our circumstances, but what if we could learn to be grateful and thankful no matter what?
Are you All In or Almost In? God desires for us to gather as a community, grow in discipleship, and go to serve others. Where are you in fulfilling His desire?
In this series, we’ll explore the five things that are essential to develop and maintain healthy relationships.
In this series, we will explore God’s purpose for us, how to connect more completely with Him, and how to utilize our God-given gifts for ministry and missions.
This four-week series is designed to help us come to a greater understanding of how prayer empowers us and guides us to a deeper relationship with God.
Have you ever thought about how the reaching out and offering of a handshake could be the first step of evangelism?
Jesus has been called many things: prophet, teacher, man, God. But who did He say He was? And once you see who Jesus is, what does that mean for you and your life?
This Lent, we have chosen to follow daily readings and reflections composed by Maxie Dunnam, With Jesus in the Upper Room, a seven-week study based on John 13-17.
Baptism and the Lord’s Supper are the best examples of the ways God has appointed to convey His grace to men and women. North Campus series only.
The first month of the year is the perfect time to take a look at who we are emotionally, spiritually, physically, and financially.
As we enter this Advent season, let us track hope as it arrives into the lives of some of the key people in the birth narrative of Jesus.
God desires for us to go All In, because He is. What does this mean for our use of time, talents, and gifts?
Placing our faith in God and walking in obedience translates into His service. And that’s when “Faith Works.”
Join us as we explore God’s intent for your life journey. Why? Because the destination matters.
Here are the messages from our occasional special guest speakers.
Here you will find sermons delivered in-between our regular sermon series.