Series: Speaker’s Choice
In our Speaker’s Choice series, speakers have a chance to teach on a particular topic or passage God has placed on their heart.
The God of Givingnessby Johnny Vanderhorst | December 29, 2019
In the person of Christ, the generosity of God has been unveiled in an unprecedented way. In this verse we get a good look at how personal and extreme it is.
Rejoice With Meby Daniel Vanderhorst | November 24, 2019
Summary: When we are “filled up” with joy in God, we are set free to truly rejoice in others’ joys.
A Most Awesome Opportunityby Mike Bergen | November 17, 2019
God’s offer in 1 John 5:14-15 is almost too good to believe! There are guidelines in the Bible for how to take advantage of this offer, and the result is life changing.
Fear and Loveby Johnny Vanderhorst | November 3, 2019
What does God value in His people?
Jesus’ Highest Priority for Youby Johnny Vanderhorst | December 30, 2018
Jesus perfectly understands the complexity and pressures in your life. In view of that, He has a crystal clear priority laid out for you.
Thankful for His Presenceby Ken Swygard | November 25, 2018
So many things to be thankful for, including His presence.
Why I Love This Churchby Johnny Vanderhorst | November 18, 2018
Passages to consider: 1 Corinthians 1:4-8 1 Thessalonians 3:7-9
For God so loved the world …by Mike Bergen | January 7, 2018
“God so loved the world that ...” besides giving His one and only Son, He has done many other astounding things to bring people to Himself. Today you’ll get another taste of the amazing things God is doing to bring people to Himself on a large scale and also another sample of what He has done on a minute scale to show His love to an individual person. This is the same amazing God who gives us the opportunity to invest with Him!
Confused by Jesusby Johnny Vanderhorst | November 26, 2017
To retain the wonder of Christ’s kingdom, we need an orientation toward Jesus that transcends the terrific joys and the terrible disappointments of life.
A New Commandby Mike Bergen | October 9, 2016
The old command was to love my neighbor as myself. The new command tells me to love my enemies by serving them, which seems impossible. Knowing my identity in Christ is the only way it’s possible.
Enduranceby Johnny Vanderhorst | October 2, 2016
You are called and strengthened to run your course even when the race is hard and you are weary.
Seek This Lost Sheepby John Vanderhorst | September 25, 2016
Our natural thinking needs reprogramming. God uses His word to recode our hearts and minds, making us like-minded communicators with Him.
Renovating Loveby Daniel Vanderhorst | September 18, 2016
Seeing God and loving Him for who He is results in a lifetime of repentance and worship as we turn from our sin to Him.