Series Listing

James

For the next four months we’ll consider the New Testament book of James’ central theme of living out our faith — being doers of the word and not just hearers. May our hearts and lives be truly changed!

Esther

We’ve begun a series on the Old Testament book of Esther — notable for its omission of any reference to God. Yet, as we’ll see, this book has much to say about the ways of God even in his hiddenness. Enjoy the story, and worship our ever present, always working Lord!

Ruth

We’re doing a four-week sermon series on the beautiful Old Testament book of Ruth. May we be strengthened in our own sometimes difficult yet always rewarding choice to leave other things behind and follow Christ. May He be our first love!

I Am …

Leading up to Easter, this sermon series focuses on the seven “I Am” statements of Christ in the gospel of John.

The Heart of Christ

Tracking with Dane Ortlund’s book Gentle and Lowly, this series focuses on Christ’s deepest heart for his people. May our hearts respond in faith to our gentle and lowly Savior’s call to come to him.

Advent 2021

Advent is a time of looking ahead, longing for and preparing for Christ our Lord, who has come and is coming again. This year our Advent focus features passages from Old Testament prophets, starting today with Hosea. May God stir up our anticipation and faith as we await the sunrise of His coming! 

Ephesians

We’re taking an extended, 18-week look at Ephesians, Paul’s letter to the church at Ephesus.

Judges

This sermon series in the Old Testament book of Judges is new territory for our church! We hope and pray that God will use this series to strengthen our faith and direct our hearts into a fresh love and gratitude for our gracious Savior God.

The Gospel of Mark

In the eight weeks leading up to Easter we’re focusing on selected episodes in the gospel of Mark. In this focus we’re joining many other Kansas City churches in taking a fresh look at Jesus and introducing him to friends and neighbors. May Christ be glorified!

Lament

In our series on the biblical prayer language of lament we’ll look at selected psalms of lament to see how this way of praying can lead us from places of pain to a renewal of trust in God. As we learn this prayer language, we’ll see how dark clouds in our lives are met with God’s mercy. Blessed be God, our help and hope!

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