Sermons on Acts

Sermons on Acts

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: Lydia

We’ve been looking at the lives of men and women in the Bible and what we can learn from them. This week, Gary is looking at Lydia, one of the “founders” of the church in Philippi!

I <3 My Church: The Hope of the World

On week 4 of our “I Love My Church” series, we’re looking at the big picture of what one of the main purposes is for the church. Why did Jesus choose this method to spread His message? What’s the point?

World Changers – Mission Kittitas Valley

Romans 12:2 “And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is that good and acceptavle and perfect will of God.” If we want to be world changers.. – We start by letting Jesus change our identity first. – We start by speaking and living boldly. – We start by inviting the Holy Spirit to change how we view others. – We start by allowing Jesus to…

Easter – Why Christianity

Religious belief is simply belief applies to things of a religious nature.  So, why am I a Christian? When Jesus died, those closest to him believed that he was dead.  His closest followers lost faith in who he was. Then He rose from the dead. They saw His face, the scars of nails and thorns and spear. Then they believed!  God has given proof to everyone of who Jesus is by raising him from the dead.  When He died, no…

Getting Unstuck In My Job

Are you feeling “Stuck” in some area of your life? Are your family, faith, career, friendships, and finances all where you would like them to be? If not, join us this Sunday for our new sermon series as we discover God’s plan for getting “unstuck”. We’ll explore the biblical principles for experiencing the transformed life that God promises us in Christ! Move past “just getting by” to living the transformed life described in Romans 12:1-2. This 6 week series specifically addresses…

Boldly and Without Hindrance

About two thousand years ago a few Jesus followers carried a message and a lifestyle that created a seismic shift in the known world. They weren’t the elite or powerful, they were fishermen and tax collectors, mothers and the marginalized. What happened? How did a rag tag bunch of no bodies transform the world? And can it happen again? Join us as we begin a new sermon series entitled: Jesus People: The Book of Acts.