Sermons on Joy

Sermons on Joy

Exiles: 1 Peter 5

Gary Bye continues our series on 1 Peter with discussing why Peter ties in church leadership to this letter that is focused on joy, holiness, and loving others well.

The Secret to Lasting Joy

ADVENT TEACHING SERIES Join us on Sunday mornings this December and share in the discovery that we all play a part in the incredible Christmas story! During the four weeks of Advent leading up to Christmas, we will experience the anticipation of the prophets, the joyful proclamation of the angels, the journey of the shepherds and wise men to honor Jesus. And, we’ll learn how all of those guide and direct us to how we can prepare for and celebrate…

Embracing Joy

Philippians 4:4-5,  Paul’s Letter to the Philippian Church is full of wisdom, practical application for our lives, and JOY!! Ironically, Paul wrote this joyful letter while he was in prison in Rome and we are going to spend 10 weeks studying through this book verse by verse. Join us every Sunday for the next 10 weeks!

O Come All Ye Faithful

Luke 2:6-7, Do you love Christmas carols? Do they bring a smile to your face? Join us this December as we explore the meaning behind the Christmas season.  We’ll delve into several of our favorite Christmas carols.  As we take a closer look at famous Christmas carols and the truths they reveal about Jesus, we’ll see how these carols remind us to appreciate the true meaning of Christmas. Experience God’s power and love during the Christmas season in a fresh and new…

Joy to the World

Luke 2:10, Do you love Christmas carols? Do they bring a smile to your face? Join us this December as we explore the meaning behind the Christmas season.  We’ll delve into several of our favorite Christmas carols.  As we take a closer look at famous Christmas carols and the truths they reveal about Jesus, we’ll see how these carols remind us to appreciate the true meaning of Christmas. Experience God’s power and love during the Christmas season in a fresh and new way.…

Alive

In many circles today, if you want to be taken seriously, if you want to be considered sophisticated, you cannot believe in the bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ. But any perusal of the first witnesses on that first Sunday will tell you they were anything but gullible. Doubting Thomas demanded physical evidence and Jesus graciously offered it to him. But what brought Thomas to his knees praying, “My Lord and my God!” was not the touching of Jesus’ wounds. It…