Our world longs to hear a word of encouragement. We want someone to come along with a message that affirms who we are, and the last thing we want to hear is a message that offends us. No one wants to be told that their beliefs are flawed, their ambitions are misguided, or that they […]

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The main point of Paul’s sermon at Pisidian Antioch was that “God has brought to Israel a Savior, Jesus, as he promised” (Acts 13:23). He began with a summary of Israel’s history to show that with the coming of Jesus, God had proven faithful to his promises to rescue humanity. But the question remains: How […]

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This week we are taking a break from our sermon series through Isaiah and looking at Paul’s letter to Titus, specifically our conduct toward governing authorities and humanity in general. In this sermon, Pastor Matt calls the church to commend Christ our King to the world as we adorn the gospel of grace which we […]

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In this sermon, Mitch Bedzyk looks at Isaiah 27 and reminds us God will finish what he started. All his promises of salvation and judgment will come to pass in his perfect timing, and nothing will ultimately stand in the way of his glory and the eternal happiness of those who wait for him. Note: […]

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In this Resurrection Sunday message, Pastor Matt shows that for the one who trusts in Jesus, hope is not wishful thinking; it is confident expectation. And what is our hope? It is that that one day, what God did for Jesus on Easter morning, he will do for those united to Christ by faith and […]

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Good Friday isn’t good because it shows us how good we are or how valuable we are to God; Good Friday is good because it shows us the riches of God’s glorious grace and steadfast love toward unworthy and rebellious sinners. In this brief message, pastor Matt reminds us that the love of God in […]

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Over the last few weeks, we’ve been preaching through chapters 13-20 from the book of Isaiah. In this message, Pastor Matt reviews the oracles to the nations that we’ve seen so far and encourages us to trust in and fear the Lord. Note: This sermon was delivered during the COVID-19 pandemic, when our Lord’s Day […]

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Looking to the Lord (Isaiah 17-18)

God’s people were constantly tempted to either fear the surrounding nations, or to trust them for security and prosperity. Ultimately, they were tempted to forget the Lord. For this reason, God gave messages through his prophets to reveal the judgment in store for these godless nations. In this section of Isaiah (chaps. 13-27), he takes […]

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Jesus Christ is Lord of All (Acts 10:34-43)

Having received a vision from God in which all food was declared “clean,”  Peter’s eyes were opened to see the ever-expanding redemption story of God’s love for a people from every nation. Just like all food was pronounced by Christ to be clean for eating, so Peter is to no longer refuse to be among […]

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