Category Archives: Sermons

The Power of Three 08-04-2018

The Church, the School, and the Home are the most powerful tools God uses to develop the human mind, body, and spirit. Developing not just a working relationship but a thriving relationship between the church, school, and home gives God the best opportunity to reach both young and old alike.

~Pastor Nate Elias

He Still Wins 07-28-2018

Daniel 7 take us from the local experiences of the battle between good and evil, seen in the narratives of Daniel 1 – 6, and opens our minds to the cosmic war that is being waged against God and His people. Just as the narratives remind us that no matter the outward appearance, Daniel 7 shows us that God is in control, and He will win!
~Pastor Nate Elias

Freedom 07-14-2018

I believe God created humanity with an innate desire to seek and to have freedom. Freedom to believe, freedom to live, freedom to choose, and freedom from anything that will hinder spiritual growth and keep humanity enslaved in sin. Christ did not die so that we would walk this journey called life yoked to chains called self-doubt, worthlessness, and sin. Christ died so that we could live this life with dignity, peace, love, strength, and freedom. Christ has empowered us to stand in freedom from all that would destroy our lives. At times, that begins in our own head and our own heart. The question is, will you allow Christ’s sacrifice to give you the freedom that your life needs, or will you continue living enslaved with believing you are unworthy of freedom?

~Pastor Tony Montenegro

Dependent Freedom 07-07-2018

For Belshazzar, king of Babylon, God’s Freedom meant dependence that seemed impossible to accept. In God’s plan for the Hebrew captives, Belshazzar, as well as for you and me, God’s freedom is not about independence but rather a change in dependence.
~Pastor Nate Elias

God’s Proposal 06-30-2018

Our worth as God’s children is sometimes forgotten when we are caught up in the failures and mistakes of our lives. We label and identify ourselves based on our failures and allow them to be barriers between us and God. No matter where we are or who we think we are, God has other plans.

~Devin Lilly