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| Mike Biolsi & David Steltz | Acts

An intense encounter for some exorcists.

| Mike Biolsi | Acts

As we continue our time examining the acts of the Holy Spirit, we revisit the city of Ephesus in chapters 18-19.

| David Steltz | Acts

"...one of the most interesting and suggestive incidental narratives in this precious history."

| Mike Biolsi | Acts

Wrapping up Paul's second missionary journey.

| David Steltz | Acts

Introducing chapter 18, the great city of Corinth, and Priscilla and Aquila 

| Mike Biolsi | Acts

God is living, active, present, and knowable.

| Mike Biolsi | Acts

What worthless things do you worship?

| Justin Morris | Misc & Holiday

Introduction to Care Net + Genesis 16:1-13

| David Steltz | Acts

Jealousy & Joy in Pisidian

| Len Flack | Misc & Holiday

Have you ever wanted to pray an imprecatory prayer? What does that mean?

| David Steltz | Acts

Paul's first public sermon.

| Mike Biolsi | Acts

Continuing in Chapter 13

| Mike Biolsi | Acts

Have you ever asked yourself, “Why do I go to Sunday services?”

| David Steltz | Acts

Herod Agrippa I vs. Jesus

| Mike Biolsi | Acts

The Church in Antioch - Acts 11

| David Steltz | Acts

Acts 10 & the Neighborhood

| Mike Biolsi | Misc & Holiday

The New Testament makes no sense without the Old Testament.

| David Steltz | Acts

Philip encounters a man from a different world.

| Mike Biolsi | Acts
| David Steltz | Acts
| Mike Biolsi | Acts

How do you react?

| David Steltz | Acts

Stephen is stoned outside the city while proclaiming the risen Messiah.

| Mike Biolsi | Acts

Growing Pains

| David Steltz | Acts

Ananaias & Sapphira

| Mike Biolsi | Acts

Acts Chapter 4

| David Steltz | Acts

The meaning of Acts chapter 3.

| Mike Biolsi | Acts

What does the church do? This is what we do. 

| Mike Biolsi | Acts

All the Church

| David Steltz | Acts

Acts chapter 2: the day of Pentecost.

| David Steltz | Acts

The good news has been released, and its reach knows no bounds.

| Mike Biolsi | Acts

We all fail. What Jesus does after is amazing!

| David Steltz | Who are we?

Humans living forever? With or without bodies?

| David Steltz | Who are we?

Amazing chunks of mud!

| David Steltz | Who are we?

Who are we? Does this life matter?

Who is Jesus?
| Mike Biolsi | John's Jesus

Grace < Grace < Grace

Who is Jesus?
| Mike Biolsi | John's Jesus

I am confident that I could try to mine all the nuggets of John’s gospel for the rest of my life and still not get it all, but my hope that is that we can discover and least some of the gold that has been presented to us by John. 

Who is Jesus?
| Mike Biolsi | John's Jesus

Our understanding of Jesus is foundational to our faith. Delve into John 1 and see who John describes Jesus as.

| David Steltz | Misc & Holiday

A personal reflection on Jesus, bereft of scripture reading, full of my conversations with AI. Regularly scheduled programming to resume shortly.

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

What do angels, a religious scandal, a bunch of women and a group of soldiers all have in common? They are all part of the last chapter of Matthew’s gospel!

| David Steltz | Matthew

A Life Nuke?

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

So much irony.

| David Steltz | Matthew

We’ll be moving right along in Matthew this morning, picking up towards the end of chapter 26, in verse 57.

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

What would it take for you to lose your faith in God?

| David Steltz | Matthew

Jesus celebrates Passover one last time with his disciples and establishes a new statute for his followers.

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

Matthew 26:1-16

| David Steltz | Matthew

The sheep and goats at the end of the world.

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

Join us as we look at Jesus' teaching on the end of the age and his second coming.

| David Steltz | Matthew

Matthew 25:1-13

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

Join us as we look at Jesus' teaching on the end of the age and his second coming.

| David Steltz | Matthew

Matthew chapter 24

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

A closer look at Matthew chapter 23.

| David Steltz | Matthew

Jesus talks to the crowd about the Pharisees.

| Mike Biolsi | Misc & Holiday

Celebrating the Resurrection of Jesus

| David Steltz | Matthew

Jesus responds to three questions while teaching in the Temple at Jerusalem.

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

What does Jesus have to say to the religious leaders in Jerusalem, and what does it mean?

| David Steltz | Matthew

Why did Jesus throw a tantrum in the temple and lash out at a fig tree?

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

When Jesus enters Jerusalem for the Passover, it was the end of the secret Messiah message and the beginning of the week leading up to his death and resurrection.

| David Steltz | Matthew

Is it fair for God to be generous?

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

Children, rich people, needles, camels... sounds like a bad reality TV show! What does it all mean and does it all relate to eternal life?

| David Steltz | Matthew

Jesus revisits the topic of divorce, addressing some troublemaking Pharisees.

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

How long must we forgive?

| David Steltz | Matthew

Restoration, conflict resolution, and unity.

| David Steltz | Matthew

Who is the greatest?

| David Steltz | Matthew

Jesus's stance on the Jewish Temple Tax.

| David Steltz | Misc & Holiday

A look at the concept of new year, Jewish festivals, and what it means for us.

| David Steltz | Matthew

Have you ever moved a mountain?

| David Steltz | Matthew

A mountain top experience.

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew
| David Steltz | Matthew

Revelation, Rock, and Keys

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew
| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

What is it to be defiled?

| David Steltz | Matthew

In Which Mike & Dave preach together.

| David Steltz | Matthew

In this sermon, David covers the story of Jesus walking on the water and its significance in the context of how water imagery is used all throughout scripture.

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

We continue our narrative in Matthew with what is likely a very familiar miracle. After hearing that John the Baptist was beheaded, he and the disciples get in the boat, head out of town and meet a mob...

| David Steltz | Matthew

Rejection, confusion, drama and Herods.

| David Steltz | Matthew

What is the kingdom of heaven?

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

“Why does evil exist if God is good?”  Is it weakness? Is it apathy? It is mercy?

| David Steltz | Misc & Holiday

What and why is sacrifice?

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

Let the parables begin!

| David Steltz | Matthew

What is Family?

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

More on the Topic of Trees & Fruit

| David Steltz | Matthew

Fulfilled Prophecy and Furious Pharisees

| David Steltz | Matthew

We’re going to dive right into Matthew chapter 12 this morning.

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

How does Jesus draw connections between himself and the wisdom of the Old Testament?

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

God the Father is revealed through God the Son.

| David Steltz | Matthew

Jesus calls out the unfaithfulness of the Jews, but also offers a message of hope and comfort.

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

Have you ever read a passage like this and thought, “That’s random… I think I’ll just keep reading!”

| David Steltz | Matthew

John the Baptist has a question for Jesus.

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

Fear Yahweh.

| David Steltz | Matthew

Jesus gives his disciples some warnings and encouragement.

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

The first commission.

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

An introduction to the next section of teaching.

| David Steltz | Matthew

Four more healing miracles that reveal the identity and purpose of Jesus.

| David Steltz | Matthew

John the Baptist's disciples notice a difference between them and Jesus's disciples.

| David Steltz | Matthew

Tax Collectors & Sinners?

| David Steltz | Misc & Holiday

A celebration of our Lord's resurrection.

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

The second set of miracles prove that Jesus is the Son of God.

| David Steltz | Matthew

In this first of three sections of discipleship teachings, Jesus teaches the cost of discipleship and introduces himself as "The Son of Man"

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

In this first of three sections of miracles, Jesus demonstrates his power over sickness and disease.

| David Steltz | Matthew

An overview of the entire sermon on the hill.

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

The wise man built his house on a rock.

| David Steltz | Matthew

Jesus gives his listeners a serious warning.

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

Before Robert Frost, Jesus had something of his own to say about two roads diverging.

| David Steltz | Matthew

Chapter 7 Verses 7-12

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

Did Jesus forbid us from judging others?

| David Steltz | Matthew

Is Jesus the cure for anxiety?

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

What does it mean to have good eyes or bad eyes, or to be full of light? What does any of that have to do with treasure and wealth?

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

Where are you storing treasure? What kind of treasure can you store in heaven?

| David Steltz | Matthew

What is fasting? Why, how, and when should we fast?

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

When you pray, pray like this.

| David Steltz | Matthew

Genuine Generosity

Christmas
| Mike Biolsi | Misc & Holiday

God wants to be among his creation, and through Jesus all that humanity lost will be restored.

Christmas
| Mike Biolsi | Misc & Holiday

It certainly was NOT a silent night, but it definitely WAS a holy night.

| David Steltz | Matthew

The gift of spiritual disciplines.

| Dr. Tim Kubacki | Misc & Holiday

An eye-opening update from Angola, and a powerful call to compassion.

| David Steltz | Misc & Holiday

Celebrating Thanksgiving as a Christian

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

Justice, revenge, and enemies, oh my!

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

Let your yes be yes and your no be no, and don't presume to be in God's place.

| David Steltz | Matthew

Jesus applies his kingdom mindset to marriage and lust.

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

Are you guilty of hate? While they are NOT the same, they share the same heart condition.

| David Steltz | Matthew

Introduction to the six intensifications (antitheses).

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

Speaking to a mixed crowd, Jesus declares that his followers are salt and light, but what does that mean?

| David Steltz | Matthew
| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

A move to a more populated region, calling some disciples and healing people of all nations begins the work of the Anointed One.

| David Steltz | Matthew

Jesus re-enters the scene as an adult, and it is not what John was expecting!

| David Steltz | Matthew

Meet the new Elijah!

| David Steltz | Matthew

Several different responses to the advent of Christ; how will you respond?

| David Steltz | Matthew

The divine origin of Jesus and the challenges his parents faced.

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

What's in a name? Why does Matthew include this list? What does he want us to know and how does it relate to the rest of his gospel?

| Mike Biolsi | Matthew

A book of the beginning of Jesus Christ, the son of David, the son of Abraham.

| David Steltz | Matthew

An introduction to Matthew's gospel account.

| Mike Biolsi & David Steltz | Misc & Holiday

A review of the entire Old Testament in 45 minutes or less?

| Mike Biolsi | The Prophets & Exile

An overview of our time spent in the Prophets & Exile.

| Mike Biolsi | Elisha

Elisha & The Messiah

| Mike Biolsi | Elisha

Prophets, miracles, and bears, oh my!

| Mike Biolsi | Elisha

Who is Elisha, and why is he important?

| David Steltz | Elijah

Passing the mantle, killing kings, and miraculous whirlwinds!

| David Steltz | Elijah

Elijah travels to Sinai to meet with God.

| David Steltz | Elijah

Child dedication and Elijah part 2 of 4.

| David Steltz | Sermons

Join us for one last stop in the prophets as we discover Elijah's incredible story!

| Mike Biolsi | Nehemiah

The story of Nehemiah is the story of Israel, and of all humanity.

| David Steltz | Nehemiah

Renewal. The goal of Nehemiah was to rebuild more than a wall, it was to rebuild the people of God.

| David Steltz | Nehemiah

The Building Begins

| Mike Biolsi | Misc & Holiday

Message & Child Dedication

| David Steltz | Nehemiah

Trust God. Don't be foolish. Pray a lot.

| Mike Biolsi | Nehemiah

A Time to Build

| Mike Biolsi & David Steltz | Ezra

The power of confession and repentance.

| David Steltz | Ezra
| Mike Biolsi | Esther

Fortunes change and the plot takes a twist with an unusual parade in the city square. 

| Mike Biolsi | Esther

From banquet to bust or feast to fast - the "destiny" of the Jews changes with one event. 

| Mike Biolsi | Esther

A jewish orphan girl is selected by the king of Persia to become queen of the greatest empire of its time? 

| David Steltz | Ezra

Rebuilding, opposition, joy, and...fulfillment?

| Mike Biolsi | Ezra

There is nothing quite like going home... but sometimes things are not how we remember them. 

| David Steltz | Isaiah

One of these things is not like the others...

| Mike Biolsi | The Prophets & Exile

100 decisions a day, and all of them allow us to live out the calling we have in Jesus.

| Mike Biolsi | The Prophets & Exile

It is one thing to live for God when things are good... but what about when things get bad?

| Mike Biolsi | The Prophets & Exile

The relationship between two intertwined and contrasting aspects of Isaiah's message.

| David Steltz | Isaiah

The relationship between two intertwined and contrasting aspects of Isaiah's message.

| Mike Biolsi | Isaiah

We have so much to be thankful for - we sometimes just need a reminder of the tune so we can sing the song of thankfulness.

| David Steltz | Misc & Holiday

The Christmas Story

| David Steltz | Isaiah

Trees, stumps, roots, shoots, plants & gardens!

| Mike Biolsi | Isaiah

In our second message on the Messiah and the Christmas season we look at Isaiah 9  and the promise of one who will restore the Eden ideal. 

| David Steltz | Isaiah

A well-known prophecy...but how well do you really know it?

| Mike Biolsi | Isaiah

The prophets provide a window into the divine and Isaiah provides a panorama into the heavenly in chapter 6.

| Mike Biolsi | Isaiah

Setting up the book of Isaiah

| David Steltz | The Prophets & Exile

A new covenant, a new hope.

| Mike Biolsi | The Prophets & Exile

What was the role of the prophets, how do they fit into the big picture story of the Bible and what makes Jeremiah unique?

| Mike Biolsi | Jonah

Jonah is not really a kid's story; it is a prophetic word that is amazingly written. Join us and examine the patterns, repetitions, and other literary devices the author uses to encourage the readers to go deeper. 

| David Steltz | Jonah

See how each chapter of Jonah correlates to Jesus & the New Testament.

| Mike Biolsi | Jonah

Not only is Jonah a historical narrative, it is also an allegorical look at the nation Israel during Jonah's time.

| Mike Biolsi | Jonah

In a society that wants justice, recompense and protection, where does mercy fit in?

| David Steltz | Jonah

It's not about the fish, it's about the prayer, but this beautifully poetic prayer is missing something...

| Mike Biolsi | Jonah

It's not about the fish, it's about the prayer, but this beautifully poetic prayer is missing something...

| David Steltz | Jonah

Join us as we study this prophetic narrative about a poetic prophet.

| Mike Biolsi | Reflections on Exile

Join us as we deconstruct some modern constructs so that we can reconstruct them Biblically. This week's topic is "preaching".

| Mike Biolsi | Reflections on Exile

Join us as we deconstruct some modern constructs so that we can reconstruct them Biblically. This week's topic is "scripture".

| Mike Biolsi | Reflections on Exile

Join us as we deconstruct some modern constructs so that we can reconstruct them Biblically. This week's topic is "church".

| Mike Biolsi | The Prophets & Exile

“What’s in it for me?” 

| David Steltz | The Prophets & Exile

Should a human try to cheat God?

| Mike Biolsi | The Prophets & Exile

If you have ever wondered about the seeming injustices of life, you are not alone. However, God is still a just God and we should be careful not to impose our standard of justice upon him. 

| David Steltz | The Prophets & Exile

The people of God are in a covenant relationship with God, and marriage is a symbol of that. It is also a covenant that God expects us to keep and honor.

| Mike Biolsi & David Steltz | The Prophets & Exile

The people fo God, and especially the leaders, are made to honor God. 

| Mike Biolsi & David Steltz | The Prophets & Exile

Why study the prophets? Who are they? Today we dive into Malachi.

| Mike Biolsi & David Steltz | Daniel

One small act of faith for a man, one giant messianic image for mankind.

| Mike Biolsi & David Steltz | Daniel

The rise and fall of kingdoms in God's epic storyline

| Mike Biolsi & David Steltz | Daniel

Another dream...but this time the interpretation is terrifying and bizarre! Learn how it still applies to us today.

| Mike Biolsi | Daniel

Living for what you believe in means taking a stand even if others expect you to bow.

| Mike Biolsi & David Steltz | Daniel

What was it like for God's people living in Exile?

| Mike Biolsi & David Steltz | The Prophets & Exile

The unraveling of Israel...and God's compassion.

| Mike Biolsi & David Steltz | Misc & Holiday

What does it really mean to fear the Lord?

| Mike Biolsi & David Steltz | Get Wise

The Wisdom Books

| Mike Biolsi & David Steltz | Get Wise

The Failure of Solomon

| Mike Biolsi & David Steltz | Get Wise

The temple's preperation, building process, dedication, and God's response.

| Mike Biolsi & David Steltz | Get Wise

A Real Wise Guy

| Mike Biolsi & David Steltz | Get Wise

Introduction to Solomon

| David Steltz | Misc & Holiday

Easter Sunday Celebration

| Mike Biolsi & David Steltz | Your Kingdom Come

Sharing our testimonies of God's grace in our lives

| Mike Biolsi & David Steltz | Your Kingdom Come

Blessing Others

| Mike Biolsi & David Steltz | Your Kingdom Come

Looking for the activity of God

| Mike Biolsi | Your Kingdom Come

How to make sure that we live for the right things - the things God created us for and re-created us for. 

| David Steltz | The Life of David

King David's terrible decisions result in a tarnished reputation and familial dysfunction.

| David Steltz | The Life of David

A covenant between God and David, connecting his story to that of the whole Bible.

| Mike Biolsi | The Life of David

Dancing, singing and death?

| David Steltz | The Life of David

David's rise and Saul's demise...and for us, an attitude check.

| David Steltz | The Life of David

A look at the well-known and powerful story of David vs. Goliath

| David Steltz | The Life of David

An introduction to the up-and-coming replacement to Saul: the shepherd boy David.

| Mike Biolsi | Misc & Holiday

Of all the miracles and wonders that God performed, the greatest one is the work he does in drawing us to Him and giving us a new life with a new purpose. 

| Mike Biolsi | Misc & Holiday

A New Year often brings up a focus on the future, but to look forward with the right perspective we need to look back first. 

| Mike Biolsi & David Steltz | Jesus and the Kingdom

When Jesus began his ministry he proclaimed that the kingdom og God was near. What did that mean then and why does it matter today?

| Mike Biolsi | Jesus and the Kingdom

One of the names of the Messiah, the King of the Jews is Immaneul which means, "God with us". What does taht really mean and how does it change the history of the world?

| Mike Biolsi & David Steltz | Jesus and the Kingdom

God made predictions and promises for hundrends of years regarding a king that would restore His kingdom. All of them are fulfilled in the Messiah.

| Mike Biolsi & David Steltz | Jesus and the Kingdom

Saul was the first king of Israel... but he was certainly not the best. Check out the comparison of the first king and THE king of the Jews.

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

Sometimes we settle for so much less than God intended because we depend on the physical and not on faith. 

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

We love the mercy and grace of God, but they cannot exist apart from the justice and discipline of God. We must learn to value both, and properly fear and love God. 

| David Steltz | What is the Church?

Can you recognize God's voice when he speaks?

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

Why does God allow bad things to happen to good people? Is that even the right question to ask?

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

To follow God means to tust him as the source of truth and not allow culture and comfort to influence our faith and service.  

| David Steltz | What is the Church?

The fact that a perfect God would choose to use imperfect and flawed people to accomplish his mission is proof that he is a God of grace. 

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

What is the cause of the decline of a nation? How do we prevent it? 

| David Steltz | What is the Church?

A review of the Bible's story through the book of Joshua, and an introduction to the book of Judges

| Mike Biolsi | #proveit

How would you define prayer in your life? Is it your go-to for all matters or life, or the last resort when you have exhausted every thing else?

| Mike Biolsi | #proveit

The way that we live and how we love are crucial for the Christian because our lives are meant to reflect the Spirit of God that dwells inside of us. 

| Mike Biolsi | #proveit

There is a battle for the throne of your life, and the opposition is not from the outside.

| Mike Biolsi | Ordinances

What is baptism? Why and how do we baptize? Who should be baptized?

| Mike Biolsi | #proveit

What do teachers and tongues have in common? Both can be good or bad depending on the heart.

| Mike Biolsi | #proveit

Our lives are meant to display our faith, and even more, to display God to the world around us.

| Mike Biolsi | #proveit

Favor, favorite, favoritism. They sounds similar but can be very different. What does it mean to show favoritism and how can it be a problem?

| Mike Biolsi | #proveit

Temptations and testing should always lead to obedience to God and his Word. But what motivates us to persevere through the tests and resist the temptations?

| Mike Biolsi | #proveit

We all face temptations. The point of our passage this morning is to help us understand more about temptation and how to overcome it.

| Mike Biolsi | #proveit

Though we all desire to grow, we are not always thrilled at the process of growth, right? Understanding the outcome of trials and testing can help us appreciate and find joy in the process.

| Mike Biolsi | #proveit

There is nothing wrong with being skeptical! However, when confronted with the truth of our sinfulness and Jesus sacrifice for us, our response should be one of wholehearted commitment.

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

God keeps His promises. God is faithful. His ways are not our ways and His timing is often not our timing, but his faithfulness endures forever.

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

We often think of legacy as that which others will remember about us, but there is something bigger that we should be focusing on.

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

The more we learn about God and his mission, the bigger God becomes and the greater our alegiance to Him should be.

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

Strength is not just measured by muscle, but also by character and faith. What does it take to be strong in those areas of life?

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

Men, we have a calling to refelct God to our friends, family and communities, and that means we need to be the leaders that God has called us to be. 

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

Actions speak louder than words, so it is important that we, as followers of Jesus, don't just talk the talk, but prove we believe it by our actions. 

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

Rebels. Each of us is one, or was one. How does a just and holy God deal with rebels? With wrath and grace.

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

You cannot have a healthy relationship without trust. God can be trusted, but do you trust him? 

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

What do you crave? Discontentment distorts reality and keeps us from following God. 

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

When the work that God calls us to is hard, do we complain or do we count it a blessing to be partners with God?

| Mike Biolsi | Misc & Holiday

One of those 'churchy" words that we really don't use today. What does it mean and how can the meaning change our perspective?

| Tim Kubacki | Misc & Holiday

If Jesus can heal a blind man and bring glory to the Father with mud and spit, imagine what He can do with you and me!

| Mike Biolsi | Misc & Holiday

To be a Jesus-Follower means we need to do the things Jesus did. That means loving people the way He did. 

| Mike Biolsi | eikon

Easter? How about Reconciliation Day? What is the reason for Jesus coming to earth? 

| Mike Biolsi | eikon

What do we do when people are mean to us or hurt us? Do we bless them or try to take revenge? What would Jesus do?

| Mike Biolsi | eikon

I know we all feel blessed by God, but have you ever wondered WHY God blesses us?

| Mike Biolsi | eikon

What does it mean that you and I were made in the image of God and how should it affect the way that we live each day?

| Len Flack | Misc & Holiday

Our identity does not come from our family, job or education but from our relationship with God and each other through the saving work of Jesus.

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

The grace of God is awesome. But living in such a way that we need to experience that grace all the time is not healthy. What if we lived for the blessing of God instead?

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

How do you react when someone fails you? Perhaps a better questions is, "How does God treat us when we fail him?"

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

I really don't like tests, do you? Did you know that God tests us?

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

The covenant, sacrifices, journey up the mountain, bowing in worship... all of these led up to one huge event - a meal with God.

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

Really? God's mission in Ten Words? Yeah, but it's not what you think, in more ways than one.

| Mike Biolsi | The Joy of Repentance

True repentance is not a one time act, but an ongoing action. We do to do things to earn God's favor. We have God's favor because of Jesus and that is why we must have actions that demonstrate repentance.

| Mike Biolsi | The Joy of Repentance

Is the word "repentance" one that you love or despise? Does it bring joy to your heart? Repentance is one of the many actions that demonstrate the amazing graciousness and blessings of God.

| David Steltz | Misc & Holiday

Sure you know the 10 Commandments, but do you recognize this as one of them?

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

Reflection is healthy. Reflection without action can be dangerous. What will you resolve to do or become in 2019?

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

We often refer to our burning bush experiences, but that might not be a good thing. We are created for mission - are we willing to go or full of excuses?

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

Are you a chronic complainer? Do you see yourself as a vactim? What if you knew that there was a purpose behind it all that would enventually work out for good?

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

We can make our kids eat their viggies, but we cannot make them love God. 

| David Steltz | What is the Church?

What keeps us from totally trusting God and being willing to do whatever he wants? What price tag is too high to pay?

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

What keeps us from totally trusting God and being willing to go wherever he leads us?

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

God wipes out mankind, all except Noah. He does a total reboot of mankind. Now what?

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

“The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree”. When you hear that, what comes to mind?

| Brandon Owen | What is the Church?

Jesus was not plan B, He was THE PLAN all along. Follow the mission from Genesis to Revelation.

| Joe Moran | Misc & Holiday

Pastor Joe Moran from Indian River Baptist church shared the message at our annual association meeting.

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

We often focus on the fall of man and the punishment that follows. Have you ever really taken the time to examine God's response to our rebellion?

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

If we are created to represent God and have relationship with him, what happens if we choose not to?

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

To understand the mission of God we have to start in the beginning. Genesis. 

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

All of life exists to declare the supremacy of God. Do you believe that? When you do, it changes everything. 

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

Weddings are beautiful times of covenants. Imagine having the perfect groom who cherishes you enough to pay dearly for you.

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

As a church, the way we love is the way that love has been demonstrated to us.

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

Every family has certain guidelines and ground rules that help it to function. The church is the same, and Jesus made them very easy to understand.

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

What emotions, events and thoughts come to mind when you think of family? God being us into his family and it changes the way we view what it means to be the church.

| Mike Biolsi | What is the Church?

What differences come to mind when you think of the words building and body? 

| David Steltz | Ordinances

A look at the pattern of chaotic Water as a metaphor throughout the Bible, and how it relates to baptism.

| Mike & Len | Misc & Holiday

The mission is much bigger than we are. To accomplish it, we must focus on the Kingdom and on partnerships.

| Conrad Hoshall | God Speaks

God speaks through our circumstances but to hear Him will prabably take some adjustments on our part.

| Mike Biolsi | God Speaks

God speaks through prayer. Be focused, intentional and willing to listen.

| David Steltz | God Speaks

God speaks through the chuch. Be connected to other believers in relationship, discipleship, and communication.

| Len Flack | God Speaks

God Speaks through the Bible, His written word, revealing Himself and transforming His people.

| Mike Biolsi | Misc & Holiday

What do a soldier, an athelete and a farmer all have in common? Don't just live life... live for what really matters. 

The Church Identity
| Len Flack | The Church

Christ seeks to redeem His church through grace, rescuing us from sin and death, and reforming the way we live.

The Church Identity
| Len Flack | The Church

Christ's love for His Church is the ultimate example of unselfish, generous, sacrificial love. We love because He first loved us!

The Church Identity
| Len Flack | The Church

What is a church? Is it a building, or is it something else entirely? Today we look at 1 Peter 2:1-12 and identify four aspects of the church's identity.

| Mike Biolsi | Misc & Holiday

God is light. Jesus is light. WE are called to be light to the world.

| Pastor Len Flack | Misc & Holiday

The law cannot justify us, but it is good because it points to the One who can make us right with God, and remove our guilt and shame.

| Pastor Len Flack | Misc & Holiday

Go and Tell Them! - If you're a follower of Christ, you've got a grace story to share with others.

| Pastor Len Flack | Misc & Holiday

In Psalms 42 & 43 we find practical encouragement for seasons of spiritual depression and conflict.

| Thomas Sherwood | Misc & Holiday

What is prayer to you? It is a one way conversation or two way communion?

| Misc & Holiday

Could you use some joy in your life? A Word centered life is the best way.

| Thomas Sherwood | Misc & Holiday

The new year is a time to look back and see what we need to remember and what is important. Do you walk with God?

| Mike Biolsi | Misc & Holiday

In order to be like Jesus, we need to know what Jesus came to earth to do.

| SIGNS of an Active Faith

Our faith is meant to be active, not passive. One sign that my faith is active is that I am sharing the good news with others. 

| SIGNS of an Active Faith

Our faith is meant to be active, not passive. One sign that my faith is active is that I am connected to God and others. 

| SIGNS of an Active Faith

Our faith is meant to be active, not passive. One sign that my faith is active is that I am rooted in Christ as evidenced by the actions of my life. 

| SIGNS of an Active Faith

Our faith is meant to be active, not passive. One sign that my faith is active is that I am honoring God and blessing others with my resources. 

| SIGNS of an Active Faith

Our faith is meant to be active, not passive. One sign that my faith is active is that I am Serving others the way Jesus did. 

| Len Flack | The Five Solas

God offers us salvation by grace through faith in Jesus Christ, all for the glory of God! But what is God's glory, and how does it impact us?

| Len Flack | The Five Solas

Salvation is in Christ alone, and this morning we expand our study on the person and work of Jesus.

| Len Flack | The Five Solas

By faith in Christ we are justified, and by faith we are also sanctified, day-by-day.

| Len Flack | The Five Solas

Grace is receiving favor and blessing that you are not owed. Salvation is God's ultimate example.

| Len Flack | The Five Solas

The Bible is a unique library of sixty-six books, which comprise the written word of God. It is our supreme standard for life and faith.

| David & Len | Coram Deo

We were craeted to pursue, appreciate and reflect the beauty of God.

| David & Len | Coram Deo

How would you define "goodness" and how does that impact the way that you live?

| David & Len | Coram Deo

To live a Coram Deo lifestyle, one of the first things we need to do is to embrace genuine truth.

| Mike & Len | Jonah

The end of the book is not the end of the story... but part of another story that includes you and me.

| Mike & Len | Jonah

God's heart is for lost people. Our hearts can sometimes be very difference. How is your heart?

| Mike & Len | Jonah

How do you handle rebuke? Do you get angry or do you change?

| Mike & Len | Jonah

When we are running from God, even our prayers are messed up. The great news is that God still hears them.

| Mike & Len | Jonah

How do you respond when God directs you in a way that you are not happy about?

| Conrad Hoshall | Misc & Holiday

From the beginning of tike, God's plan has been to save the whole world.

| David Steltz | Misc & Holiday

Where do you get your identity from? Check out what God thinks of you and all that He does for you.

| Pastor Len Flack | #Really?

We've heard it said, "God wants me to be happy." Is that #REALLY true?

| Pastor Len Flack | #Really?

We've heard it, but is it true and is it Biblical? Find out if you should never put off for tomorrow what you can do today.

| Pastor Len Flack | #Really?

We've heard it, but is it true, and is it Biblical? Find out if God only helps those who help themselves.

| Pastor Len Flack | Pray Like This

Instead of merely asking God for forgiveness when we sin, we also ask God to help us avoid getting into situations where we might sin.

| Pastor Len Flack | Pray Like This

If we're going to pray for forgiveness, we need to acknowledge that we need it, trust that God will provide it, and be willing to share it with others.

| Pastor Len Flack | Pray Like This

God is gracious, and provides abundantly for His people. We should not hesitate to ask God for His help, and our prayers should reflect that He is the source of all the good gifts and blessings we have in our lives.

| Pastor Len Flack | Pray Like This

The world needs a revolution, a massive shift towards the Kingdom of God. This revolution has already started in Christ, but it won't be complete until He finishes His redemptive work.

| Pastor Len Flack | Pray Like This

Today we begin a series of messages from Matthew 6, examining how to pray. God is our loving Father, and he delights to hear from His children!

| Pastor Len Flack | Misc & Holiday

The commandments of God are not meant to be burdensome, but we can only obey if we are empowered by the Holy Spirit.

| Misc & Holiday

In this world we WILL have troubles. Jesus said so. The good news is that the best life is yet to come...

| Pastor Len Flack | 1 Corinthians - Life in the Body

As we conclude our series in 1 Corinthians, Paul shows us three final areas of life in which followers of Christ should be living for God's glory.

| Misc & Holiday

Often, our belief in Jesus is the culmination of a process. Check our how John describes this process.

| Pastor Len Flack | 1 Corinthians - Life in the Body

Following our Easter celebration we wrap up our time in 1 Cor 15 by examining four essential truths about the Resurrection.

| Pastor Len Flack | 1 Corinthians - Life in the Body

Christ is risen! But why does that matter, and what does it mean for us today?

| Pastor Len Flack | Misc & Holiday

As we gather to worship a week before Easter Sunday, we consider the events in the life of Christ which led up to His death, burial, and ressurection.

| Pastor Len Flack | Misc & Holiday

We're told to not trust in the governmental leaders of this world for eternal things, but rather to go to the King of Kings for our salvation and provision.

| Pastor Len Flack | 1 Corinthians - Life in the Body

Gifts must be used to build up the body, to promote understanding and communication, and in a decent and orderly way.

| Pastor Len Flack | 1 Corinthians - Life in the Body

Loving others, even if we've been hurt, is is to reflect Christ's character.

| Pastor Len Flack | 1 Corinthians - Life in the Body

We can get tangled up in debates over spiritual gifts, but is that why Paul wrote this chapter? 

| Pastors Len Flack & Mike Biolsi | TGC - The Great Comission

Lifestyle evangelism... is it enough? You need both words and actions to have a true witness for Jesus.

| Pastors Len Flack & Mike Biolsi | TGC - The Great Comission

As Christ-followers we miss many opportunities to share Jesus, mainly because we are not ready. Learn how to be ready to share your faith. 

| Pastor Mike Biolsi | TGC - The Great Comission

Have you believed the lie? Find out what Jesus says about evangelism.

| Pastor Len Flack | TGC - The Great Comission

To embrace a missionary life we need to know what the Great Commission is, who it applies to, and why we'd want to participate.

| Pastor Len Flack | 1 Corinthians - Life in the Body

Multiple times a year we recite 1 Corinthians 11:23-26 as we observe the Lord's Supper. However, there was a specific reason Paul brought it up to the Corinthian church. Today we learn from the larger context of the chapter, and partake in Communion together.

| Pastor Len Flack | 1 Corinthians - Life in the Body

Men and women are meant to participate in the gathered worship of Christ. However, we must ensure that our conduct and appearance is in keeping with God's teaching on authority and roles within the church and family.

| Pastor Len Flack | 1 Corinthians - Life in the Body

Paul tells us that all things are lawful, but not all things are helpful. We have great liberty in Christ, but with that comes a responsibility to do all things to the Glory of God.

| Pastor Len Flack | 1 Corinthians - Life in the Body

Ever met somoneone who "says" they are a Christian but they don't live like it?

| Pastor Len Flack | 1 Corinthians - Life in the Body

We are all celled to be ministers of the gospel and we are called to love others.

| Pastor Len Flack | Misc & Holiday

It is a new year - so what does that mean for you and your relaitionship wtih God? Have you allowed Him to put a new song in your heart?

| Pastors Mike Biolsi & Len Flack | Christmas Playlist

We all have our favorite Christmas playlists that we pull out after Thanksgiving. But the FIRST playlist can be found in Luke 1 & 2.

| Pastors Mike Biolsi & Len Flack | Christmas Playlist

We all have our favorite Christmas playlists that we pull out after Thanksgiving. But the FIRST playlist can be found in Luke 1 & 2.

| Pastors Mike Biolsi & Len Flack | Christmas Playlist

We all have our favorite Christmas playlists taht we pull out after Thanksgiving. But the FIRST playlist can be found in Luke 1.

| Pastors Mike Biolsi & Len Flack | Christmas Playlist

We all have our favorite Christmas playlists taht we pull out after Thanksgiving. But the FIRST playlist can be found in Luke 1.

| Pastor Mike Biolsi | Misc & Holiday

It seems that many people are lacking peace and are afraid of disaster. Perhaps, it is partially because we have lost sight of common sense and discernment.

| Pastor Len Flack | Misc & Holiday

What are you thinkful for?

| Pastor Len Flack | Misc & Holiday

Today we look at Proverbs 2 to discover the value, purpose, and source of true spiritual wisdom, and how it’s meant to lead us toward godly lives in Christ.

| Pastor Len Flack | Misc & Holiday

From the beginning of creation, we have been designed to be better together - at work, home & church.

| Pastor Len Flack | 1 Corinthians - Life in the Body

We are all celled to be ministers of the gospel and we are called to love others. What does this look like in light of our realtionships?

| Pastor Len Flack | 1 Corinthians - Life in the Body

For relationships to be healthy, whether work, family or church, they require a heart that is obedient to God and that is content with His leading.

| Pastor Len Flack | 1 Corinthians - Life in the Body

Paul calls us to see marriage as a permanent, life-long covenant, meant for holiness. However, there may be a few legitimate reasons for divorce.

| Pastor Len Flack | 1 Corinthians - Life in the Body

In 1 Corinthians 7:1-9, Paul discusses marriage and singleness, and explains that both are a gift from God..

| Pastor Len Flack | Misc & Holiday

In 1 John 5:1-5 we find four marks of a faithful Christian: Genuine faith in Jesus, Love for God and others, obedience to God's commands, and overcoming the obstacles of the world.

| Pastor Len Flack | Misc & Holiday

Generosity is a funny thing. It’s one of those virtues that generally speaking we all tend to appreciate, but it can also be hard, at times, to practice it.

| Pastor Len Flack | Misc & Holiday

Generosity is a funny thing. It’s one of those virtues that generally speaking we all tend to appreciate, but it can also be hard, at times, to practice it.

| Pastor Mike Biolsi | Misc & Holiday

Communion connects us to the Passover, and the cup of wine that Jesus had... or was it cups? And why are these cups not mentioned in Exodus?

| Pastors Len & Mike | Ruth

Hard work, awkward moments and "chance" connections round up act two of our drama.

| Pastors Len & Mike | Ruth

The drama begins with famine, death and crying - and leaves the main character, Naomi, feeling thwarted by the God she trusts.

| Pastor Len Flack | 1 Corinthians - Life in the Body

Following up on last week's message, we continue to discuss the topic of church discipline. The second reason we practice church discipline is for the good of the church body as a whole.

| Pastor Len Flack | 1 Corinthians - Life in the Body

We practice church discipline for a number of reasons: The first reason we practice it is for the good of the individual.

| Pastor Len Flack | 1 Corinthians - Life in the Body

Quit thinking of yourself so highly, and to instead imitate his selfless and humble pursuit of Christ's Gospel work in the world.

| Pastor Len Flack | 1 Corinthians - Life in the Body

Followers of Christ will face criticism and judgement from other people, themselves, and God. However only the Lord is fully right and just, so we should seek to be faithful in serving him.

| Pastor Mike Biolsi | Misc & Holiday

Communion connects us to the Passover, and the perfect spotless Lamb that was sacrificed to free us from death to live a new life of hope.

| Pastor Len Flack | 1 Corinthians - Life in the Body

The church can avoid division by seeking to be united together in holiness, as we seek to complete the Great Commission work that Christ has given us.

| Pastor Len Flack | 1 Corinthians - Life in the Body

Christ is the solid foundation on which we ought to build our lives and faith. That said, we must take care in how we build, so that our efforts will have lasting effect.

| Pastor Len Flack | 1 Corinthians - Life in the Body

We need a balanced approach toward ministries while looking to God to give spiritual growth in the church.

| Pastor Len Flack | 1 Corinthians - Life in the Body

Living in the flesh, and not growing in our faith, is unhealthy and hinders our missional impact on the world.

| Pastor Len Flack | Misc & Holiday

After three days in the tomb Jesus rose again conquering death, proving he was who he said he was, and offering us new life in him.

| Pastor Len Flack | Misc & Holiday

Christ is King over all, yet he chose to die in our place to pay the debt of sin, and renew our relationship with God.

| Pastor Len Flack | 1 Corinthians - Life in the Body

While spiritual truths are foolishness to the natural man, the Holy Spirit reveals wisdom and gives understanding to the believer.

| Pastor Len Flack | 1 Corinthians - Life in the Body

Spiritual wisdom is revealed from God, and points to His sovereignty. It’s misunderstood by the world, but empowers the lives of the believer.

| Pastor Len Flack | 1 Corinthians - Life in the Body

Followers of Christ should keep their focus on the Gospel as they share their faith with the world, trusting God for the outcome.

| Pastor Len Flack | 1 Corinthians - Life in the Body

We're meant to find ultimate satisfaction not in our own worldly standing, but in who we are in Christ, and in what He’s accomplished on our behalf.

| Pastor Len Flack | 1 Corinthians - Life in the Body

The message of Christ can seem like foolishness to many, yet it’s the power of God for salvation.

| Pastor Len Flack | 1 Corinthians - Life in the Body

Instead of dividing over personal preferences, we should find solidarity in the one thing we hold in common: our confession of faith in Jesus.

| Pastor Len Flack | 1 Corinthians - Life in the Body

Every church is made up of imperfect people. Nevertheless, there is much to be thankful for! God is faithful to sustain us even when we don’t “have it all together.”