Here's our Summer Sermon Series. I encouraged everyone to read a chapter a day from Luke, and then Acts. What a great way to really read the story of Jesus, and the early Christian Church, all together!
Here's one of the more challenging things we've tried. It's a review of the whole Bible in two weeks. I hope this might give a framework on how to read the Bible as passages and stories becoming challenging as you read them.
Here's our sermon series focusing on the "scary" idea of being Evangelists. The National Covenant church gave some great resources using the story of Jesus sending out the 72 Disciples as a guide (Luke 10). I hope this might encourage you to see yourself as an evangelist, as difficult as that might appear to be.
Guest Preacher Michael Thomas shares the word as well as a bit of a his vision for Radiant Covenant Church.
A sermon series on the Lost stories of the Bible: The Lost Coin, the Lost Sheep, and the Lost Sons. If you've ever felt lost in your life, we hope this series connects with you.
Here's our Easter message from 2013. We hope that it brings you closer to knowing and believing in the risen Jesus!
For this season of Lent, we're looking at the 5 Core Values that help define Hope Covenant Church. We don't think we're the only church to live out these values, but we do feel that how we live out these 5 specifically is what helps make us unique as a Christian community.
Here's a tough message that comes at us a number of times in Scripture - the call to keep a Sabbath. It's a challenge in our world today, but one I think we need to consider more and more as our "rest" isn't proving to be enough.
To start the new year this is a series on Light as told by the Bible. We beegin by seeing Jesus as the Light, the first light to come into the world. And then we are challenged to reflect His light into the world around us.
This is what I shared following the shooting in Newtown, Connecticut. I hope you find it helpful
This Advent and Christmas season we look at some of the most well known stories leading up to Jesus' birth and see the amazing Crossroads they faced and took in that time.
You'll also find the Christmas Eve sermon here, as well as a sermon on Angels done right after Christmas.
A three week series looking at some of the great names for Jesus. These are names, or titles, that get used often, but do we always recognize the impact of what they mean?
Here's our financial series, trying to get us all to ask some of the tough questions that come from God's advice on Money.
Here's our series on the story of Jonah: A whale of a story. All thanks to Mike Howerton for spurring on the idea.
Here are our occasional sermons on some of the tough readings from Matthew.
This is our Summer series on Paul's letter to the Philippians. It begins with a dramatic presentation of the whole letter being shared as a monologue, and then moves on to individual sermons on specific passages of this great letter.
Here's our Sermon series on the Psalms. We're pairing this with reading a Psalm a day for the summer. Should be a great and creative way to hear what God has to say through these amazing texts.
Here's our latest sermon series. It comes from the idea of Christian Apologetics, which is basically being able to answer questions about your faith.
Here's our latest sermon series. The first message didn't record fully live in church, so I had to re-record it later. You can tell the difference, and I'm not as funny on Monday as I am on Sunday, but I thought it was worth doing all the same.
Here's our message from Easter. Knowing me, you had to expect a Movie reference, right?
Our latest series, on what has been called "The Jesus Creed" - that is: You should love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, all your mind, and all your strength. And Love your neighbor as yourself. No other commandment is greater than these.
Here's our brief Sermon Series on Joshua. Enjoy :)
Our Sermon from Souper Bowl Sunday - on being the Hands and Feet of Christ
Our sermon series for the month of January, with thanks to Criag Groeschel
Here's our Advent sermon from December 4th. The closing prayer got cut a little bit, so feel free to add your own :)
Next is the Sermon from the 18th. It was done as the conclusion to a 3 part drama acted out through the service. Sorry we couldn't film the drama - it really was the best part of the message!
And finally our message from Christmas Eve! Enjoy, and have a very, merry Christmas!
Here's the latest sermon. If you listen to the end you get just a bit of Sarah on the recording as well, which may be the highlight of the whole thing :)
Here are our first sermons.