We are glad to have you check out some of our most recent sermons that capture our desire as a church to "Know Jesus and Make Him Known".

Nov 6, 2022

Last week we talked about a number of reasons discipleship has deteriorated in the church. This week we talk about some of the elements that would be present in a church that WAS doing a good job as discipleship. We invite you to click and listen.

Oct 23, 2022

Pastor Tyrone finishes his message about working out our salvation in fear and trembling. He explains what that means and how we should be engaged in the process.

Oct 9, 2022

Most people do not like conflict. Yet, the Bible calls us, at times, to admonish one another. What is that? What does that look like and why should it be a “ministry of the church? Check out this message and learn why you should engage in the “Ministry of Admonishment.”

Oct 3, 2022

The Bible says we are to “work out” our salvation in fear and trembling. To do that should be visible. It should be passionate. It should be others centered. The enemy of working out our salvation is complacency and comfort. Listen as pastor Tyrone brings a message to stir up the saints!

Sep 18, 2022

We talk a great deal about the grace and mercy and love of God…as we should. However, we tend to shy away from talking about the justice, the discipline of God. However, it is clearly part of the message in the book of Hosea and in much of the rest of the Bible. 

This morning’s message is to help us maintain a “balance” in greatly appreciating the grace and mercy of God, but understanding that, although he is very patient, if we continue to violate him, there will be consequences.

Sep 12, 2022

Twenty-one years ago, the United States was rocked by the events of 9/11. But it might be fair to say the US had grown complacent. Our culture was moving in some very negative directions morally and socially. We were shaken up!

Jesus writes to the church at Laodicea and accuses them of being complacent, apathetic, lukewarm. The church today seems to be in a similar position. The church is looking more and more like the culture rather than speaking the truth of God’s word to it. This message speaks to the issues that Jesus called out.

Sep 09, 2022

If you were to look up the definition for “Fireproof” you would find: capable of resisting damage by fire; to make resistant to fire. We put ourselves at risk when we stay outside of God’s principles and plan for our lives. However, if we want to be in a strong, healthy relationship with the Lord, we must  come to him in humility and confession. We can then fireproof our lives. It doesn’t mean we can’t get “burned” but we are in a much better position to resist those temptations that can burn us.


The key…faithfulness to a God who pursues us!!

Aug 14, 2022

There are a lot of phrases, statements, or beliefs that people have that are attributed to the Bible, but may or may not really be communicated in the Bible. A frequent statement heard among Christians is that God’s love is unconditional. In this message we explore that. Is it really true? Does the Bible state anywhere that we receive God’s love, the benefits of His love…without condition. Why don’t you give this weeks message a listen and find out.

Aug 7, 2022

It is not unusual to say that there are many paths to God or that all religions are basically the same and just different ways to get to the same place. But, is that true. In today’s message, we will explore this issue from a Biblical perspective and discover what Jesus said that makes Christianity so unique

July 31, 2022

This is a frequent refrain that is heard from Christians and non-Christians alike. But…is it true?  Like so many saying we hear (i.e. God helps those who help themselves), although they may have a connection to the Bible, they are not necessarily true. Join us in this message to see how this saying comes about and if it is supported by scripture.

July 17, 2022

This week we take a look at Elijah as our final Old Testament hero. And we see that after having a major spiritual victory, he experiences a spiritual let down.

But God teaches him...and us...a valuable lesson about listening to and experiencing God.

June 26, 2022

This morning’s message is about Samson. And although you may have heard great things about him in Sunday school class, he really was a man of weak character. Please join us and see in what ways Samson lived out these character flaws and how the law of “sowing and reaping” played an important part in his life. You will also see how God used him…in spite of his flaws. And that’s good news for most of us!

June 12, 2022

Trying to do so can have a negative impact on others. Jonah discovered that, like many of us, perhaps, he was more interested in his own comfort rather than the salvation of others.

June 06, 2022

This week we learn about Jacob, the deceiver. But he loved God and his blessings so God blessed him. But...he still paid for his deceit. The law of sowing and reaping was still in effect