Sermon Archive 2024

Keep Your Eyes on the Prize

Philippians 3:17-21 | February 25th, 2024

In Philippians 3:17-21 the Apostle Paul encourages the church to faithfully focus on knowing and making known God. To do so, he commends the church to walk with the saints, be wary of sinful temptation, and wait eagerly for the Savior.

Pursue God Passionately

Philippians 3:12-16 | February 18th, 2024

The Apostle Paul encourages the church in Philippi to passionately pursue the greatest of prizes: knowing God. Toward that end, he exhorts the church to rejoice humbly, run intentionally, and re-frame life biblically.

Seek God as the King of Glory

Psalm 24 | February 11th, 2024

• God is Powerful

• God is Perfect

• God is Personal

Keep Growing in Knowing God

Philippians 3:1-11 | February 4th, 2024

The Apostle Paul encourages the church to keep growing in knowing God by abandoning legalist pride, appreciating sovereign grace, and abiding in transformative communion with Christ. 

Shine Brightly by Serving Humbly

Philippians 2:19-30 | January 28th, 2024

The Apostle Paul encourages the church to shine like stars in dark society primarily by sticking together in ministry. In Phil 2:19-30 he points to the shining sacrificial lives of Timothy and Epaphroditus while putting a call to the church to similarly have selfless concern, strong commitment, and sovereign confidence that living worthy of the gospel is worth it.

Spotlight the Savior

Philippians 2:14-18 | January 21st, 2024

In Philippians 2:14-18 the Apostle Paul encourages the church at Philippi to shine as bright gospel ambassadors amidst a dark secular culture. Specifically, we're called to halt our whining, hold on to the word of life, and help others worship Christ. 

Grow in Godliness

Philippians 2:9-13 | January 14th, 2024

The Apostle Paul exhorts the church to grow in godliness. His strategy for sanctification includes encouraging the saints, examining ourselves, and embracing the Spirit's help. 

Live for the Lord in 2024

Philippians 2:9-11 | January 7th, 2024

In Philippians 2:9-11 the Apostle Paul helps the reader to see that Jesus was not only a suffering servant per 2:5-8, but is now the exalted King. This high view of Jesus is meant to inspire a humble church that lives hopefully in Christ knowing he has risen, is reigning, and will soon return. 

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