“…devote yourself to the public reading of Scripture, to preaching and to teaching…” (1 Tim. 4:13)
1 John 1:5-2:2–If we are truly to guide our generation into the knowledge of God, we must accurately reflect the character of God in our actions as well as our words. Part 3 in the series: NCC Vision 2021
Luke 18:1-8– In this parable of the persistent widow and the unjust judge, Pastor Mark speaks honestly about our tendency toward weakness when it comes to prayer. In contrast, God’s willingness to hear and answer our prayers in revealed. Part 2 of the series: NCC 2021 Vision.
Part 1 in the series NCC 2021 Vision. Acts 2:42-27– The members of the early church were “all in” in their devotion to Christ. Because of this, they were able to display Christ to the broken world.
Psalm 30–In this beautiful psalm King David reaches three specific points of clarity in his understanding of God.
John 13:1-15–Part 4 of our Advent series: The Portrait of Jesus Christ. This passage portrays Jesus as the ultimate servant of all as He washes the feet of His disciples.
Advent #3–Psalm 23–This most well known of all the Psalms paints a portrait of our Lord as Guide, Ruler, Caretaker, and the One who gives us peace and rest.
Hebrews 10:1-14 –Part 2 in our Advent Series: The Portrait of Jesus Christ. The problem is sin. The solution is the preordained, perfect, willing sacrifice of Jesus.
Week #1 in our Advent Series: The Portrait of Jesus Christ Does what you believe about Jesus match what the Scriptures say? In John 1:1-14 the apostle John paints a portrait of Jesus, the Son of God.
Psalm 42– Times of depression can be a reality even among Christians. And the Bible is not silent on this subject. In this important message, Pastor Mark points us to a biblical response for our struggles and provides some practical action steps to counteract depression.
Philippians 3:10-14–Paul declares that his “one thing” is the pursuit of Christ. In this sermon, Pastor Mark examines the motivation and the result of engaging in this pursuit. What is your “one thing”?