“Dirty Theology,” James Pt. 1 – Evan Snyder


We begin a study through the book of James. James lays out practical wisdom for followers of Jesus to live by. Life is hard and following Jesus can be messy business but there is hope for living in a broken world.

FORMED, Week Two – Anchor, Pt. 1 – Allan McCullough


We continue a new 10-week sermon series learning about how Christlike character is formed in us and what it means to live life following Jesus. This morning, we study 2 Timothy 3-4 to learn how character is anchored in God's Word.

This series is designed to be a discipleship tool so the people of the church can help each other grow in Christlikeness. The reflection questions below can be used to specifically apply what we are learning to your life. These questions are meant to be asked and answered in a community setting such as a small group or one-on-one.

REFLECTION QUESTIONS:

1. Review the fruits of the Spirit in Galatians 5:22-23. Discuss how God’s grace specifically helps each of these fruits grow in someone’s life.

2. Read 2 Timothy 3:10-4:5. As specifically as possible, list all roles that the Word of God plays in the life of the believer.

3. What warnings is the reader given in 2 Timothy 3:10-4:5?

4. Read Isaiah 66:1-2. What do you think it means to tremble at the Word of God?

5. In your own life, in what ways have you been tempted to take away from God’s Word? This question may take some time to answer substantively.

6. In your own life, in what ways have you been tempted to add to God’s Word? This question may take some time to answer substantively.

7. Where do you disagree with God’s Word? Do you allow God’s Word to challenge you and your perspective? When is the last time you felt corrected by God’s Word?

8. What does it means to represent God, His Kingdom, and His Word to the world with gentleness and grace?

9. Why is it vital that we read and wrestle with God’s Word in community with our local church? How does this practice represent God’s Kingdom and help further grow the fruits of the Spirit in us?

Formed – Week One : Citizen – Allan McCullough


He Will Surely Do It – Allan McCullough


Living in the Light Together – Allan McCullough


Encourage To Trust – Evan Snyder


We Need Redemption – Allan McCullough


Why did Jesus become like us in every way (Hebrews 2:17)? That is what we're studying for Advent and for our fourth Sunday of Advent, we are studying Hebrews 10:19-23 to learn that Jesus had to become a human so He could make a way, through His flesh, for us to be reconciled with God.

A Better Hope – Evan Snyder


For Advent 2023, we are studying the truth of Hebrews 2:17 - that Jesus became like us in every way in order to be our savior. In our third Sunday of Advent, we are studying Hebrews 7-8 to learn how Jesus in His flesh is the guarantor of a better covenant.

A Sympathetic Priest – Allan McCullough


For Advent 2023, we are studying the truth of Hebrews 2:17 - that Jesus became like us in every way in order to be our savior. In our second Sunday of Advent, we are studying Hebrews 2:18, 4:14-16 to learn that Jesus became like us in every way so that He could help us when we are facing temptation.