Psalm 112 tells us that we will live a life with no fear of bad news. Is that really possible? It is difficult to live our lives at peace when it seems like good news is hard to come by. How do we live in peace and keep moving forward when it seems like life just keeps beating us down? This morning we will look at the life of Caleb and how he lived his life believing the good report from God instead of living his life based on the news he received. There is a big difference!


Have you ever dealt with insecurity? If so, you know that insecurity wants to be your master and cause you to respond to life in an unhealthy fashion. When Joshua faced a great challenge, he too dealt with insecurity. But like Joshua, we have a Big God that can help us overcome our insecurities and live as we ought.

Moses and Pharaoh

Today we're going to look at a very familiar story for us---it's the story of Moses and a guy we know as Pharaoh...And I believe that God wants to teach us something new even in the midst of something old... God wants to teach us something unfamiliar in what feels like very familiar territory for most of us...and from this story each of us would be inspired to let God use our life for whatever purposes He might have for us...

Open My Eyes

The apostle Paul prayed for the believers in Ephesus that God would give them the spirit of wisdom and revelation in the knowledge of Him and that the eyes of their understanding would be opened. When we move from a position of just knowledge of the story of the gospel to revelation and our eyes are opened to really see our condition and what Christ really did for us on "our cross" our lives will never be the same. As the prophet Isaiah said, "I am ruined."

Is It Faith Or Is It Works?

Paul says we are saved through faith. James says we are justified also by works. So who's right? Are we saved by faith or works?

In today's message, we pit the words of the Apostles in the ultimate cage match to answer the question, "Is it faith or is it works?"

Known Survivor

We all want to be friended, followed, linked, and mentioned. We all want to be recognized, admired, sought after, and envied. We hunger for approval. We want applause. We want to be known. But what do you do when there is no amount of "known" that will satisfy your appetite?

Heaven Rules

Maybe you're a "Three P" person---you have power, prestige, and possessions. You have influence. You are envied. People take you seriously because of what you've accomplished, what you look like, or who you're married to. There's nothing wrong with being a "Three P" person. But when it comes to pride, "Three P" people face a unique challenge.

Remote Controlled

There is a sin that is so common to the human experience; it is the gateway to all other sins. It promises to make us bigger, better, and more important, but only makes us smaller and meaner. It strips us of our capacity to connect with others. It stands between us and our heavenly Father. So, what is "it" and how do we kill it?

Living the Abundant Life!

In John 10 Jesus teaches that He is the Good Shepherd. If we know Him and follow Him we are promised a full life. But what does that mean? How does that play out in a society geared toward amassing fortune and looking for the fountain of youth? What does it look like for a mother who is just trying to make it through the day? Follow the Good Shepherd and find out. Jesus' good, abundant, full life may look different than we think or hope. But it is GOOD!