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Spare Parts of Belief? (April 12, 2021)

Pastor Tim continues our series “Alive,” by looking at the promise of resurrection for each of us. Is that just a comforting myth to help us cope with death or is a hope we can count on?

The Evergreen Hope of Easter (April 5, 2021)

The hope of Easter is based on the foundation that Jesus intended to, was able to and did accomplish salvation for us. Join Pastor Tim as we begin our new series “Alive,” thinking about the power of the resurrection.

Overturning the Right Tables (March 29, 2021)

The last of the poisons in our series is “discord.” How do we know when we are causing discord and when we are standing up for what is good and righteous?

Are We Identity Thieves? (March 22, 2021)

We would never steal… or would we? As we continue “Six Poisons,” we turn to the topic of false witnesses and how we can steal something precious from those around us.

The Lost Tourist (March 15, 2021)

On this one year anniversary of Steadfast, we continue our series, “Six Poisons,” thinking about the evil plans we can allow ourselves to fall into — and God’s better plans.

They'll Know We Are Christians by Our Anger? (March 8, 2021)

We have so much we feed our anger on: politics, our neighbors, pop culture, the world in general. Is that what God has called us to?

Tongues of Liar (March 1, 2021)

What does it mean to have a lying tongue? Why does the Proverb distinguish it from bearing false witness? Join Pastor Tim as we continue our series on Six Poisons from Proverbs 6.

Pride Goeth... (February 22, 2021)

As Pastor Tim begins our new series on the six poisons listed in Proverbs 6:16-19, we turn to one that often leads to the others: pride.

Picking the Right Highway (February 15, 2021)

Pastor Tim wraps up our current series, looking at the judgment of God and how even judgment is a call to delight in the one who shows us mercy.

The Pizzas of Our Discontent (February 8, 2021)

Pastor Tim continues our series from Psalm 1, looking at what it means to be a “tree planted by streams of water.” It tells us more about God’s care than we might think at first!

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