Our Distinctive Series (Thus Far)

It's been a long journey, but I hope you have grown through it!  In case you missed one or want to listen again, here are all the sermons in our current series.  (To listen to our sermon series on each distinctive, click here).
  1. We affirm Scripture above all. 
    The Bible instructs Christians to see it as sufficient, meaning that Christians shouldn't pursue secular philosophies, popular psychology, or any other prophetic utterances.  All of life and godliness should follow God's Holy Word. 
    [Read or listen here]
  2. We affirm the sovereignty of God in salvation. 
    The Bible instructs Christians to believe and trust in God's control over both salvation and history. 
    [Read or listen here]
  3. We affirm the lordship of Christ in salvation.
    The Bible instructs Christians to follow Christ as Lord in submission. 
    [Read or listen here]
  4. We affirm biblical worship for our services.
    God commands what we should include in our worship services, and we're not free to add to it.  Everything, including our music, should be directed by Scripture.
    [Read or listen here]
  5. We affirm the biblical model of church government.
    The Bible instructs churches to be governed independently by a plurality of elders and served by deacons. 
    [Read or listen here]
  6. We affirm the importance of church membership.
    The Bible instructs Christians to join and to commit to a local church. 
    [Read or listen here]
  7. We affirm the practice of church discipline.
    The Bible instructs both Christians and churches on how to handle disputes and sinfulness within the congregation. 
    [Read or listen here]
  8. We affirm a biblical view of gender roles.
    The Bible instructs Christians as to how to operate as male and female, both inside marriage and insider the church. 
    [Read or listen here]
  9. We affirm biblical evangelism and apologetics.
    The Bible instructs Christians how to share the gospel, and as such, we hold to a presuppositional approach to apologetics. 
    [Read or listen here]
  10. We affirm biblical definitions and dispensations of spiritual gifts.
    The Bible instructs Christians to utilize their gifting as well as the temporary nature of some spiritual gifts.
    [Read or listen here]
  11. We affirm biblical counseling.
    We believe God calls us to biblical or nouthetic counseling, for through it, He gives us hope to genuine change and growth in Christ.
    [Read or listen here]
  12. We affirm biblical youth involvement.
    We've believe God calls parents to be responsible for the spiritual well-being of their children, and one way we seek to help parents is by inviting youth to stay in the main services.
    [Read or listen here]
Remaining sermons:
  • We affirm a biblical view of the end-times.
  • We affirm the centrality of God's grace.

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