Where Our Allegiance Lies
on January 7th, 2021
The images and events of January 6, 2021 will live on in history books for a long time. Like many, I watched with a mixture of grief and anger the unfolding scenes yesterday at the US Capitol.   Read More
An Election Prayer
on November 2nd, 2020
This prayer is from our November 1st Sunday gathering and reflects our heart for God to strengthen us and cause us to shine brightly in the midst of a polarized and charged election week.   Read More
Prayer: Rebelling Against the Status Quo
on June 17th, 2020
DAVID WELLS This article originally appeared in Christianity Today magazine, November 2, 1979. You will be appalled by the story I am about to relate to you. Appalled, that is, if you have any kind of social conscience.A poor, black woman, living on Chicago's South Side, sought to have her apartment properly heated during the frigid winter months. Despite city law that demanded it, her unscrupulou...  Read More
A Statement on Racism and the Gospel
on June 10th, 2020
These have been extremely trying times. The last week and a half have been some of the hardest days our generation has seen. Like so many of you, we have walked through the hours and days of the last week with great tears and broken hearts.   Read More
Jesus and the Christian
on April 2nd, 2020
Seven times in 11 verses Paul mentions Jesus Christ. This means something for the church of Philippi. And if you are a Christian, this means something for you too. What can we learn from these references that is basic to the Christian life?  Read More
Gospel Joy in Troubled Times
on March 26th, 2020
This Sunday we're going to be starting a new sermon series in the book of Philippians called "Gospel Joy in Troubled Times." Through his letter to the church in Philippi, Paul teaches us what it looks like to hold onto joy in the midst of the hardest circumstances. This letter is incredibly relevant for us in this moment and we're excited to receive from God's Word together!  Read More