Concluding his series, “The Psalms speak for us and the Gospels speak to us,” Rev. Grady Mosley discusses characteristics of a Christian home that is evident through a covenant relationship with Christ.
Psalm 1; John 17:6-19
For today’s message, Rev. Grady Mosley focuses on Christ’s commandment to love each other as Christ loves us. Loving each other is our choice.
Psalm 98; John 15:9-17
Executive Pastor Alissa Rothschild reminds us that each of us has a desperate, relentless need for a connection with Jesus.
Psalm 22; John 15:1-8
Continuing in his sermon series, “The Psalms Speak for Us and the Gospels Speak to Us,” Rev. Grady Mosley examines The Good Shepherd and his desire to provide an abundance of care for us.
Psalm 23; John 10:11-18
As Rev. Grady Mosley examines Luke’s account of Jesus appearing before His disciples, we are reminded He fulfilled prophesy, offering us the wonder of peace and security in spite of our disbelief.
Psalm 4; Luke 24:36-48
Executive Pastor Alissa Rothschild recounts how Elijah required the people of Israel to choose between who they would serve: A false god or The One and Only God.
1 Kings 18:36-37
For Easter Sunday, Rev. Grady Mosley recounts Mary’s discovery of Christ’s resurrection.
John 20:1-18; Mark 16:1-8
For Palm Sunday, Rev. Grady Mosley continues with his sermon series, “The Great Debate. He recounts the passion of Christ amidst the fear of His disciples.
Continuing with the Great Debate sermon series, Rev. Grady Mosley reminds us that Christ upended conventional wisdom: Only by dying comes life; Only by serving does greatness come; and Only by spending one’s life does one retain it.