Sermon series

Marching Orders (Matthew 10)

A Cup of Cold Water

Matthew 10:40-42 – April 23, 2016

You’ll never regret your decision to pick up your cross and follow Jesus.

Not Peace But a Sword

Matthew 10:32-39 – February 18, 2016

“I did not come to bring peace, but a sword” (v. 34). It’s hard to imagine Jesus with a sword. We’re so used to thinking of Jesus as being meek and mild that we have a hard time with the idea of our Lord wielding a sword. It sounds too violent, too extreme. Frankly, it […]

His Eye is on the Sparrow

Matthew 10:26-31 – January 24, 2016

If God is for us, and he is, why should we fear anything or anyone?

Hard Times

Matthew 10:16-23 – January 16, 2016

If Jesus sends us, it is safer to be among the wolves than to be in the pen with the sheep. The wolves may kill us, but they cannot separate us from the love of God.

Never Ashamed

Matthew 10:1-15 – November 18, 2015

Our marching orders are clear: Never be ashamed of the gospel!

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