Cornerstone

Sermon
February 21, 2021

Following the Son, Part 3

"Jesus is the head of his household—which means his love infiltrates all our relationships."

Sermon
February 7, 2021

Following the Son, Part 2

"The call to reflect the image of Christ is not a chore God is asking us to do, it is an invitation into experiencing eternal life here and now."

Sermon
February 7, 2021

Following the Son, Part 1

"Christians are always growing"

Sermon
January 24, 2021

Looking to the Son

"Before you can ever live out the gospel you have to internalize it."

Sermon
January 17, 2021

Made Free in the Son

"Growing as a Christian isn't about our own human effort, but about holding fast to Christ, the Head of the Body."

Sermon
January 11, 2021

Made Alive in the Son

"Having been made alive in Christ, we are armed with all we need to face every hardship in life."

Sermon
January 3, 2021

The Mystery of the Son

"Everything true, everything good, and everything you ​​are made to enjoy is found in Jesus Christ, the mystery of God."

Sermon
December 27, 2020

The Son Proclaimed

"As the church we need each other so that God can use us to transform us together into the image of Christ together. More and more, every day."

Sermon
December 20, 2020

The Son of Reconciliation

"A thrill of hope, the weary world rejoices! For yonder breaks a new and glorious morn!"

Sermon
December 13, 2020

The Son of Re-Creation

"Jesus Christ has defeated sin and defeated death, pouring out His blood as a substitutionary sacrifice on the cross and resurrecting from the dead- reconciling sinners to God and redeeming all things under His authority."

Sermon
December 6, 2020

The Son of Creation

"If every blade of grass, fish of the sea, and star in the sky exist for the glory of Jesus Christ, what do you think your life is for?"

Sermon
November 29, 2020

The Heart of the Son

"Advent is the season every year when we stop and practice the virtue of joyful waiting."

Sermon
November 22, 2020

The Good News of the Son

"While there is a lot to lament this year, when we look to Jesus we remember just how much there is to be thankful for as well."