Sermons

June 19, 2022

Josiah Chooses God's Word

It's Father's Day and Pastor Jim concludes an appropriate study for the day: "What Will Be Your Legacy?" In 2 Kings, Josiah chose God's Word. How do we today do that--and pass the Bible onto the next generation?

View

June 14, 2022

Hezekiah Choses Prayer

How do you create a legacy of prayer in your life? Pastor Jim studies the choices of Hezekiah in 2 Kings.

View

May 29, 2022

Lepers Choose Good News

Have you ever gotten to deliver really good news to others? Why is that such a fun experience? This week's study of 2 Kings finds a group of outcasts who discover good news...and can't help but share it!

View

May 23, 2022

Naaman Chooses Humble Obedience

When you hear the word obedience, does it have negative or positive connotations? Pastor Jim dives into the book of 2 Kings with the story of Naaman, a general who chose humble obedience. And that choice became his legacy.

View

May 17, 2022

Ahab Chooses Greed

Pastor Jim looks at the story of King Ahab in 1 Kings 20. How do you leave a legacy of generosity and not greed?

View

May 1, 2022

Rehoboam Chooses Bad Counsel
View

April 27, 2022

Solomon Chooses Wisdom

What comes after Easter? Weekend teaching will head into the Old Testament Books of Kings. What determines a legacy? What will be your legacy?

View

April 17, 2022

The Disillusioned (Easter 2022)

Christ is Risen. He is risen, indeed! Pastor Jim concludes the Savior for Everyone teaching series with an inspiring look into Luke 24.

View

April 3, 2022

The Self-Righteous

Jesus draws no boundaries on his offer of salvation against the self-righteous. Pastor Jim continues the Lenten series, A Savior for Everyone.

View

March 27, 2022

The Lost

In the Gospel of Luke, Jesus draws no boundaries on his offer of salvation. No one is really ever lost. Pastor Jim Nicodem teaches on Luke 15:1-32.

View

March 6, 2022

The Marginalized

Jesus draws no boundaries on his offer of salvation. Pastor Jim teaches on God's love for the marginalized.

View

Questions?

Contact Us