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The Immaculate Conception

The nature of the immaculate conception, Jesus conceived and born of a virgin, is in and of itself a miracle. It was prophesied by Isaiah 700 years before the birth of Jesus and was miraculously revealed to Mary and Joseph as it was about to happen. The necessity of the Immaculate Conception paves the way for our salvation. When Jesus died on the cross and resurrected 3 days later, He cleansed us of the sin we've inherited from our oldest ancestors- Adam and Eve, so that we may inherit...


The Idea of Christmas

The idea of Christmas was a plan God conceived from eternity past, before he spoke anything into existence. He knew he had to send Jesus to Earth to save us from our sins and so that we can know Him and experience the triune nature of God. In this sermon, we explore 3 ways we can be blessed by this truth and how we can respond to the pursuit of God.


There's an "I" in Christmas

In this Christmas season, there are so many things that can distract or take us away from experiencing true joy. We can easily become so entangled by self-serving desires that will rob us of the real joy that we can experience through Jesus. Christian joy is a good feeling in the soul, produced by the Holy Spirit, as He causes us to see the beauty of Christ in the word and in the world.


Jesus: King of the Jews | Matthew 16:5-12

In this section of Matthew 16, we see Jesus warn his disciples to "Watch and beware of the leaven of the Pharisees and Sadducees." Jesus was not talking about bread, but the false teachings of the Pharisees and Sadducees. This warning is relevant today. We see the similarities in the teachings of Jehovah's Witness, Mormons and other false christians to the Pharisees and Sadducees. We need to heed Jesus' warning and know that there is only one true teaching and that is the Gospel of Jesus.


Jesus: King of the Jews | Matthew 15:29 - 16:4

When we see a Bible Deja Vu, God is emphasizing events that have happened multiple times in the Bible in order help us see something and be impacted by it. When we experience Bible Deja Vu we need to: All this points to the life and ministry of Jesus. It is meant to show us God's faithfulness in the past and he will continue to be faithful to us.


Jesus: King of the Jews | Matthew 15:21-28

Behold. This is a word that is consistently used in the Bible to bring attention to something important. It means "to see" or "to observe." In this passage, we observe the stark contrast between the Canaanite woman and the scribes and Pharisees. We see that while the Canaanite woman may be seen as unclean externally, she believed and had faith that Jesus is the Messiah. She was persistent and was not offended by Jesus. Ultimately, Jesus saw her faith and had mercy on her. She was cleansed.


Jesus: King of the Jews | Matthew 15:1-20

In this passage we see once again Jesus rebuking the Pharisees and scribes for placing their man-made traditions above God's commandments. The Pharisees and scribes were great at expressing their righteousness and honour God with their words, but their hearts were far from God. In the eyes of God, their religiosity and traditions are worthless because the source of it is from man. If traditions and religiosity is not the answer, then what is? His name is Jesus. The whole Bible from...


Jesus: King of the Jews | Matthew 14:13-21

In this sermon podcast we ask you, "What is your problem?" If you do not know Jesus, that is your single biggest problem. Jesus came to this world, not primarily for social justice (to heal the sick and feed the poor), but to sacrifice himself so that whoever believes in him may have eternal life. As Christians, we are victorious because Jesus is victorious in conquering sin and death. The biggest problem for Christians is that other people don't know Jesus. If we look at the current...


Jesus: King of the Jews | Matthew 14:1-12

In Matthew 14, we see several characters that can be categorized by the following traits: Integrity, Friendship, People-Pleasing, Selfishness, Used & Abused. John showed great integrity, but he was ultimately killed because of it. John's disciples showed great friendship by honoring him by retrieving his beheaded body for a proper burial. Herodias portrayed Selfishness to the point of putting her daughter in a position to be Used and Abused. Herod's decisions was dictated by the people....


Jesus: King of the Jews | Matthew 13: 53-58

Everyone has most likely experienced some form of rejection in their lives. We've all responded to rejection in different ways and sometimes to the point where we do things that goes against our values. Jesus experienced great rejection. It didn't matter how many signs and miracles he performed, ultimately the people crucified him. Jesus understands our rejection, He's walked in our shoes. This means we can find great comfort in Him knowing that he will never forsake us and that we are...


Class is in Session | Matthew 13:51-52

Jesus frequently taught using parables about the secrets and the mysteries of the kingdom of heaven. At the end of Matthew 13, He asks his disciples "Have you understood all these things?" This understanding equips the disciples with what is new and what is old, enabling them to share their greatest treasure with the world - that is Jesus.


Class is in Session | Matthew 13:44-50

This week, we explore what it means to give up all of your life to follow Jesus and how does that look in your day-to-day life.


Special Guest - Pastor Jeff Thompson

Pastor Jeff Thompson dives into addressing key questions about pain and suffering in this world. Despite the sin, pain and suffering, there is good news - his name is Jesus.


Class is in Session | Matthew 13:24-43

Jesus uses 3 parables in this text to describe the kingdom in this age and the kingdom that is to come.


Class is in Session | Matthew 13

Parable of the Sower Jesus gives his audience this parable of the sower and explains the meaning behind sowing the seeds into the 4 different soils. This is significant because without understanding the meaning of this parable, you can't understand the rest of the parables.


The Church Pt. 7

As Christians, we are a part of the body of the Church. Ephesians 6 provides a great explanation that our battle is against the spiritual forces of evil, not against flesh and blood. Here's the big idea - because the Church is an army at war against Satan, the Church must be marked by truth. Our belief in the truth and our obedience to the truth will equip us to combat the lies of the enemy.


The Church Pt. 5

Marriage is a profound image of Christ’s relationship with the Church. Because the Church is the bride of Christ, the Church must be marked by holiness.


The Church Pt. 6



The Church Pt. 4

In 1 Corinthians 12, Paul describes the Church as one body with many members. Each part of the body has a specific role and is critical to ensure the full function of the body. Likewise, each member of the Church have a specific role to maintain a healthy and fruitful Church.


The Church Pt. 3

Jesus Christ is the cornerstone of the Church, and the spirit of God dwells in the Church. Because the Church is where God dwells, then the Church must be marked by worship.