Have you ever felt like God is not listening to you? Have you ever wondered if God is completely silent? Listen to Pastor Will’s latest sermon and learn how God broke hundreds of years of silence in the book of Luke!
Although Pastor Will is away, Hope Church still went on. Listen to this week’s guest preacher, Daryl Wattley, as he explain how sinners help other sinners!
In our culture today, the only thing that seems to be certain is that we are uncertain about everything. In today’s sermon, Pastor Stern begins our new sermon series in the Book of Luke. Thankfully, we can see that through Luke’s account, Christians are not left guessing about God, but have certainty found in Gospel!
How does Ruth relate to the Gospel story as a whole? Listen to Pastor Will’s sermon today, as we finished our final text in the Book of Ruth. To end this sermon series, we saw how Ruth relates to the Bible as a whole, and how our story relates to the larger story of redemption!
All of us are tired and looking for rest in one way or another. But thankfully, we have a Savior that gives us rest in what He has done for us. Listen to this week’s sermon by Pastor Will Stern, as we find rest in the kinsman redeemer, Jesus Christ!
Do you want to be a better person? Do you not care? We may often identify ourselves by what we can do, but in our sermon today, we learn what the answer to our identity crisis is. Listen to our pastoral intern, Jonathan Hatt, as he shows that we find our identity only in the Savior, Jesus Christ .
At some point, you may have been interested to see the process of making a sermon. If that’s the case, look here at Pastor Will Stern’s manuscript for last week’s sermon! For this week, we learned more about God’s steadfast love shown to impoverished women and the three different responses that many of us may also give!
Today, we began our new sermon series in the book of Ruth! Come and listen as we listen to the story of a marginalized woman who receives the steadfast love of God. Also, we learn today how Christ himself rescues us from the rock bottom that we create for ourselves.
When you hear someone say, "You reap what you sow," did you know that that is actually biblical? Listen to today's sermon, as we continue through our series of Galatians, working through this often misinterpreted passage!
What does it mean to be a spiritual person? In the book of Galatians, we see both an inward and outward call for all Christians. Listen to today's sermon from Pastor Will Stern, as we see what carrying each other's burdens looks like for the Christian life!
What does a healthy Christian look like? Or even, what fruits are evident from a Christian who believes in Jesus as their Savior? Listen to this week's sermon, as Pastor Will walks through the fruit of the Spirit!
Are you wondering what Hope has been doing lately? Listen to this week's sermon, as Pastor Will continues through the book of Galatians. This week we are continuing our theme of what true freedom looks like, and how Christ frees us from both legalism and license.
Have you ever wondered why you suffer? Have you ever wonder if God is listening to you? Or have you ever thought that God is out to get you? Listen to today's sermon in Psalm 88, from our pastoral intern, Jonathan Hatt, as we find that the answer to our suffering is found only in Jesus Christ.
Many of us can feel trapped in the same routine, trying to be a good person through our works. But in Galatians, Paul explains that our own good works can actually enslave us. Listen to Pastor Will walk through Galatians 4:21-5:1, as we learn that true freedom is found in Jesus Christ!
Christians can be perplexing people. If you've been part of a church for very long, I'm sure you’ve experienced this. In our text, Paul is perplexed because Christians in the region of Galatia were following false teachers and walking away from the central message of Christianity, called the gospel.
Are you a slave or are you free? Most of us think of ourselves as free, autonomous people. However, according to the Bible, we all begin life as slaves until God enters the picture.
Where is your identity rooted? In our text, Paul shows three realities that shape our identity in Christ and three realities that shape our identity no longer.
If God saves us by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone, then why did he give the law at all? Paul shows us that God gave the law to expose our sin and point us our need for Christ.
The Old Testament contains a lot of rules that Christians don't seem to follow anymore. How do we read and apply rules in the Bible? Do we simply pick and choose what we like? Is the Bible mainly about rules or promises?
In Galatians 3:15-18, the Apostle Paul helps us make sense of these questions. He shows that God's "you must" (law) is always framed by God's gracious "I will" (promise) in Christ.