Sermon Archive


Freeway Pt2 – Step 1: Awareness

September 25, 2016
When life gets tough, sometimes we panic, running away from God rather than to Him. The prophet Elijah had the same problem. From 1 Kings chapter 19, Pastor Craig shares 3 steps to help us turn down the volume of life so we can hear God’s gentle whispers… and get back to where we need to be.

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Freeway Intro

September 18, 2016
What is your view of God? What is he really like? Jesus told a parable that reveals the true nature of our loving Heavenly Father. In the Prodigal Son we see ourselves, and Pastor Craig explains how the story’s happy ending can be ours as well.

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Go, Set, Ready

September 11, 2016

How do we turn a cautious faith into an aggressive faith? Pastor Chris Collins encourages us to reverse the “Ready, Set, Go” mindset, which can keep us talking instead of going. Like the biblical Jonathan, we must be about God’s business with zeal and with a vision of victory before us!

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Built Strong Pt. 4 – Emotional Fitness

August 28, 2016
If you feel overwhelmed by failure, there is complete restoration available! Pastor Craig shares how God as the Potter can remold and remake you into a clean, new vessel for His use. His grace is greater than ANY sin. Learn the two failure traps and the two keys to finding emotional strength in the Lord.

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Built Strong Pt. 3 – Spiritual Fitness

August 21, 2016
Are some people born “spiritual olympians,” while the rest of us struggle just to stay upright? In Part 3 of our series, Pastor Chris Collins shows us that spiritual strength, like physical strength, requires discipline and training. He gives 3 keys that will whip us into shape for the Kingdom of God. Will you use them? The choice is yours.


Built Strong Pt. 1 – Relationships

August 7, 2016

Have you ever heard, “I’m a Christian, but I don’t need the Church.”? Learn how God has specifically designed His Church to meet the spiritual and human needs we all have. As we are joined TOGETHER—with Him and with one another—we will be “built strong” for the age in which we live.