Covenant: Anger Issues

Anger. Jesus says that if we are angry with a brother or sister we are liable to judgment, which we would rightly understand not to be a very good thing. What if I told you that what Jesus is saying is that there’s a difference between anger and being angry? Join us at 9:30am on Sunday morning to hear once again hear the words Jesus offered from a grassy hillside.

Covenant: God's Amnesia

What if I told you that our God not only forgives our iniquity but that He doesn't even remember it!? The God of the heavens and the earth has numbered the hairs on my head and knows all things, but suddenly when it comes to my sin, He’s got a bit of amnesia. He can’t remember it!? Join us on Sunday morning at 9:30am to revel in God's amnesia.

Covenant: Lifting Up The Son Of Man

What if I told you that "lifting up the Son of Man" meant a lot more than singing His praise in adoration? We lift Him up because He was lifted up; but it wasn't through words of affirmation or songs of praise. Instead, our King was lifted up on a cross to die an unthinkable death. He was lifted up so that grace would come down. He was lifted up so that we might be saved. Join us on Sunday morning at 9:30am to lift up the Son of Man.

Covenant: A Place Of Intersection

What if I told you that the Temple was never just some building of bricks and mortar? No, the Temple was literally the place where the Lord God Almighty lived; the actual place where heaven and earth kissed. The actual place where divinity and humanity intersected. The Temple. And Jesus is the Temple, my friends. Jesus is that place. Join us on Sunday morning at 9:30am to see how Jesus becomes that point of intersection.

Covenant: Getting Behind Jesus

What if I told you that Jesus scolded Peter saying, "Get behind me Satan," so Peter could follow Him better? Think about it. To follow someone means to get behind them. We don’t follow from the front. We don’t follow in the lead. We don’t follow by charting our own course. No, we follow by getting behind. Join us on Sunday morning at 9:30am when we'll take our place behind Jesus, so that we can follow Him more closely.