Book Studies
Genesis overview
1 Corinthians
2 Corinthians
1 Thessalonians
2 Thessalonians
1 Timothy
2 Timothy
1 Peter
2 Peter and Jude
1, 2 and 3 John

The Storyline Series
The Hero's Tale
The Story in Six Acts
The Flood (Gen. 6-9)
Waiting for His Arrival
Reflecting on His Work
Laboring in His Legacy

Advent / Christmas
What Love is This?
The Five Questions of Christmas
God With Us
Hope in the Prison of Despair
Misc. Advent/Christmas

Passion Week / Easter
The Journey to Jerusalem
The Way of His Cross
Why I Need a Savior
Come and Dine
The Theology of Rest
Misc. Easter

Pentecost Sermons
The Victory of God
His Story; Our Story
Misc. Pentecost Sermons

Missions & Local Church
He Rules Over the Nations
Let the Nations be Glad
The Mission of the Local Church
His Church, His Mission
The Mission of the Local Church
Our Core Values
We Believe
The Church: A Place of Hope
God's Eden Being Fulfilled

The Christian Life Series
What If It Does Not Work?
When Winter Comes
Joining Jesus in the Wilderness
When Victory Seems Lost
Citizens of Another Country

Other Topical Series
Jesus Fulfills the Fall Feast Days
Five Gospel Fruits
People of the Resurrection
The Marriage Relationship
The Cross and Moral Purity
Knowing Him/Making Him Known
Living Eternal in the Temporal
For Christ and His Church
A Gospel-Driven Christian Life
Stand Alone Sermons

Becoming the People of the Resurrection

Paul understood the implications of the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ for the people of God. Such a life is qualified by the one word, "resurrection." Resurrection truth presupposes death and from death life. Christians are people of the resurrection. They were once dead and now are alive. Romans 6-8 expands on the implications to such a magnificant truth and what it means to be the people of the resurrection.

05.08.11Walking in Newness of Life - Our Union with ChristRom. 6:1-7:6
05.15.11:Waging WarRom. 7:13-25
05.22.11:There is Therefore No . . . Living in the Triumph of His Cross and ResurrectionRom. 8:1-39