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In this message, Dr. David Jordan shares with us from Romans 5:1-15 about the flow of hope, the power of love, and the centrality of grace.
In this message, Dr. David Jordan shares with us from Romans 1:16-17 in a message about the Reformation, Martin Luther, and the effects that changes in perspectives can have on us and the world.
In this message, Dr. David Jordan shares with us from Philippians 1:3-11 about ways we can cultivate happiness in our lives, but primarily by becoming a community in the gospel, a fellowship of grace, and a people overflowing with love.
In this message, Dr. David Jordan shares from Mark 10:46-52 and asks the questions: What does it mean to be called by Jesus?
Looking at the story of blind Bartimaeus in Mark 10:46-52, we learn how Jesus uses crowd psychology to shift our perspective on those around us so we might turn and say to them, “Take heart, get up, Jesus is calling you!”
In this message, Dr. David Jordan concludes the second part of his sermon on "Crossing Boundaries." He looks at the parallels between the story of Nicodemus in John 3 and the Samaritan woman in John 4, and how we can learn to embrace others like Jesus.
In this message, Dr. David Jordan speaks about crossing boundaries, not just spiritually, but in our everyday life. Jesus lives in such a way that we are challenged to cross boundaries of comfort, of ideas, and of thought to engage with a people in a transforming, loving way.
In this message, Dr. David Jordan walks us through key points within scripture where God makes a covenant with humans, what covenants are, and how they evolved to ultimately liberate us.
Our Pastor for Youth and Families, Kelsey Lewis, shares with us from James 5:7-12. She speaks of the long, arduous road of suffering, of growth, and the necessity of patience and uncertainty along the way. You won’t want to miss this!
In this message, Dr. David Jordan shares in the final installment of this sermon series concerning the parable of the Good Samaritan in “How to Inherit Eternal Life.”
In this message, Dr. David Jordan shares about more from Luke 10:25-37 concerning the parable of the Good Samaritan in part two of “How to Inherit Eternal Life.”
In this message, Dr. David Jordan shares from Luke 10:25-37 concerning the parable of the Good Samaritan and what it means to us today in our quest for living life to the fullest.
In this first part, Dr. Jordan discusses the lawyer's obsession with "justifying" himself, the geography between Jerusalem and Jericho, and this story's connection with Psalm 23.
In this message, Dr. David Jordan shares with us from Matthew 20:1-16 in a message titled, "Labor Day Blues."
In this message, Dr. David Jordan looks at Genesis 2:7, "then the Lord God formed man from the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and the man became a living being."
What are some truths embedded in our humanity and the human experience? They are summarized in seven words: Dust, Spirit, Naked, Afraid, Competition, Pride, and Blessing.
Listen in to hear what it all means...