Pastor York continues in our brand new sermon series using Romans 5:12-21 to point us to the big idea: Jesus is superior to Adam. Jesus’ work conquers Adam’s work. God’s grace is greater than our sin.
Listen to Shelli Heard give a message about generational transfer of biblical womanhood at the 2022 Spring Ladies’ Brunch put on by CLF Women’s Ministry.
Pastor Dave York continues our study in 1 Timothy while showing us that the Church matters to God, and it should matter to us. God has called leaders to serve and care for His
Church because His Church matters to Him.
big idea: God has given each of us our genders and has given each gender a role in His church. Each gender has equal value yet a different role. When we submit to God’s design, every person is honored and useful in God’s work.
ray kingdom-minded prayers and proclaim the good news of the kingdom. God’s mission is to every race, nation, tribe, and tongue.
Pastor Dave Ruble reads Timothy 1:12-20 to show us all this big idea: Only the true, pure gospel of Christ Jesus has the power to both save and transform the lives of sinners and with it bring the promise of eternal life.
Pastor Dave York continues to direct us to the Word while we protect our relationships. We will take notice of this big idea: Relationships in the church matter to God. In Christ, God has provided a way for us to protect the unity of relationships.
We’re up and running in the new sermon series, “Redemptive Relationships.” Join us as Pastor Dave York uses Genesis 3-4 to express this big idea: Sin always separates but Jesus always moves toward reconciliation.
Session 3 of Men’s Conference: “What Now?”
Session 2 of the Men’s Conference will discuss why we are to “hand-off” the Gospel.
Session 1 of Men’s Conference will ask the question, “What are we handing off?”
For those who are in Christ, God will one day resurrect our physical bodies and we will be transformed. Pastor Dave York gives takes us through this big idea found in 1 Cor. 15:35-49.
Pastor Dave York walks us through Romans 1:16-22 while enjoying the atmosphere at the ballpark. He hopes for us to see that God has revealed Himself in such a way that all of us have a clear idea of who He is. And He has provided a way for us to know Him.
Dan Reeves helps us see the big idea of John 1:35-39. Eternal life is more than living forever, it is the fullness of life in union with God, through Christ that goes on forever. And the degree to which we possess and experience that, today, in THIS LIFE, hangs heavily on one question: What do you seek?
Pastor Dave York discusses the wisdom of God by walking us through Romans 11:33-36.
Pastor Dave York recaps 1 Corinthians 11 through 14 to show that the gathering of God’s people is intended to glorify God and edify the Church. Christ-like love and order protect the church from disunity and chaos.
Pastor Dave York guides us through 1 Corinthians 14:33-40 to see that love and order in church matters to God. Love reveals the power of Christ at work in His Church and order reveals the character of God.
Pastor Dave York helps us understand the gift of tongues by looking at 1 Corinthians 14:6-25.
As we continue in 1 Corinthians 13, Pastor Dave shows us the big idea: Big Idea: Love never ends. God is love and when Christians live in love, we reflect God’s eternal love.
Pastor Dave York continues looking at 1 Corinthians 12:4-11. Here’s the big idea: God has diversely gifted the Church so that every person is needed and honored. He did it this way so that He might be revealed in the Church and glorified through the Church.
Pastor Dave York walks us through 1 Corinthians 12:4-11. Here’s the big idea: God, through the Holy Spirit, has given every Christian a unique gift and a unique interest. He has empowered them for His glory, the good of the church, and the advancement of the gospel.
Pastor Dave Quilla guides us through 1 Corinthians 12:1-3 while looking at spiritual gifts.
Pastor Dave walks us through 1 Corinthians 10:23-11:1. He’ll discuss how Christians define themselves by their relationship with God through Jesus Christ. In doing so, Christians want to glorify God in all things by considering others’ interests above our own.
Pastor Dave York gives a message on 1 Corinthians 10:1-14. While returning to our sermon series, “A New Reality”, he shows us this big idea: The Christian life is long-term faithfulness to God. This requires humble dependence on God’s grace and power every day.
Pastor Dave York continues in our “Children of God” sermon series. Today, he gives a message on 2 Corinthians 5:14-21 while discussing this big idea: because we’re God’s children, we are called and empowered by God to represent Him in this world.
Pastor Dave York gives a message on Galatians 4:4-7 while showing us that Christians have been adopted into God’s family because God loves us and give His Son for us.
Pastor Dave York gives a message on Genesis 12:1-3 while pointing us to this big idea: Because Christ has come, Christians can have hope in the world.
Pastor Dave York gives a message on Micah 5:1-5 as we continue in our Christmas sermon series discussing this big idea: Because Christ has come, Christians can have hope in this world.
Pastor Dave York gives a message on 1 Corinthians – 7:10-16.