Bad News, Good News

It's tempting to want to hear only news that is positive and encouraging. Ancient philosopher Sophocles (440BC) once said, “No man delights in the bearer of bad news.” But the good news shines brighter once we know the truth about the darkness of this world. During this sermon series, we will study three biblical stories of bad news. However, against the backdrop of depravity shines the beauty of the gospel of Jesus Christ, which can become the headline of all our stories.



One day a disciple of Saint Augustine asked him which virtue was first. Saint Augustine answered: humility. The second he said, is also humility, as is the third as well. His answer would have been the same if he was asked a hundred times. Humility, therefore, is the foundation of all virtues. In this series we will explore the Christlike wisdom of what C.S. Lewis once wrote: "Humility is not thinking less of yourself, but thinking of yourself less."

God in the Transition

"Change is the only constant in life,” according to the Greek philosopher Heraclitus. We all face changes or transitions every day – whether it is a simple adjustment of the weather, a complex life move, or the shifting sands of culture. In this sermon series, we will discover that Heraclitus is only partially correct, for there is another constant in life: God. He is faithfully present with us in the midst of change.

Solomon: The Wise King

Solomon is often referred to as the wisest man who ever lived. According to the Bible, Solomon’s wisdom came directly from God. God appeared to him and said, “Ask for whatever you want me to give you.” Solomon asked for wisdom and knowledge, so he could better govern God’s people. Solomon is traditionally credited with writing the vast majority of Proverbs, and the entire books of Song of Songs, and Ecclesiastes. However, even wise Solomon fell away from wisdom and into sin. In this sermon series, we will seek godly wisdom from Solomon's successes and failures alike.

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