Audio Sermon Recordings
 
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Psalm 119:9-16  –  Why is daily meditation in/on the Bible important?  It is through the Scriptures that we come to know God, and through which God reveals Himself to us.  In this sermon, Pastor Clint offers 5 steps as guidance for how we can make Bible meditation a daily part of our lives.
 
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Matthew 7:7-11  –  This first sermon of a new series encourages us to follow John Wesley’s call to pursue spiritual practices as a means by which we allow the transformative power of God’s grace to work in our lives, enabling us to pursue Christ with our whole selves.  This first sermon focuses on the practice of prayer.
– 01/27/19
 
2 Timothy 3:16-17  –  Are facts and truth the same thing?  Pastor Clint sorts out the misconceptions people have about apparent contradictions in the Bible, apparent contradictions between the Bible and science, and how all Christians can rest assured in the truth of God-inspired Scripture.
 
1 Thessalonians 4:13-18  –  In this first sermon of his “Ask Anything” series, Pastor Clint tackles your questions about the Trinity.  How can God be “Three in One,” and why is believing in a Trinitarian God crucial to our Christian faith?
 
John 14:5-7  – Do all religions provide equally valid ways of pursuing God?  Is “right belief” really the issue that will save us, though?  
 
 
Mark 1:9-11  –  In this first sermon of his “Ask Anything” series, Pastor Clint tackles your questions about the Trinity.  How can God be “Three in One,” and why is believing in a Trinitarian God crucial to our Christian faith?
 
Luke 1:26-38  –  Mary’s simple trust and obedience model for us a humble faith, showing how we can respond when God gives us promises that are hard to believe.
 
Luke 1:5-25  –  An exploration of how to hold on to faith when God’s promises seem impossible.
 
Hebrews 12:3-13  –  Sometimes, when it seems God has abandoned us, it can be helpful to embrace the truth of Hebrews 12–that God is disciplining us, and He is doing so because He loves us and because we are His children.
 
Matthew 4:18-20  –  Through our unique experiences, struggles, circumstances, and gifts, each of us is perfectly positioned to fulfill the call Jesus had for his disciples:  to fish for people.
 
Luke 12:13-21, 31-34  –  How do we follow Jesus’ call to his disciples to view money and resources in a new way, such that they can be used to change our lives spiritually?
 
Ephesians 5:18-19  –  In light of the Gospel, how do we, as followers of Jesus Christ, deal with the inevitable stresses and difficult circumstances of our lives?
 
Ephesians 4: 1-16  –  What would it look like if we were to live out the full implications of the Gospel and allow it to transform our lives?