In today’s sermon, our Youth Pastor Amanda Mackie looks at Psalms 18 to remind us that high moments and experiences of our lives should never be our foundation. Only Christ can be our foundation because He never changes.
In today’s sermon, Pastor Abie Kulynych looks at Leviticus 10 to show that sin is an enormous deal but God’s compassion makes a way for his people and invites us to be “Holy Like Him.”
In today’s sermon, our Worship Pastor Melissa Kulynych encourages us through her story to “Abide in Jesus,” just as He abides in us.
In today’s sermon, Pastor Abie Kulynych looks at three passages of Scripture, Exodus 34, Leviticus 5 and Hebrews 10, as he builds on last week’s sermon to show us that “God’s Holiness Made a Way for Us” and challenges us with this question, will we trust Him?
In the Old Testament as well as in the New, the people of God are called to be “holy as the Lord is holy.” In today’s sermon, Pastor Abie Kulynych looks at the Scriptures to answer this question, what does God’s holiness look like? In this first sermon in this series, he discusses “God’s Holiness:...
In today’s sermon, our Discipleship Pastor Joanne DiLeo teaches us in the most practical ways how we can truly “Delight Yourself in the Word of God.”
In today’s sermon, Pastor Abie Kulynych looks at the last few verses of Romans 8 to redirect our perspective to “God’s Perspective.”
In today’s sermon, our CORF Discipleship Pastor Joanne DiLeo reminds us of the invitation we always have to know “More of God.”
In today’s sermon, “Fearing God in Our Limitations,” our CORF speaker David Mengi invites us to look at all the limitations God imposed on the whole creation and humankind as a reason to tremble and revere before God.
In today’s sermon, Pastor Abie Kulynych looks at the pouring out and the indwelling of the Spirit of God at Pentecost to help us understand the true miracle of that special day and the true work of the Spirit who groans in us.