In this overview of the book of Ruth, Pastor Michael Kenley touches on the major themes of the book: God's redemptive purpose in human tragedy. God's providence in the details…
In this communion message, Pastor Michael Kenley encourages believers to remember Jesus Christ in the midst of today's multiple-crisis atmosphere. How can we do it practically? With TnT (Trust and…
This is the third and final installment of this short series on divine institutions.  (00:00-30:45) Charles Clough reviews the first three institutions: Human Responsibility, Marriage, and Family. These first three…
In part 2 of this 3 part series on the divine institutions, we build on the 1st divine institution, human responsibility, to discuss the Creator's design in the institutions of…
What is meant by "Divine Institutions"? Simply what God has designed for human society. No matter the schemes or ideologies of man, these institutions have been put into creation by…
This week's message is the pen-ultimate in the Philemon series, and though on its surface it is a letter from the apostle Paul to his dear friend Philemon, it is…

A Time for Everything

June 14, 2020
This passage is one of the most well-known poems in the Scriptures. There are seven pairs of verse here, describing the nature of life here "under the sun" as the…
This week we will consider Jesus, "The Coming Christ" in 2 parts: The gathering of His people in what is called the "Rapture of the Church" (John 14:1-3) and His…
In this week's sermon, Pastor Michael Kenley uses Galatians 2:20 as the "launching point" for an exploration of the truth that "Christ lives in me." These 4 words will radically…
When John the Baptist sees Jesus approaching he announces to all who will hear, "Behold the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world!" This perfect sacrifice…
If you close your eyes and try to picture what Jesus looks like, what do you see? Is He the Baby in the manger? Is He the Savior on the…
In this section of the epistle to the Ephesian church, the apostle Paul gives instruction to believers on family life. In so doing, he expounds on a profound truth about…
What does it mean that the Lord is our Shepherd? Before Jesus Christ was born in the flesh, the shepherd king David wrote about a personal provider and protector, a…
The race we have before us is not one we have to create, it is what has been "set before us." It is a race that must be run with…

Himself

April 18, 2020
In this week following our celebration of the Resurrection, join us alongside two dispirited travelers as they walk from Jerusalem to the ancient town of Emmaus. These downcast disciples of…

He Is Risen!

April 12, 2020
God has spoken to us through His Son, Jesus Christ. The eternal Son of God was made flesh to reveal the Father. He died as a sacrifice for our sins…

Hope in the Lord

April 4, 2020
Natural hope will be disappointed. Strength that is human-derived will weaken and give out. Hope in the Lord has no disappointment, because unlike us, His strength never ceases. In these…

Rejoice in the Lord

March 28, 2020
In this week's sermon, Pastor Michael Kenley encourages us to rejoice, not in the ever-changing details of our circumstances, but in God our Savior.
Amidst the tenuous and stressful crisis of the coronavirus outbreak, Pastor Mike Kenley encourages us to fix our eyes on our only Hope and Savior Jesus Christ, and be conformed…
Amidst the tenuous and stressful crisis of the coronavirus outbreak, Pastor Mike Kenley encourages us to fix our eyes on our only Hope and Savior Jesus Christ, and be conformed…
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