Freedom DNA
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
Galatians 4:21-5:1

Exile ID?
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
Galatians 4: 8-19

Two Slaves
Andrew Zemianek
A look at what it means to be a slave to the flesh and how we can overcome through love and service.

Exodus ID
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
How easy it is to be enslaved to ways of thinking and acting without even knowing it. Our new identity in Jesus the Messiah sets us free from those limitations so that we can become God's Exodus people.

ID: Law or Promise?
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
How much would you pay for a brand new ID? What if you could only receive it as a gift? God's new ID in Jesus the Messiah is just that -- the fulfillment of His promise.

New ID
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
What does it mean to have a new ID in Jesus the Messiah? It all comes down to His faithfulness and our faith. Nothing else.

Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
It's been said that freedom isn't free. Our nation's story is one of an ongoing fight for freedom. Paul's letter to the Galatians tells the same story: a fight for the freedom and new identity that we have in Jesus.

Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
Galatians 1

The Best Man is a Blessed Man
Pastor Robert Awil
The deep spiritual attack on manhood today has left many questions on the table. Psalm 112 gives us a glimpse into the call that men have today. Will you accept the call?

Tether Me
Andrew Zemianek
2 Corinthians 1:3-11

More Than Enough
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
What does it mean to have "more than enough"? It turns out that the only way you can find out is to give the little you have to the One who can make it more than you'll ever need.

When Things Go Wrong
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
Psalm 46

Lead Us Not Into Temptation
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
Psalm 27 teaches how to more deeply pray, "Lead us not into temptation." In this song, David shows us how to truly seek God's protection and direction for our life journey.
Forgive Us Our Trespasses
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
Jesus taught us to pray: "Forgive us our trespasses..."  David's Song of Forgiveness tells us why we should make God's offer of forgiveness our first priority every day.

Our Daily Bread
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
David reminds us that the LORD is our Provider of our daily bread on our life journey. How do we experience His provision? Through His Holy Spirit who guides us on our way.

Out with the Old, In with the New - Living through the Power of Christ
Rev. Robert Awil
Identifying ourselves with Christ is not a "one and done" moment. It does not end with a decision, but it begins with a new identity.

Psalm 24: Your Kingdom Come
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
Jesus taught us to pray: "Your Kingdom come, Your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven." Psalm 24 points the way for us to make that a reality in our lives.

Our Father: Psalm 8
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
We live in a world filled with selfies. But David challenges us to see ourselves as part of God's selfie. When we do, we discover that He has even bigger plans for us than we could have ever imagined.

Call to Exodus: Psalm 1
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
This Sunday we are beginning a new series on the Psalms. We begin with Psalm 1 and its call to Exodus out of the deception and wickedness of this world and into God's New Creation.

Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
To have a story you have to live a story. And once you do, you can share it with your world. The women who came to Jesus' tomb on Easter morning did just that. And we can do the same as we experience Jesus' resurrection life.

All In
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
What does it mean to be "all in"? A poor widow shows us the answer when her tiny offering turns out to be of greater value than those of the rich and famous.

Healing Faith
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam

Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
Luke introduces us to what it truly means to be a disciple. He does so by introducing us to a woman named Joanna who put into action Jesus' teachings and shows us how to choose the greater Kingdom.

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Rev. Roland Ludlam
What's the best way to overcome sin and moral corruption? Quarantine or forgiveness? Jesus points the way in a story with a dramatic encounter and a totally unexpected outcome.

Thumbs Up!
Rev. Roland Ludlam
This sermon is the first in our 2015 Easter series. In it we see how God used two unlikely women to bring about the supreme act of deliverance for us all.

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Rev. Roland Ludlam
What's your endgame? How do you want to be remembered? Jesus tells a story in which He shows us that God entrusts us with time and talents to assure that our endgame brings us into the win column.

Uh Oh!
Rev. Roland Ludlam
God's Kingdom is coming, but are you ready for it when it arrives? Jesus tells a story about a group of bridesmaids: some of them were ready for the festivities, but others were not. What will you need to do to be sure that you are ready for Him?