Sermons by Chris Bryant

Sermons by Chris Bryant

Zacchaeus

While we might not immediately identify our own discipleship with Zacchaeus, join in as Pastor Chris shares about the simple ways in which Zacchaeus followed Jesus in his own way. Zacchaeus is a disciple just like us.

MATTHIAS: UNKNOWN

Matthias, the disciple chosen to replace Judas, is probably one of the least regarded and least talked about disciple. In fact, we could consider his the unknown disciple. And yet, Matthias followed Jesus from the beginning and was considered more than just a replacement. As we consider the “Disciples Like Us” let us look to Matthias to examine why we ourselves are following Jesus.

David and Goliath

Instead of being concerned with the largness of Goliath, he is focused on the enormity of God. What might we learn from the story of David & Goliath as we go “Back to Sunday School” today.

Esther

How can God use you right where you are doing what you are doing? The story of Esther shows us how God can use our circumstances for His Will. Participate in worship today as Pastor Chris dives into the story of Esther.

Noah And The Ark

As we begin our new series, Back to Sunday School, let’s revisit some familiar Old Testament stories and engage these texts with a deeper look into the appropriateness and application for our lives today. What might the Noah and the Ark reveal for our faith and discipleship? Join in as Pastor Chris explores this question.

I’M A BELIEVER

What do you believe in? What does it mean to be a believer in Jesus? Join in the conversation with Pastor Chris.

Money Can’t Buy Me Love

Money…such an important thing in our lives. Where we spend our financial resources reveals a lot about where our treasure is located. Money is a powerful tool that can reward or bring about hardship. Tune is as Pastor Chris continues our series, “Songs of Summer,” with “Money Can’t Buy Me Love.”

I Need A Hero

While we may have dreams of a real life, uncanny, otherworldly hero who can save the day, as followers of Jesus, we need to realize that in Jesus we do have a rather unconventional hero capable of not only saving the future but saving the present moment.