Sermons from 2023

We’re a Hospital… Not a Showcase

In Part 5 of Pastor Harrell’s series, “Before I step aside,” we learn that to live out God’s mission for our church, we must realize we’re a hospital… not a showcase.

Lose Love, Lose All

“Lose Love, Lose All” is Part 4 of Pastor Harrell’s series, “Before I step aside.” Our love for Jesus is more important than what we do for Him.

A Very Healthy Fear

“A Very Healthy Fear” is Part 3 of Pastor Harrell’s series, “Before I step aside.” We often downplay our sin… but sin ends in destruction.

Set Your House in Order

“Set Your House in Order” is Part 2 of Pastor Harrell’s series, “Before I step aside.” God’s message for King Hezekiah is important because there is no aspect of our life that God isn’t concerned with.

A Question We MUST Ask

“A Question We MUST Ask” is Part 1 of Pastor Harrell’s series, “Before I step aside.” Before we’re in the thick of it ask yourself… Is God enough?

Welcoming Aaron Baer

Welcoming Aaron Baer, the President of Center for Christian Virtue (CCV). CCV seeks the good of their neighbors by advocating for public policy that reflects the truth of the Gospel.

One Thing

The Book of Acts gives us an up-close look at the life of Christians after Jesus’ resurrection, the spread of the Gospel, and how the early church developed. As you read through the Book of Acts, those who followed Jesus had one thing that impacted everything around them. What’s remarkable is that one thing is available to us today and still has the potential to impact everything around us.
Anthony Fusco preaching

Exchange Your Strength

Key Scripture Isaiah 40:31 Brief Overview of Isaiah The prophet Isaiah spoke to the kingdom of Judah for at least forty years. He began “in the year that King Uzziah died” (around 740 B.C.) and continued until the Assyrian siege of Jerusalem in 701 B.C. Isaiah confronted the Israelites on their empty religious rituals, oppression of the poor, and dependence on foreign alliances, all of which were ruining them. The book can be divided into three significant sections. Chapters 1–39…