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Easter Season Sermon Audio


Here’s an easy way to catch up on any of the sermons you may have missed from the past Easter season, culminating with Pentecost. Listen to the audio below!

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Easter Sunday – Mary and the Resurrection – Pastor Bum Yong Kim

Easter week 2 – Doubting Thomas – Cris

Easter week 3 – Understanding Evil and Psalm 1 – Pastor Bum Yong Kim

Easter week 4 – Anxiety and Psalm 4 – Pastor Bum Yong Kim

Easter week 6 – Evangelism and the Ethiopian Eunuch – Josh

Pentecost – Understanding the Holy Spirit – Cris

What Kind of King Are You Looking For? (Sermon Audio)


In a matter of days Jesus went from being welcomed as a king by the crowds as he entered into Jerusalem, to being crucified by a people who were now disappointed in the kind of king that Jesus turned out to be. And as we reflect on this period in Jesus’ life, we should ask ourselves what kind of King *we* are looking for. What kind of King do *we* want to worship?  Are we truly looking for the Jesus of scripture who calls us into a life of sacrifice and dependence on Him?

In this message from John 12, we are challenged to face this question head on. Listen to the audio below!

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Lent, Week 6 – Palm Sunday – What Kind of King Do We Worship? – Pastor Bum Yong Kim

Having to Say You’re Sorry (Sermon Audio)


In this 5th week of Lent we dwell upon what it really means to repent – to say “sorry” to God. Is it something we pursue for our individual failings or is there a communal component as well? Listen to the audio below as we are challenged by Psalm 51 to repent more genuinely and completely.

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Lent Week 5 – Repentance – Pastor Bum Yong Kim

Alive in Christ (Sermon Audio)


While two weeks ago we focused on Sabbath and the ceasing of work, this past week we focused on work itself. As Christians we are told that we are “alive in Christ,” and yet in our day to day work experience we more often resemble the walking dead. In this message from Ephesians 2 we are encouraged toward how to find life in these often dead places. Listen to the audio below.

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Lent Week 4 – Alive in Christ – Sabrina

Sabbath: The Hardest Commandment to Keep? (Sermon Audio)


As we continue in this season of Lent, the lectionary has us learning from the ten commandments. And it’s interesting to notice that the most time and words are spent on the commandment to keep the Sabbath. Is this because it’s the most difficult for us to keep? Pastor Bum explores the commandment of keeping the Sabbath and its implications for us today. Listen to the audio below!

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Lent – Week 3 – The 10 Commandments and the Sabbath – Pastor Bum Yong Kim

Lent :: Why Do It? – Sermon Audio


It’s easy to reduce Lent to simply what we’re “giving up” for the season. But is Lent really just about choosing into unnecessary inconvenience?

In this message from Mark 1 we explore the motivations for Lent through the lens of Jesus’ time in the wilderness right before the start of His ministry. Listen to the audio below!

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Lent – Why Do It? – Cris

Epiphany: Sermon Series Audio


Listen to the audio of some of our sermons from the recent Epiphany Series!

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Advent: Sermon Series Audio


Listen to some of the sermons from 2014’s Advent Series below!

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Thanksgiving: Sermon Series Audio


Catching up on audio uploads from our more recent Sermon series.

Leading up to Thanksgiving last year, we focused maintaining an attitude of thanksgiving in various circumstances. Listen to the audio below!

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The Day of the Lord (Sermon Audio)

The Day of the Lord

As Christians, we believe there will come a time where God will intervene personally in history to bring about His perfect justice. We know this as the Day of the Lord — a great and yet terrible day as we are among those in need of forgiveness.

In thinking of the injustice of Ferguson, we see that God calls us to engage injustice now because He cares about justice and wants to use us to right it. But God also calls us to rest in knowing that ultimately it will be His justice that will reign, which frees us to seek reconciliation even before there is justice.

Listen to the audio below as Josh explores the Day of the Lord and its implications for how we should approach the injustice of Ferguson and the larger injustices of the world.

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The Day of the Lord – Josh


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