Messages about Salvation


The door, the Christ, the curse and me

Speaker: Brian Martin
Topics: curse, Grace, Salvation, sin

A pandemic reveals the far reach of the Fall. Consider what a pandemic might teach us about ourselves and the Christ. Despite the curse, Jesus is found standing at our door…knocking.

Text: Revelation 3:14-22


Of Saints & Sinners…Immanuel enters the messiness

Speaker: Brian Martin
Topics: gift, Immanuel, messiness, Salvation

Consider again, the Word becoming flesh, wrapped in cloth and lying in a manger. For Christ to leave perfection and enter our messiness, indeed, Christmas is Wonderful…a story only God could write.  Text: Matthew 1:16-25; Isaiah 9:6-7


The Ask

Speaker: Brian Martin
Topics: persuaded, Salvation, Witness

One of the greatest responsibilities of the Christian witness is “the ask.” Consider how Paul honored his faith and relationship through “the ask.”  Text: Acts 26:19-32



Speaker: Brian Martin
Topics: emptied, redeemed, repentance, Salvation

A snakebite proved fatal for the Israelite’s unless they looked upon the pole lifted up before them. In this Lenten season, our wilderness may look different, yet our “bitten” nature points to One lifted up on a pole.   Text: Numbers 21:4-9; John 3:14-21


Salvation: A Relationship That Transforms!

Speaker: Nevin Hurst
Topics: discipleship, Salvation, transformation

Salvation is more than just agreeing to believe a certain way. But what is it? What does the Bible really teach about being saved? Turns out, it’s a broader concept than what we thought, affecting all of us, not just our minds.


Grafted In!

Speaker: Nevin Hurst
Topics: adoption, God's family, Salvation

Each of us was at one time a wild shoot. God has grafted us into his olive tree, and we now have access to its nutrients. Productivity should naturally follow. Text: Romans 11:11-24


Christ Died For Our Sins

Speaker: J. Carl Sensenig
Topics: Grace, Salvation

Jesus Christ is the Lamb of God who shed his blood for our sins. The death and resurrection of Jesus are events of long ago which speak into our lives today.  Text: 1 Corinthians 15:3-4