Sermon Helps

Trepidation

Trepidation

“Trepidation” is a package of sermon helps in the form of graphics and a bumper video for a sermon helping people to have hope in the midst of fear.

Dress Code

Dress Code

“Dress Code” provides a package of sermon helps in the form of graphics and a bumper video for a sermon encouraging people to rummage through our closet and get dressed in the armor of God.

Home Is

Home Is

“Home Is” provides a package of sermon helps in the form of graphics for a sermon encouraging people to make the church a home.

All We (SpringLife 2016)

All We (SpringLife 2016)

“All We” is the 2016 SpringLife 8-week series teaching us how evangelism grows into discipleship. The first fours weeks leading up to Easter Sunday focus on evangelism and the four weeks after Easter Sunday focus on discipleship.

Christmas | The Gift is Waiting

Christmas | The Gift is Waiting

Christmas: The Gift is Waiting is a bumper/intro video plus graphics that can be used for a Christmas-related sermon series or event. 

We Believe (Advent 2016)

We Believe (Advent 2016)

We Believe. The Advent season is an invitation to prepare for the coming of Jesus Christ.

Reveal (Advent 2011)

Reveal (Advent 2011)

The Lord has come. Truth in the flesh is finally revealed on earth. The darkness of all time was pierced with the Light of the world, even Jesus Christ Himself. Jesus desires to reveal Himself to you and your community this Christmas.

Questions People Ask

Questions People Ask

How do we answer the big questions in life? Check out this 4 week sermon series and small group study.

Life in Color

Life in Color

Check out this 3 week Easter Series that focuses on inviting friends, preparing your heart, and celebrating the resurrection of Jesus!

Super Bowl Sunday

Super Bowl Sunday

“Coaching and Coachability” is a single-message for Super Bowl Sunday with a high fun factor. This teaching is taught by Senior Pastor Kevin Myers and Pastor Kevin Queen, and centers around the thought that “winning coaches lead themselves first.”