In Matthew 10, Jesus warns us that he is sending us out to be sheep among wolves, and challenges us to be as wise as serpents and innocent as doves. As He sends us, he goes with us. Though we are just sheep, we are sheep led by our Shepherd, Our King, and Our Victor.

We wear the Victor’s crown.  A crown ingrained with thorns and stained with the blood of persecution and sacrifice. A crown that embodies Christ’s triumph and dominion over all powers and authorities. A crown that signifies his unending Kingship, his sacrifice, and his relentless love. A crown that reminds us that as He sends us out, He goes with us. Because the same Spirit who raised Christ from the dead is with us, and lives in us. We wear the Victor’s crown. Because through Him, we are victors.

Sermons From series

Yoked With Christ


As we come to a close of our Among Wolves series, Pastor Dhati reminds us in Matthew that sharing the burden of Jesus’ cross is not compared to the blessings He shares in His crown. Like Christ, we too will wear the Victor’s crown, if we indeed hold on until the end.

Great Cost, Greater Reward


Jesus reminds us that though the cost of following Him is great, the reward He promises is greater.

Managing Fear in the Face of Persecution


As believers, it is natural for us to ignite with fear as we minister as sheep among wolves. With this reality in mind, Pastor Dhati challenges us to manage our fear in the face of persecution.

A Sobering Reality


As Jesus sends us out to do ministry among wolves, He challenges us to prepare, preach, and persevere with the reality of persecution in mind.

Christian Mission 101


The fundamentals of Christian mission: We go out in Jesus’ world, sent by Jesus to do his will, his way, in his power, and for his glory.

A Call for Laborers


The harvest is plentiful but the laborers are few. Though we are commanded to pray for more laborers, seldom do we look at ourselves as  chosen candidates. We are the laborers that Jesus commands to go and make disciples. In Matthew 10, Jesus  affirms this in his warning that we will be sheep among wolves. He commands us to go; to respond with courage and compassion, even as we face persecution, because at the end of the day, we are victorious through Him.