In every part of God’s story, he is in a pursuit to save His people from sin and grant them salvation. During this sermon series, we will journey through the Book of Judges and see a God so consumed with His glory that he proactively protects children from destruction.  God faithfully extends salvation to people who already had their second chance. Circles is a plea to abandon all forms of self-reliance and return to depending on the God who extends grace, answers prayers and protects his children from the eminent self-sabotage of self­ reliance.

Sermons From series

Samson and the Myth of Usefulness

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The story of Samson shows us how God using a person does not mean he approves of a person’s lifestyle and actions. God can recycle the trash in our lives into something good, but that is no excuse to trash our lives.

Thinking We Know God

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As we continue through the book of Judges, John Martyn walks us through the story of Jephthah as we see first hand the danger of only knowing things about God, but not knowing God.

Evil in the Sight of the Lord

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As we continue through our Circles series, the book of Judges causes us to consider the seriousness of sin and idolatry before a great and longsuffering God.

God’s Glory, Man’s Weakness

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As we continue in the book of Judges, Muche shows how God’s glory is put on display even through the weakness of the men He uses.

Flawed Humans, Faithful God

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As we progress through the book of Judges, Muche shows how the story of Gideon highlights God’s extensive mercy and faithfulness towards fearful, disobedient, unqualified people. God calls people on the basis of His strength and faithfulness, not their own.

A Proper Pursuit

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As we continue in our series on the circles of life Pastor Lewis looks at the Deborah and Barak as examples of how we can have a proper perspective in our pursuit of the Lord.

From Rebellion to Redemption and Back Again

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As we begin our series in the book of Judges, we observe the pattern of sin within the nation of Israel, the destructive consequences it creates for them, and God’s justice and mercy working hand in hand to bring about their redemption.