Baptism is an outward sign and  picture of something that has already taken place in the life of each believer.  It is a step taken once the foundation of faith in the Father, Son and Holy Spirit is established.  Listen in as Darrell shares how the Baptismal waters demonstrate our death, burial and resurrection with Jesus.

A New Humanity

Darrell poses the question, “Who do you follow?”  In this message, he challenges us once again to consider that the power for change comes through the Holy Spirit.  The invitation is to surrender to Jesus and His kingdom principles and so release the power of His Spirit in us, a new humanity!

Jesus is Crazy

Jake  shares an intriguing message that demonstrates how the ways of Jesus often come into conflict with the tribal tendencies that dominate the thinking of mankind.  Starting with  the story of Jonah, we see how truly difficult it was then and is now to love our enemies. 


In this message, Lazarus shares many scriptural exhortations to reject fear. At the same time, in the garden of Gethsemane, Jesus is troubled by fear. We see that we are not alone when it comes to fear. It is a common human experience that even Jesus experienced. The issue is how long do we stay in that fear and how do we respond to it?

Does Prayer Matter?

Darrell shares a message on the importance of prayer out of Luke 11.   The question is, “Does prayer matter?”  As he looks closely at the parable in this chapter, the theme of persistence  becomes abundantly clear.  It is in persistently asking, seeking and knocking through prayer that we begin to see what God is doing.

A Mother's Day Panel Discussion

Casey leads a panel of three moms, Lisa Clark, Terri Hahn and Betty Moore,  in a discussion of some various parenting questions collected from the congregation.  From date night to soul care and teenagers, these moms shared the ups and downs of their own experiences in trying to raise children who love the Lord in today’s world.

The Lord's Prayer

Darrell shares about his personal journey out of  prayer-less-ness, and how he, eventually,  found a place of prayer that flowed out of relationship with Jesus.  Although books were a source of great encouragement, Darrell found he learned the most about prayer by doing it and engaging in actual prayer meetings. In this message, he explores Jesus’s teaching from Matthew 6 and the exhortation to find a place alone with God and a place of simple conversation.

Mobilizing the Body of Christ

Pastor Shannon exhorts us in this message to take seriously the call on each of us to release the Kingdom and bring heaven to earth.  For in the end, we will each stand accountable with what we have done with the period of time in which God has placed us.  Jesus took back the keys to the dominion that Satan stole, but he expects his sons and daughters to walk into the land and take possession of everything they see. These are they who will  understand the times, understand the seasons and know how to act.  Finally, Pastor Shannon leaves us  with this sobering question: “Does anybody know what time it is, and does anybody care?”