• Building a Biblical Worldview in 2022 (Part 10)

    “In order to know who you are, you need to know who He is, and who He is to you.” In part ten of the Building a Biblical Worldview in 2022 series Mark Vanderwier & Becky Higgins look at answering the right questions in finding our true identity. 1. Who told you that? 2. Who is God to you? The throne of our lives is not a throne made for two – only one may sit on it.

  • Building a Biblical Worldview in 2022 (Part 9)

    “When it comes to faith, whoever takes the Son gets everything else.” In part nine of the Building a Biblical Worldview in 2022 series Mark Vanderwier talks about image, value, coins, art collecting, and the only place you can get your true identity.

  • True Confessions of a Jesus Follower

    “Real confession leads to real change.” In today’s message Gary Watson is back and talking about what the Bible really has to say about confession. Who should do it? When should they do it? To whom should they do it? Why should they do it? Give a listen and find out all the answers to these questions and more.

  • Building a Biblical Worldview in 2022 (Part 8)

    “The desire to rid the world of suffering is real, but the ability to do it is not.” In part eight of the Building a Biblical Worldview in 2022 series Mark Vanderwier looks at what the scriptures say about suffering.

  • Building a Biblical Worldview in 2022 (Part 7)

    “Salt’s not meant to stay in the shaker, that’s not where it’s meant to be… it’s meant to be used.” In part seven of the Building a Biblical Worldview in 2022 series Mark Vanderwier looks at the design for the church we find in the Bible and how this relates to the cultures it is living in.

  • Building a Biblical Worldview in 2022 (Part 6)

    “There’s a difference between child like, and childish. Even though it’s child like, it’s powerful.” In part six of the Building a Biblical Worldview in 2022 series Mark Vanderwier looks for answers to what exactly the Biblical worldview is of the term “Christian”?

  • Building a Biblical Worldview in 2022 (Part 5)

    “The truth is there is no ‘my Jesus’ and ‘your Jesus’, there’s just Jesus.” In part five of the Building a Biblical Worldview in 2022 series Mark Vanderwier talks about insiders, outsiders, sexuality, and loving all people enough to call them to Christ.

  • Building a Biblical Worldview in 2022: The State of Things (Part 4)

    “Even good laws don’t always work for broken people.” In part four of the Building a Biblical Worldview in 2022 series Mark Vanderwier talks about the three things in common between all earthy authority and what God’s design was for the State.

  • Building a Biblical Worldview in 2022 (Part 3)

    “Christ shows grace to those of us in the real, but calls us to keep pointing to the ideal.” In part three of the Building a Biblical Worldview in 2022 series Mark Vanderwier looks at what the scriptures say about family and why do we even care? In answering this question we examine three things: family as a design, family as a purpose, and family as a target.

  • Building a Biblical Worldview in 2022 (Part 2)

    “If we remove portions of the gospel because we don’t like the way they feel, then we no longer have a gospel that saves.” In part two of the Building a Biblical Worldview in 2022 series Mark Vanderwier looks at what the scriptures say about the question “is humanity inherently good?”

  • Building a Biblical Worldview in 2022 (Part 1)

    “If you hear and don’t do, you deceive you.” Happy New Year! In today’s message Mark Vanderwier begins a new series looking at the different worldviews we encounter in our lives and reflecting about are we thinking about how we’re thinking? Mark begins tackling how to answering the question of “Do I look at the world through the lens of scripture?” because what you believe matters.

  • For the World

    “There is a simplicity in the gospel when we realize it is for all nations, all people. It wasn’t just for the rich, the powerful, it was for everyone.” In today’s message Mark Vanderwier takes a look at what we can learn from the first Christmas and the simplicity that is in Christ. Our world needs to hear the Good News this Christmas, so go out and share it.