Sermon Media

Mike Sandusky
November 1, 2020 –

Forward into Encouragement

September 20, 2020 –

Forward Through Fear and Anxiety

September 13, 2020 –

Forward Through Drift

We all drift in life at times, particularly in spiritual life. With 2020 being such a difficult, tense and particularly lonely year – how do we guard against drift?

September 6, 2020 –

A Glimpse of Heaven

Heaven is the best thing most people don’t think about. What exactly does it look like? What makes it so great? For many people, these questions are difficult to answer. In this sermon, we look at a moment where the resurrected Jesus spends time with his disciples on a fishing trip. From this “normal” and […]

August 16, 2020 –

The Pain of Betrayal

Of all the ways God could have arranged Jesus’ arrest, he chose to do it in a way where Jesus would be betrayed by one of his closest friends. Deep betrayal from a loved one is one of the worst experiences someone can have and yet, Jesus knows what it is like to experience. In […]

August 2, 2020 –

God Above All

What do we do when life’s circumstances are beyond us? The answer to this question tells us a lot about who we are, and what we think about God. In this sermon, Mike recounts a key turning point in his life where God spoke powerfully through a passage of scripture in Romans.

July 26, 2020 –

Take Heart in Christ

Faith in Jesus can be hard. If the disciples, who spent three years with Jesus on earth, had a hard time understanding Jesus and staying faithful, we will too. What is interesting about this, is that Jesus himself tells us that we will fail him in this life. Instead of wallowing in our failure or […]

July 19, 2020 –

Every Christian’s Sorrow

Every christian experiences heartbreak, sorrow, disappointment and doubt about the future. In this sermon we dive into a conversation Jesus has with the disciples about sorrow and the hope that comes from Jesus.

June 30, 2020 –

Loved to Be Loving

In John 15, Jesus gives us a new commandment: “That you love another as I have loved you.” This is a powerful call to us to love others extremely well, but how exactly do we do this? What sort of traps in our own hearts and minds keep us from loving people the way Jesus […]

June 14, 2020 –

The Vine and The Branches

In John 15, Jesus tells the disciples that we are like branches on a vine, meant to bear fruit as we are rooted in Jesus. The big question is this: What does it mean to “bear fruit” as a Christian? What if we struggle with living for God? In this sermon we tackle these questions […]

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