Helping People Find and Follow Jesus
Helping People Find and Follow Jesus

Sermons by Josh Sibert


Life is a series of changes: graduation, marriage, a new child, moving, retirement, to name a few. Transitions are an exciting time, but can also be challenging…especially when it comes to trusting and following Jesus.

Whether you are currently in the midst of transitioning into a new phase, or just know that one is bound to come up sooner or later, I hope you join us. We will be taking steps to ensure that no matter what transitions we go through, we can navigate them in such a way that we grow closer to the One who knows what’s next and how to best get there.

Whatever It Takes

It is so common to think… “If Jesus really cared, He would not let my life be so hard.” “The window for Jesus to help me is long gone.” “My life is better without Jesus in it.” If you can relate, Jesus wants you to know that those statements are so far from being reality.…

Too Far Gone?

If there is a sin that makes forgiveness and intimacy with God impossible, what is it? If there is a deadline for repentance, when is it? In Mark 3:20-35, Jesus answers these haunting questions and shows even those who thought they were past the point of no return how to begin — or restore — a relationship with Him that is closer than family. Join us for this encouraging study — and invite a friend!

Building Others Up

Alice Roosevelt Longworth once said, “If you haven’t got anything nice to say about anybody, come sit next to me.”

We smile because there is nothing quite like talking about other people, especially if it’s juicy. The problem is that it kills relationships and damages everyone involved, including you.

So how do we discuss issues and others in a way that makes life better? Listen as we study the discipline of building each other up. Who knows, maybe I’ll slip and say something that you can talk about over lunch. Kidding…don’t do that!

Looking Ahead

This will be the first day of a new beginning. It will be a day to say goodbye to all of the best and worst aspects of the past. Celebrating the new year gives us a chance to start fresh and look forward to what is ahead. I hope you will join us as we remove the distractions of our past so that we can run forward toward what God has for us in 2017.