Rev. Jeremy McKeen
How do we understand Jesus' kingship? What does it mean for us to be citizens of his kingdom? As we continue through John's Gospel, Pastor Jeremy considers Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem and sets out to answer 1) What do we learn about our King? and 2) What does it mean for our lives?
Jesus Christ is worth it all. He's not worth just a piece of our lives or even the biggest piece. Christ is worth it all. In this message, Pastor Jeremy teaches from John 12 on how the gospel of Christ's love compels us to give our lives to him.
Why don't more people believe in Jesus? We see in John's gospel that it is not a lack of evidence, but rather a lack of faith. In this message, Pastor Jeremy picks up on two themes we see unfold after Lazarus is raised from the dead; The Envy of Man and the Sovereignty of God.
The story of Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead is more than a miracle; it is a sign. But what does this sign point us to? In this message, Pastor Jeremy teaches on 1) The Tombstone, 2) The Dead Man, and 3) the Linen Strips and how they relate to three problems Christ wants to redeem us from.
How are we consoled and comforted in the darkest of times? How do we become the type of people that others turn to for the comfort they need? In the second part of the story of Lazarus, Pastor Jeremy teaches on the consoling love of Jesus that we need from him and that we need to give to others.
How do you know that Jesus really cares about your life? How can you be assured of his love in difficult, even devastating times? In this message, Pastor Jeremy considers the story of Lazarus and the love of Jesus and teaches how the love of Jesus causes us to pray, persevere, and take risks.
New Years Resolutions are all about change, but the most fundamental change has already occurred in a Christian's life. What is it? And how should it change the way we view all of life? In this message, Pastor Jeremy preaches on who a Christian is and why it matters.
The Christmas story is a story about worship. But worship is not just some formal religious activity; worship is a matter of the heart. So how can we tell what we worship? Pastor Jeremy teaches from Matthew 2 about three ways to discern what we truly worship and if it's not God, what to do about it.
Christmas is a story about joy. But what is joy? And how can we experience it no matter what is happening around us? In our third Advent message, Pastor Jeremy draws out three things from Luke 2 about who God is and how it relates to experiencing real joy in a real world of suffering.
This week we look at the Christmas story from the perspective of Joseph, a man who was faced with a difficult decision to remain with Mary and ruin his reputation. We discover that Joseph made the right decision because Joseph believed Jesus had come to be 1) God for us, 2) God with us, and 3) God over us.