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Sunday, August 9th 2020
Prison Break (Acts 12:1-17)
As we continue our study through the Book of Acts by looking at the beginning of chapter 12 we see two major events: the death of the first Apostle and the escape of another Apostle from prison. In this passage, we are given a glimpse into the power of fervent prayer.


Sunday, August 2nd 2020
The Church God Blesses (Acts 11:19-26)
In this passage we are introduced to the most influential church plant of the New Testament – the church in Antioch. As we study how Jesus built this church, we see four characteristics of the type of church (and Christian) that God blesses.


Sunday, July 26th 2020
Online Question & Answer Service
Due to rain, this service was moved online. Instead of doing a traditional sermon, Tyler answered questions that were submitted ahead of time and those that were asked live on Facebook.


Sunday, July 19th 2020
God Has No Favorites (Acts 10:1-48)
Unfortunately the Christian church throughout history has been one of the main proponents of prejudice, racism, and ethnocentrism. This is not a new problem in the church; instead, it was even propagated by the great Apostle Peter. In this message, I teach through Acts 10:1-48 and we see how Peter’s prejudice & ethnocentrism is challenged and transformed by the Gospel (and how all of it applies to the church today as well).


Sunday, July 12th 2020
Special Message: Renewing Your Mind
For this Sunday, we had the honor of hearing from Chase Ward. Chase is the founder and leader of Simba Educational Ministries (one of the organizations we support as a church). In this message, Chase shares with us practical steps on how to renew our minds according to Scripture.


Sunday, July 5th 2020
Acts – Week 26: Plundering Satan (Acts 9:32-43)
In this message, we look at two incredible miracles in the Book of Acts – the healing of a paralyzed man and the raising of a dead woman. Through these two accounts, we learn the true purpose of miracles and how each of these apply to our lives today.


Sunday, June 28th 2020
Acts – Week 25: Evidence of True Conversion (Acts 9:19-31)
In this passage, we are given a glimpse into the transformation of Saul after he encounters Jesus on his way to Damascus. By looking at Saul’s transformation, we are given a glimpse into five pieces of evidence that should be in the life of every person who claims to be a follower of Jesus.


Sunday, June 21st 2020
Acts – Week 24: The Power of Discipleship (Acts 9:10-19)
There would be not Apostle Paul without the faithful ministry of an ordinary disciple named Ananias. We are introduced to Ananias in this passage and the major role he played in Paul’s discipleship. From Ananias’ example, we are given five characteristics that mark the lives of true disciples of Jesus.


Sunday, June 14th 2020
Acts – Week 23: The Conversion of a Terrorist (Acts 9:1-9)
One of the greatest events in all of human history is the conversion of a religious extremist named Saul from a persecutor of the church to a leader of the church. In this message, we consider the implications of Saul’s conversion on each of our lives.


Sunday, June 7th 2020
Acts – Week 22: God Pursues Lost People (Acts 8:26-40)
The Gospel continues to spread through the ministry of Philip. God, through an Angel, calls Philip to preach the Gospel to an Ethiopian Eunuch – a man who would have been rejected by traditional Judaism. In this passage, we learn that God pursues lost people through His people, through His Word, through His Sacraments, and through His Spirit.


Sunday, May 10th 2020
Acts – Week 21: Not All Faith Saves (Acts 8:9-24)
In this passage of Scripture, we are introduced to a false convert named Simon. Through his story, we are given five warnings to consider for each of our faith journeys.


Sunday, May 3rd 2020
Acts – Week 20: Accidental Missionaries (Acts 8:1-8)
The worst event that happened to the early church ended up being the best – the death of Stephen. Although Stephen’s death was terrible and inspired by Satan, it was used to advance the church further in it’s mission. What Satan means for harm, God can always use for good.


Sunday, April 26th 2020
Acts – Week 19: The Death of Stephen (Acts 7:54-60)
Many sermons teach us how to live for Christ; in this passage we learn how to die for Christ. Stephen, the first Christian martyr, shows us how a person full of the Holy Spirit dies well for the glory of God.


Sunday, April 19th 2020
Acts – Week 18: It’s All About Jesus (Acts 7:1-53)
Stephen, after being arrested by the Sanhedrin and accused of Blasphemy, explains to the Sanhedrin that all of the Bible is ultimately about Jesus. In this message, we learn how Abraham, Moses, Joseph, and even the Temple are merely shadows that point us to Jesus.


Sunday, April 12th 2020
Easter 2020: Resurrection Peace (Luke 24:36-53)
The chaos of our world leaves us longing for true peace. This type of peace is found in Christ and in Christ alone. In Luke 24:36-53, Jesus shares with us five different paths we can use to enter into His peace.


Sunday, April 5th 2020
Acts – Week 17: The Cost of the Spirit (Acts 6:8-15)
The life of Stephen shows us that being full of the Holy Spirit will immediately lead to opposition from the outside. We often say that we want to be “Spirit-filled” but first we need to count the cost so we understand what we are asking for.


Sunday, March 29th 2020
Acts – Week 16: Growing Pains (Acts 6:1-7)
As the church continues to grow and the work of the apostles continued to expand, they are faced with a crisis in the early church. The vulnerable are being overlooked by the church and it has caused grumbling and division to enter into the community. In this passage, we see how the early church addresses division and brings about unity.


Sunday, March 22nd 2020
Acts – Week 15: The Call to Suffer (Acts 5:17-42)
Satanic attack always follows spiritual growth. As the church continues its mission of making disciples who make disciples, the leaders face sever suffering. The reality is that the call to follow Jesus is, at the same time, a call to suffer.


Sunday, March 15th 2020
Acts – Week 14: Blueprints for the Church (Acts 5:12-16)
In Acts 5:12-16, we are given a glimpse into the blueprints for a healthy church. In this message, we consider how the principle from Acts 5:12-16 can be applied not only in Renovation Church but in churches everywhere.


Sunday, March 1st 2020
Acts – Week 13: The Virus of Hypocrisy (Acts 4:36-5:11)
Luke contrasts two kinds of people in the early church – those that are like Barnabas and those like Ananias and Sapphira. From the outside, they look nearly identical. The difference is the condition of their heart before God. In this passage, we look at the specific sin that infiltrated the church, the way sin spreads, the outcome of sin, and the medicine we must take to guard ourselves against sin.


Sunday, February 23rd 2020
Acts – Week 12: Are You Spiritually Healthy? (Acts 4:32-35)
After the Holy Spirit is poured out on the church for a second time, Luke summarizes the life of the early church and shares with us some distinctive marks of spiritual health. A spiritually healthy church begins with spiritually healthy members. In this message, we ask some diagnostic questions about our own faith journeys.


Sunday, February 16th 2020
Acts – Week 11: The Anatomy of Prayer (Acts 4:23-31)
In this passage, we are given a glimpse into the prayer life of the early church. This is the longest recorded prayer in the Book of Acts and through it we learn the origin of powerful prayer, the means of powerful prayer, and the structure of powerful prayer.


Sunday, February 2nd 2020
Acts – Week 10: Jesus > Religion (Acts 4:13-22)
The very men who oppose Jesus and his followers – the religious leaders – recognize that there is something different about Peter and John – they have been with Jesus. In the same way, there should be evidence in our life if we are truly followers of Jesus. In this passage, Luke lays out for us five different things that should be evident: boldness, transformation, opposition, obedience, and humility.


Sunday, January 26th 2020
Acts – Week 9: The Cost of Discipleship (Acts 4:1-12)
When we encourage people to become followers of Jesus, we often highlight all of the positive components. One of the radical things about Jesus is he often spoke about the negative and encouraged would-be followers to count the cost. In this passage, we look at the cost of truly being disciples of Jesus Christ.


Sunday, January 19th 2020
Acts – Week 8: God is Good, Man is Not (Acts 3:11-26)
After healing a man who was unable to walk for over four decades, a large crowd surrounds Peter and John astonished by what happened. As a result, Peter launches into a sermon and proclaims the Gospel boldly – the same Gospel our church is founded upon.


Sunday, January 12th 2020
Acts – Week 7: Power of a Transformed Life (Acts 3:1-10)
As we continue our series in the Book of Acts, we are introduced to a man who is healed after 40 years of being unable to walk. In this passage, we study this incredible event and learn how it applies to each of our lives today.


Sunday, January 5th 2020
The Holiness of God (Isaiah 6:1-7)
In this message, we had the honor of hearing from Pastor Jordan Hecox from Skandia Evangelical Free Church. Pastor Jordan teaches on the holiness and mercy of God as revealed by the great prophet Isaiah.


Sunday, December 22nd 2019
Elder Sunday
One of our goals as a church in 2020 is to add two new elder/pastors to our church to better care for God’s people. The is audio from Pastor Tyler interviewing Chuck Jones and Dave Greenlee about them becoming the first elders of Renovation Church.


Sunday, December 15th 2019
Advent – Week 3: Christmas Darkness (Matthew 2:13-23)
When we think of Christmas we tend to think of only the positive. According to Matthew, there is a much darker side to the Christmas story that consists of betrayal, murder, and spiritual warfare.


Sunday, December 1st 2019
Advent – Week 1: Jesus Saves (Matthew 1:18-25)
In this first Christmas message, we reflect on the birth narrative of Jesus as told by the Gospel of Matthew. In this passage we learn about the reproach of Christ, the work of Christ, and the identity of Christ – and how all of this applies to our lives today.


Sunday, November 25th 2019
Acts – Week 6: Four Devotions (Acts 2:42-47)
The modern church has the right goal (church growth) but the wrong method (consumerism). Healthy church growth happens when the church devotes themselves to four things: the apostles’ teaching, the fellowship, the breaking of bread, and prayer.


Sunday, November 17th 2019
Acts – Week 5: The True Gospel (Acts 2:22-41)
The Church often suffer from mission drift. We forget our focus and lose sight of the true Gospel. One of the best ways to remind ourselves of the message of the Gospel is to return to the first Christian sermon ever recorded – Peter’s sermon at Pentecost.


Sunday, November 3rd 2019
Acts – Week 3: Pentecost (Acts 2:1-13)
Andrew DeVaney, founder and leader of AsOne Ministries, joined us on this Sunday to teach through Acts 2:1-13. In this message, he proclaims that the often missed message behind Pentecost is the reality that true unity is not possible without diversity.


Sunday, October 27th 2019
Acts – Week 2: Waiting on God (Acts 1:9-26)
According to Scripture we are living in the “end times.” This is the period of time between the first coming of Jesus and the second coming of Jesus. We are called to a life of holy waiting and anticipating; understanding that Jesus could return at any moment. In this message, Pastor Tyler explains how we should focus our lives in view of this reality.


Sunday, October 20th 2019
Acts – Week 1: Continuing Jesus’ Ministry & Teaching (Acts 1:1-8)
As we begin a brand new series through the Book of Acts, we learn that the Church is called to continue Jesus’ ministry and teaching that he started during his earthly life. In this message, we wrestle with the question – what changes do we need to make to each of our lives that Jesus might use us in a more powerful way?


Sunday, September 22nd 2019
Humble Yourself (1 Peter 5:5-7)
One of the remarkable truths we discover in 1 Peter is that anxiety is a form of pride. In this message, we learn how to humble ourselves before other people and before God. A key concept is that humility is not thinking less of yourself but thinking of yourself less.


Sunday, September 15th 2019
Lead Like Jesus (1 Peter 5:1-4) – Audio Only 
All of us are leaders in various ways; in our churches, homes, communities, and workplaces. Unfortunately, many of us exercise leadership in the ways of the world rather than the ways of Jesus. In this message we learn 6 ways we can begin to lead like Jesus in each of our lives.


Sunday, September 1st 2019
Walking Through Fire (1 Peter 4:12-19)
The call to follow Jesus is at the same time a call to suffer. In this message, we learn from Peter how to walk through the fire of unjust suffering in each of our lives.


Sunday, August 25th 2019
Different – Week 11: God’s Will For Your Life (1 Peter 4:1-11)
One of the most difficult concepts for us to understand and discover is the will of God for each of our lives. According to Peter, this is much simpler than we think. In this message, Tyler teaches verse-by-verse through this passage and explains what God’s will is for each of our lives according to Scripture.


Sunday, August 4th 2019
Different – Week 10: How To Walk Through Darkness (1 Peter 3:13-17) – AUDIO ONLY
Peter is writing this letter to a suffering church. Likewise, many of us have various sufferings we are enduring – whether it be a marriage on the brink of divorce or chronic pain that seems to never cease. How do we respond in our suffering? How do we walk through the darkness? In 1 Peter 3:13-17 we learn five life-changing principles to apply to our lives while we are suffering.


Sunday, July 28th 2019
Different – Week 9: How To Be the Church (1 Peter 3:8-12)
When you ask the average person what comes to mind when they think of the word “church” the first thing they will say is “hypocrisy.” Unfortunately, this is a rather accurate evaluation of the modern church. In contrast with this, we learn from 1 Peter how we can become the kind of church – and the kind of Christians – whose lives are attractive to those outside of the church.


Sunday, July 21st 2019
Different – Week 8: Submission and Honor (1 Peter 3:1-7)
Peter continues his teaching on submission by instructing wives to submit to their husbands (even if they are not believers) and husbands to become students of their wives. The instructions he gives are in the context of marriage but have incredible applications for all Christians.


Sunday, July 7th 2019
Different – Week 7: The Joy of Suffering (1 Peter 2:18-25) – AUDIO ONLY
Peter makes it painfully clear – the call to follow Jesus is at the same time a call to suffer. This leave many questions; chief among them – how do we as Christian suffer well? In this passage, Tyler teaches how to use suffering as a platform to display the beauty of Jesus Christ.


Sunday, June 23rd 2019
Different – Week 6: This World Is Not Our Home (1 Peter 2:11-17)
The moment we came to know Jesus as Lord and Savior we became citizens of an invisible Kingdom ruled by King Jesus. In this message, we learn from Peter how this reality should affect our day-to-day lives.


Sunday, June 9th 2019
Different – Week 5: From Darkness to Light (1 Peter 2:4-10)
The three most important questions you will ever answer in your life are: Who is Jesus? Who are we? Why does it matter? Tyler teaches through this passage and explains the answers and how the message about Jesus should affect our everyday lives.


Sunday, May 26th 2019
Different – Week 4: The Power of God’s Word (1 Peter 1:22-2:3)
We become Christians and are sustained in the faith not by our actions but by the power of God’s Word. In this message, Pastor Tyler teaches through 1 Peter 1:22-2:4 with a focus on understanding the incredible power of the Word of God.


Sunday, May 19th 2019
Different – Week 3: A Call to Holiness (1 Peter 1:13-21)
Many of us view holiness as a list of things you do and do not do. What if holiness goes far deeper than behavior modification? In this message, Pastor Tyler teaches from 1 Peter 1:13-21 and we discover what true holiness looks like and how we can live holy lives by the power of the Holy Spirit.


Sunday, April 21 2019
Different – Week 2: The Resurrection Changes Everything (1 Peter 1:3-12)
The greatest event in history is the Resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. The Resurrection changes everything… but how exactly does this apply to our lives today? That’s what Pastor Tyler teaches on in this Easter morning message.


Sunday, April 7th 2019
Different – Week 1: Chosen Exiles (1 Peter 1:1-2)
In this message we begin a brand new series in 1 Peter. We learn that as Christians we are chosen exiles – called to a different Kingdom, a different Message, and a different King.


Sunday, March 31st 2019
The Call to Shepherd (John 21:15-25)
Jesus calls Peter to shepherd His sheep. The same Peter that recently denied knowing Jesus three times and tried to defend Jesus through violence. In this message, Pastor Tyler shares with us how Jesus’ choice of this unlikely shepherd applies to our lives today.


Sunday, March 24th 2019
Gone Fishing (John 21:1-14)
Peter leads a few other disciples on a failed mission trip and ends up encountering Jesus. In this passage, we see three different ways that Jesus revealed Himself to His disciples and continues to reveal Himself today.


Sunday, March 3rd 2019
Peace. Purpose. Power. (John 20:19-23)
The Resurrected Jesus appears to His disciples and offers them three gifts in the midst of a world marred by sin: peace, purpose, and power. In this message, Pastor Tyler teaches through the passage and explains how Jesus offers all of us the same gifts today.


Sunday, February 24th 2019
Online Question and Answer Service
On this Sunday we were forced to cancel our morning service due to a blizzard warning in our area. Instead of a traditional service, Pastor Tyler did an online question & answer service about Christianity, the Bible, and faith.


Sunday, February 18th 2019
An Unlikely Preacher (John 20:1-18)
The first person Jesus appears to have His resurrection is a woman who was once possessed by demons. In this passage, we learn the about the problem of faith, the gift of faith, and the calling of faith.


Sunday, February 3rd 2019
The Burial of God (John 19:38-42)
Two men risk their reputations, their income, and their lives to pay honor to Jesus by giving him a proper burial. In this message, we learn that discipleship is costly but those who have come to know Jesus realize the cost is more than worth it.


Sunday, January 27th 2019
The Death of God (John 19:17-37)
In this message, we study in detail an eye-witness account of Jesus’ crucifixion. One of the significant details we notice is that in many ways the Church is born, sustained, and rooted at the foot of the cross. We learn how all of this applies to our lives today.


Sunday, January 20th 2019
The Rejected God (John 18:39-19:16)
Jesus is rejected by the religious leaders because He did not meet their expectations and rejected by Pilate because the price of releasing Jesus was too high. Likewise, we are presented with the suffering and tortured Messiah which demands a response from us. Will we reject Him or follow Him?


Sunday, January 13th 2019
Jesus On Trial (John 18:19-24; 29-38)
Jesus is put on trial before both the religious leaders and Pilate. In this message, we learn that we are called to live according to the Kingdom of God (represented by Jesus) rather than the Kingdom of the World (represented by religious and Pilate). Practically, how do we do this in our day-to-day lives?


Sunday, January 6th 2019
The Great Denial (John 18:12-18; 25-27)
In this message we studied the greatest failure of Peter’s life – his three denials of Jesus Christ. In a similar manner, the vast majority of American Christians are also guilty of denying Jesus in a way that is more subtle but just as dangerous – we worship an American Jesus rather than the Jesus of the Bible.


Sunday, December 16th 2018
Put Away Your Sword (John 18:1-11)
In this message we begin studying the darkest day in history – the day that Jesus is betrayed by Judas, abandoned by His disciples, denied by Peter, and then crucified naked for all the world to mock. In John 18:1-11, we learn to avoid the way of Judas and the way of Peter and instead embrace the way of Jesus.


Sunday, December 2nd 2018
Unity, Glory, and Revelation (John 17:20-26)
Up to this point in Jesus’ prayer, he has been praying for his disciples in the first century. Beginning in verse 20, Jesus shifts his focus to praying for all those who will come to believe in Him throughout history. He prays for our present unity, future glory, and continued revelation.


Sunday, November 25th 2018
Real Discipleship (John 17:6-19)
As Jesus is praying for his disciples, we learn that real & authentic discipleship is Word-Centered, Jesus-Sustaining, and Mission-Focused. In this message, we unpack each of these elements and explain how it applies to our lives today.


Sunday, November 18th 2018
The Basis for Unity (John 17:1-5)
True unity is found in a biblical understanding of who Jesus is. In the beginning of his famous “High Priestly Prayer” in John 17, Jesus begins with four descriptions of who He is. Jesus is God; Jesus is King of All; Jesus is the Source of Life; and Jesus has Finished Salvation. In this message, we talk about the practical implications of these concepts for our lives today.


Sunday, November 4th 2018
Living the Resurrection (John 16:16-24)
The Resurrection of Jesus Christ is both a historical event and a present reality. A life of following Jesus means understanding how to LIVE the Resurrection in our every day lives. In this message, we seek to understand the specifics of how the Resurrection changes everything about our lives.


Sunday, October 21st 2018
Three Reasons NOT To Follow Jesus (John 15:18-16:4)
Jesus was horrible at marketing Himself – to say the least. Unlike many salesmen, Jesus emphasized the negatives of following Him over the positives. He did this because He was interested in making disciples; not religious consumers. In this message, we learn how to count the cost when it comes to following Jesus.


Sunday, October 14th 2018
Love One Another (John 15:9-17)
Jesus gives his disciples a simple yet impossible command: love one another. How can we possibly love the people who hurt us? betray us? abandon us? gossip about us? The truth is, we cannot give what we ourselves do not have. Listen to the message to understand what Jesus is talking about!


Sunday, October 7th 2018
True Discipleship (John 15:1-8)
Jesus teaches what it means to be his disciple by referring to Himself as the vine and His followers as the branches. What exactly is Jesus talking about? How do we got about “bearing fruit” in our faith journey?


Sunday, September 30th 2018
The Power of Prayer (John 14:12-17)
Jesus makes the remarkable claim that His followers will do even “greater” works than Him when we labor in prayer. Is this even possible? How can we pray in such a way that our prayers display the power of God?


Sunday, September 23rd 2018
Is Hope Possible? (John 14:1-11)
When everything seems to be falling apart in our lives & world, is hope even possible? Right before Jesus is betrayed, arrested, tortured, and crucified, he commands his disciples to not let their hearts be troubled. How does this apply to our lives today?


Sunday, September 9th 2018
The Scandal of the Cross (John 13:1-30)
Jesus assumes the position of the lowest of slaves by washing the feet of his disciples. We often believe the foot washing is simply a picture of servant-leadership. Jesus washing the feet of his disciples is far more profound and significant – it points us to the scandal of the cross.


Sunday, September 2nd 2018
The Root of Unbelief (John 12:37-50)
We often assume that people’s unbelief is due to lack of evidence. This causes us to try to “argue” people into the Kingdom of God. Unbelief is far deeper than we realize and in order to truly make disciples, we need to understand the real root of unbelief.


Sunday, August 26th 2018
Death and Glory (John 12:20-36)
Jesus proclaims to the crowd that now is the time for Him to be glorified. In the minds of many gathered in the first century, this would have meant it was time for Jesus to overthrow the Roman Government and set up a theocracy on earth. Jesus explains that his glory will be the result of his death. In this message, we wrestle with the implications this has for our lives today.


Sunday, August 19th 2018
True Worship (John 12:12-19)
What is commonly known as “Palm Sunday” shows us four characteristics of true worship. These should be evident and growing in maturity in the life of every person who claims to be a Christian. In this message, Pastor Tyler teaches verse-by-verse through this passage and explains how it applies to our lives today.


Sunday, July 29th 2018
The Grave Robber (John 11:38-44)
In this message, we learn how the raising of Lazarus applies to our lives today. The truth is Jesus does not make bad people good, or good people better – he makes dead people live by the command of His voice.


Sunday, July 22nd 2018
Abandoned by God (John 11:1-37)
We all go through seasons where God seems distant – almost as if He has abandoned us. In John 11:1-37, we are introduced to three of Jesus’ closest friends: Mary, Martha, and Lazarus. Lazarus is on the verge of death so Mary & Martha send a message to Jesus to come heal his friend. On hearing this message, Jesus intentionally stays away and allows Lazarus to die. How should we respond when it seems as if God has abandoned us?


Sunday, July 1st 2018 
Authentic Christianity (John 10:22-42)
The Festival of Dedication was a time for the Jewish people to examine themselves to see if they were truly following God. It is during this festival that Jesus gives us the identifying marks of the people of God. In this message we learn what these marks are and how we can follow Jesus more closely in every area of our lives.


Sunday, June 24th 2018
The Good Shepherd (John 10:11-21)
The Bible describes all of us as sheep in the midst of a dangerous wilderness. In order for us to survive, we must stay close to our Shepherd – the Lord Jesus Christ. In this message we learn what this means for our lives today.


Sunday, June 10th 2018
Jesus Is The Gate (John 10:1-10)
Jesus uses a figure of speech to clarify what it means to follow him. One of the strange (and remarkable claims) he makes is that He is the Gate of the sheep pen. In this message we learn what Jesus is talking about and how it applies to our lives.


Sunday, June 3rd 2018
Blind for the Glory of God (John 9:1-41)
In this passage Jesus & his disciples encounter a man who was blind from birth. The truth is, all of us are blind from birth to the things of God. In this message we learn how Jesus offers all of us new sight.


Sunday, May 27th 2018
True Freedom (John 8:30-36)
What is freedom? All of us define freedom differently. In this message we learn about true freedom and how we can receive it.


Sunday, May 20th 2018
Soul Diagnosis (John 8:21-29)
In this message we take some time to allow Jesus to diagnose the condition of our souls through His Word.


Sunday, May 13th 2018
The Light of the World (John 8:12-20)
In this message we focus on John 8:12 – Jesus’ remarkable claim to be the Light of the World. What does this actually mean? How does it apply to our lives today?


Sunday, May 6th 2018
Jesus Brings Division (John 7:37-52)
The most divisive person in all of history is Jesus Christ. He brings division into our lives because he gives us a different vision of what the “good life” really is.


Sunday, April 29th 2018
Unmet Expectations (John 7:25-36)
The crowd continues to debate Jesus’ identity. Some come to the conclusion that He is the Messiah but others have real doubts because Jesus has not met their expectations of who the Messiah should be. In the same way, Jesus often does not meet our expectations. When this happens, how should we respond?


Sunday, April 15th 2018
Who Is Jesus (John 7:1-13)
The most important question we will ever answer is, “Who is Jesus?” In this passage, we learn four different responses to Jesus and how they apply to our lives today.


Sunday, March 25th 2018
Jesus’ Most Offensive Sermon (John 6:48-71)
In one sermon Jesus manages to “grow” his church from 15,000 people to 12 by preaching his most offensive sermon. In this message we seek to understand what we can learn from Jesus’ sermon.


Sunday, March 18th 2018
Jesus Saves (John 6:36-47)
The beauty of the Gospel isn’t that we have chosen God but rather than God has chosen us. We need to constantly be reminded that the Gospel is not about what we do or who we are but rather what Jesus has done and who He is.


Sunday, March 11th 2018
Membership in the Church (Acts 2:42-47)
The early church devoted themselves to four things: the apostle’s teaching, the fellowship, the breaking of bread, and to prayer. As a church, our vision is to also commit ourselves to these four sacred disciplines.


Sunday, February 18th 2018
The Sermon That Could Get Me Fired (John 6:22-35)
The predominant model for growing a church is rooted in consumerism rather than the Gospel. Rather than offering the “food that perishes” to our world, Renovation Church will offer the bread of life.


Sunday, February 11th 2018
A Hebrew Happy Meal (John 6:1-15)
A crowd of over 15,000 people seek out Jesus because of the miracles they saw him perform. In order to feed the huge crowd of people, Jesus multiplies a few loaves of bread and some fish in the most incredible buffet of history!


Sunday, January 28th 2018
The Season Finale (John 5:31-47)
Jesus has been accused of three crimes and is facing the death penalty. As a response, Jesus calls forward five witnesses that testify the truth about who He is. He then turns the tables and brings charges against his accusers.


Sunday, January 21st 2018
Two Outcomes (John 5:24-30)
Jesus shares with us that there are two outcomes, two resurrections, and two wills for each one of our lives. In each of these options, one of them leads to life while the other one leads to death. The determining factor is how we respond to Jesus.


Sunday, January 14th 2018
Listen, Worship, Live! (John 5:17-23)
Many of us are Christian Atheists. We confess with our mouths that Jesus is Lord on Sunday but the rest of the week we live as if God does not exist! In this message from the Gospel of John, we are challenged to actually live out what we believe.


Sunday, November 19th 2017
Do You Want To Get Well (John 5:1-9)
The Gospel promises us a new life. The Gospel focuses on what Jesus has already done in our place in order to reconcile us back to God. In this message, we learn the power of the Gospel through Jesus healing a man who had been disabled for 38 years.


Sunday, November 12th 2017
Counterfeit Faith (John 4:43-54)
Faith that is rooted in what Jesus can do for us will never sustain us. In order for us to have true faith, we must understand WHO Jesus is. He is God in the flesh… the Savior of the world… the Son of God. In this message we learn the difference between real faith and counterfeit faith.


Sunday, October 29th 2017
True Worship (John 4:11-26)
At the root of every sin is actually a worship issue. If you want to overcome sin in your life, it begins with a proper view of God. In this message, we learn how worship should encompass every aspect of our lives and the four characteristics of true worship.


Sunday, October 22nd 2017
Living Water (John 4:1-10) 
Division, hatred, and racism are prevalent in our world. Our goal as a church is to be a church for all people – regardless of politics, religion, or ethnicity. How do we do this? By drinking deeply from the Living Water Jesus offers us.


Angry Jesus (John 2:13-25)
Jesus makes a whip, overturns tables, and chases everyone out of the temple. Why is Jesus so angry and how does this passage apply to our lives today?