You can stream or download audio from recent lessons below. We pray that you will be blessed as we look into God’s word and how we might apply it to our daily walk.


December 2019

Keeping the Faith

In 2 Timothy 4, Paul wants to give Timothy a final charge and word of encouragement. Like Timothy we all have work that God has equipped us to do. It is up to us to keep at it for the cause of Christ.


In the church we have a responsibility to model Christianity to those around us. We help each other grow closer to Christ, because He gave His life for us. His grace brings us hope.

The Word

In 2 Timothy 3, Paul tells Timothy that his familiarity with scripture will equip him for the challenges of life and ministry. Each of us should work to know the Bible better and apply it to our lives.

November 2019

A Clean Heart

Living a godly life begins with the heart. A clean heart will produce pure actions, and God’s work will be shown in our lives.

Truth and Consequences

The people we surround ourselves with can have an impact on how we live our lives. Paul warns Timothy in 2 Timothy 3 what to look out for and how to handle those who cause problems in living as a Christian.

Jesus Conquered Death

Our youth minister, John Marble, talks about how Jesus raised Lazarus in John 11 and what that means for our hope of eternal life.

The Pursuit of Righteousness

How can followers of God be ready for the work He has prepared for them? It all begins with running in the right direction. Paul encourages Timothy and us what to pursue and what to flee.

Forgiven Forever

How can I know I’m really forgiven? Tonight we look at nine assurances God gives us in scripture, so we can have confidence in His forgiveness.


In 2 Timothy 2, Paul encourages compares the walk of a Christian to a soldier, and athlete and a farmer. He encourages Timothy to consider how those qualities will help his own walk with God and the spread of the good news of Jesus.

The Freedom of Forgiveness

As Christians we know that we need to forgive, but sometimes it’s so difficult. Is it really possible, and if so how do we do it? We learn through the teaching and example of Jesus.