Stand Alone Sermons
In this sermon from Psalm 90, Phil Auxier shows how God’s eternal (and we’re not), why that is, and how we live in light of these truths.
In this sermon from James 2:1-13, we’re encouraged to hold on to our faith in Jesus so that we love others and show them mercy.
In this sermon from Bob Guthrie, we’re given some tools to have meaningful time with God in His Word.
In this launch of our Week of Prayer, Tom Dixon provides some ways to think about prayer and help move us to praying.
In this sermon, Phil Auxier reviews the 2018 sermons at Crestview, highlighting some lessons we learned.
In this sermon from 1 Corinthians 10:23-31, Thad Bergmeier challenges us to think intentionally about how God might be glorified in our lives. (if you’re watching the video, the sermon begins around the 29:00 mark)
During Sunday School on September 23, Thad Bergmeier challenged us to think about how we might share the Gospel with others through a simple tool called My Circle.
In this sermon, Kole Farney invites us to think about the law the way Jesus does, from this important part of the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5:17-20). “What Jesus wants from us is wholehearted devotion to Him, no longer us following a list of rules.”
On Sunday, June 24, we celebrated baptism and the Lord’s Supper. Caleb Gaeddert encouraged us to view baptism as a chance to witness and celebrate. Phil Auxier baptized four people and summarized their testimonies. Tom Dixon helped us think about what the Lord’s Supper means. We hope this was an encouraging morning for you.