Stand Alone Sermons
In this sermon from Psalm 145, Phil Auxier helps draw us out to praise, blessing, and eternal living in light of God, His character, and His works. We hope this sermon helps give you stability here in 2020. Here’s the Week of Prayer guide that emerged out of this sermon:
For Pastor Phil’s 20 years of service to Crestview, we invited some guest speakers to help us celebrate. In this sermon from 1 John 1:5-7, Jared Wilson invites us to walk in the light and in fellowship with one another because of the realities of what Jesus has done for us.
In this sermon from Romans 15:13, Ray Ortlund takes us into… the sacred joy that sets a church apart as truly Christian, the spiritual joy that the gospel itself continually inspires. (how Ray described this sermon) This sermon was the second sermon given to celebrate Pastor Phil’s 20th Anniversary at Crestview.
In this sermon from 2 Timothy 2:1-2, Dale Baker challenges us to be investing in the lives of others.
In this Easter message for 2020, Phil Auxier points to Job 19:25-27 as encouragement for gaining stability in these times through the truth of Jesus’s resurrection.
In this sermon from Isaiah 52:13-53:12, Phil Auxier helps us see how we can worship Jesus as the exalted suffering Servant. We hope this encourages you as we celebrate Holy Week. Related to this, here’s a link to the Holy Week Devotional for 2020.
In this sermon from Kole Farney, he encourages us with Biblical proof from the Gospel of John that all the words of the Bible are Jesus’ words.
In this sermon from Kole Farney, we launched our Week of Prayer 2020 by being encouraged to wait on the Lord, who is forgiving and redeeming, in Psalm 130.
In this sermon, Phil Auxier reviews where we’ve been in 2019 and how earthly things disappoint, can be so promising, and yet Jesus Christ fulfills.