Cornerstone

Sermon
April 28, 2015

God’s Heart for the Marginalized, Week 2

"Only by trusting in God fully and fixing our eyes on Christ can we overcome the obstacles that prevent us from faithfully following Christ's calling on our lives to love and care for the marginalized."

Sermon
January 30, 2015

What We Do On Sundays

"Sunday morning is the time we gather together and remind ourselves of what's most important: the God who has saved us, adopted us, and given us new life."

Sermon
January 19, 2015

Worship: In Spirit and In Truth

"Worship is something that concerns Christians and non-Christians—but we are hard pressed to explain exactly what it is."

Sermon
December 9, 2014

Jesus Our Shepherd

"Keep your eyes on the shepherd, listen to his word, follow him as he leads, trust him in the valley, because he went through a deeper valley for you and for me."

Sermon
December 1, 2014

Jesus Our King

"We don't want a King, but we need a King, and He is different than we ever thought."

Sermon
November 17, 2014

Walking In Strength

No matter the specific area where spiritual warfare is raging in your life, the truth of who God is and who you are defends you against the attacks and lies of Satan.

Sermon
November 10, 2014

Walking In Wisdom

Do you ever wonder what the will of God is for your life? Paul tells you to 'understand what the will of the Lord is'…do you?

Sermon
July 14, 2014

The Reign Of The King: The Empty Tomb

The resurrection shines a new light on our world, our selves, and our future.

Sermon
July 7, 2014

The King On The Cross: Burial

For most of us, the grave is a sinkhole for hope, future, joy, connection, love, and life itself. Yet the borrowed grave in which Jesus is laid has become the incubator of all of those.

Sermon
December 29, 2013

Redemption

Redemption through Christ is more than the one way to heaven…it is the one way to everything of any lasting value in this world.

Sermon
December 22, 2013

The Incarnation

When you understand Christmas, it brings tidings of deep comfort and lasting joy.

Sermon
January 3, 2013

All Things New

Celebrating the New Year points us to the celebration we’ll have when God brings in a whole new heaven and new earth.

Sermon
December 24, 2012

Immanuel

You cannot live a life based on reasonable expectation and understand the Christmas story, because the Christmas story is about God doing things that we think are impossible.

Sermon
July 29, 2013

What Is A Pastor?

What is a pastor? It may not be a question you ask yourself very often, but it is an incredibly important one.

Sermon
July 22, 2013

The Church: Diverse, Unified, Organized

The church is not a familial organization…but simply an organized family.

Sermon
June 5, 2012

Knowing & Doing

Three things we know about God, life, and our world leave us with one thing to do.

Sermon
May 29, 2012

Prayer

A relationship with God produces a life of prayer

Sermon
November 9, 2012

Should I Not Pity That Great City?

We can either use God’s love as a means to our end, rejoicing in it in only as much as it corresponds to our mission, ideas, and desires, or we can get caught up into the love and grace of God in a way that consumes us, and carries us into the heart of God. And when we are consumed with the God of the universe, we will be consumed with His heart and love for people and for the city of Los Angeles to which He has called us.

Sermon
November 1, 2012

The Worst Gospel Presentation Ever

God insists on using imperfect Jonah to reach Nineveh because He wants Jonah to experience the utter joy of running in, living in, dwelling in, and proclaiming His grace to a needy world.