We are going to talk about a desert, a people, their God, and their journey. It is a journey full of loneliness, difficulty, pain, uncertainty, and doubt. It's also full of beauty, power, and hope, like all difficult times are. The word that we've come to use to describe their story is Exodus. But what does that even mean?

It comes from two words: "ex" which means "out", and "hodos" which means "way". At it's core, Exodus is: The Way Out.

Is there something for us in this Exodus? Might there be a way out? It won't come quickly, they seldom do. But yes, there is a way out in the Exodus.  


Pastor Brad Davis - November 11, 2018

The journey toward freedom is usually full of opposition. In other words, things sometimes get worse before they get better. Moses met God at the burning bush. He knows exactly what to do, but things don't quite go the way they should.


Pastor Brad Davis - November 4, 2018

Sometimes God uses signs & wonders to accomplish His purposes. They aren’t parlor tricks or magic shows, usually coming in the context of simple trust & obedience. In Exodus 4, God gives Moses 3 signs aimed at showing God’s power over the mightiest nation on earth: Egypt.


Identity Theft

Pastor Brad Davis - October 28, 2018

We live in a day & age where people believe we have the right to define God. We want to make God in our own image. We want to believe that we get to define God’s character. We tend to twist God’s identity into something that we can bend to our image. This is the ultimate in identity theft! But we’re meant to find our identities through His identity. We weren’t intended to live with the pressure of impression management!


God Hears and God Remembers

Pastor Craig Olson - October 21, 2018

People hurt. It's the reality that we live in. And in the first two chapters of Exodus we see the Israelites groaning and calling out for help because of their circumstances. A lot has happened in the first two chapters of Exodus, but there is something missing. Up until this point we don't hear about God or hear from God. But in the last three verses of chapter two the story takes a shift as we see that God hears and God remembers.


In Charge

Pastor Mike Farnsley - October 14, 2018

Anger is a universal struggle.  Whether you have a temper yourself or have simply been on the receiving end of another person’s tirade, you’ve seen firsthand the hurt that can be caused when someone loses their cool.  This week, we’ll see Moses unleash his anger and end up paying for it by having to run for his life.


God DELIVERS Us to Dwell with Us

Pastor Brad Davis - October 7, 2018

In the book of Exodus, Moses is adopted into the household of Pharaoh despite overwhelming odds.  He goes from being an enemy of Pharaoh and certain death to enjoying all of the privileges of Pharaoh’s household because of the grace of God and the compassion of Pharaoh’s daughter.


All Things New Baptism Celebration

Pastor Mike Farnsley - September 30, 2018

Pastor Mike shares some of his story and the role that faith has played in his life.


Exodus - Drawn to Weakness

Pastor Brad Davis - September 23, 2018

Our God is attracted to weakness, is drawn to brokenness, and opposed to pride. The opening chapter reveals the Hebrew people in a weak and broken state and God hearing their call in slavery. God draws near in our weakness.



Pastor Brad Davis - September 16, 2018

In the book of Exodus we learn two things. God is working a good plan whose aim is blessing, and that plan will not work out the way the people of God think it should. How do we reconcile a world where we can be blessed by God and still have to live with darkness? It was at the cross that blessings and darkness collide.


Exodus - This Is Us

Pastor Jason Chenoweth - September 9, 2018

It’s easy to read the Bible and see a bunch of characters and stories and not see their connection to each other. The reality is that the Bible is the story of God and his interaction with his creations. As we dig into the book of Exodus we must keep in mind that this is a part of a much larger story.


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