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Midnight Song (Acts 16:25-40)

Pastor Troy Billow delivers a message on the impact and witness your faith has when you or somebody you know goes through tough ordeals (whether real or perceived), and they not only remain faithful, but express unassailable joy despite them.

Mob Rule (Acts 16:16-24)

Pastor Troy Billow teaches on spiritual warfare in the sense that the same spirit that stirred up contention against Paul and Silas is the same spirit that stirred up the crowds against Jesus and His people today.

Closed Doors, Open Hearts (Acts 16:5-15)

In this message, Pastor Troy Billow speaks on how people may close their hearts to the Gospel, but at the same time God is working in other people's lives to open their hearts to receiving it.


Follow the Leader (Matthew 16:21-27)

Jesus said that whoever wants to be His disciples must deny themselves, pick up their cross, and follow Him. In this message, Pastor John Billow lays out three different "crosses" that we all struggle with (rooted in our fleshy nature), and offers perspective and insight regarding each one.

The Law of Love (Romans 13:8-10)

Pastor Troy teaches how love fulfills the law of the Old Testament, and why it is so important for us to practice today. 

Nine Minutes Till Midnight (Romans 13:11-14)

As the world descends further into chaos and turmoil, Christ's return is getting closer. What are God's people supposed to do in the meantime? Such is the subject of today's message.

Governing Authorities (Romans 13:1-7)

In Romans chapter 13, the Apostle Paul instructs believers to respect the governing authorities and what that means in the sight of God. In a chaotic and hyper charged political environment, where there is so much discontent as well as those in authority that abuse that authority, what does that mean for us today? In this message, Pastor Troy Billow lays out what the Bible says in regards to respecting governing authorities, observe how Jesus handled political traps set by governing authorities, and offers both insight and challenges us as to what it entails to apply this today.

Beautiful Feet (Luke 7:36-50)

In this moving message, Pastor John Billow addresses the account of the sinful woman who went to wash Jesus's feet with her tears and with her hair, and brings it up close, and personal.

A Night Caller (John 3:1-8)

Just before He was about to turn in for the night, Jesus was visited by a visitor, a "night caller". The "night caller" was Nicodemus, a Pharisee, a member of the most powerful religious institution in Israel. Nicodemus had a deep curiosity about what Jesus was teaching, and so He visited Jesus to ask Him questions first hand in regards to what he should do to get to Heaven. Jesus told Nicodemus that he must be born again. In this message, Pastor John Billow explains what Jesus meant by being born again, and what that means for us today.

An Audience of One (John 20:30-21:19)

In this message, Pastor Troy Billow takes us into the heart of Peter, whose enthusiasm towards Christ was great when he was a disciple of Christ, but waned when the chips were down Christ was crucified by the Romans. Peter fled and did not even show up when Christ was crucified. Feeling fearful, disappointed, and depressed, all hope seemed lost for Peter. But after Christ rose from the dead, He reached out to Peter, helped him see how he was behaving, and led him to see that he needed to change. How many of us are very much like Peter? We all have a calling, we all have a unique attribute, specific talent, or purpose, but how many of us use it for the Kingdom, and how many of us do not because of fear, doubt, or self-pity? Thankfully for us, like Peter, Jesus gives us a second chance, and we see what heights Peter rose to because of His love for Christ, and his being empowered by the Holy Spirit.