Our mission statement acknowledges that we are called to "chase" after those in our community and our city. In this message, you will hear about the importance of that in the Bible (Matthew 28:18-20) and how to apply that to your life today.
North Village Church is a family...but what does that mean? How do we fit together with so many different backgrounds, perspectives, and opinions? This sermon on Romans 12:1-8 will help you reevaluate how we all individually contribute to the body of Christ.
So much has happened over the past year. Many times we find ourselves taking a step back and asking, "Wait...what?" We know God has a plan for us, so we need to really accept and appreciate His presence, power, and perseverance.
Easter is such a special time of year to celebrate the sacrifice made by our Savior. We want to help you realize the significance of that, whether you're a strong follower of Jesus or you still have some doubts. In this special Easter sermon, we look at John 20:24-29.
This is the final sermon in our Transformation series. In this message, we look into 1 Thessalonians 5:12-28 to learn about these four subpoints: 1. Pastoral Authority, 2. Church Community, 3. Personal Growth, 4. Final Charge
The last year has brought a lot of grieving. Jesus has changed the way we grieve, though. As we look into 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18, we see that as we go through the grieving process, we can find comfort. Listen to this sermon to learn more.
It's always important to maintain healthy relationships with others, especially with a year like 2020. In this sermon, we learn about how and why to put effort into relationships, even if that can sometimes go against what the culture expects.
Due to a recording issue, the first few minutes of this sermon are not available.
In various places in the Bible, we see different groups of people challenging Jesus. We focus on Mark 12:28-34 in this message, where we see a scribe ask Jesus about the most important commandment. The scribe's reaction to Jesus' response may not be what it first seems. Listen to this message to learn more about this interaction and what we should take away from it.
We look at Mark 12:13-17 to observe an interaction between Jesus and some Pharisees and Herodians about politics. Specifically, taxes. Listen to this podcast to learn how Pastor Michael leads us to use this passage to guide how we think about politics.
In Matthew 22, Jesus has an interaction, or perhaps argument, with some Sadducees about death and resurrection. We can look to Jesus' response to learn about how we should behave in situations like this.
North Village Church started 11 years ago, and we have come a long way since then! Listen to these messages and stories from our elders to learn about how God has worked through us for the past 11 years!
In 1 Samuel 17-18, David defeats Goliath, and the crowd goes wild, In the message, Pastor Michael walks us through 3 sub-points; 1. The Love of the Crowd. 2. The Hatred of Saul. 3. The Devotion of Jonathan.
In Exodus 33 we see Moses cry out in prayer, "Lord, we need your presence." Over and over the Lord had done miraculous movements in the life of Israel, but still Israel wanders from the Lord and worships a golden calf. In the message, Pastor Michael walks us through the passage to see 3 sub-points; 1. Why do we drift from the presence of God? 2. What is the presence of God? How do we engage the presence of God?
In Exodus 12 we see the God of Scripture execute judgment and in our message we answer the question, "Why does God send plagues in Exodus?" In the message, Pastor Michael walks us through 4 responses;
1. We have to read the whole of Scripture.
2. We have to see the progression of the plagues.
3. We have to see our sin and God's holiness.
4. We have to see that God wants to save.
In Exodus 4 we see the God of Scripture's primary purpose for deliverance in Exodus is not oppression, but the promise to establish a people who become the means by which the savior of humanity is ushered into our world. In the message, Pastor Michael walks us through three points from the passage; Invitation, Objection, and Gospel.