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Join Pastor Brett as he focuses on the angelic birth announcement to the shepherds and why they were the ones to receive this announcement.

Pastor Brett relates the defeat of the Baals at Mt. Carmel to the defeat of sin by Jesus at Calvary.

Pastor Brett teaches on the Old Testament Passover and how it pointed towards Jesus, the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world.

Join Pastor Brett for an Advent Devotional on God's Promise to Abraham, which is also for us as well.

Join Pastor Brett as he discusses the book "William The Baptist" by James Cheney. This book is a helpful treatise on baptism written in narrative form about a Presbyterian minister who helps a young Baptist layman, William, wrestle with the Scriptures and baptism.

Join Pastor Brett as he reviews the book Soundtracks: The Surprising Solution to Overthinking.

Pastor Brett shares about a book review of one of the greatest missionary love stories between Jim and Elisabeth Elliot. Their daughter Valerie used personal letters and journals to retrace their relationship from the days it began at Wheaton College until it culminated in their marriage in Ecuador, where they served together before Jim and four other male missionaries were brutally murdered by the tribe they were trying to reach for the gospel.

Join Pastor Brett as he explores the third petition of the Lord's Prayer from Question 103 in the Westminster Shorter Catechism.

Join Pastor Brett as he discuss the nature of prayer from Question 98 of the Westminster Shorter Catechism.

Join Pastor Brett as he answers Question 93 from the Westminster Shorter Catechism, "What are the sacraments of the New Testament?"

Join Pastor Brett for a discussion of the ordinary means of grace in the Christian's life from Question 88 in the Westminster Shorter Catechism.

Join Pastor Brett as he talks about the heinous nature of sin from Question 83 from the Westminster Shorter Catechism.

Join Pastor Brett as he dives into what is forbidden in the 9th commandment through Question 78 of the Westminster Shorter Catechism.

Join Pastor Brett as he unfolds the 8th commandment through looking at the 73rd Question from the Westminster Shorter Catechism.

Join Pastor Brett as he looks at what the 6th commandment requires from our devotional series in the Westminster Shorter Catechism.

Join Pastor Brett as he discusses the fifth commandment from Question 63 in the Westminster Shorter Catechism

Join Pastor Brett as he looks at what is required of the Sabbath from Question 58 of the Westminster Shorter Catechism.

Join Pastor Brett as he discusses the third commandment from Question 53 of the Westminster Shorter Catechism.

Join Pastor Brett as he teaches on what is meant by the phrase "before me" in the first commandment - "You shall have no other gods before me."

Join Pastor Brett as he looks at Question #43 of the Westminster Shorter Catechism, which deals with the preface of the 10 Commandments. He'll show how the preface is critical to framing the 10 commandments.

Join Pastor Brett as he speaks of the glorious hope and benefits of Christ and the final resurrection.

Join Pastor Brett as he discusses the richness of our justification in Christ from Question #33 of the Westminster Shorter Catechism

Join Pastor Brett as he discusses the exaltation of Jesus from Question 28 of the Westminster Shorter Catechism

Join Pastor Brett as he discusses the three offices (prophet, priest, king) that Jesus fulfills as our redeemer in his devotional on the Westminster Shorter Catechism Question #23.

Join Pastor Brett as he answers question 18 from the Westminster Shorter Catechism about the state of our sinfulness.

Join Pastor Brett as he talks about the impact of Adam and Eve's Fall, especially to their free will in his devotional on Questions 13 of the Westminster Shorter Catechism.

Join Pastor Brett as he discusses the importance of God's decrees in his creation and our life in Question 8 of the Westminster Shorter Catechism.

For this devotion, Pastor Brett teaches on the Westminster Shorter Catechism, Question #3, "What do the Scriptures principally teach?"

Pastor Brett teaches us to pray "Thy Kingdom Come" from our Devotionals Series on the Lord's Prayer

Pastor Brett wraps up our series on the Apostle's Creed by encouraging the believer in Christ to look to the hope of life everlasting.

Pastor Brett teaches on the work of the Holy Spirit in the believer's life to bring forth fruitfulness and usefulness.

Pastor Brett teaches on the positional and authoritative position of Jesus as our intercessor from the Apostle's Creed.

Pastor Brett encourages us to see the atoning, reconciling, redeeming and curse-busting action of Jesus crucified as we continue our exploration of the Apostle's Creed.

In this devotional, Pastor Brett teaches on the Lordship of Christ from our series on the Apostle's Creed.

For this devotion, Pastor Brett builds on the idea that God is Father by adding the descriptor that God is Father Almighty. Trusting in the Father's sovereign reign and rule in our life enables us to stand firm in the midst of life's challenges and hardships and helps us see that God does everything ultimately for our good and His glory.

Pastor Brett encourages us from Luke 10:1-20 that we are more than our successes and our failures. In fact there is only one measure of value and importance that matters in life...whether or not we are united to Christ Jesus in his death and resurrection. For he alone gives us our value and meaning in this life and the life that is to come.

One of the root causes of busyness is that we are often busy doing rather than busy leading. Pastor Brett brings a word of encouragement from Mark 1:16-20 as a reminder to focus more on the business of heaven, which is discipleship.

Pastor Brett encourages us from Mark 1:35-39 to see the frustration of having a lot of unfinished business at work or home in light of Jesus' finished work on the cross.

Pastor Brett encourages us from Luke 17:11-19 on the importance of gratitude and how our busyness is often a stumbling block to being a thankful people.

Pastor Brett encourages us from Matthew 6:26 to "look at the birds of the air" and be reminded of God's gracious provision for our lives.

Pastor Brett encourages us from Revelation 21:3-4 that God is making all things new through Christ Jesus so that he will wipe away all our tears, whether tears or sadness or tears of happiness.

Pastor Brett encourages us from Lamentations 3:22-23 to remember the Lord's steadfast love and mercy which never runs out for his beloved.

Pastor Brett encourages us from Luke 10:33 that our life, our time and our money all belong to God to use for His purposes.

Pastor Brett encourages us from Philippians 4:6 not to turn inward to ourselves in the midst of stress but to turn upward to the Lord.

Pastor Brett encourages us to see from Romans 8:28 that God's good for our lives is to be conformed to the image of His Son.

Pastor Brett encourages us from James 1:19-20 to be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to anger because our identity is secure in Christ.

Pastor Brett shows us from Matthew 27:24-26 that a failure to see and confess our sin negates the necessity of the cross, for if there is not sin, there is no need for Christ's death. May the cross grow bigger in our life everyday.

Pastor Brett shares a devotional from Matthew 11:28-30 as he reminds us to keep social distance from others, but don't keep distance from God in this time. Come to Jesus and find the rest that your soul truly longs for.

Learn how we are to view our plans and even our lives in light of James 4:13-16.

Join Pastor Brett as he shows us God's spiritual stimulus plan for our life is from James 1:2-3.

What does it mean to be made in God’s image? That was the question I was confronted with as I visited the Hogar Padre Vito Guarato (Father Vito Guarato Home) just outside San Salvador.

You must understand this, my beloved: let everyone be quick to listen, slow to speak, slow to anger. James 1:19 (NRSV) Why do I often get this backward? Why is it that I am so slow to listen, yet quick to speak and q

Look at the birds of the air: they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not of more value than they? Matthew 6:26 I’ve become a frequent shopper at our local Goodwill. There are several reasons for that. For on

“Truly God is good to Israel, to those who are pure in heart. But as for me, my feet had almost stumbled, my steps had nearly slipped. ” Psalm 73:1-2 And thus begins this Psalm of Asaph. There is much to prize in this Psalm. There is the honesty of Asaph that characterizes much of the Psalms. There is the ability to articulate not only the struggle but also the “solution” to that struggle.

With our commitment to Jesus Christ and His word, we steady ourselves to live for His glory and our spiritual renewal. Even when we need encouragement to face the challenges of life, the Lord provides His grace and strength to cause us to walk in His love with one another.

This coming Lord’s Day, we continue in our sermon series on the book of Colossians. As we examine verses 24-26 from chapter 1, we see the importance of getting Jesus right. Seeing Jesus as our supreme and sufficient, creator, redeemer and head of the church is vital when we face suffering.

This coming Lord’s Day, we continue in our sermon series on the book of Colossians. As we look to close out chapter 1, Paul continues to share his heart for ministry to the church. Having written on the suffering he endures for the sake of the church in verses 24-26, he now addresses his work in presenting the church mature in Christ in verses 27-29. That maturity begins and ends by embracing the mystery of “Christ in you, the hope of glory.”