Matthew 13:1-23 The Parable of the Soils

Pastor Kevin Miller continues in Matthew, heading into the parables. Please click here to listen to the sermon. The Parable Itself Matthew 13:1-3 The crowds follow Jesus as He goes out. At this point, they are so large that Jesus must get into a boat to be heard and seen by all. Jesus begins to ...

Pastor Miller’s Biography Page

We have added a biography link to the staff page.  You can read Pastor Miller’s bio and philosophy of ministry by clicking here.

A Man You Should Know: J. C. Ryle

I just recently finished a wonderfully written biography of J. C. Ryle who was the Bishop of Liverpool England just before the turn of the century (i.e. late 1800′s). Here is the story of a man who never set out to serve God in full-time ministry and yet ended up laboring faithfully for over six ...

Matthew 12:38-50 The Two Generations

Teaching Pastor Kevin Miller continues the Matthew sermon series. We have reached a confrontation with the Pharisees and scribes against Jesus. They are asking for a sign-miracle. Please click here to listen to the sermon. The Wicked Generation Matthew 12:38-41 Jesus is approached byt he Pharisees and the teachers of the law and challenged to ...

Risk and Success

We live in a society that minimizes risk. We like to be (or at at least think we are) in control. A person can purchase insurance for nearly anything under the sun and there are umbrella policies that cover most everything else. There are entire divisions within major companies dedicated to “risk management” and college ...

Matthew 12:22-37 Anatomy of a Pharisee

Teaching Pastor Kevin Miller continues the sermon series in Matthew, where the Pharisees level a serious charge of sin against their enemy Jesus. Please click here to listen to the sermon. Jesus Heals… But How? Matthew 12:22-23 A demon-possessed man is brought before Jesus and is healed. What is so special about this? Matthew 12:24 ...

Matthew 12:1-21 The Plot to Kill Jesus

Please click here to listen to the sermon. Lord of the Sabbath Matthew 12:1-2 It is a Sabbath day and we find Jesus and His disciples to be hungry. What do they do? They pick a few heads of grain to eat as they walk by the fields. Of course, no good deed goes unpunished: ...

The Cost of Love, Continued

“People who are determined to suffer can never have joy because they can never love like God…It’s only after you accept suffering that you can really have joy.” -Greg Forster, The Joy of Calvinism, p.124 “There is no safe investment. To love at all is to be vulnerable. Love anything, and your heart will certainly ...

Inconvenient Love

Many people, when asked what the Bible says about love, turn to 1 Corinthians 13. And this is surely a wonderful passage to turn to: here we see a picture of the love that Paul calls for Christians to have for one another following chapter after chapter of dealing with every dispute and difficulty that ...