Join us as we look at the Pastoral Epistles written to Timothy and Titus from the Apostle Paul. We will be studying these books verse by verse and be encouraged by the words of Paul to these pastors to stand on sound doctrine, rebuke false teaching, and to keep the faith!
Weekly sermons from Hillcrest
In this series we will be looking at the second letter addressed to Timothy and the instruction for the church today and for the life of the disciple of Jesus.
These are sermons that throughout the year are not part of any particular sermon series, but rather are stand alone sermons.
In this series we will be looking at the Baptist Faith & Message, our founding statement of belief as a church. The doctrine of a church is critically important and is beneficial to church unity, edification, and purpose. We hope this will be an informative and foundational series as we look closely to what we believe.
In this new sermon series we are going to walk through the Gospel of John verse by verse. The overall theme of John is the divinity of Jesus, and how is the Son of God, the second person of the Trinity. Join us each Sunday as we study a text that was written by one of the original disciples of Jesus.
In this series, we will be looking at Spiritual Disciplines, and how these cultivate in us Christlikeness. Join us as we spend a few weeks looking at the foundational disciplines that the Holy Spirit uses to transform us from the inside out.
In this new sermon series we will be looking at the book of 1 Corinthians, Paul's pastoral letter to a church that needed encouragement, correction, and guidance.
The book of James is a letter written by the brother of Jesus, pastor of the Jerusalem church, to a group of Christians that were spread throughout the land. James' primary theme is living out one's faith, being a doer and not just a hearer of the word. Join us as we unpack this letter.
This new series is based off of the book "I Will" written by Thom Rainer. The series covers the topic of taking church members from being consumers to active participants in what God is doing in our world! We will look at 4 I Will statements that each church member is called to live by and live out.
In this new series we will be looking at the Book of Colossians verses at a time. The overall theme of Colossians is that Christ is Lord over all creation, including the invisible realm. That He has secured redemption for His people, enabling them to participate with Him in His death, resurrection, and fullness. We are excited to look into this text and grow in our love & knowledge of Christ.