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Welcome to our sermon podcast center! 

Did you miss a Sunday? Want to hear it 1 more time? Want to recommend it to a friend? Live out of the M'town area? Or just want to check out the messages before you visit?  

Below you can get caught up on our recent sermon series!

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December 4th
The season of Advent is an annual opportunity to reorient ourselves toward the Christian hope: that one day Jesus will return and restore all things to their intended order.  In Scripture, we often see hope framed around dreams; dreams of the future,…
November 20th
Is there a prayer of thanksgiving in seasons of failure? We expect suffering (external forces complicating life), but what happens when we are faced with our own shortcomings, stupidity, arrogance, bias, prejudice. Simply put...FAILURE. The core tenets of…
November 12th
“Friendship is the only cement that will ever hold the world together.” - Woodrow Wilson We live in a culture with the perpetual desire and numerous depictions of finding your "soul-mate". It is always framed as a romantic relationship, but ar…
November 5th
7 billion on the planet. 30k in Marshalltown. House full of people. I feel all alone. Can I thank God when I feel left out...hopeless...alone? Our 20's are often marked by PROMISE and PROBLEMS. This was also true for David. In 1 Samuel 16, David is anoint…
November 1st
In Acts chapter 17, Paul wraps up his address in Athens with a call to repentance.  All of us must approach God through repentance.  It is through repentance that we give the Holy Spirit permission to do for us what we can’t do for ourselv…
October 22nd
God is near... Does that fill your soul with joy? Does it trouble you? The God who creates also inhabits His creation. He desires to connect with us, and created each of us with a desire to connect to Him.  Join us as we dig into how our soul is a ma…
October 22nd
  “To create is to reflect the image of God. To create is an act of worship.” - Erwin McManus The first characteristic God reveals about Himself is not that He is love. Nor that He is good. We learn that He creates. As the origin story of…
October 10th
EVANGELISM This word carries a lot of connotations with it. For some it means sharing the "Good News" (The root 'evangelion' means 'Good News'). For others, it is someone SHOUTING the "Good News" at them (Think Bullhorn Preacher outside of any sporting ev…
October 2nd
The worst four-letter word in the Kingdom is "they" or "them". In the Kingdom of God there is only us. Today we will dig into Paul's journey into 1st century Athens (Acts 17) and look at the shocking similarities to our own modern-day culture.  Join …
September 24th
We often look at self-control through the lenses of buffets, bars, and ballgames. Can we say no to an extra pass through the dessert bar? Can we stop at zero or 1 drink? Can we keep our emotions in check after a bad call by the ref? We look at self-contro…
September 17th
All of God’s giants have been weak men and women who have gotten hold of God’s faithfulness.-Hudson Taylor Our stories are marked with a combination of failure and faithfulness. Today we dig into how God's faithfulness helps build a bridge fro…
September 10th
Am I good? How do I become good? Is God good? We have an interesting relationship with goodness. We are drawn to goodness, but we are highly skeptical of anyone or anything that claims to be good (without flaw in both character and conduct). Each one of u…
September 4th
“For many Christians, following Jesus means we are just really, really nice.”-Sharon Miller, author Kindness is not simply a feeling of compassion, a smile or an open door. Kindness is compassion expressed through generosity. Yet, we, especial…
August 26th
The impostor of gentleness focuses on the moment rather than the promise. God chose to speak to Elijah in a gentle whisper, it was to draw him close to himself. In this message Pastor Ryan digs into the Impostor of gentleness and helps us see the authenti…
August 21st
Patience should be considered more of a “vegetable” of the Spirit, we need it but we don’t really want it. This week in our series on the Fruit of the Spirit Pastor David explores two common imposters of patience and how to cultivat…