When the calendar changes to a new year, we tend to reflect on the past year and look towards the new year. In these sermons, we look at New Years resolutions from an eternal perspective.


January 5, 2020

Around the New Year is when we start to notice our wallet is a little slim and our waistline is a little plump and we look to make changes. This year, instead of focusing on what is wrong and what needs to be fixed, we can experience the joy that comes from our salvation in Christ.

Resolved – To Go Where God Sends

January 6, 2019

Instead of making resolutions focused on ourselves, what if we recognized God for who he is and just made ourselves available to go wherever he sends us? In Isaiah 6:1-8, Isaiah is so overwhelmed by the majesty of God that he volunteers to go wherever God sends.


December 30, 2018

Jesus taught his disciples how to pray. Instead of jumping onto self improvement plans and goals to hit the gym and lay off the sweets, we can look ahead to a new year and pray like Jesus taught.

Resolved. (2018)

December 31, 2017

Rather than making New Years Resolutions that we try (usually unsuccessfully) to keep, this year, let’s look at 3 requests we can make of God in prayer for 2018. Based on a what Paul prayed for the Philippian church, we can pray that God would grow us in love, wisdom and spiritual fruit.


January 1, 2017

Are you one of the 45% of Americans who make New Year’s Resolutions each year? Check out our New Year’s Day sermon for 2017 to learn how to view resolutions from an eternal perspective.