Every life leaves a legacy. Whether intentional or not, by what we say and do as well as what we fail to say and do, we pass on to the next generation our hopes, our values, what is important to us and what is not.

Conscious of the times in which we live (“the end is near”) and the ever changing ideals promoted by the world around us, it’s imperative that we take the time to honestly and frankly discuss what it is that we should never let go of as well as how we can ensure that these all-important values are passed on to the next generation.

In this series we’re going to do just that. We’ll talk about the belief systems, the values and the priorities that are fundamental to our faith and consider the best way for this generation to impart them to the next.

“Even when I am old and gray, do not forsake me, my God, till I declare your power to the next generation, your mighty acts to all who are to come.” Psalm 71:18


Who is in ultimate control of our lives and our destiny? If it’s us, we’re in trouble. There’s tremendous comfort for us in life and in death knowing that Jesus is King. Text: 2 Thessalonians 1:3-12


What is really important for the here and now? What is your priority? That question will only be answered correctly when we understand how this life relates to eternity. Text: 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18


In a world that avoids personal responsibility and doesn’t feel comfortable passing judgment, we find security in the fact that there is right and wrong, accountability and consequences – integrity. Sermon Text: 1 Thessalonians 5:1-11


For many in our world struggling for sound doctrine seems trivial. “Is it really worth it?” Absolutely! Because the truth alone sets us free. Daniel 6:10-12, 16-23