An Ordinary Disciple (Acts 9:10-19)

Logan Wolf Upside Down

In Acts 17 the apostle Paul is in the city of Thessalonica. When the Jews in that city learn he is there, they try to stir the people up against him. They cry to the leaders, “These that have turned the world upside down are come hither also” (v. 6). The Jews had heard of Paul and what followed the …

I Have a Question (Week 2)

Logan Wolf I Have a Question

The writer Ramon Bautista said, “The only stupid question is the question that is never asked.” It’s ok to ask questions! In this series pastor Logan will answer questions submitted by the community from the Bible. In this second message he answers two: Can Christians use marijuana? How does one’s sexuality play into his or her Christian walk?

I Have a Question (Week 1)

Logan Wolf I Have a Question

An ancient Chinese proverb reminds us, “He who asks question remains a fool for 5 minutes. He who does not ask, remains a fool forever.” It’s ok to ask questions! In this series pastor Logan will answer questions submitted by the community from the Bible. In this first message he answers two: What is the purpose of life? How do you …

Adopted in Christ (Ephesians 1:1-6)

Logan Wolf Standalone Talks

There are two extremes when it comes to fathers. On the one end is the attentive father and at the other end is the absent father. The most loving and involved fathers are but a reflection of our Heavenly Father and provide only a glimpse of what it means to be a child of God. Our most broken and irresponsible …

A Spirit-Filled Witness (Acts 6:8-15)

Logan Wolf Upside Down

In Acts 17 the apostle Paul is in the city of Thessalonica. When the Jews in that city learn he is there, they try to stir the people up against him. They cry to the leaders, “These that have turned the world upside down are come hither also” (v. 6). The Jews had heard of Paul and what followed the …

From Lame to Victorious (Acts 4:23-31)

Logan Wolf Upside Down

In Acts 17 the apostle Paul is in the city of Thessalonica. When the Jews in that city learn he is there, they try to stir the people up against him. They cry to the leaders, “These that have turned the world upside down are come hither also” (v. 6). The Jews had heard of Paul and what followed the …

Frugality (Matthew 6:19-20)

Logan Wolf Resolved

Almost half of everyone that makes New Year’s resolutions never succeed. They end up making the same resolutions again and again, year after year. But we can break that pattern of failure when our resolutions are in line with what the Holy Spirit empowers us to be as believers. When it comes to such resolutions, one of the best examples …

Frugality (Matthew 6:19-20)

Logan Wolf Resolved

Resolved, if I take delight in it as a gratification of pride, or vanity, or on any such account, immediately to throw it by.

The Miracle of Pentecost (Acts 2:1-13)

Logan Wolf Upside Down

The rebels scattered at Babel (cf. Genesis 11) were represented at Pentecost and heard of “the wonderful works of God” (Acts 2:11) as the Holy Spirit was poured out.

O Pioneers! (Genesis 11:27-12:5)

Logan Wolf Standalone Talks

The Christian faith and ministry require a pioneer spirit—courage, fortitude, hope, and faith that God is working, that He loves you, and that He is taking you someplace better.

Give Thanks (1 Chronicles 16:8-36)

Logan Wolf

When your eyes are fixed on an infinite and eternal God, you will have no shortage of things for which to be thankful for.

What God Hates (Proverbs 6:16-19)

Logan Wolf Practical

God’s hatred stems from His holiness. Above all else, God is holy. God commands us to be holy because He is holy (cf. 1 Peter 1:16); therefore, we must hate what He hates.

Go to the Ant (Proverbs 6:6-11)

Logan Wolf Practical

The ant instinctively does what we so often fail to do. Solomon uses it to teach us to do our work diligently and to warn us that our laziness will rob us.

Mary’s Song (Luke 1:46-56)

Logan Wolf Christmas Music

Mary’s song reminds us that even in uncertain circumstances we can rejoice in God’s mercy toward us, toward those around us, and toward those before us.