Sermon Archive

This page is a reference archive of all our recent Sunday messages, usually available in video and audio formats. If you note a recent sermon is not here, please use the Media menu above to visit our YouTube channel (usually updated within 24 hours of the service) or you can visit our ccfluvanna.sermon.net archive for audio only subscription to all published messages. If you listen to our radio broadcast, Faith By Hearing, a separate sermon.net archive is available if you are looking for a recent radio broadcast message.

1 Corinthians 3:10-23

As we approach the end of 1 Corinthians chapter 3, Paul brings a stern warning to church leadership: be careful about mixing in worldly wisdom with the Word of God to build or grow the church. The mixing in and value placed on wisdom from the worldly experts is really affecting the life and health…

1 Corinthians 3:1-9

Continuing our study in Paul’s first letter to the Corinthian church, we turn our attention to 1 Corinthians 3. You know, some chapters in the Bible are more complicated or more technically challenging than others. But some others are just plain and simple!  Well, 1 Corinthians 3 is one of the latter: right there, easy to…

1 Corinthians 2:1-16

This Sunday we return to 1 Corinthians, covering chapter 2; yes, you read that right, the whole chapter!  Remembering back to chapter one, Paul has the mission to try and unite the people in the Corinthian church. Have you ever uttered the words or thought the thought, “What were they thinking”? Sure you have! I bet…

1 Corinthians 1:18-31

After opening up our new study in 1st Corinthians last week, we move onto the second half of the first chapter. Verses 18-31 tackle the issues of wisdom and foolishness.  Paul seems worried that in all of the attraction to fancy and sophisticated logic and philosophical arguing, the cross was being squeezed into the background and was barely…

1 Corinthians 1:1-17

1 Corinthians is a letter written by the apostle Paul to the church in Corinth, a major city in ancient southern Greece.  As Pastor Steve opens this new study through the book of 1 Corinthians, he shares a little about the unique characteristics of this city — including the prominence of the temple of Aphrodite. Why did…

Romans 16:17-27

We are excited to finally put the final touches on the Romans masterpiece!  What a great book and amazing study it has been! Like so many good preachers, Paul is struggling to close his sermon/letter. Just when it seems he has concluded, he opens up a new topic entirely!  Maybe it came to his mind,…

Ephesians 4

In Ephesians chapter four we are urged to “walk worthy of the calling” that clearly involved humility, unity, and love in the body of Christ. This sounds like a tall order, and compared to what Christ has done for us, we all feel very unworthy and unable to fulfill this calling! In this message, one…

Romans 16:1-16

We are now entering the final chapter of our “Amazing Grace” study through the book of Romans!  And don’t think Romans 16 is a “throw away” chapter!  Yes its the end of the letter, but don’t give up now.  In some ways this is one of my favorite chapters!  In chapter 16, the “greeting chapter,” we…

Romans 15:14-33

We are getting so close to the end of this fantastic letter from the amazing Apostle Paul to the church in Rome!  The contents have been about grace from beginning to end. As we enter the second half of chapter 15, we will see as the tone of the letter changes a bit.  Paul speaks…

Romans 15:1-13

We return to Romans with Pastor Steve this Sunday after a couple weeks in the Psalms with some of our staff pastors!  Maybe you remember, we have been discussing “Gray Matters”: those issues that are matters of opinion and tradition that can tend to separate and divide people.  For the Jews and Gentiles in Rome…