Sermons

Easter Sunday 2024

Easter Sunday 2024

Christ has risen! Thank you for joining us today as Pastor Kenny brings a special Easter message, celebrating Christ’s victory over the grave and the hope we have as a result. It is finished, and so you can have peace knowing you have been given an indescribable gift of grace and resurrection power. He knows your name, and he’s calling you to himself.

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Easter Sunday 2024

Good Friday 2024

This evening we commemorate the incredible sacrifice of Jesus on the cross with our traditional Good Friday service, Pastor Kenny leading through Matthew’s account of Jesus’ death and burial.

Easter Sunday 2024

Palm Sunday 2024

Welcome to Holy Week at Bridgeway! Join us in celebrating Jesus’ “triumphal entry”, and his subsequent acceleration towards the cross, the tomb, and the resurrection.

Generosity: Week 3

Generosity: Week 3

In this third and final session of our series on generosity, Pastor Kenny walks through the story of Priscilla and Aquila, a couple whose deceit and lack of generosity at the outset of the Church leads to their demise. While we do not treat this as a cautionary tale of what could happen to those of us who are not cheerful givers, we take from this event a desire to be honest and sincere in our generosity, having faith that God will provide what we need.

Generosity: Week 3

Generosity: Week 2

Today, as we continue in our series on the subject of generosity, we ask ourselves the question: what does it mean to be a cheerful giver? Pastor Kenny traces the idea of tithing through the bible, from Genesis to Paul’s writings, and discusses what and who we should be looking to as our model for cheerful giving.

Generosity: Week 3

Generosity: Week 1

As we transition from our Galatians series into this season of Easter, we pause to discuss the often uncomfortable topic of generosity. In this message, Pastor Kenny leads us through 2 Corinthians 9 to give context for our conversation, especially focusing on our heart posture as we approach giving and the impact that attitude can have on others.

Galatians: Week 15

Galatians: Week 15

It’s been an exciting journey, but we’ve reached the end of Galatians! In this message, Pastor Kenny rounds out the final chapter with Paul’s closing thoughts on the themes of circumcision, adherence to the law, and living in the flesh vs. the Spirit.

Galatians: Week 15

Galatians: Week 14

Today, Pastor Kenny returns to begin the final chapter of Galatians, linking our previous discussion of the fruit of the Spirit to what it looks like to actually live in the Spirit. We are neither to ignore nor harp on the sins of our brother; rather, those who live in the Spirit should restore their brother with gentleness, without being tempted themselves, carrying each other’s burdens.

Galatians: Week 15

Galatians: Week 13

Join us as we continue in our series on the book of Galatians. Today, Phil Merki wraps up the fifth chapter with a discussion of the fruit of the Spirit, contrasting it with the list of “acts of the flesh” from last week’s passage.

Galatians: Week 15

Galatians: Week 12

Welcome to Bridgeway! While Pastor Kenny is away in Albania, Students Pastor Jeremiah Brown brings us the continuation of our Galatians series. Today we look at Paul’s encouragement to use our freedom in Christ to walk in the Spirit, which leads us to love our neighbors and avoid the pitfalls of fleshly desires, without continued enslavement to the law.

Galatians: Week 15

Galatians: Week 11

Today in the book of Galatians, we read and discuss Paul’s continued pleas for the the church there to ignore outside influences who would have them enslaved to the Jewish law (using the example of circumcision), but rather to take full advantage of the freedom that is theirs in Christ Jesus.

Galatians: Week 15

Galatians: Week 10

As we close the fourth chapter of Galatians, Pastor Kenny explains the allegory of the “free woman” (Sarah) and the “slave woman” (Hagar) used by Paul to demonstrate our separation from those still living under the law.

Galatians: Week 15

Galatians: Week 9

Today we explore Paul’s condemnation of the Galatians who, having known and been known by God, have turned away to pursue their old ways of life.