• It’s not hard to see the challenges of racial separation, religious distinction, age differentiation, and social classism at work against unity in the church today.

    But in Christ we have peace. He is our peace, and when we know Christ, we know a new family and a new community that is distinctly marked by radically new relationships.

  • Fatherhood has given me a better idea of what God’s love for us is like. Here are three reminders for you this Valentine’s Day about what God’s love is like for you as His child.

  • God doesn't operate in karma, but in grace. Where God should punish and discipline He gives mercy. Where we have loved evil, His love loved us more.


    The message of grace is simple to receive, but takes a lifetime to learn. We enjoyed sharing the message of grace with you Sunday, and hope that grace becomes a hallmark of how God sees us, and how we can treat others.

  • Ephesians 2 dives into the things working against our healthy relationship with Knowing God the Father. Specifically, the environment of the world, the sin in our heart, and the chaos/lies of the enemy, all combine in a strong storm to shake our faith and keep us from fully experiencing the love and mercy of God.

  • Lately, I have felt off and in a funk.  I have been in a season of busyness and stress since I quit my job to start my own business.  This has resulted in more stress than I am used to and a lot more deadlines that determine if my business fails or stays alive...

  • You may not know it, but there is a resource, a power, a strength that you have in Christ that is greater than any other worldly institution or spirit.


    Last Sunday, Pastor Shawn preached on Knowing the Power of God. Check out the Sermon Summary below.

  • Are we relying on head-knowledge alone as the bride of Christ? Or are we cultivating and excavating the mysterious and wondrous riches of Christ made known to us (heart-knowledge). 


    Brandon preached from Ephesians 1, check out the summary below.

  • Whether we have had a good year or a bad year, we make grand plans in the hopes of a fresh start. This is exciting, but a word of caution. It is very easy to get swept up in the worldly way of “living your best life” and “being your best self”, but it is fleeting to run with the flow of the world, trying to build yourself up just for worldly gain. It is good to have hopes and desires and to set goals, but we should be mindful  to remember whose glory we are seeking. Are we aiming for our glory or His?

  • We are starting a 5 month sermon series called Knowing God studying the book of Ephesians. Last Sunday, we talked about the attention to the inner life of God vs. the outer life of activity. 

  • Redemption's annual vision and prayer breakfast is one of my favorite Sundays of the year and this year we have so much to celebrate and be thankful for!