A 3-Minute Video Devotional for Your Weekend

Worship is one of the most important spiritual acts of the Christian life. We have associated the act of worship almost exclusively with music, singing, and preaching. There’s nothing wrong with those things, but for Jesus, worship was more about listening to God and obeying.   3-Minute Video Devotional In this 3-minute devotional, I ask […]

Worship in Truth


Living with Anxiety and What To Do About It?

Anxiety is a common struggle in the world today. Christians are not immune. Although the Bible encourages us not to be anxious, the reality is that anxiety impacts most people at one time or another. This podcast interview with counselor Jenna Mountain goes over the basics of anxiety.

“Called To Be One”
by Dr. Ellis Orozco

Family Portraits
October 29, 2017

We live in a culture that tends to idolize marriage, parenting and family life, and places a stigma on those who feel called to live a life of singleness. In this sermon, we seek to change our perception of what it means to live the unmarried life. The apostle Paul lived the single life in a culture that did not honor that. In fact, it was a culture that assumed something was wrong with you if you were not married by a certain age. But, in 1 Corinthians 7, Paul speaks to the power of being single. He exalts the single life as a special and high calling. He speaks from a very personal perspective on the great advantages of living the unmarried life. He admits that it is not for everyone. But for those who are called to it — there is no higher calling.

by Dr. Ellis Orozco

Church and State
October 30, 2016

The 2016 election was one of the most contentious in American history. So much, it seemed, was on the line. The polarization of American life was on full display. The campaign between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump fed on the anger, division, and latent racism that has plagued our country for decades. One candidate promised to bring a renewed respect for Christian values in policies, if not in his personal life. Christians felt at a crossroads. Disappointed by the failed promises of government. Disenfranchised and insulted, they took their anger to the streets. In the midst of these social upheavals, many Christians asked, “How do I vote as a Christian?” This sermon seeks to weed through the vitriolic national rhetoric to establish a few biblical principles that should be foundational to any voting Christian.

by Dr. Ellis Orozco

The common consensus seems to be that God and science don’t mix. This sermon explores the historically controversial relationship between God and science. While science is an extremely important and valuable field of study — one that has made immeasurable positive contributions to the world — it has its limitations. The scientific method of trial and error makes the way for great advancement but makes a terrible god.



by Dr. Ellis Orozco

Family Portraits
October 15, 2017

A sermon podcast on the interdependent relationship of husbands and wives as they form the foundation for all family relationships. This sermon explores Paul’s “household code” found in Ephesians 5:21-33. Paul uses the governing theme of mutual submission to build a framework for family life. He focuses on the specific needs of love and respect as he encourages husbands and wives to live for each other. He appeals to the relationship between Jesus and the Church, as well as the creation of marriage in Genesis, as analogies for the marriage relationship.