Adam Hunsicker
The Flow of Influence

The Flow of Influence

INFLUENCING CULTURE is a three-week Small Group Series designed to help develop a biblical approach to effectively engaging with our culture and to explore practical ways to do this in our everyday lives. For Small Group Leaders - to access the video directly from...

The Key to Freedom

The Key to Freedom

To this point in Galatians, Paul has done much in the way of explaining the freedom available in the gospel and the condemnation present in the Law. But how do we get that freedom, especially those of us who don’t feel so “free?" What is it that we need to do in order...

Epistles

Epistles

The Epistles make up over two-thirds of the entire New Testament (21 of the 27 books) and were written by Paul, James, Peter, John, and Jude, with the majority being Paul’s. The value of the Epistles to the church cannot be overestimated. These books unpack and...

Called Out

As we continue our look at Galatians we find Paul and Peter in the midst of an awkward situation at the Antioch church supper. The way in which Paul addressed the situation will highlight not only the need for Jesus in our lives, but also the futility of rule keeping...

Things Happen When We Love

One of the last things Jesus told his disciples was that they should love one another the way he loved them. It sounds really good, and it is. But how did Jesus love his disciples, and what does that mean for how we love others? Great things happen when we love....

This Is Us: Paul in Prison

Week 5Paul in PrisonWeek 5As we continue our journey through the book of Acts, we find Paul and Silas, his partner in ministry, in prison. They were arrested after casting a demon out of a girl who was being exploited by evil men who had found a way to make money from...

This Is Us: Paul

Week 3PaulWeek 3 In the forefront of the Jewish authorities’ push to quell the spread of the early church, we find Saul. He is a Pharisee of Pharisees, high among the Jewish elite, a Jew among Jews. And he hates the church. He was complicit in Stephen’s murder and now...

Perfect Judgment – Matthew 7:1-12

Maybe you’ve heard that the Bible tells us not to judge others. Perhaps you’ve even used those words to defend a mistake or misstep on your part. And yes, while there is a verse in Matthew 7 that begins like that, when context is understood, we find there is much more...

Contentment – Phil 4:10-14

We live in a society chock full of opportunities to seek that which is supposed to satisfy us. From the seemingly meaningless to the more important in life, we have been accustomed to search out what is best for ourselves. On the surface, there is nothing inherently...

Easter Devotional: Five

Join us as we observe Holy Week, beginning Sunday, March 25, with a church-wide devotional plan. Each day includes a short passage from the book of Mark, a video, some questions for reflection and a prayer. We hope that this intentional time will prepare your hearts...

The Path To Joy

At some point in our lives, we are all going to experience negative emotions. That’s right. Suffering will come. And the emotions associated with suffering…guilt, shame, sadness, despair, anger…they will follow. What we do with these emotions says a lot about our...

Ready for a Savior

Advent is simply about waiting and in the last couple weeks we’ve heard about how to wait and the significance of what we’re waiting for. In this last week of Advent, we seek to understand our role in preparing ourselves. It’s easy for us to create plans for every...