It’s been said that the health of a church depends on the proclamation of God’s Word. If that’s true, and we believe it is, then a church needs clear, regular, and faithful bible teaching to remain and be fruitful in this world. Since we believe the Bible to be God’s Word (2 Timothy 3:16-17), we have committed ourselves to knowing and understanding the meaning of the scripture in its original context in the shadow of the cross and then apply it to our lives. This is called Expositional Preaching. It’s our normal practice to preach through entire books of the bible verse by verse to better understand and apply the entire theme of the book. There are also times when we focus on a theme from God’s Word and preach passages that speak to that idea. This makes us stay humble and faithful to God’s overarching story in the bible and forces us to preach passages of scripture that we wouldn’t normally choose to preach because of difficulty or cultural opposition. We believe that the result of preaching God’s word in this way will be much like that of Psalm 19:7-11; revival, wisdom, joy, enlightenment, perseverance, righteousness, and reward. Not to mention, we have seen the fruit of expositional preaching in the life of our church and individuals who consistently hear the gospel of grace on every page of scripture and we look forward to seeing continual transformation through the power of God’s Word and His Spirit.