“The Enemies of Joy: Anxiety” – Phil 4:4-7


The enemy works tirelessly to steal our joy through anxiety – tempting us to look inward. But God has given us instructions on how to protect it – by looking upward. Through prayer and giving thanks we are directed back to the source of our joy…God himself. This is the fourth message given by Pastor Peter Cho in the “Joy in the Journey” series and comes from Philippians 4:4-7.

“The Essentials of Joy: Love” – John 15:8-17


We struggle to find happiness because we seek it for ourselves. But Jesus shares that the path to his joy is found in loving one another as he loved us.  This message was given Pastor Peter Cho and is the third message from the series: “Joy in the Journey” and comes from John 15:8-17.


“The Essence of Joy: Jesus” – Philippians 4:4


We all pursue happiness but what if we were created for joy? A joy that can not be found in a person, place or thing but only in God Himself. In this introductory sermon on joy we explore misconceptions about joy and discover where true joy can be found. This message was given by Pastor Peter Cho and comes from Philippians 4:4.

“Living Letters” – 2 Corinthians 3:1-5


What does it mean to be a “living letter” of Christ? The following message explores how we are called to be His witnesses which means more than sharing the gospel but telling our stories within His greater story. This message was given by Pastor Peter Cho and comes from 2 Corinthians 3:1-5.

“Our Hope in Prayer” – Colossians 1:9-14


Is it right or wrong to pray for a particular outcome?The following message explores the prayers of the apostle Paul and examines how we are to pray for others. It was given by Pastor Peter Cho and comes from Colossians 1:9-14.

Luke 20:1-18 – “The Cornerstone”

LukeSeriesGraphic Jesus’ authority is defined by his identity and we cannot see him as “the way and the life” if we see him as a threat to “our way of life”. This message is from our series in the book of Luke entitled “Encountering Jesus”. It comes from Luke 20:1-18 and was given by Pastor Peter Cho.