Sermon Series

Check out our latest sermon series. Simply click on the picture or sermon title to watch the sermons. 

  • Mark 12:41-44

    In this standalone sermon, we will see that God looks at the heart of giving, not the bottom line. God desires for us to give generously and sacrificially.

  • There are times when we aren't sure how to pray.  Likewise, the disciples asked for guidance in prayer.  Jesus taught them.  His teaching in Matthew 6 shows us how to pray like He did.

  • Every year, we celebrate the coming of Jesus during Christmas. While we are unsure exactly when Jesus was born, we choose to take this time out of the year to remember the incarnation. This moment in history when Jesus step out of heaven and became human. In in the Incarnation, we have a God who actively participated with his Creation. This year, we will pause and reflect on what Christmas means.

  • Fear often holds us back. Fear of rejection. Fear of being cancelled. Fear of opinions. These fears tend to make Christians unwilling to step out in faith and proclaim what they believe. Yet, we see the faith of some great men and women in the Bible who stood for what they believed even when others were fearful. Join us as we examine this bold faith so that we might learn how to be bold ourselves.

  • Jesus proclaimed that the Kingdom of God was at hand. By making this declaration, Jesus ushered in a new way to be human. It is a way of living that God desires from his people and his creation. But what does that way of living look like? In this series, we examine what it means to be a disciple and how we can grow together into the people of God who live in His Kingdom.

  • A 2022 Standalone Sermon: God gives us rumble strips (alerts) to assist us in getting to the right destination. 

  • One of the most daunting tasks we have in this life is understanding who God is. For many people, they will spend their entire lives striving to get closer to God and His will. However, that task is impossible in many ways. Yet, God decided to reveal himself to us. What can we learn about God and our relationship to him by what he has shown himself to be?

  • Who are we? That is an important question to address in our lives. It is an important question to address in the lives of the church. Over the past five-hundred years, denominations have sprung up all across the world. Each teach their own brand of Christianity. At Kentucky Road, we desire to return to the root of the church’s foundation found in Scripture. Join us as we seek to answer the question of who we are.

  • This sermon takes us to Mark 4:25-31 as we learn about how Jesus calmed the storm and what he was teaching us through that.

  • A yearly, one-week series that answers some questions that come from the congregation.

  • Do you ever want to live a wiser life? Many decisions in life are not as easy as they may first appear to seem. Perhaps it is a struggle to consider all of the ramifications that might happen if you choose wrongly. Perhaps you just don’t know what the right thing to do is. We have all been there at some point in life. The Book of Proverbs seeks to instill the Wisdom of God into the lives of God’s people. Join us, as we seek to find that wisdom necessary for the good life. 

  • Marriage is hard. Within the marriage relationship, you are bringing two different people together into a unity that is to stretch throughout time. But the differences in personality and the changes that occur in people over time makes marriage difficult. What are the things that we can do to improve on our marriage? How can we have a marriage that operates the way that God desires it to? What steps do we need to take to have a marriage that works?

  • What does it mean to practically live out the lifestyle that Jesus demonstrated to us? In many ways, the way that we live out our servant leadership is by loving our community. There are two major ways in which we can accomplish this in our lives. The first is by sharing the Good News that has radically changed our lives, and the second is by loving our community in serving them. Join us as we examine these two concepts in this series.

  • Jesus was asked how a person can be the greatest in the kingdom of God. His answer was shocking to the Disciples who wanted to know how they can raise their social status. Jesus responds by telling them that greatness in the kingdom is serving others. Throughout His life, Jesus showcased this type of servant leadership with the way He interacted with others. As Christians, we are called to imitate this Servant King with our lives. Join us as we study the life of Jesus through the lens of the way that He served others.

  • In the Beginning… These words start the entirety of Scripture’s story. They introduce the main character of the Bible, God. And throughout those opening chapters of Genesis, we see the answer to the age-old question: Why are we here? What is our problem? Join us as we examine the answers to these questions together.

  • “Just pray and trust God!” We often hear these words when we speak about mental wellness. When someone is anxious about the future, when someone is struggling with depression, when someone has other concerns in life, this is the advice that the well-meaning Christian often gives. However, it is not always helpful advice. While it is certainly true that we should pray and trust God, the reality is that this is sometimes harder to put into practice. As Christians, we need to engage the issue of mental wellness in different ways. In this series, we will seek to find new ways to engage in this conversation. And while we will likely return to pray and trusting God, there are more things that we can do as well.

  • We live within a unique time in history. Because of expanding age expectancy, we now live in a period of history that sees five generations living at the same time. This brings new challenges as we deal with changes in society that seem to happen before anyone knows what to do. It is an exciting and challenging time. The question that the church must answer in this moment is this: how can we leave a lasting legacy together?

  • Christmas music is among the most favorite music of Christians. While most would not want to listen to Christmas music all year, there is a sense of enjoyment when we get past Thanksgiving and we start to hear the familiar songs on the radio. The Christmas hymns speak of a truth that is deeper than the melody we sing. This year join us as we celebrate Christmas and learn of the story of Jesus through the songs that we sing.

  • What is the gospel? This is not always an easy question to answer. Within the book of Romans, Paul presents the important aspect of the gospel message. In this series, we will examine his presentation and learn what the Gospel is and what it means for us.

  • God called us to live a transformed life. This life that we are called to is to be lived out in faith and results in blessing others around us. But sometimes, we can become confused on how exactly we live out this transformed life. In this series, we study the life of Elisha to see a man whose life blesses those around him because he faithfully serve God.

  • Who do you find it hardest to talk to about Jesus? Sometimes the answer to that question might surprise us. For many Christians today, it is hard to share the gospel with people that are opposed to our way of thinking. This is not a new sensation. Jonah was called to his enemies. After receiving that call, mistakes were made. The book of Jonah is a great study in what not to do when going and sharing the gospel to all people.  

  • This sermon series will be part of our relationship series for 2021. The focus for this year will be what it takes to build great relationships with God, family, and friends. The common theme throughout is a willing to take a backseat to the needs of others. The passages do not come from one book, but focus on several important passages throughout the New Testament.

  • In John’s Gospel, Jesus makes seven “I am” statements. These statements are some of the most powerful statements in all of the Gospels. They point to a Jesus that is more than just a human being. It is a Jesus is gives life and fulfills many Old Testament imagery. The goal of the series will be to examine his words in John, their importance from and Old Testament perspective, and how they apply to us today.

  • Have you ever wondered what to do in life? Maybe life is good, but something is missing. Maybe life is not going so great. James offers a solution to this problem. In this stand-alone sermon, we examine James's solution to our circumstance in life: prayer. 

  • The Church is made up of diverse people seeking to find a unity that comes from God. In the New Testament, the authors give several metaphors to explain how this diversity in unity is attained. In this series, we examine four of the more popular and powerful metaphors for the church, and how they relate to the church at Kentucky Road. 

  • This Stand-alone sermon examines the importance of generosity in the Christian's life. Join us as we look through 2 Corinthians 8 and Paul's arguments for the Christian to have an attitude of generosity. 

  • Every year, millions of Americans gather around and celebrate the Christmas holiday. For some, it is simply a time of cheer and goodwill. A holiday celebrated by their family for generations. For others, it is a time to reflect on the birth of Jesus, the namesake of the holiday. But who is Jesus? Why is his birth so important? Matthew’s Gospel seeks to provide important answers to this question. Join us, as we examine this story together.

  • Why am I here? Perhaps we have all asked this question at some point in our lives. This question can be difficult to answer at times. We read in the Bible that God has a purpose for each and every one of us. None of us are a mistake in His eyes. He desires us to engage our world around us. Join us as we explore this question deeper and seek to find purpose for our lives.

  • The presiding worldview of North America is decidedly post-Christian. It is dominated by secularism, science, and an intensely privatized spirituality. As with every dominating worldview, it impacts the way that we evaluate competing truth claims. We all start out with a set of presuppositions and paradigms that we assume to be fact based, but we seldom test it. In this series, we will examine some of the problems that secularism has with Christianity and seek to challenge those issues to provide a biblical worldview.

  • The Black Eyed Peas asked in 2003: “Where is the Love?” Seventeen years later, this question remains relevant. The world is full of chaos and hate. The culture bleeds into the church. At times, Christians show more animosity towards one another than anyone else. This should not be. John writes a letter to Christians to explain to them the importance of Love. We have a good God who desires perfect love from us. Join us as we see exactly how we can have perfect love in our lives.

  • Where is God when we suffer in life? It does not seem fair that those who do not acknowledge God prosper in this world while we suffer. Why would God allow this to happen? These are the questions of the Israelite prophet Habakkuk. These questions still plague us today. Join us as we examine why life is not fair and the faith that comes from asking these questions.

  • 2020 is an election year. In a few short months, we will be asked to pick the next president of the United States. As we head to the poles, Christians should understand what God desires from them.

  • Why am I here? Perhaps we have all asked this question at some point in our lives. This question can be difficult to answer at times. We read in the Bible that God has a purpose for each and every one of us. None of us are a mistake in His eyes. He desires us to engage our world around us. Join us as we explore this question deeper and seek to find purpose for our lives.

  • This life is full of fear. In recent times, our society developed the fear of missing out. We laugh at this concept, but for many it is true. Fear is almost second nature for us. Whether it is the future, our financial situation, or failure, we all have some fear or anxiety that plagues us. In the Bible, we are told about the nature of God who combats these fears in our lives. God is mighty and gracious. He can conquer our fears and provide peace in our lives. Join us as we learn about the nature of our God who overcomes of phobias.

  • Forgiveness. It is hard to imagine how someone could forgive us when we have done something horribly wrong. What is the motivation for such an act? Too often, we are taught to get even with those who hurt us. But if God acted in that way, the world would not exist. God chose to forgive our debts, no matter the size. In many ways, this is too good to be true. Why would he do such a thing? In this series, we will examine four passages in Jesus’s life were forgiveness is central. 

  • Jesus came to the world to show how to live and to teach people God’s standards. In Luke, we come across a short sermon that gives the basics of Jesus’s teaching. We call it the Sermon the Plain. Within this sermon, we see the essence of Jesus’s teaching. If we live by this sermon, we will find that we will follow Jesus in the ups and downs of our lives. Jesus called us to follow him, then he taught us how to do that.

  • There are things we do by habit. Over the course of a lifetime, we develop many different habits that we live by. Maybe we take the same route to work. When we find ourselves on that same road but headed in a different direction, we may by habit start heading to work instead. Habits help us develop patterns for our lives. As Christians, there are habits that help us as we develop a closer relationship with God.

    In this series, we will study some of these habits that will help us in life.

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