A Messy Holiness | 1 Peter 2:9-3:7

Peter makes a big transition in his letter. He presumes everything he’s said thus far – the new life we have in Christ – and explains the new ethic and practice that means for us. Peter describes holy living for us in a variety of our relationships: as a citizen/subject to the government, as an employee, and as a spouse. Give this sermon a listen, as Sam unpacks for us what the better life in Christ is.

1 Peter 2:9-3:7


A Different People | 1 Peter 2:3-10

God has made all Christians – past, present, and future – to be his temple, which is the audacious reality that God dwells within the church. Give this sermon a listen as Sam unfolds the implications of these wonderful verses for us.

1 Peter 2:3-10


Doubt and the Christian Experience

Thomas gets a lot of flack (sadly) in the church- simply because he wanted to touch and experience the risen Christ before he believed. Jesus had another view… doubt is a good thing as it is a crucial part of our relationship with God. Pastor Sam DeSocio unpacks this passage to us, affirming our unique journeys in experiencing and knowing God, but also showing us how we learn more about our Creator and Redeemer.

John 20:24-31