From messages about being involved in a church family to messages about mothers, fathers and more, this is the place to find all of our sermons that aren't a part of a regular series.
The book of Ephesians is a letter from the Apostle Paul that explains how we've been made new through Jesus Christ, and encourages us to live out our new life in all we do - from our jobs to our marriages, families and more. We've been made worthy to walk worthy.
We are blessed to be able to welcome guest speakers on occasion who visit Highlands to present Bible-based messages that inspire us and challenge us to grow our faith.
Our world is in desperate need of hope. We celebrate Christmas as the day our ultimate hope, Jesus Christ, was born to redeem our past, anchor our present, and give great hope for our future.
Every Christian wants a life that is built on the solid rock of unshakable faith in God, but what are the core disciplines that will build that kind of faith? This series explores personal foundations for an unshakable Christian life.
What is the church? How did it start? How is it structured? This series examines the biblical foundations of the church and its purpose. The Bible is clear: the Church is important. Find out why?
The modern world is full of opinions on who Jesus is. Your personal answer to the question, 'who is Jesus?' is more significant than any answer you'll ever give. The Gospel of John provides the clear answer and a deeply personal look at this personal Savior.
A series about when faith meets finances and adopting God's view of money.
The story of Daniel is one of remaining faithful within a land and culture completely opposed to God. That faithfulness is used by God to reveal that He is Lord of all and in complete control.
In our world, the Christmas message disappears under a flood of parties, shopping, and jam-packed schedules. If we don't take the time to stop and remember the story and its meaning, it can easily pass us by.
We all have convictions: core beliefs that guide our everyday actions. How do the core beliefs of Christianity stand at odds with the world in which we live? Where do you go for the foundation of your convictions?