What does it look like to be committed to the local church? This is a 6 week series focused on what it means to be committed specifically to Redeemer, but also to the local church in general. We will look more at why we value gospel, mission, and community, and how those values are primarily lived out together in gospel community. This series is about more than church attendance or participation. It is about being committed to Christ, to Christ’s body (the church), and to Christ’s mission in the world. 

What's In A Name?


In this series, we will be looking at the origin, meaning and implications of the name of Jesus from an anthropological linguistic, cultural and historical viewpoint and also the application of the name of Jesus in our lives as Christians.

Joy To The World


Using the title of the popular Christmas worship song, this series will focus on Jesus’ first coming and our longing for his second coming with a focus on the nations. Today, over 3 billion people have never heard of the first coming of Jesus. They have little to no access to this good news. As the same time, many have heard of the first, trust Jesus, and are longing for his return. Psalm 67 repeats the phrase, “let the nations be glad”, and because of Jesus they can be. This series will be a call to embrace the global mission of God no matter where we are, and be willing to go wherever he may send us so that world may rejoice in Christ the King. 



We will take 4 weeks to walk one chapter at a time through the book of Jonah. Jonah is about way more than running from God and a big fish. Jesus references Jonah in the New Testament. Jonah shows us a God who patiently pursues our great enemies to rescue them. Jonah shows us a God who calls us to his mission in the world, and exposes our hearts in regards to that call. As we focus on brokenness for our sin, we don’t just focus on the sins of commission (meaning the sins we commit), but the sins of omission, too (meaning sin from when God calls or commands us to do something and we don’t do it). This series will expose us and our broken view of God and his mission in the world. It will expose our self-centeredness, our ethnocentrism, and more. It will also reveal a God who is faithful, patient, who pursues the worst of us, and who is deeply concerned about those around us who want nothing to do with him. 

Between Two Worlds


Peter addresses the church as exiles, sojourners, strangers in this world. As the Church we are in this world, yet not of it. We are between two worlds right now, and Peter writes to this exiled church on how we are to live as God’s people, his royal priesthood, his holy nation belonging to him. For too long the church has made itself comfortable in our country, but those days are drawing to an end. It is important that we know how to live as God’s people in this land. While we are not home yet, we have not been left alone to figure out how to live here and now. A life in Christ will be a life of suffering, but it will be a life of hope, too. The aim of this letter and series is to call us out from the world, to live on mission in a world not our own making much of Jesus personally and corporately as the church in all things. 



This stand alone sermon communicates what we are hoping and praying for this year — brokenness for our sin. When we’re broken over our own sin, we will become more broken over the sin in our world, and thus we will cry out to God to bring his kingdom on earth as it is in heaven and tell others this good news of Jesus’ love for them.

Costly Christianity


This series looks at Mark 8:34-38 and Luke 14:25-33 about denying ourselves, taking up our crosses, and following Jesus.

The Apostles Creed


The two hopes in this series are for people to have a better knowledge of essential Christian teachings and beliefs, as well as find great hope in the fact that we’re part of something thousands of years old. This should encourage us as we live our lives because we know that many suffered and died proclaiming this message. It’s always been a threat and a stumbling block in our world, but the gospel is still good news today for us and the world. 

Spiritual Discipline


1 Timothy 4:7-8 says, “Rather train yourself for godliness; for while bodily training is of some value, godliness is of value in every way, as it holds promise for the present like and also for the life to come.” How do we train ourselves for godliness? Spiritual discipline. As we discipline ourselves for work, for health, etc., so we discipline ourselves spiritually. We do this through prayer, bible study, worship, fasting, giving, rest, and many other ways. Throughout each year we will take breaks from sermons series to spend a few weeks on different spiritual disciplines.

The Announcement


This will be a 3 part series beginning on Easter Sunday. The word gospel literally means “good message” or good news” or, better yet, “good announcement”. The title is to show that this is the one announcement that trumps all other announcements. This is the greatest announcement. We are going to look at how this announcement is a revealing of the story of the entire Bible, followed by the commission of Christ to go proclaim this announcement to all the world. Essentially, this is a 3 part series on the basics of the gospel of Christ.

Ecclesiastes: Beyond The Sun


This will be a 12 week series through the book of Ecclesiastes. This book is so important even today as it looks at all the pursuits of life (pleasure, wisdom, money, power, work, etc) to find meaning and all of it is meaningless. Solomon, the writer, consistently points to the fact that there is nothing new under the sun, and instead of being weary from worry and vain pursuits we should find our joy in God who has created all things and is sovereign over all things. To the one who fears God, he/she can truly enjoy all God has given us whether good or bad because God alone is enough for us. The aim of this book is to get us beyond the sun. To live for Christ, with hearts satisfied in Him alone. When Christ is central, then we can rightly enjoy the things in life without making them gods or saviors in our lives. The world has gone after these things as ultimate for satisfaction and life. Solomon has had it all, and warns that all these pursuits are vain pursuits. We all die and we all leave as we came — with nothing. To the ones who fear the Lord, they leave the same way, but there is life for them beyond the sun. Our hope is Christ alone!

Imago Dei


This two week series is focused on what it means to be made in the image of God. This comes around MLK day and Sanctity of life Sunday. I believe this will be an important three weeks of addressing how the gospel calls us to being pro-life from the womb to the tomb, and for all people everywhere no matter who they are or what they have done or what they look like. As believers, we do not subscribe to the world’s view on these issues. The Bible is clear as to how we are to view all image bearers. 

God With Us (Advent 2018)


This is our Christmas series. These 4 Advent Sundays we’ll focus on the incarnation of Christ. What does it mean and why is it important that he is Immanuel - God with us? 



The good news of Jesus Christ is not just good news for a future glory, but good news for us today. The gospel, or good news, of Jesus transforms our lives and church. The gospel makes us a distinct people in which all life is lived in submission to Jesus Christ. The gospel calls us to Christlikeness not only in our individual lives, but also as a church. So how do we live distinct? Paul answers this in Romans 12:9-21. For the next 13 weeks we will be looking at this passage one verse at a time to examine and submit our lives to Jesus that we may be a distinct people.

Deep & Wide


Deep & Wide is a 2 week vision series at Redeemer. We desire to go deeper in our relationship with Christ and with one another, as well as reaching wider throughout our city and world. There is a direct correlation between the depth of relationship we have with Christ and one another, and the breadth of our reach with the gospel. 

Straight Outta Context


This series looks at many popular verses and passages that are often quoted out of context. These are scriptures that are printed on coffee mugs, posters, decorative items, stationary, and more. Each of these scriptures are important, and in their proper context are very powerful and encouraging. Our hope is to bring these verses and passages into their correct context, and see how these point us to Christ.



Lamentations is not a popular book of the Bible, but it is necessary to our formation in Jesus. It is a book of suffering and shame and deep sorrow, but in it we find Jesus who took our suffering, shame, and sorrow that we might be reconciled to God.

Crushed - For God's Glory and Our Good


In Isaiah 53, we see that Jesus will be crushed for our sins and that it is God's will or delight to crush him. But why? What is the reason for Jesus' suffering and death. John 12:27-36 leads us to the reason Jesus is crushed.

The Good Life


Within us all is a desire for the good life, but what is it? How can we attain it? Join us as we learn from Jesus what the good life really is from his sermon on the mount.

Advent: Hope, Love, Joy, Peace, Christ


We begin our Advent series this morning! Join us as we look at the hope, love, joy, and peace of Christ's coming.

That We May...


Join us as we begin our series through 1 John, "That We May..."

We Are Redeemer


We believe the good news of Jesus (the Gospel) is central to all of life. The next 3 weeks we'll be in John 15 as we walk through our core values: Gospel. Mission. Community.

Summer In Psalms


Tonight we begin our "Summer in Psalms" series in Psalm 1. 



Tonight we begin our new 5 week series called "Gospel Formed." We'll begin look at who Jesus is. The answer to this question affects everything we are and do. There are so many views on who Jesus is, but what does the Bible say about Jesus? If we're to speak of how the gospel forms and transforms our lives, then must begin and end with Jesus. He is central. 

Galatians: No Other Gospel


Paul claims in Galatians that there is no other gospel, yet today there are many competing "gospels". Why? Does it really matter? And how do we know the true gospel? 

Stand Alone Sermons

Sermons not a part of a greater series 

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Stillwater, OK 74074

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Stillwater, OK 74074