Sermons from Crestview Bible Church in Hutchinson, KS
Eyes On Him: Our Long Look to Jesus24/05/2020
In this sermon from Psalm 123, Kole Farney encourages us to keep our eyes on Jesus because He sits on the throne, we long for mercy, and we’ve had enough.
Coming to the House of the Lord17/05/2020
In this sermon from Psalm 122, Tom Dixon helps us see the call to pursue unity as one body in Christ is one of joy and worship, leading us to pray for peace.
Confidence in God’s Protection10/05/2020
In this sermon from Psalm 121, Luke helps give us confidence in God’s protection through these days.
Direction for Life’s Frustrations03/05/2020
In this introduction and first sermon in our Psalms of Ascent series, Phil Auxier shows how Psalm 120 gives us direction for life’s frustrations and gets us moving on the pilgrim way toward God.
In this sermon from 2 Samuel 23-24, Phil Auxier wraps up our series in 1 and 2 Samuel by calling our hearts to be stirred in light of God’s covenant, how He gives victory, His acts of wrath and mercy, as well as our need for atonement.
The Lord Is My Rock19/04/2020
In this sermon on David’s psalm of thanksgiving in 2 Samuel 22, Phil Auxier helps us see how God provides stability for us through His help, making us righteous, and His strength.
My Redeemer Lives12/04/2020
In this Easter message for 2020, Phil Auxier points to Job 19:25-27 as encouragement for gaining stability in these times through the truth of Jesus’s resurrection.
The Exalted Suffering Servant05/04/2020
In this sermon from Isaiah 52:13-53:12, Phil Auxier helps us see how we can worship Jesus as the exalted suffering Servant. We hope this encourages you as we celebrate Holy Week. Related to this, here’s a link to the Holy Week Devotional for 2020.
God Is Serious29/03/2020
In this sermon from 2 Samuel 21, Phil Auxier shows how God’s seriousness helps us to know His heart, save us, and remind us of His care.
In this sermon from 2 Samuel 20, Phil Auxier helps us see how David’s kingdom was unstable, what it means for our days of instability, and how we might find lasting stability.