"Be Rich" Sermon Series • September 24 - October 8

Christians should be the most generous people on the planet because of God’s generosity toward us. We need to show our communities that our faith is more than just sermons and songs. Over these three weeks we will be learning how to be more generous with our resources. We will be encouraging everyone to serve in the community through a local mission, an Asbury mission, or by just doing a random act of kindness for a neighbor.

Join us for an exciting three weeks, September 24 - October 8, of giving, serving and loving, 
including a sermon series highlighting what God wants for us and from us
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September 24: Extravagant generosity // 1 Timothy 6:17–18

Jesus could not have been more clear: God measures our commitment to Him against our behavior, compassion, and generosity toward others. Extravagant generosity toward others is the appropriate response to God’s extravagant generosity toward us. Be Rich puts the fun in funding. It’s a game-changer for our nonprofit partners. It’s a life-changer for the people they serve.

Sermon Notes and Daily Study Guide // Discussion Questions and Small Group Study Guide


October 1: Guardrails // Matthew 6:24, 31-33

Contrary to popular opinion, God does not want something from you, he wants something for you. And nowhere is that more true than with your finances. Then why are we so insistent on separating our faith and our finances? What kinds of guardrails need to go up in order to protect us from financial disaster?

Sermon Notes and Daily Study Guide // Discussion Questions and Small Group Study Guide


October 8: Giving 2.0 // Matthew 6:19-21

What do our waistlines and our wallets have in common? Our giving habits share a pattern with our health habits. And in both cases, there's a better option out there. In this message we will look at how to adopt a superior habit of giving. The difference we can make by doing so in the year is immeasurable.

Sermon Notes and Daily Study Guide // Discussion Questions and Small Group Study Guide


During our Be Rich sermon series, Pastor Eric challenged everyone in our congregation to take on at least one service project for at least one hour with a goal of 1500 total service hours.

We are excited to announce... this year during our Be Rich season we served a total 1662 hours! 

For a second year in a row, we showed our communities that our faith is more than just sermons and songs. So many members of our congregation served in our community through a local mission, Asbury missions, and even by helping out friends or neighbors. It was an exciting few weeks of giving, serving and loving! 

Click here to check out the video for a small sample of the amazing servants who made "Be Rich" possible.