Timberlake has some great sermons - take a look at the 2024 offerings below! 

During June we are studying Paul’s letter to the Ephesians.  Paul wrote to encourage the Christians at Ephesus to grow in their faith and become more like Jesus.  Our key verse is Ephesians 4:17, “You must no longer live as the Gentiles live….”  When we are in Christ, we have a high calling: to live not like the world, or like our former selves, but like Jesus.  A Christ-centered life is not one of our own making, though.  We are raised to new life in the power of the Spirit.  And having been raised, we are free to live a life pleasing to God!

Our mission is to reach, feed, and RELEASE people to be the hands and feet of Jesus.  Timberlake Church is RELEASED by the Holy Spirit, set free and sent in mission to the world in the name of Jesus.  Kicking things off with The Church Has Left the Building, during this series we will talk about what it means for us to be sent to serve others, and we will cap it all off with a celebration of the coming of the Spirit on Pentecost.

How many of us have ever done something we’re ashamed of?  All of us, right?  Or we’ve had something done to us that makes us feel ashamed.  And whether we know it or not, a significant part of who we are and what we do is driven by this sense of shame.  It drives us to perfectionism, to criticize ourselves and others, and to be anxious.  But life doesn’t have to be this way!  The resurrection of Jesus, which we celebrate during the season of Easter, has the power not only to forgive our guilt, but also to set us free from our shame.  Join us for our Easter series, and come experience the freedom that only Christ can offer!

You know how to make Christians feel bad?  Ask them, “How’s your prayer life?”  Oof.  We have a sense of prayer’s importance, yet if we are honest, we might say that we are not praying as much or as deeply as we ought.  Now we come to the perfect time of year to consider these things.  The 40 days of Lent are for us a season to reflect on our brokenness, and on the awesome grace of God to forgive us and to save us and to show us a new way of being in the world.  This Lent, join us at Timberlake as we ask Jesus, “Lord, teach us to pray.”

We all feel it. Some of us are experiencing it right now: Financial struggles. Physical illness. Time crunch. Emotional drainage. All of these things put pressure on us and the result is that we feel… Squeezed.  You know what? Even the heroes of the Bible had bad days and bad moments. The good news is, when we are at our worst, God offers us his best.

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