Northside Christian Church is a come as you are church! We offer our services every weekend at these times: Saturdays: 4:00 PM EST, Sundays: 9:00 AM EST and 11:00 AM EST. If you can’t make it to our campus then join us online! It’s "LIVE" online every Sunday at 11:00 AM EST.
Each image below represents a complete weekend service. To view or listen to individual sermons, simply click one of the thumbnails below.
May 22, 2016
George Ross, Senior Pastor, continued our “Pursuit of Happiness” series with “When Trials Come Our Way”. We examined God’s Word and see how trials can be a joyful opportunity to grow. He asks us to deal with trials with one another as a spiritual family. We can expect them to come with diversity. God tests our faith from time to time, but don’t confuse testing and tempting. He’s up to something that’s for our good to help us endure and mature. There’s testing, and there’s blessing for those who patiently endure.
May 15, 2016
George Ross, Senior Pastor, continues our “Pursuit of Happiness” series with “Embracing Grace & Bearing Fruit”. We examine Galatians 5 and see reminders along our journey, as we pursue God and the joy and happiness only He can bring to our lives. Trying to work our way to heaven kills grace and does not work for us. Paul’s advice is an honest assessment and personal assurance believing God will prevent further damage. He reminds us our main objective is to serve each other in love. The fruits of the Spirit that God will develop in our lives are love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.
May 8, 2016
George Ross, Senior Pastor, continues our “Pursuit of Happiness” series with “Embrace the Race”. We examine God’s Word and see the race marked out for us. We are called to remove hindrances and run with endurance, with one focal point, so we won’t lose heart. Trusting God with our circumstances, our emotions, and our prayers in challenging times in our lives puts a promise with our prayer, as we see in the race marked out for Hannah. We can trust Him when we are misunderstood on our journey toward godly happiness and take our next step of obedience in celebration to Him. God has not called us to win or place or show, but He has called us to finish.
May 1, 2016
George Ross, Senior Pastor, continues our “Pursuit of Happiness” series with “Being Our Own Worst Enemy”. We examine John 10 and see that Jesus wants to give us the fullest life possible and He’s made a way for that to happen. However, there is a threat to our happiness in life and we see in God’s Word that Moses was willing to do without pleasure for the sake of happiness and Paul warns of the slavery to sin that leads to death. The sins of the seasons of men and women are similar but different. The big question we should ask ourselves is, “What in our lives is seeking to imprison us?”
April 24, 2016
Nate Ross, Associate Pastor, continues our series, “The Pursuit of Happiness”, with “Happy Money”. We see in Luke 16 that we cannot serve both God and money. Jesus tells us the chief competitor for our hearts is our “stuff”. It’s not how much we have, but how we manage it that contributes to our happiness. Discontentment, greed, and debt can break our hearts. We need to ask ourselves, “Who’s the boss of my money?” The management disciplines of giving, saving, and then living will give us the joy, peace, and the freedom we’re looking for in our finances.
April 17, 2016
Nate Ross, Associate Pastor, continues our series, “The Pursuit of Happiness”, with “The Pursuit of Peace”. We all have an idea of how we think peace would look in our lives. Without peace, problems define us and whatever undermines our peace undermines our happiness. Peace is not the absence of conflict; it’s the presence of Christ. Examining God’s Word, we see a peace that seems impossible, but the Good News is Peace pursued us and we can rejoice in the Hope of the Glory of God.
April 10, 2016
George Ross, Senior Pastor, continues our series, “The pursuit of Happiness”, with “Your NOW Determines Your LATER.” We examine Matthew 5:1-12 and the 8 Beatitudes. We see the importance of embracing daily dependence on God regardless of what we have and loving the Creator rather than the creation. Happiness is a result; our immediate leads to our eventual, and we harvest what we plant.