At New Heights, we mainly preach through the Bible verse by verse, chapter by chapter, which is known as Expository Preaching. Occasionally, we will choose a topic and spend a few weeks digging into it and revealing Biblical truths about that topic. Below you will find our most recent sermon series'. To find more sermons and sermon series, check out our mobile app.
Depths of Grace
Depths of Grace is our series through the book of Jonah. Jonah is the only prophet to literally flee from God. His story shows us the relentless pursuit and mission of God. His story shows us human depravity. Most importantly, his story shows us that we are nothing without the grace of Jesus. His story shows us the depths of grace.
Paul's letter to the church at Rome is a rich doctrinal work. In our series through the book of Romans, each sermon will exhaust and explain the text of the letter. From our depravity to our justification to practical Christian living, the book of Romans is a deep and edifying book with heavy application for us all.
Best sermon ever
In our series, "Best Sermon Ever," we take an in-depth look at Jesus' sermon in Matthew 5, 6, and 7. This sermon, commonly known as the sermon on the mount, teaches us much about how a Christian should live. Jesus preached this sermon to thousands of people in Galilee. His words were authoritative and unlike any other preacher before him or after him. His words resound still and are impactful for our lives.
This series of six sermons will examine ways to improve our home and family. Starting on Mother's Day and ending on Father's Day we'll see what the Bible has to say on the following: gospel women, orphan care, finances, devotion, hospitality, and gospel men.
slave no more
The book of Philemon is a short, concise letter from Paul wherein much grace and restoration is demonstrated. Our series, “Slave No More,” examines the theological importance of reconciliation and redemption. Paul implores Philemon to forgive and welcome his former slave back into his home as a brother. When we’re in Christ, earthly titles have little importance and we begin to understand that we’re all brothers and sisters in God’s family.
The beloved disciple, John, writes his gospel as an argument to prove Jesus’ authenticity as God in the flesh. In “Uncontainable,” we see John meticulously write about a select few of Jesus’ miraculous displays. His teaching is communicated and his passion and resurrection is proven. John doesn’t intend to give us everything about Jesus life, for that is uncontainable in all the books in the world. But John does give us plenty to believe in Jesus.