Compelled by the Gospel

Join us this Sunday! Please see special Coronavirus epidemic instructions below.

Services outdoors. All other meetings on Zoom.

To love our neighbors and protect our members, we meet outdoors or on Zoom, in the event of bad weather.

Location Details

2917 Cleveland Blvd. Louisville, KY, 40206

New Sermons

Learning to Mourn: Godly Sorrow for the Lost

Lamentations is Jeremiah’s response to God’s judgement of Israel, after Israel has pursued other loves and resisted returning to God. As Jeremiah mourns in Lamentations 1:1-11, we see how we should respond to the sins of our neighbors. Not with judgment, but with real grief over the crushing effect of sin and with real hope. Click “SAVE” for the MP3 download.

Why Study 2 Corinthians?

You haven’t met Paul, and he wrote to a church 2000 years and 5500 miles away. But 2 Corinthians 1:1-2 shows why you should absolutely study 2 Corinthians. This sermon was recorded at an outdoor service. You will notice some background noise that escaped the audio filtering. Click “Save” for the sermon handout and mp3 download.

Church Blog

How to Make Our Neighborhood Less of a Strangerhood–A Neighborhood Newsletter

Originally published in Clifton Heights News, Louisville, KY, on April 1, 2020. Please note that this article was written before the 2020 Coronavirus Pandemic and argues for how we should live when there is no pandemic. Imagine you buy a magical refrigerator that automatically restocks itself, for just $30/month. Take out an orange, reopen the fridge, and find a new orange! Grab a Häagen-Dazs, eat it, reopen the door. Voila! Another ice cream bar! Better yet, use the fridge’s touch…

Resources: Coronavirus and the Christian

Below is a list of helpful resources for Christians during the current Coronavirus pandemic. They cover a range of topics and applications, so I pray that at least one resource will be helpful and applicable to you and your personal walk with Christ during this trying time. Coronavirus and ChristA letter from John Piper introducing Desiring God content on the Pandemic.“It matters little what we think about the coronavirus. But it matters forever what God thinks. He is not silent…

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