Quest Sermons & Talks

To meet the needs of the Quest community and upon the request of others outside the community, sermons are now available online.

Certain depth classes will also be available in the future. If you have any questions, contact the church office for more information.

Good Friday In Context

Matthew 21:1-11

Pastor Eugene talks about the contexts into which the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem took place - the Jewish religious context and the Roman political context, to name just a couple that he mentions. He continues to talk about how looking at Good Friday with these contexts in mind can allow us to see the immense impact of that day - an impact that is still felt today.

Preached On: March 29th, 2010

Difficult Topics In A Theology of Marriage

Matthew 19:3-9

Pastor Eugene starts up Quest's sermon series on relationships again by continuing the conversation about marriage. This week, he tackles two very difficult, controversial topics: divorce and same sex marriage. In unpacking these topics, Pastor Eugene emphasizes that he does not want Quest to be defined by its stand on these topics, rather, he wants Quest to be defined by how it loves people and lives out the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

  • Length: 57:48 minutes (9.87 MB)
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Preached On: March 22nd, 2010

On The Ground In Haiti

Matthew 14:13-21

Pastor Eugene takes a break from Quest's Relationship Series to talk about his recent trip to Haiti. He talks about what he saw there and discusses some of the work that's already been done as well as the work that still needs to be done.

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Preached On: March 15th, 2010

The Pillars, Danger Zones, and Tools of Marriage

Genesis 2:18-25

Pastor DeAnza continues the marriage section of Quest's Relationship Series. In this message, she talks about foundational pillars upon which a marriage can be built, she warns of danger zones that can erode this foundation, and she gives us tools that can help us maintain a God-glorifying marriage.

Preached On: March 8th, 2010

Relationship Series: The Covenant of Marriage

Genesis 2:18-25
Matthew 19: 3-11

Pastor Ray presents ten principles that form the framework of a biblical foundation for marriage as "designed" by God. Marriage is a life-long covenant relationship in the context of the gospel of grace. It requires the willingness and desire of wife and husband to submit to each other and to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ who is the One who binds them into the unity of "one flesh" and empowers them to sustain the relationship.

Preached On: March 1st, 2010

Sexual Purity

Colossians 3:1-5

God is the creator of all good gifts. Sex is a beautiful and powerful gift from God and we ought to treasure and enjoy it within the boundaries that God created for it - boundaries God gave us not to burden us or to arbitrarily keep us from pleasure, but for our protection but also so that our soul can thrive.

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Preached On: February 23rd, 2010

A Theology of Singlehood - Part 4

Proverbs 3:5-8
2 Timothy 2:22
Luke 10:27

Pastor Eugene goes on to give more tips and suggestions on dating and courtship in this fourth part of his Theology of Singlehood series. Among other things, he touches on the importance of identity, the proper context for physical/emotional intimacy, and how passion, vision, and mission are three essential aspects to examine as one gets to know a potential future spouse.

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Preached On: February 14th, 2010

A Theology of Singlehood - Part 3

Proverbs 3:5-8
2 Timothy 2:22

In the third part of his Theology of Singlehood series, Pastor Eugene speaks to those who are single but do not feel called to be. With sensitivity and empathy, he exhorts them to wait with faith and to resist the pull towards hopelessness and cynicism. In addition, he offers up a number of active steps that singles can practice as they wait in faith.

Preached On: February 7th, 2010

A Theology of Singlehood - Part 2

1 Corinthians 7:1-9

Pastor Eugene continues spelling out a theology of singlehood and states that the primary question as to whether one should remain single or get married is, what will allow me to serve Christ better with integrity? For some, it is not an issue to remain single and to use the freedom that it provides to serve the Lord in ways that would be more difficult for married couples. For others, the God-given sexual desires of life are such that the covenant of marriage provides an outlet for that. Marriage also comes with a unique kinds of partnership and support that many who are single will never know. Both choices are viable and Biblical ways of living an authentic Christian life.

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Preached On: February 1st, 2010

Quest Annual Meeting - Financial Report

Preached On: January 31st, 2010
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