We are holistic beings. Not just cognitive. Not just emotional. We are creatures made up of beliefs that shape our desires. These desires dictate the trajectory of our lives. If we Christians are characterized by the gospel, then a complete receiving of God’s grace will affect our whole selves–including our emotions, feelings, and desires.

No where else in the Bible do we see such a poetic expression of raw emotion than in the book of psalms. The songs are filled with moments of awe, anger, doubt, sadness, hope, and joy. All are responses to the the things of this life in light of the Glory of God. In other words, by connecting the dots between the psalmist’s feelings and the gospel story, we gain insight into God’s character and his relationship with us.

It’s important to know God for who he reveals himself to be through the Bible. Including the Psalms. This summer the Short North and Tri-Village congregations are walking through a handful of selected psalms that powerfully portray God’s relationship with his people. This series will refresh your senses and challenge you to let the gospel reform your beliefs and emotions.


Date Title Scripture Preacher Sermon
July 5, 2015How Does the Gospel Engage the World?Psalms Brad SnyderListen
July 5, 2015ScripturesPsalms Nick NyeListen
June 28, 2015Fully Loved and Fully KnownPsalms Brad SnyderListen
June 28, 2015Taste and SeePsalms Taelor GrayListen
June 21, 2015Give Thanks to the LordPsalms Brad SnyderListen
June 21, 2015The Lord is GoodPsalms Taelor GrayListen
June 7, 2015JoyPsalms Nick NyeListen
June 7, 2015The Path Toward JoyPsalms Brad SnyderListen
May 31, 2015LamentPsalms Nick NyeListen
May 31, 2015Justice and GracePsalms Jeremy HartListen
May 24, 2015Who is Worthy to Worship?Psalms Brad SnyderListen
May 24, 2015Worship – Part 2Psalms Nick NyeListen
May 17, 2015Worship – Part 1Psalms Joe BylerListen
May 17, 2015Gospel LamentingPsalms Ryan StanleyListen
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