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    January 13, 2019
    Standalone Messages Scripture:
    Matthew 9:9-13
    Speaker: Jared Mitchell - As we seek to reach our community, our friends, our co-workers, and our family with the gospel, one the greatest questions we can ask is, “What is Jesus’ perspective of the lost?” “What ...

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Sun, Jan 13, 2019
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52 mins 26 secs
Speaker: Jared Mitchell - As we seek to reach our community, our friends, our co-workers, and our family with the gospel, one the greatest questions we can ask is, “What is Jesus’ perspective of the lost?” “What was his mindset towards people that weren’t His followers?” Matthew 9:9-12 points us to three powerful perspectives of Jesus that will encourage and help us impact the people that God has put in our day to day lives who don’t know Him. The first truth we see in this passage is that Jesus went out of his way to show love lost people. His love towards those who were lost had no limits. Secondly, we see that He was simply their friend. Jesus made a point to spend time and hang out with lost people. In fact, he had a reputation for being a “friend to sinners.” Lastly, Jesus saw lost people as sick spiritually and in need of Savior. How amazing would it be if we followed Jesus’ perspective of the lost? It would be life changing! Let’s pray that the very love that Jesus has for us and others motivates us to do the same by His grace!
Christianity Explained
Sun, Jan 13, 2019
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31 mins 14 secs
Speaker: Sean Lawley -
Biblical Conflict Resolution
Sun, Jan 13, 2019
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41 mins 7 secs
Speaker: Aaron Boyce -
Standalone Messages
Sun, Jan 06, 2019
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52 mins 59 secs
Speaker: Jon Kopp - In the book of Ecclesiastes, Solomon systematically uncovers the emptiness in all of life’s pursuits. Wisdom, folly, work, leisure, money, possessions, success, power, pleasure, control and understanding—all of life—will leave us empty without God at their center. In today’s text, Solomon he has turned his attention to the pursuit of a relationship with God, and he uncovers that in life under the sun, even a pursuit of a relationship with God can leave us empty. But, Solomon doesn’t uncover the problem only to leave us in frustration, he uncovers the problem to point us to what truly matters—even as we approach God Himself. What is the One thing truly matters above all else? “The end of the matter, all has been heard, fear God and keep His commandments. For this is the whole duty of man.” (Ecc. 12:13)
Biblical Conflict Resolution
Sun, Jan 06, 2019
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36 mins 47 secs
Speaker: Aaron Boyce
Christianity Explained
Sun, Jan 06, 2019
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37 mins
Speaker: Sean Lawley
Standalone Messages
Sun, Dec 30, 2018
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27 mins 54 secs
This time of year, with its holidays and fast approaching new year, lends itself to a natural season of reflection. And with that reflection, we once again feel the highs and lows of the past year and face a range of emotions regarding the new. Oftentimes, life feels like a roller coaster. And right about now, you may be wishing for a solid and foundational place to rest. 1 John is written so believers might know they have eternal life and also live like they have eternal life. In the very middle of the book, John gives three foundational truths that are critical for all Christians to grasp – the assurance of their adoption into God’s family, their future freedom & hope, and their present moral struggle. In preparation for this coming Sunday, we encourage you to read 1 John 3:1-3.
Sun, Dec 23, 2018
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30 mins 51 secs
Speaker: Jonathan Albright - Have you wondered with all the Christian, Christmas traditions we participate in each year, why it feels like we are just going through the motions? How many of us can quote large portions, if not the entirety of Luke 2. We can join others in singing rich Christmas songs about Jesus’ birth, but yet our hearts can remain unmoved, our affections for God remain unstirred. Artificial happiness replaces the deep joy that should rise from the depths of our souls when we consider the glory and wonder of the incarnation. Has that troubled you? Does the flatline during festivities bother you? Why is this? As we open up Psalm 103 we are going to find a simple but profound answer to this question.
Sun, Dec 16, 2018
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50 mins 34 secs
Speaker: Jon Kopp - Luke 2 is one of the most familiar Christmas passages in our Bible, and in it we find more than the cold facts of Jesus’ birth. Instead, we find the heartwarming message of God’s grace and love towards His people. In today’s text, an angel surrounded by the glory of God appears to a group of shepherds outside Bethlehem. The shepherds immediately are filled with great fear. But, the angel does not come with a message of fear. Instead, he proclaims good news of great joy that can drive out not only their great fear, but ours as well. Christmas is a story of great joy that can drive out our great fear.
Sun, Dec 09, 2018
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47 mins 51 secs
Speaker: John Moon - Psalm 130 was uniquely used in the life of John Wesley. He was a pastor, a minister, who was yet unconverted! It is well known that he was struck forcibly by reading of the introduction to the book of Romans written by Martin Luther that declared salvation by faith alone-It is less known that in the St. Paul's Cathedral that same afternoon he had heard and been deeply moved by, Psalm 130. The refrain of the choir in the cathedral "If God should mark and equities who could stand" reverberated it in his heart and he realized that he could not stand before God except that he stood guilty. It is important to understand how offensive sin is to a holy God, but how do we keep the awareness of our sinful state from sending us into spiritual despondency? May Psalm 130 encourage us to follow the Psalmist's example by crying out to Jesus and asking him for mercy when we find ourselves in the depths of sins despair. It is only by turning away from ourselves and trusting in Christ's sacrifice on our behalf that we will find a cure for our iniquity. In this advent season, Christ is the only hope that will not fail.