This Advent season, see the events of Christmas unfold through the eyes of those who were there. This first person sermon series will give us an opportunity to meet and listen to Biblical characters who were closely associated with the events that surrounded our Savior’s birth. Most importantly, we’ll hear how the truth of Christ’s birth impacted and changed their hearts and lives.
Are you looking for hope that stands firm in the face of pandemic, unrest, insecurity, or worry? Join us this Easter in-person or online to learn how the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead gives certain hope for uncertain times. It is proof that God will keep his promises to forgive our sin and fix this broken world. Please be our guest to find community, uplifting worship, and a message of certain hope no matter how uncertain your times may be.
In this five-session sermon series/small group bible study, we will consider the indisputable influence Jesus has had on our world.
Jesus is history’s most familiar figure. His impact on the world is immense and non-accidental.
His life and teaching simply drew people to follow him. He made history by starting in a humble place, in a spirit of love and acceptance. He shared and he lived God’s message of sin and grace allowing each person space to respond.
His vision of life continues to haunt and challenge humanity. His influence has swept over history bringing inspiration to what has happened in art, science, government, medicine, and education. And His vision for us to lead lives of dignity, compassion, forgiveness, and hope continues to inspire and challenge humanity today.
“You do not want to leave too, do you?” Jesus asked the Twelve. Simon Peter answered him, “Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life. We have come to believe and to know that you are the Holy One of God.” (John 6:67-69).
The lies Satan spoke to church members in the 1st century church are the same lies he speaks today: “You are nothing!” or “You are everything.”
He either wants us to despair because we don’t have the gifts that others have, or he wants us to be puffed up with pride.
The Apostle Paul in this series reminds us that each of us is “fully equipped” to carry out the ministry that God is calling us personally to do, and that each of us is an important part of God’s plan to fully equip our congregation to fulfill its mission.