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6 June 2021
Series: The Second Year of Darius
Speaker: Thomas Schetelich
Join us for the first week in a new series, “The Second Year of Darius”. This week we are introduced to the culture and timeline and look at 2 important people during this time – Haggai and Darius. This was a time of RENEWAL when the temple was first rebuilt after Solomon’s temple had been destroyed and the Israelites cast out of Jerusalem. The events which led to this moment are important and impactful for our Christian walk today. Listen or watch to find out why!
30 May 2021
Speaker: William Dunkerton
There are moments that impact our lives and, for some, move people on to their eternal journey – for better or for worse. We can see practical examples of God’s nature, in the physical surrounding around us, to help us understand difficult concepts and truths which show us who He is, designed to reveal himself to us and teach us about Him. We can secure our trust and faith in Him so that we can spend eternity with Him – in light rather than in darkness.
23 May 2021
Speaker: Kyle Sobus
Join us for the final week in our series on The Two Ways – Jesus’ teaching in the Sermon on the Mount. This week we review what we’ve learned in the series and now consider the role of temptation in the life of Jesus and in the life of believers today. Jesus faced 3 direct temptations from the evil one during a difficult earthly human moment; we look at each situation to see how He overcame the root of each temptation and responded with scripture. Ultimately, we can choose to obey the Father, or we can choose to provide for ourselves. One will lead to life, and the other will lead to death.
16 May 2021
Speaker: Jack Terziu
Join us for week 3 in our 4 week series on The Two Ways – Jesus’ teachings in the Sermon on the Mount. Jesus deals gently with the outcast and the sinner but harshly with false prophets. Continuing last week’s message about the narrow gate and the narrow path, in this passage we consider the fruit that people bear and how it signals to us their heart, the path they choose to walk, and how they are leading others. As mature Christians, it is our responsibility to lead the next generation in knowing and recognizing sound doctrine and how to recognize false teachers and false prophets.
9 May 2021
Speaker: Josh Gorman
Join us for week 2 in our 4 week series on The Two Ways – Jesus’ teachings in the Sermon on the Mount. This week we consider the two gates and the two paths. What are they and why is there a gate AND a path mentioned? They are connected. Jesus is the narrow gate, but you can’t enter through the narrow gate and walk the wide path. Listen to find out more! No one has ever stumbled into the kingdom, nor randomly fallen through the gate. Are you trusting God’s grace or are you trusting man’s works?
2 May 2021
Speaker: Kyle Sobus
Join us for week 1 of our 4 week series about The Two Ways – Jesus’ teachings in the Sermon on the Mount. It starts with blessing and ends with warnings of calamity. This week we are introduced to the series and look at the wise and foolish builders and the few and the many. There is only 1 way – we choose either the road that leads to life or the road that leads to destruction.
25 April 2021
Speaker: Johnny Whitehead
Join us to hear more about living a full life that belongs to Christ!
18 April 2021
Speaker: Dave Shive
Peter embodies failure – he is always there in the scriptures for our learning – but Jesus modeled forgiveness and grace at work in His “community of failures”. Join us to consider this special conversation between Jesus and Peter and how it can impact our lives – to know we have a place and a role in the Kingdom and that He will use us for His glory.
11 April 2021
Speaker: Josh Gorman
Book: 1 Corinthians
Join us for our final week in our study in the book of 1 Corinthians. Today we look at the close of the book – it has its own lessons to guide and instruct as well as Paul’s farewell and final encouragement to the believers in Corinth.