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Sun, Oct 13, 2019
Week 5 in our series Peter an Apostle of Jesus Christ. Today we are going to consider how the Holy Spirit continued to inspire the Apostles to true boldness and what this means to you and me, today.
Sun, Oct 06, 2019
Week 4 in our series Peter an Apostle of Jesus Christ. This week we move on to Acts Chapter 4 and see the results and ramifications of Peter and John's teaching in the temple.
Sun, Sep 29, 2019
Week 3 in our series Peter an Apostle of Jesus Christ. Peter's calling was unique but his mission was to care for and build the Church. We each also have a unique calling but our mission is the same - to care for the flock and build the Church. Obey your calling.
Sun, Sep 22, 2019
Week 2 in our series Peter an Apostle of Jesus Christ. This week we explore the coming of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost and Peter's explanation of how it was the fulfillment of Joel's prophesy. Peter relied on 2 things to see this parallel - he knew scripture and looked to the Holy Spirit for direction. We too need to look to & trust in God's Word and rely on the power of the Holy Spirit to guide us. *The sermon starts with a reading of 1 Peter 1:10-12*
Sun, Sep 15, 2019
The first week in our new series - Peter an apostle of Jesus Christ. This week we look at the perspective of Peter as he looked back (30 years later) at events when he was in the presence of Jesus.
Sun, Sep 08, 2019
As we consider Worshiping a holy God we must examine the point of our worship and what we're trying to achieve through our worship. Who is the subject of our worship? Does He command a certain kind of worship? How do the answers to those questions apply to us today?
Sun, Sep 01, 2019
Darkness comes first and then comes the mercy, once we leave darkness and experience the power of Jesus' resurrection we can only respond by walking as we are - children of light - fueled by and sustained by His mercies.
Sun, Aug 25, 2019
Listen as Mike Blackburn and his family update us on what is going on in the mission field where they serve.
Sun, Aug 11, 2019
Who is like our God? The Bible testifies to this answer - no one is like our God. As we look at Psalm 100 we see the Psalmist's use of chiasm in highlighting the important part of the text and a way approach it. To KNOW God through drawing near, discovering and exploring His Word, and responding to Him by going out and proclaiming Him!
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