Apr 5, 2020
Hosanna!
Series: (All)
As we continue toward Easter, today we look at a "Palm Sunday" passage.  In chapter 21, Matthew tells of Jesus riding into Jerusalem on the colt of a donkey.  He is announcing His kingdom.  He makes Himself known as the Messiah.  People shout, "Hosanna!" which means "save us."  He does, just not in the way that they expect.
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  • Apr 5, 2020Hosanna!
    Apr 5, 2020
    Hosanna!
    Series: (All)
    As we continue toward Easter, today we look at a "Palm Sunday" passage.  In chapter 21, Matthew tells of Jesus riding into Jerusalem on the colt of a donkey.  He is announcing His kingdom.  He makes Himself known as the Messiah.  People shout, "Hosanna!" which means "save us."  He does, just not in the way that they expect.
  • Mar 29, 2020That They May Live
    Mar 29, 2020
    That They May Live
    Series: (All)
    In this week's passage, we read that Ezekiel is dropped into a valley of dry bones. God commands him to prophesy to the bones so that they may live.  God has a long history of taking things that are dead and making them alive.  In fact, He did this to us through Christ.  Today's passage is Ezekiel 37:1-14.
  • Mar 22, 2020Peace, Be Still!
    Mar 22, 2020
    Peace, Be Still!
    Series: COVID-19
    After the death of Jesus, His disciples were fearfully hiding, locked in a room.  It was during this time that He chose to reveal Himself alive in a mighty way to them.  
  • Mar 8, 2020Nic at Night
    Mar 8, 2020
    Nic at Night
    Series: Lent 2020
    One night, after observing the works of Jesus and His teaching, a curious religious leader named Nicodemus comes to visit Him.  The words of Jesus in this situation can be confusing, "You must be born again."  Today, we will see that Jesus was not referring to just improving our lives, as many would have us think.  Instead, He insists that we be totally transformed.  Today's message is taken from John 3:1-18.
  • Mar 1, 20202020 Vision: Go Time
    Mar 1, 2020
    2020 Vision: Go Time
    Series: 2020 Vision
    Today, we conclude the 2020 Vision series with the fifth "G" which is Go Time.  Matthew 28:19-20 gives us what is commonly known as the Great Commission. Today we see that it is not only for the apostles, but for us as well.
  • Feb 23, 20202020 Vision: Give Time
    Feb 23, 2020
    2020 Vision: Give Time
    Series: 2020 Vision
    As we continue to learn to ABIDE, CONNECT, and SHARE, we have already learned that in order to abide, we need God Time.  In order to connect, we need Gather Time and Group Time.  Today, we start learning to share with our fourth "G" which is Give Time.
  • Feb 9, 20202020 Vision: Group Time
    Feb 9, 2020
    2020 Vision: Group Time
    Series: 2020 Vision
    This week as we continue the 2020 Vision series, we discuss the third "G" which is Group Time.  Today's sermon text is Acts 2:41-47.
  • Feb 2, 20202020 Vision: Gather Time
    Feb 2, 2020
    2020 Vision: Gather Time
    Series: 2020 Vision
    As we continue our 2020 Vision series, today we discuss "Gather Time", the second "G" of the 5 Gs. Taken from Hebrews 10, we see what it means to worship the Lord together, not neglecting the fellowship.
  • Jan 26, 20202020 Vision: God Time
    Jan 26, 2020
    2020 Vision: God Time
    Series: 2020 Vision
    We have previously noted that disciples of Christ do three things: abide, connect, and share.  The how of doing these things involves 5 G's: God Time, Gather Time, Group Time, Give Time, and Go Time.  Today, we see that God Time is essential to living the Christian life.  We are also challenged to give the first and best of our time to Him.  
  • Jan 19, 20202020 Vision: A Church That Shares
    Jan 19, 2020
    2020 Vision: A Church That Shares
    Series: 2020 Vision
     
    Today in our 2020 Vision series, we note that true disciples of Christ share.  Specifically, disciples must first share the gospel with unbelievers.  Disciples also share teaching with other disciples.  Disciples also have their priorities straight, and are definitely not ashamed of the gospel.  Today's sermon comes from 2 Timothy 1:8-2:4.