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This message focus on corporate stewardship of wealth by looking at the parable of the farmer in Luke 12 and three true stories of churches and wealth. The parable is acted out by the children of the church, and the remaining two stories from Pastor Dana’s life experience.
This is the third of five messages on stewardship. This week the focus of stewardship is on what might be the most expensive commodity in America, time. God provides us all with the same time but we use it differently. Listen and discover some ways you can redeem the time. Our Scripture focus is Ephesians 5:115-17.
This week’s focus is relationships. Our biblical model is the story of Jacob who experienced a relationship extreme make-over with God’s help. Our text is Genesis 25-50 and this is the second of five messages on stewardship.
The story of three servants and their master is a non-traditional attempt to narrate the principle of stewardship from Matthew 24:14-30. This sermon is the first of a five week series on Christian stewardship. We hope you can join us live for one our messages.
The last of a three part series on 2 Peter. The text for this message is from 2 Peter 3:13-18. The message is on Peter’s apparent focus as he ends the epistle to move forward with God. A forward motion in our spiritual walk ensures that we do not find ourselves in a place of dangerous spiritual footing.
This is a narrative from the account of the Samaritan woman at the well and her interaction with Jesus. It is taken from the perspective of one of the disciples as they observed the interaction between Jesus and the woman. The focus of the message is that personal excitement of our relationship to Jesus creates ease in sharing our story of Jesus from others. Follow the story found in John 4:27-42
This message, the first of three from 2 Peter, speaks to the difference of the current cultural understandings of salvation which stand in contrast to the scriptural teaching of salvation. 2 Peter 1:3-15 are clear evidence of this cultural disconnect.
The second of three messages from 2 Peter. This message deals directly with the implications of the Second Coming of Christ. Today, just as in Peter’s day, there is a need to remove the doubt of Jesus’ return, to ensure we and those we know have experienced salvation through repentance, and to live expectantly.
This sermon continues our advent series by looking at the shepherds who were the first evangelist of the Good News. They took their worship to work.
A narrative on worship using the three wise men and their travels from the east from Matthew 2:1-12. God’s provision of the star and their willingness to follow provided a context of worship and revelation.