Jun 19, 2016
Father’s Day 2016
Series: Luke
Fathers day What kids see in their dad
 
In Luke chapter 8, we read about a man named Jairus, and how he faces the nightmare that parents fear the most - a death of a child. This father, willing to do anything for his child, comes to Jesus begging for help; and with three powerful words, Jesus steps into the life of this family - "Little girl, arise."
 
Join us as we search this passage to find a deeper meaning for fathers today, in this special Father's Day message entitled - "What Kids See In Their Dad".
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  • Jun 19, 2016Father’s Day 2016
    Jun 19, 2016
    Father’s Day 2016
    Series: Luke
    Fathers day What kids see in their dad
     
    In Luke chapter 8, we read about a man named Jairus, and how he faces the nightmare that parents fear the most - a death of a child. This father, willing to do anything for his child, comes to Jesus begging for help; and with three powerful words, Jesus steps into the life of this family - "Little girl, arise."
     
    Join us as we search this passage to find a deeper meaning for fathers today, in this special Father's Day message entitled - "What Kids See In Their Dad".
  • Jun 12, 2016Generousness
    Jun 12, 2016
    Generousness
    Series: Luke
    Generousness - Luke 12
     
    Generousness is defined as "the quality or state of being generous". In Luke 12, we read of a man who has a problem in common with his brother over their inheritance. Keeping true to His method of teaching, Jesus uses this opportunity, not to scold the man for his greed, but as a chance for Him to teach us all a lesson about greed through the parable of the rich fool.
     
    Grab your Bibles as we pick up in the twelfth chapter of Luke, in this message from Brother Gifford - Generousness - An Investment in Eternity.
  • Jun 5, 2016Keep On Knocking
    Jun 5, 2016
    Keep On Knocking
    Series: Luke
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    Asking, seeking, knocking: in Luke 11 Jesus unfolds the model prayer to His disciples, as well as some reasoning behind why they are to pray in this certain way. Jesus links this to one of the most important passages in the whole Bible, and to a lesson that will encourage you to "Keep On Knocking".
     
    Join us as we welcome Brother Jim back to the pulpit in this lesson from the eleventh chapter of Luke, in this last Sunday's lesson - "Keep On Knocking".
  • May 29, 2016What’s In A Name?
    May 29, 2016
    What’s In A Name?
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    What's in a name? In the American culture, a name can have one (or more) of several ties, whether it is a name that hold ancestral significance (being named after someone), historical ties (last names like Franklin, Washington, Lincoln), even Biblical focus (like David, Jacob, Noah, or Paul). In Exodus, God tells us his name - I Am. But what does God's name mean, and how can this meaning allow us to understand Him more?
     
    Join along with us as our guest speaker, Joe Hussung unpacks this theological principle for us in this message titled "What's In A Name?"
  • May 22, 2016Who is your center?
    May 22, 2016
    Who is your center?
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    As a Christian, our lives can get a little crazy. Like a car swerving from ditch to ditch, we sometimes lose focus and may even wreck our lives when we lose our center. It may be that we shift the center of our lives to our career, education, kids, or family, but the Bible has a different plan with specific directions for us - keep Jesus as our center. Only by doing this, can we be the child of God that He would have us be: one that is loving, kind, and one whom brings glory and praise to the King of Kings and Lord of Lords, Christ Jesus.
  • May 15, 2016Lovingness: The High Price of Neighborliness
    May 15, 2016
    Lovingness: The High Price of Neighborliness
    Series: Parables
    Lovingness Luke 10, 25-37
     
    In Luke 10, we watch as a lawyer poses the question to Jesus: "What shall I do to inherit eternal life?" Jesus, who knows what the lawyer's intent is, turns the question's answer into the perfect teaching opportunity. With patience, Jesus presents the lawyer with the well-known parable of the Good Samaritan - a lesson that we can apply to our lives today and a lesson that will have you asking, "who is my neighbor?"
  • May 8, 2016Mother’s Day 2016
    May 8, 2016
    Mother’s Day 2016
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    Series: (All)
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    Special Mother's Day Message - As parents, it is our responsibility to raise our children and to show them the correct direction. Psalm 127 tells us "children are a gift of the Lord, the fruit of the womb is a reward. Like arrows in the hand of a warrior, so are the children of one’s youth. How blessed is the man whose quiver is full of them...". Like an arrow drawn back, we should aim them in the right direction, whether we are parents now, or soon to be.
  • May 1, 2016Jesus at His Very Best
    May 1, 2016
    Jesus at His Very Best
    Series: Parables
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    "Jesus at His Very Best"
    Sinners - we have many names for them, but to the world, they have been deemed "unclean". In Luke 7, we read about Jesus, Simon the Pharisee, and a sinful woman, and how it wasn't about her sin, but about her love. And through the parable of the money lender, Jesus teaches us a lesson that we all need spoken into our life.
  • Apr 17, 2016Marks of a Disciple
    Apr 17, 2016
    Marks of a Disciple
    The Marks of a DiscipleThe Bible defines a disciple as not only one who not only follows and knows the Lord, but one who serves, loves, obeys, and abides in the Lord. Join us as we walk through all of these characteristics and more in this special message brought to us from our guest speaker, Logan Shaw, in this message titled "Marks of a Disciple".
  • Apr 10, 2016A Lesson About Receiving the Word
    Apr 10, 2016
    A Lesson About Receiving the Word
    Series: Parables
    Receiving the Word
    In Luke 8, Jesus teaches us from the "Parable of the Sower". Sometimes the Word is sown on rocky ground, other times on ground overrun with thorns. There are times however, the Word takes root in fertile ground. Is your ground rocky or maybe laden with thorns? Or is it fertile soil, prepped for God's Word to spring forth like a seedling does in Spring?