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Take Heart, I Have Overcome the World

February 27, 2022 / Duration:

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In Jesus’ final exhortation to his disciples before he is arrested, we can see the ultimate outline of the Christian life he intends for his disciples to follow.
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Spirit-led, Christ-exalting, World-convicting

February 20, 2022 / Duration:

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This morning, we’ll explore that intersection between the way we live as Christians and the impact our life makes on the world — because Jesus’s teaching helps us understand the Spirit is essential in both of those realms. Therefore we must all strive to be the kind of Christians that are so led or influenced by the Spirit that we
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I Call You Friends

February 13, 2022 / Duration:

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What does it mean to be a friend of Jesus?
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The True Vine

February 6, 2022 / Duration:

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What does it mean to belong to Christ and abide in him and his word?
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Love, Obedience, and the Holy Spirit

January 30, 2022 / Duration:

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John 14:15-31 // Obeying Jesus is not the same thing as loving him. But what does it mean to love Jesus in such a way that we are compelled to follow and obey him? And how is all this to be accomplished? Join us this morning as we explore how the Holy Spirit enables and stregthens Christians to love and
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Believe in God; Believe also in Me — The Troubled Heart’s Way to True Joy

January 23, 2022 / Duration:

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John 14:1-15 — How does faith bring rest to an unrestful heart? It anchors our hope in the promises of God. This morning’s sermon will lay out six promises from God’s word for a troubled heart.
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The Love of Christ, and Ours

January 16, 2022 / Duration:

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John 13 – In a striking display of humility and love, Jesus serves his disciples by washing their feet hours before he is arrested and condemned to die. What can Christians learn about the nature of love from this example and how can we seek to love one another in the same way?
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The Glory of Christ in the Hour of his Death

January 9, 2022 / Duration:

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As the hour of his death approaches, themes of unbelief, judgment, and darkness underscore the ending of Christ’s public ministry and call to live for the glory of God in all things, even in death.
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Isaiah’s Messiah — Epilogue: The Place and People of the Kingdom of God

December 19, 2021 / Duration:

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Where is God’s kingdom, and who are the citizens of God’s kingdom? Isaiah paints a clear picture of the nature and context of the kingdom of God.
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Isaiah’s Messiah: The Messenger of God

December 12, 2021 / Duration:

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Who will deliver the good news of the in-breaking of God’s kingdom to the poor and brokenhearted? Jesus is both God’s messenger and God’s message.
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Isaiah’s Messiah: The Servant of the Lord

December 5, 2021 / Duration:

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When man fails and fails again, how can they hope to be saved? By God’s grace, God’s servant suffers for God people that they might live for God’s glory. Explore the servant songs of Isaiah in our continued advent series.
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Isaiah’s Messiah: The Davidic King

November 28, 2021 / Duration:

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As we celebrate the first Sunday of Advent this year, we look to the Prophet Isaiah to consider how he stirred the hope and longing of God’s people for their coming King.