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Coast Evangelical Church - Sermons

    Jesus is God (Matthew 14:13-36)

    Jesus is God (Matthew 14:13-36)

    Jesus does what only God can do. His miracles point to His identity. Here are 5 implications for us.

    How should Christians tackle 'cancel culture'? (Matthew 13:53-14:12)

    How should Christians tackle 'cancel culture'? (Matthew 13:53-14:12)

    Our media is full of people being 'de-platformed' or 'cancelled' because they've said one thing that people disagree on. Our culture seems to be allergic to healthy discussion and just thrives on being offended. Cue, Christians - who believe in very different things from the world they live in. How do we handle getting rejected, cancelled and de-platformed when people don't like what we stand for? How do we know when to speak up or keep quiet? 

    Going 'all in' for Jesus (Matthew 13:44-52)

    Going 'all in' for Jesus (Matthew 13:44-52)

    Whether you stumble onto the Gospel or have been searching hard for the good news about Jesus - what do you do when you hear it? In three consecutive parables, Jesus makes it clear that following him is 'trading up' on what you already have. 

    Parables of the kingdom (Matthew 13:24-43)

    Parables of the kingdom (Matthew 13:24-43)

    Jesus' parables explain what the kingdom of heaven is like and helpfully shape our expectations in the face of evil and opposition.

    How Should We Respond To The Gospel? (Matthew 13:1-23)

    How Should We Respond To The Gospel? (Matthew 13:1-23)

    As Jesus teaches the crowds that follow him, he tells a parable about how people respond when they hear the good news of his Kingship. Four types of listeners, four types of hearts but only one right response.

    No middle ground (Matthew 12:22-42)

    No middle ground (Matthew 12:22-42)

    Jesus says you are either with him or against him.

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