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Messages from our Sunday morning service.

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Messages from our Sunday morning service.

    Alex Kremer 05-24-20 // The Exalted Servant; The Gospel According to Isaiah; Isaiah 52:13-15

    Alex Kremer 05-24-20 // The Exalted Servant; The Gospel According to Isaiah; Isaiah 52:13-15

    Next to the Psalms, the book of Isaiah is the most referenced Old Testament book in the Old Testament.  Many of Isaiah's prophecies find their fulfillment in the person and work of Jesus Christ.
    As Isaiah 52 closes, we are met with a call to, "behold my servant." A direct reference to Messiah, the Lord says of His servant that He, "will prosper, He will be high and lifted up and greatly exalted."  But what is shocking is the means through which Messiah will be exalted.  For we will learn that He will be marred beyond recognition such that many will be shocked and repulsed by his appearance.
    But how can the servant both suffer such anguish and yet be considered exalted and lifted up?  In today's lesson we are reminded again of the things that had to be according to God's plan of redemption for His creation.
    May you be blesses as you listen to today's teaching.

    • 44 min
    Eric McLaren 05-175-20 // Two Spies & A Woman of Faith; Joshua 2

    Eric McLaren 05-175-20 // Two Spies & A Woman of Faith; Joshua 2

    After forty years of wandering in the wilderness God now prepared the children of Israel to enter and begin the conquest of the land of Canaan.  Jericho, the first obstacle they faced, seemed insurmountable, if considered from merely human perspectives.  But as the two spies sent to get the lay of the land, their encounter with Rahab taught them three important lessons which are still relevant for us today.
    People are condemned before a Holy God and have no excuse.
    Just as people have no excuse, they also have opportunity to be saved.
    God's promise is absolute and cannot be broken.
    May God's word bless you as you listen to today's lesson. 

    • 37 min
    Doug Schorle 05-10-2020 // Genesis 29:31-35 - What's in a Name? One Mother's Identity

    Doug Schorle 05-10-2020 // Genesis 29:31-35 - What's in a Name? One Mother's Identity

    • 41 min
    Stefan Johnson 05-03-20 // Christian Observations on COVID-19

    Stefan Johnson 05-03-20 // Christian Observations on COVID-19

    As some states and localities begin to open up following the peak in COVID-19 infections, the world seeks for answers.  In today's lesson, we consider how we can look upon this time from a Christian, Biblical perspective.
    We will see:
    The unity and importance of the local church
    That personal relationships are important
    Physical touch is necessary
    The Sovereignty of God
    May you be blessed as you listen to today's lesson.

    • 39 min
    Alex Kremer 03-15-20 // Do Not Worry; Matthew 6:25-34

    Alex Kremer 03-15-20 // Do Not Worry; Matthew 6:25-34

    In a world under constant change and constant struggle, it is difficult not to worry.  There are concerns about our health, exacerbated by the spread of Corona Virus.  There are concerns with money as retirement looms for some; or the expense of raising children or paying for college.  All these are real world issues, but are they cause for us to worry?
    This begs the question, what does it mean to worry?  And why is worry so counter to a Christian faith?
    In today's lesson, we look at an eternal perspective to the cares of this world.  As Jesus teaches His disciples, we see that as believers in Jesus, God is our Father.  And when we look at how he cares for the rest of His creation, the birds of the air, or the flowers of the field, we see we have no need to worry; for as much as He cares for the rest of creation, how much more does He care for us?
    May the Lord bless you as you listen to today's lesson.  Thank you for listening.

    • 43 min
    Mike Eells 03-08-20 // A Living Hope - 1 Peter 1:3-9

    Mike Eells 03-08-20 // A Living Hope - 1 Peter 1:3-9

    Every one hopes in something; where are you placing your hope?
    In his first epistle, Peter writes to a church that is enduring intense suffering because of their faith in Jesus Christ.  Believers in the first century church in Asia faced beatings, imprisonment, execution and more because of their faith. Into such an existence, Peter speaks hope.  But unlike the wishful hope the world offers, Peter speaks of a certain hope; a hope based upon the work of Christ.
    As we look into Peter's letter to the church in Asia, we are faced with three questions:
    Why to we need a living hope?
    What is this living hope?
    How do I acquire this living hope?
    May the Lord bless you as you listen to today's lesson.

    • 43 min

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