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03 In His Image
In this sermon, Pastor Clint looks at Genesis 1:26-31 and 2:4-8. Why does every single person matter? Why do we intuitively know that life has meaning and purpose? These big questions are answered in Genesis in the creation account of humanity. Humans -- like no other creation -- are made in the image of God. Listen and consider the implications of what it means to be made in the image of God.
02 God Creates
In this sermon, Pastor Clint looks at Genesis 1:1-2:3. The greatest story ever told begins with these simple words: "In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth." This Sunday we will see that God, the Sovereign King, creates a kingdom that is orderly and good. As we consider his creation, we also reflect on the good character of the creator. How should we respond? With worship and awe.
01 In The Beginning
In this sermon, Pastor Clint gives an overview of the Book of Genesis. Genesis is a book about beginnings; telling us God created everything that exists and he rules over his creation. But the book also tells us of humanity's descent into sin and death, and of God's unfolding plan to redeem his creation. This Sunday we will take a "big picture" look at the book of Genesis, drawing out the major themes and truths of the book.
35 Jesus Restores
In this sermon, Pastor Kevin looks at John 21:15-25. What do you do when you fail miserably? This was certainly a question Peter asked. He had spoken boldly of his commitment to Christ, then denied him three times in the hour of greatest need. In the final passage of John's gospel, we read of Jesus graciously restoring Peter. Not only is he restored, but he is equipped to serve the Lord and his people. This is the grace of the gospel-- Jesus restores failures, equips them, then sends them out to accomplish his purposes.
34 How To Come To Jesus
In this sermon, Pastor Kevin looks at John 21:1-14. After what seems like the end of John’s Gospel (20:30), the apostle adds an epilogue telling readers of Jesus’ third resurrection appearance. In 21:1-14 we see the disciples again coming to Jesus. He finds them as he finds all of us; empty-handed and in need of fullness only he can give. Will you come to him?
33 The Resurrection
In this sermon, Pastor Clint looks at John 20. The Apostle Paul said that if Jesus is not raised from the dead then all of our preaching and our faith is in vain. The good news - Jesus not only died on the cross, but he also rose victorious over sin and death that we may believe and have life. John 20 tells us of Jesus’ resurrection and transformative encounters with his followers. May we likewise encounter the resurrection Lord and experience His life-changing grace.