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Good Friday

April 10, 2020 • Staff • Isaiah 53:3, 2 Corinthians 5:12, John 15:13

Jesus took upon himself the sins of the world. By taking our sins, he now became the object of God’s righteous wrath instead of us. The ultimate penalty for sin is separation from God, so Jesus had to enter into the hell of separation from the Father as punishment for our guilt. Rejection by the father was the manifestation of God’s hatred of sin—he cannot look upon sin, so he turn his back and forsook his Son. Jesus was rejected and alone on the cross.

Jesus Calms the Storm

August 9, 2020 • Sara Cho

Jesus miracles were part of His purpose in bringing glory to the Father. His miracles proved that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God. They strengthened people's faith and met people's needs. Through Jesus, God did what is impossible for us to do on our own. He provided forgiveness, salvation, and eternal life.

Purposeful Transitions

August 2, 2020 • Michael Lee

As we're constantly transitioning into different seasons, workplaces, churches and life-stages remember to do it in faith. Timothy shares to purposefully do it sober-minded, in perseverance, as an evangelist, and to fulfill our call in ministry.

The Good Shepherd

August 2, 2020 • Sara Cho

What did Jesus teach when He was on earth? Jesus taught about God and His kingdom. He taught that all Scripture is about Him. Jesus is the Good Shepherd who cares for His people.