Luke 17-19

Responding to the King

Be An Overcomer

December 13, 2020 • Pastor Brennen Sullivan

We have been encouraged by God's greater plan and greater victory for our lives in 2 Samuel 7 and 8. We have learned the process of applying those great truths to our daily lives in Luke 19:1-10. This Sunday, we will learn from Luke 19:11-27 how to overcome the problems we face in attempting to apply these great truths to our lives.

Follow Jesus Today

December 6, 2020 • Pastor Brennen Sullivan

The past two Sundays we've been learning amazing universal and eternal truths about the coming of God's Kingdom into this world. This week in Luke 19:1-10, we will see how these big truths are applied to the small aspects of our lives. We will learn from God's word how to Follow Jesus Today.

Set Your Sights on Eternal Life

October 4, 2020 • Pastor Brennen Sullivan

What do you want most from Jesus? That’s the question Luke 18:31-43 will press into our hearts as we look into God’s Word together this Sunday. We’ll consider the significance of eternal life, which we saw last week is about being in God’s glorious presence on a restored earth with a renewed body and soul. What encouraging things to ponder together! Come with a heart prepared to adore our Holy God, confess our sin, be refreshed in his grace in Communion, hear from His Word, and be sent out again to live for him.

The Surprising Path to Eternal Life

September 27, 2020 • Pastor Paul Wilson

This week we will jump back into our series through the Gospel of Luke. As Jesus makes his way to Jerusalem, we witness all kinds of reactions to him as King. In Luke 18:18-30, Jesus surprises a ruler and his disciples with what he says about eternal life. Come and be open to Jesus’ life-giving challenge to make him and his kingdom your treasure instead of earthly securities. We’ll treasure Jesus together as we sing his praises, cry out to him in prayer, and submit to his Word.

Let the Children Come

August 23, 2020 • Pastor Don and Pastor Zach

Pastor Don and Pastor Zach share from Luke 18:15-17. This endearing text features Jesus' call "let the children come to Me!" We will learn about the call that Jesus places on each of our lives and how this passage uniquely speaks to parents on their role to bring their children to Jesus, and to the whole church on how we can raise up the faith of the next generation.

Love God and Others, Not Yourself

August 16, 2020 • Pastor Brennen

In our worship service this weekend, Pastor Brennen will take us through Luke 18:9-14 and the story of the Pharisee and Tax Collector. We’ll see that what goes up will look down, as well as what goes up will come down. Outline 1) What Goes Up Will Look Down 2) What Goes Up Will Come Down

Live in Victory

August 9, 2020 • Pastor Brennen

Pastor Brennen will take us through Luke 18:1-8 and the Parable of the Persistent Widow. We’ll also get to hear from our missionaries from Cameroon, Jeff and Sonya Kilmartin. We’re excited for you to join us as we make much of Jesus together!

Jesus Wants You to be Left Behind

August 2, 2020 • Pastor Paul, Pastor Josh & Friends

Join us as we dive into Luke 17:20-37 and what Jesus says about his obvious, sudden, and unavoidable return. We’ll be challenged not to be fascinated by outward signs as we think about the future, but instead to live by conviction and faithfulness to the Coming King.

Joyful Worship of the Undeserving

July 26, 2020 • Pastor Zach, Pastor Josh and Friends

This week we explore the story of the ten lepers who cry out to Jesus for mercy. Jesus sends them off for healing but one leper sees his healing, recognizes Jesus as sent by God and returns in joyous worship. We learn that this leper is among the most undeserving of salvation. This story show us that to restore our joy in worship we need to remember what God has saved us from.

Develop the Stamina to be Ordinary

July 19, 2020 • Pastor Brennen