Your Seat at the Table

April 19, 2019 • Dr. Mark Lantz

This Good Friday, there is a place for you at the table with Jesus. No matter who you are or what you've done, there is a place. Dr. Mark Lantz teaches from the lives of the disciples who sat at the table with Jesus as He ate His Last Supper with them. Join us for Christian Center Church's Good Friday service 2019.

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Introduction • May 31, 2020 • Pastor Mark Lantz

We come to this Pentecost Sunday after a time of shutdown and separation. We have been separated physically, but hopefully not spiritually. But now, as we resume our gatherings, what's next? Do we go back to business as usual? What changes do we have to make as the world around us goes into a change the likes of which we have never seen before? Jesus' ascension marked a time of change for the disciples. They were entering into a new era of ministry, as well as a new era in their lives as a whole. And it was the coming of the Holy Spirit on Pentecost Sunday that gave them the power and courage to walk into everything new that now faced them. Join Dr. Mark Lantz as he takes a look at the account of the coming of the Holy Spirit, and what that can tell us about our job as the church right ere and right now.

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Introduction • May 27, 2020 • Pastor Mark Lantz

Emotions. We've all got them, and they can be...problematic, to say the least. In fact, sometimes it feels like our emotions are driving us more than we're driving them. They're an unconscious reaction to what happens around us and to us, and it can be hard to keep them within their boundaries. Emotions are an integral part of who you are, and as we continue our discussion on the whole human existence, we can't ignore the soul, the seat of our emotions. In this introductory session to a new series called Double Take, Dr. Mark Lantz goes over the basics of emotions, the emotional climate of our country, and what the Bible says about our emotions and how to use them.

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May 24, 2020 • Pastor Mark Lantz

We are fast approaching Pentecost Sunday, on which we celebrate the outpouring of the Holy Spirit for the very first time on the early church. But we tend to skip over the time between Christ's ascension and the coming of the Holy Spirit. Jesus was fully aware that the disciples would be waiting for the Holy Spirit for a time. Thus, His last conversation with them is incredibly important. What principles can we glean from this conversation that apply to us today? What can we learn from this time of waiting? Join Dr. Mark Lantz as he examines this last earthy conversation of the Lord Jesus Christ in part 6 of Restored.