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Resilient Faith

On a Journey Toward Resilient Faith

August 30, 2020 • Andrew Lough

We introduce the upcoming ministry year and fall sermon series

It’s Resilient Faith

September 6, 2020 • Brian Hajicek

God's love is resilient.

A Resilient Creator

Gen 6-7 • September 13, 2020 • Brian Hajicek

In the story of the flood, we see the resilience of God to his creation - a God that is unwilling to abandon us, but willing to continually climb back up with us when we fall short.

A Resilient Promise

God's Promise to Humanity • September 20, 2020 • Andrew Lough

The story of God's promise to Abraham is the story of God's resilience toward each of us. God, in his love, has promised to fix what we have all broken.

A Resilient Deliverance

Exodus • September 27, 2020 • Brian Hajicek

God shows a resilient patience with Moses and his excuses to avoid his role in the delivery of the children of Israel. Yet God and his plan can not be stopped.

A Nation with No King

Judges 21: 25 • October 4, 2020 • Jamey Grimsley

The time of the Judges represents a rocky patch in the history of God's people. Through the book we see highs and lows, but a cycle that always ends with the reminder that the kingdom is without a king.

A Kingdom of Wisdom

1 Kings 3:7-9 • October 11, 2020 • Brian Hajicek

Solomon recognizes some key things related to his place in God’s Kingdom. He recognizes they are God’s people. He recognizes his own limitations. He recognizes God is the source of what he is lacking. We need these same traits as we work and function in God’s Kingdom today.

A Kingdom of New Beginnings

2 Chronicles 28-30 • October 18, 2020 • Andrew Lough

A young king turns to God and learns grace, showing us that it's never too late for a new beginning. And as recipients of grace, we advocate for grace toward others.

A Kingdom Not of This World

Ezekiel 10 • October 25, 2020 • Andrew Lough

A young exile receives a troubling vision - a vision showing the end of the Kingdom as God's people had known it. But we also learn that in truth, the Kingdom exists where The King is. [note from the speaker: I realize I misspoke on the date of the first siege of Jerusalem. That date is 605 BC, not 1605 BC.]

God's Plan

November 1, 2020 • Brian Hajicek

God First

November 8, 2020 • Brian Hajicek

God's Action

November 15, 2020 • Brian Hajicek

God's People

November 22, 2020 • Brian Hajicek

God's Hope

November 29, 2020 • Brian Hajicek

Resilience in the Waiting

Malachi 3-4 • December 6, 2020 • Andrew Lough

We reach the final pages of the Old Testament in our year-long look through the scriptures, following the theme of resiliency. With those who have gone before us, we experience the tension of waiting and anticipating the coming messiah.

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