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Enter the Sanctuary

October 18, 2020 • Rick Dunn • Romans 12:1-2; Psalm 119:32, Standalone Sermons

Welcome to Your World

May 9, 2021 • Greg Pinkner

This week, Greg introduces our new series on the book of Matthew. He opens sharing the 2,000 year timeline leading up to the coming of Christ from Abraham to the establishment of the Roman empire, showing the generations of people who had been waiting for a deliverer. Matthew, a tax collector and hated by those around him, was the one whom God chose to write the story of His Son.

A Vision for Exiles in the 2020's

January 17, 2021 • Rick Dunn

This week, Rick teaches from I Peter 2:9-17 on A Vision for Exiles in the 2020’s. For us to live the life God calls us to, we must understand what it means to live in exile. Rick details our vision, presence, mission, passion, and moment as exiles so that we may walk in the rightness of Jesus.

All Things New

January 3, 2021 • Zach Hume

Zach teaches the first Gospel Sunday of 2021 from Luke 4. The first Sunday of each month, we focus specifically on the good news of the story of Jesus. Coming out of the Advent Season, Zach paused to ask why Jesus took on human flesh and stepped into our world. In Luke 4:42-43, Jesus gave us His Missions Statement: “I have come to bring the good news of the Kingdom of God.” Zach remind us that with Adam and Eve’s rebellion in Genesis, sin entered the world and ruined everything. The sin inside of us is far too great for us to overcome on our own. But, Jesus declares that He has come to bring a new Kingdom, a Kingdom of Good News, and as followers of Christ, we have been invited and called to participate in the expansion of God’s Kingdom and the making of all things new.