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God Seeks True Worshippers

Isaiah 58:1-12 • July 7, 2019 • Jon Dillon, Discipleship Pastor

Application questions: 1) What do you think about when you come to worship God? 2) How would you describe your worship to God? 3) What are your favorite aspects of worship? Would God approve? 4) What does it mean to worship God with a sincere heart? How does that look? What benefit does it bring?

An Intentional Life for God

Daniel 1:1-21 • May 26, 2019 • Rev. Kevin May

What is Good, Beautiful & True

Genesis 3:1-7 • April 21, 2019 • Michael Wilburn

Application Questions: 1. Name an object or event that is good, beautiful, and true? What causes you to desire it? 2. How do you differentiate between good and bad? Is morality more than preference? 3. Is beauty in the eye of the beholder? Is beauty more than perception? 4. Is truth relative to culture and circumstance? Is truth more than opinion?

From Trial to Triumph

2 Chronicles 20:1-30 • March 10, 2019 • Jon Dillon

APPLICATION QUESTIONS: 1. From where do the trials which Christians face come? What kind of attitude should a Christian have in the midst of a trial and why? 2. Which qualities of God help to establish your heart while going through a difficult time? Which promises of God bring you reassurance when facing a trial? Find supporting Scripture. 3. What is the relationship between the testing of your faith and worship? 4. Have you experienced any spiritual victories recently? Share that God might be glorified!

The Power of Hope

Jon Dillon • October 7, 2018

The Abiding Word

Kevin May • September 23, 2018

On Baptism and The Lord's Supper

Michael Wilburn • September 2, 2018

Pastor Michael Wilburn on the ordinances of Baptism and The Lord's Supper.

Genuine Christian Love

Mike Srisam-ang • July 1, 2018

We All Need Help

Mike Srisam-ang • May 27, 2018

God's powerful Word knows us better than we know ourselves.

On the Emmaus Road

Michael Wilburn • April 1, 2018

APPLICATION QUESTIONS: 1. Why does Luke describe the two companions on the Emmaus road as “looking sad”? What was their disappointment? What circumstances cause you to be disappointed with God? 2. What does it mean that “their eyes were kept from recognizing him” (Lk 24:16)? Were they blinded by emotion or blinded by God? 3. Why does Jesus ask Cleopas and his companion, “What things” (Lk 24:19)? Didn’t Jesus already know? 4. Why does Jesus appeal to OT Scripture to substantiate the resurrection before revealing himself to them? Wasn’t his physical presences enough? How does this help you weigh the value of Scripture verses personal experience?

A Call to Holiness

Kevin May • February 18, 2018

Always Worthy of Praise

Mike Srisam-ang • November 26, 2017

A Living Hope

Rev. Kevin May • September 24, 2017

Saul's Conversion

Michael Wilburn • April 16, 2017

Acts 9:1-19

The Evangelical (Are We Evangelicals?)

Michael Wilburn • January 1, 2017

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