To the Ends of the Earth
Act V: Acts + Epistles
People for the City
Matthew 28:18; Matthew 22:36; Genesis 1:28; James 1:27 • October 15, 2017 • Brian McCormack
Wherever you are, be there on purpose. At the intersection of the Great Commission, the Cultural Commission, and the Greatest Commandment we find our mission — to be a church for the city.
People of Generosity
1 Timothy 6:17-18 • October 1, 2017 • Brian McCormack
The Gospel is the story of God’s generosity towards us. To follow Jesus is to commit to living out his vision of a generous life. Answering the call to give more of our time, talent and treasure is a matter of discipleship, and ownership.
People for His Name
September 24, 2017 • Brian McCormack
Throughout the entirety of the scriptures God is consistently passionate about the glory of His name. Our lives should be characterized by the same passion. If we are truly people living for the name of Jesus, we will refuse to live for the glory of any other name — the name of any other god, any human name, or our own name.
People of Conviction
Acts 2:37-38, 5:17-42 • August 27, 2017 • Brian McCormack
People of conviction are those who have been thoroughly convinced something is true, as evidenced by their actions, regardless of the cost. Such are the people God uses most to do His work in the world. Such are the people we will be.
People of Prayer
Acts 4:18-31 • August 20, 2017 • Jeremy Patenaude
Why should I pray? How should I pray? What should I pray for? These questions are some of the most important we will ever ask in our walk with God. By exploring a key prayer at the dawn of the church, we look for answers to each of these, in the hope that we would all be compelled into a deeper level of commitment and passion in our prayers to a loving and sovereign Father.
People at the Table
Acts 2:42-47 • August 13, 2017 • Sean Gasperetti
Jesus invites each of us into a personal relationship, but He doesn’t stop there. He invites us into a family, and he saves us a seat at the table. It’s at the table we discover one of the greatest gifts He’s given us this side of heaven: each other.