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The Story of Exodus

From Bondage to Freedom

Joshua Part 3

Joshua 5 & 6 • September 2, 2018 • Tom Hendrikse

Our series in Exodus, from Bondage to Freedom, moves into Joshua for a few weeks so we can see what happens in Israel after Moses, arguably their greatest leader, is gone. Joshua takes over and is engulfed immediately in a battle against fear and anxiety.

Joshua Part 2

Joshua 3 & 4 • August 26, 2018 • Tom Hendrikse

Our series in Exodus, from Bondage to Freedom, moves into Joshua for a few weeks so we can see what happens in Israel after Moses, arguably their greatest leader, is gone. Joshua takes over and is engulfed immediately in a battle against fear and anxiety.

Joshua Part 1

Joshua 1 & 2 • August 19, 2018 • Tom Hendrikse

Our series in Exodus, from Bondage to Freedom, moves into Joshua for a few weeks so we can see what happens in Israel after Moses, arguably their greatest leader, is gone. Joshua takes over and is engulfed immediately in a battle against fear and anxiety.

The Story of Exodus Part 35

Exodus 40:33-38 • August 5, 2018 • Will Buschmann

Will Buschmann wraps up our series in Exodus by looking back at the big picture that we are freed from a life of bondage by God. In the end, he asks if we are living a life of worship that is all consuming, or do we withhold parts of our lives from God?

The Story of Exodus Part 34

Exodus 34:29-35 • July 29, 2018 • Sam Kastensmidt

Both Moses and David wrote of their desire to know God and to see his glory. It was the one thing they asked of him. In the New Testament, Jesus also has one thing he asked of the father, that we might be with him and see his glory. We're his "One Thing!"

The Story of Exodus Part 33

Exodus 33:12-23, 34:5-8 • July 22, 2018 • Tom Hendrikse

After the golden calf, God expresses his displeasure with Israel, saying that he won't go with them to the promised land. Moses intercedes and tells God that if he won't go with them, there is no point in going. We need God himself, not just his benefits.

The Story of Exodus Part 32

Exodus 32:1-14 • July 15, 2018 • Tom Hendrikse

A mountain covered in cloud for 40 days and nights, a disappearing leader, a pile of gold, and a roaring fire. It sounds like the setting for an adventure story, but it's the setting for this week's message concerning patience and waiting on the Lord.

The Story of Exodus Part 31

Exodus 26:1-14 • July 8, 2018 • Tom Hendrikse

The description of the Tabernacle is a bewildering collection of details until you understand that the specific elements of its construction are depicting our path back to God. He came to live (tabernacle) among us so we might be able to live with him.

The Story of Exodus Part 30

Exodus 25:1-8 • July 1, 2018 • Matt Lomenick

Today our Exodus story begins God's instructions for building the Tabernacle and within it the Ark of the Covenant. The rich imagery surrounding the Ark tells us a great deal about our heavenly father and the kind of relationship he desires us to have.

The Story of Exodus Part 29

Exodus 20:17 • June 24, 2018 • Thomas Carpenter

The tenth commandment prohibits us from coveting our neighbor's possessions. It is unique among the commandments as it doesn't forbid an action (such as do not kill, commit adultery, or steal), but concerns how we are on the inside. Are we content?

The Story of Exodus Part 28

Exodus 20:16 • June 17, 2018 • Dave Richardson

The ninth commandment deals with truthfulness. Do not bear false witness against your neighbor. That goes beyond simply not telling a lie about someone, and extends as far as protecting their character. Not by lying, but by speaking the truth.

The Story of Exodus Part 27

Exodus 20:15 • June 10, 2018 • Tom Hendrikse

You shall not steal, on its face, a reasonably straightforward mandate to follow. All you have to do is avoid taking something that doesn't belong to you. What if this commandment reached beyond tangible property, though? What else might we be stealing?

The Story of Exodus Part 26

Exodus 20:14 • June 3, 2018 • Tom Hendrikse

Our series on the Ten Commandments continues with "you shall not commit adultery." As with all of the commandments, the purpose is to preserve something. You shall not murder protects life, for example. You shall not commit adultery protects marriage.

The Story of Exodus Part 25

Exodus 20:13 • May 27, 2018 • Matt Lomenick

You shall not murder; this seems like the easiest commandment for most of us to keep, doesn't it? Very few of us want to be a killer, but what if we understood this to mean you shall not dehumanize another person? Are we as comfortable then?

The Story of Exodus Part 24

Exodus 20:12 • May 20, 2018 • Tom Hendrikse

The first four commandments concerned our relationship with God. After the 5th commandment, the focus is on our relationships with each other. What does it mean to honor your parents? What if they have done dishonorable things to you? Listen and find out.

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