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Jesus Stories

Throughout the gospels, we see Jesus use stories and parables to help paint a picture of the Kingdom of Heaven - it gives us a glimpse of what could be and invites us to find ourselves in new ways in the story of our world. Join us this summer for our new series, Jesus Stories.

Childlike Faith | St. Albert Alliance August 7, 2022 Sermon

August 7, 2022

Have you ever felt like giving up on your faith? Have you ever felt like it was just too complicated? Join us as Pastor Bob leads us back to the Childlike Faith that allows us to experience the many riches God has for us.

Because it’s the Kingdom | St. Albert Alliance July 31, 2022 Service

July 31, 2022 • Mike Sotski

In life, we are constantly faced with choices about how we spend our time and energy. We all know there is only so much to go around. It requires us to make decisions based on the value we ascribe to various activities and opportunities. Join us Sunday as we look at how hidden treasure and valuable pearls provide a window into the kingdom of God.

The Parable of the Barren Fig Tree | St. Albert Alliance July 24, 2022 Sermon

July 24, 2022 • Josh Ginn

As we continue our summer series, Jesus Stories, we are looking at a story Jesus shared about a Barren Fig Tree. This week, we’re going to get a snapshot of the patience of God and hear all about what happens when a barren fig tree meets with a moving train.

Who Is My Neighbour? | St. Albert Alliance July 17, 2022 Sermon

July 17, 2022 • Dan MacGillivray

Jesus was often confronted with questions, and often, his answer was in the form of a story. In the case of the Good Samaritan, Jesus not only wants to confront our ideas about who our neighbour is but also challenge our assumptions of mercy and justice in light of our current cultural moment. Jesus is inviting us to a life of radical transformation. Will you dive into the Word and see what He has for you?

Why Do You Keep Asking? | St. Albert Alliance July 10, 2022 Sermon

July 10, 2022 • Mike Sotski

Most parents who have made it through the toddler stage will have experienced the season of a million questions. The curiosity of kids and the desire to understand the world around them can be exhausting for those who are on the receiving end of the questions. As we continue our Jesus Stories series we see Jesus use the persistence of a widow who was unrelenting in her pursuit of justice as an invitation for us to be those who continue to ask without ceasing.

The Parable of the Great Feast | St. Albert Alliance July 3, 2022 Sermon

July 3, 2022 • Lisa Peters

Welcome to the St. Albert Alliance Church Digital Gathering! So much takes place over a great meal, doesn’t it? So often this is where relationships deepen, where dreams are freely shared and where meaningful and purposeful plans are made.  When someone invites us to share a meal around their table, there is, inherent within the invitation, a desire to simply be with one another and engage something meaningful together.  An invitation to dinner is something we do not want to miss!  Join us as we continue in our summer series, Jesus Stories, as we look at how Jesus describes the invitation to life with Him in His kingdom as an invitation to a great feast, one that we want to make sure we embrace fully! This Week’s Sermon Notes: https://notes.subsplash.com/fill-in/view?page=8fw-NVmuFhL

The Mustard Seed Kingdom | St. Albert Alliance June 26, 2022 Sermon

June 26, 2022 • Carl Waldron

Jesus’ story of the simple mustard seed transforms our idea of what the Kingdom of Heaven means, challenging us to trust God in seasons of trial and waiting. It also gives us a picture of a durable, victorious faith rooted in Jesus’ own life. Join us as we continue our new series, Jesus Stories, and explore the parable of the mustard seed.

The Parable of the Three Servants | St. Albert Alliance June 19, 2022 Sermon

June 19, 2022 • Josh Ginn

We’re kicking off our new series, Jesus Stories, and are going to spend time exploring the parables of Jesus. Join us as we get a picture of what the Kingdom of God looks like and reflect on the role we have in the Kingdom. Jesus has given us incredible gifts; how are they being lived out in the now available Kingdom of God?