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Our Desperate Need for Christmas

The Book of Malachi

Christmas Eve Service 2020

December 24, 2020 • Rick Baldwin

Please enjoy our very special Christmas Eve service from The Harbor!

3 - Sacred Trust

December 20, 2020 • Rick Baldwin

We wrap up Our Desperate Need for Christmas with the most important question of all, "Is God worth it?" Is He worth our trust, our worship, surrendering our lives to? Watch this message entitled "Sacred Trust" and wrestle with the questions Pastor Rick poses. We know the answer is YES!

2 - Sacred Union

December 13, 2020 • Rick Baldwin

The people in Malachi's time, a time before the coming of the Messiah, were unhappy because God was not answering their prayers. In Malachi 2:13-16 God tells them why He could not answer them. It is because they were not honoring their sacred vows in their marriages. To God, marriage is not a casual thing. It is a sacred union, something to be taken extremely seriously, cherished, and worked on daily. In this message, "Sacred Union", Senior Pastor Rick Baldwin tells how we can and why we should value our marriages as highly as God does.

Quick Clip from "Sacred Sacrifice"

December 6, 2020 • Rick Baldwin

What joy...what hope those that follow Jesus Christ have, and nothing can dispel that joy nor that hope! God gave us His best Lamb in His Son Jesus. We honor Him by bringing Him our very best lamb. Watch this quick clip from Sunday's message, "Sacred Sacrifice" from the series Our Desperate Need for Christmas to hear more! Watch the full message in our app or website under Messages. If you would like to know the joy and hope that Pastor Rick talks about, or have spiritual questions about salvation, the church, or your purpose in life, please click below.

1 - Sacred Sacrifice

December 6, 2020 • Rick Baldwin

God calls us to give Him our best, but do we always? For all that He has given us, how can we do any less than give Him our very best in everything we do? Watch this message, the first in the series Our Desperate Need for Christmas, and ask yourself where you are giving God your leftovers.