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Campus Weekends 2016-17

Various Teachers

Ordinary People & Extraodinary Power, 2 Cor 4:6-7

May 28, 2017 • Guest Teacher Victor Nakah

God is pleased to use our ordinariness to do some extra-ordinary things for his glory. Our ordinariness is made up of complex layers that include various deformities, some of them more obvious than others but these deformities do not define who we are. Our focus should never be on us but the treasure that we carry and how God uses even us for his glory. Songs: Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone) #4768151 by C Tomlin, E O Excell, J Newton, J Rees, L Giglio 2006 worshiptogether.com Stronger #5060810 by B Fielding and R Morgan 2007 Hillsong Publishing Great Are You Lord #6460220 by J Ingram, L Jordan, and D Leonard 2012 Open Hands Music Let There Be Light #7069096 by B Ligertwood, J Houston, M Crocker, M G Chislett, S Ligertwood 2016 © Hillsong Music Publishing

Anticipating the Unexpected, Mark 5:21-43

Guest Teacher Tim Davis • February 19, 2017

Jesus defines us not our circumstances or even our challenges. The unexpected may happen now or it may happen without us even being aware. We must live in faithfulness to him because he defines me, rather than being defined by circumstances or difficulties. A troubled father: When the odds are against us (vs.21-24) A desperate woman: When there is no where else to turn (vs. 25-34) An impossible reality: When all hope is gone (vs. 35-43) Songs: The Lion And The Lamb 7038281 by B Brown, B Johnson, and L Mooring Unknown 10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord) 6016351 by J Myrin and M Redman 2011 Thankyou Music Great Are You Lord 6460220 by J Ingram, L Jordan, and D Leonard 2012 Open Hands Music, Sony/ATV Timber Publishing Take Heart 5409031 by J Houston 2010 Hillsong Publishing Christ Is Enough 6514035 by R Morgan and J Myrin 2012 Hillsong Music Publishing

Moved to Worship, Luke 7:36-50

@RR with Matt Ferrell • January 29, 2017

Moved to Worship, Luke 7:36-50 Our love for Jesus is a response to how deeply forgiven we recognize ourselves to be. In this encounter there is a compare/contrast between two individuals. One, Simon the Pharisee doesn’t recognize his need to be forgiven thus his love for Jesus is non-existent, distant, cold. The other, the prostitute, recognize her deep sin but also the forgiveness of Jesus she loves recklessly. The we understand how much Christ has forgiven us the only response is to worship at his feet. 1. A Beautiful Risk (vs. 36-39) 2. A Gracious Response (vs. 40-43) 3. A Complete Forgiveness (vs. 44-50) Songs He Is The Light 7001303 by B Torwalt and K Torwalt 2013 Jesus Culture You Have Won Me 6143839 by B Johnson, J Riddle, and J Taylor 2011 Bethel Music Good Good Father 7036612 by A Brown and P Barrett 2014 © Pat Barrett Music In Christ Alone 3350395 by K Getty and S Townend 2001 Thankyou Music

Five Questions From Jesus, Mark 8:17-18

@WH with Doug Olsen • January 29, 2017

It is a fascinating passage because Jesus poses 5 questions to the disciples that are critical to their belief. As such, they also become critical questions for believers today in that they cover significant areas that are foundational to our belief and success. 1. Why are you discussing the fact that you have no bread? – His provision (v. 17a) 2. Do you not perceive or understand? – His identification (v. 17b) 3. Are your hearts hardened? – Our hearts (v. 17c) 4. Having eyes do you not see and having ears do you not hear? – Our sight & hearing (v. 18a) 5. Do you not remember? – Our memories (v. 18b) Songs He Is The Light 7001303 by B Torwalt and K Torwalt 2013 Jesus Culture You Have Won Me 6143839 by B Johnson, J Riddle, and J Taylor 2011 Bethel Music Good Good Father 7036612 by A Brown and P Barrett 2014 © Pat Barrett Music In Christ Alone 3350395 by K Getty and S Townend 2001 Thankyou Music

The Goodness of God, Psalm 73:1-28

@GE with Kevin Feldotto • January 29, 2017

What is good in your life? Many of us define good by our circumstances. When those circumstances turn bad, our God doesn't appear to be very good. Perhaps there is a better definition. Maybe God is calling us to radically redefine what is good. 1. Truth Distorted (vs. 1-15) a. Up (vs. 1-3) b. Out (vs. 4-12) c. In (vs. 13-15) 2. Truth Revealed (vs. 16-28) a. Up (vs. 16-17) b. Out (vs. 18-20) c. In (vs. 21-28) Songs He Is The Light 7001303 by B Torwalt and K Torwalt 2013 Jesus Culture You Have Won Me 6143839 by B Johnson, J Riddle, and J Taylor 2011 Bethel Music Good Good Father 7036612 by A Brown and P Barrett 2014 © Pat Barrett Music In Christ Alone 3350395 by K Getty and S Townend 2001 Thankyou Music