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Sunday, April 14, 2019

Welcome Your King of Peace!

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"Hosanna to the Son of David!" the people shouted out. Jesus was riding into Jerusalem on a donkey as their King.
What kind of King is he? Not the kind of King they expected or wanted. Perhaps not even the kind of King we're looking for. Yet, God comes to us through Jesus in unexpected and humble ways so we may live under His loving reign.
Join us this Palm Sunday, the beginning of Holy Week, for our message, "Welcome Your King of Peace!" based on Matthew 21:1-11 and Philippians 2:1-11.

    
Sunday, March 24, 2019

The Generosity of God's Grace

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Does God favor some people over others? Is He reluctant or unwilling to give His saving grace to those who are really bad sinners?
On the other hand, we might wonder if it's fair for a person who wasted their whole life to be converted in their dying breaths. Or we may question if there's any hope for a family member who persistently refuses to listen to God's Word.
In our text from Matthew 20:1-16 for this Sunday, Jesus shows us in a surprising parable, "The Generosity of God's Grace."

    
Sunday, March 03, 2019

First the Cross, then the Glory

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Who wants to face suffering, hardship, and loss? No one in a normal state of mind! So when Jesus tells us to pick up our cross and follow Him, that's not an invitation we're really excited about accepting.
We would prefer, as does most of American Christianity, to bypass the cross and go straight to the glory of God's presence full of joy, blessing, and prosperity.
On this Transfiguration Sunday, Jesus makes clear in our Scripture reading from Matthew 16:13 - 17:9 how He is at work: "First the Cross, then the Glory."

    
Sunday, January 27, 2019

True Happiness

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A happy life. Everyone wants one. But what does it mean to truly live a happy and blessed life?
Either we will follow how the world defines happiness or we will receive the true happiness that God gives us in Jesus.
This Sunday in the Epiphany season, we continue our series, The Reign of King Jesus is Here, with the message "True Happiness" based on Matthew 5:1-20. 

    
Sunday, January 20, 2019

Resist Temptation with the Word

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Faithfully living each day as children of God is not easy. We face temptations all around us in this world. Like flaming arrows aimed and shot at us, the devil provokes our physical desires as he seeks to turn us away from following Jesus. We're in a daily spiritual battle and we need the Lord's protection. On this 3rd Sunday in Epiphany, we continue our series, The Reign of King Jesus is Here, with the message, "Resist Temptation with the Word" based on Matthew 4:1-11. 

    
Sunday, January 13, 2019

Live in Your Baptismal Identity

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Do you know who you are? Do you know your identity? Knowing who we are is key to how we live each day and whether we live with confidence and joy, or with frustration and unhappiness.
On this 2nd Sunday in Epiphany, we will be looking at the baptism of Jesus in Matthew 3:1-17. But what does His baptism and our baptism have to say about our identity? Everything!
Find out in our message, "Live in Your Baptismal Identity."

    
Sunday, January 06, 2019

Follow the Light in the Darkness

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A new season in the church year begins this Sunday called Epiphany. This word means "revealing" or "manifestation." We follow how God revealed the light of His glory in the life and ministry of Jesus the Christ for those lost in the darkness of this world.
Our new series titled The Reign of King Jesus is Here begins with the epiphany of God's glory by a bright star that led a group of wise men to the child Jesus. 
The message, "Follow the Light in the Darkness" is based on Isaiah 60:1-6, 19-21; Matthew 2:1-12.

    
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