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  Date: Sunday, February 05, 2017       Teacher: Jay Wright     Duration: 23 mins 9 secs    
Passage: John 13:21-30       Series Heroes and Villains
  Description: This Sunday we will wrap up our series on Heroes and Villains. This week we will look at one of the saddest stories in all of scripture - the story of Judas. Judas was in Jesus's inner-circle. He had a ringside seat to the miracles, the teachings, and the personal life of Jesus. However, at the end of the day, he threw all of that away and betrayed Jesus for a handful of coins. This Sunday we will unpack his life and learn from his mistakes.
  Date: Sunday, January 29, 2017       Teacher: Art Stansberry     Duration: 29 mins 15 secs    
Passage: John 1:14       Series Heroes and Villains
  Description: This Sunday we will look at the real hero in all of scripture -Jesus. The coming of Jesus was announced in Genesis 3:15. It was pronounced to Abraham when the Lord said that, "all peoples would be blessed through him." The prophets foretold of this long awaited hero, and yet when He arrived, the people did not recognize Him for the hero that He was and is. This Sunday we will look at Jesus and the fact that He came, not with an iron fist, but "full of grace and truth."
  Date: Sunday, January 22, 2017       Teacher: Art Stansberry     Duration: 33 mins 55 secs    
Passage: 1 Samuel 13    
  Description: This Sunday we will look at a popular figure in the Scriptures that started out as a hero, but quickly became an villain in God's big story. King Saul made some really bad choices that led to him moving further and further away from the Lord. In fact, Saul found himself so far away from the Lord that he was no longer filled with the Holy Spirit, but was plagued by an evil spirit. When I think of Saul's life, I think about Jesus's words in Matthew 7:13, "Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it." This Sunday we will study Saul's life and see how we can keep from making the same mistakes.
  Date: Sunday, January 15, 2017       Teacher: Art Stansberry     Duration: 33 mins 58 secs    
Passage: 2 Samuel 12:1-13       Series Heroes and Villains
  Description: This Sunday we will look at King David's story of daring and courage. David's life is a roller coaster ride of ups and downs, and yet from his rise to stardom to his escape from King Saul, David remained steadfast in following God with all of his heart. His story is a picturesque narrative of what a true hero looks like . . . that is until he gets comfortable and sins against the Lord. What we will discover is that being a hero for the Lord is not about our perfection (which is impossible), but it is about what we do with our imperfection and how we seek repentance.
  Date: Sunday, January 08, 2017       Teacher: Art Stansberry     Duration: 33 mins 43 secs    
Passage: Acts 9:1-31       Series Heroes and Villains
  Description: We will begin a new sermon series this Sunday looking at some of the Heroes and some of the more "villainous" people of the Bible.  What we will discover over the course of this series is what makes one a hero or a villain are the choices that we make.  If we choose to seek after God and put Him first, then we find ourselves making the choices of a hero.  And conversely, if we choose to put ourselves first, then we can come dangerously close to crossing that line into villainy.  This Sunday we will unpack the life of Paul and study the choices he made to go from villain to hero.
  Date: Sunday, December 25, 2016       Teacher: Art Stansberry     Duration: 14 mins 5 secs    
Passage: Luke 2:10-11       Series God With Us
  Description: Have you ever paid attention to the announcements of the angel in the Christmas story? Angels simply repeat the message that God has for His people. This Sunday we will key-in on the message that the angel proclaimed to Joseph and to the Shepherds. In Matthew 1:21 the angel says, "She will give birth to a son, and you are to give him the name Jesus, because he will save his people from their sins." The announcement is one of salvation, that Jesus has come to save you and me. So join us this Sunday as we unpack this message and rejoice, for unto us a Savior has been born, and He is Christ the Lord!
  Date: Sunday, December 18, 2016       Teacher: Art Stansberry     Duration: 39 mins 41 secs    
Passage: Luke 2:8-15       Series God With Us
  Description: I think that it is fascinating that out of all the people on the planet in those days, that shepherds were counted as the ones who were worthy of getting a ringside seat to an angelic celebration of Jesus's birth. You see in those days, among all the occupations, shepherding was considered one of the lowest. Shepherds were looked at as untrustworthy and their job made them ceremonially unclean. But this is true to form for Jesus; Jesus made a beeline for those that were unworthy, the outcasts, or those who were on the low rung of the social ladder. So it makes sense that the angels would be sent to the Shepherds first, on that Silent Night . . . that Holy Night. This Sunday we will unpack what it means to be holy and how, even though none of us are worthy, by the grace of God anyone of us can choose to be holy.
  Date: Sunday, December 11, 2016       Teacher: Kyle Marshall     Duration: 29 mins 12 secs    
Passage: Luke 2:4-7       Series God With Us
  Description: the Christmas story teaches us that when God shows up, love shows up! In a small, remote village called Bethlehem Mary gave birth to a boy that would be the hope for the world. Now, as we celebrate his birth, we're reminded that God is love and, therefore, if we are to be "Jesus people", our lives should be marked by this same love and kindness. This Sunday, let's take a look at the love and kindness of God in Jesus and how, through the church, this love and kindness might change the world!
  Date: Sunday, December 04, 2016       Teacher: Art Stansberry     Duration: 35 mins 11 secs    
Passage: Luke 2:1-3       Series God With Us
  Description: This Sunday we will launch a new sermon series centered around four distinct elements that follow the presence of God. These four characteristics were present on that first Christmas night in the little town of Bethlehem. This Sunday we will highlight the newness that God brought into the world. Luke starts off the Christmas story in Luke 2:1 by saying, "In those days . . . ." The Lord brought about something new, something different that was not present "in those days". What we will unpack this Sunday is that the presence of the Lord brings a freshness in our lives and restores our souls. So join us this Sunday as we discover the newness of Christmas.
  Date: Sunday, November 27, 2016       Teacher: Art Stansberry     Duration: 42 mins 54 secs    
  Description: This Sunday we will wrap up our sermon series on giving. This week we will focus on how, as Kingdom workers, we should be motivated to be investors rather than consumers. In Matthew 25, Jesus tells a parable about a man who went on a long journey and left three of his employees in charge. One employee took the money that was entrusted to him and hid it away, rather than invest it and put it to work. Jesus is calling us to invest rather than consume, to multiply rather than preserve. This Sunday we will discover that Jesus invites us to invest in His eternal Kingdom.

 


21Nov
Men's Bible Study Tuesday, November 21 @ 9:00 AM
21Nov
Men's Prayer Time Tuesday, November 21 @ 7:00 PM
23Nov
Church Office Closed Thursday, November 23 - All Day
23Nov
Happy Thanksgiving! Thursday, November 23 - All Day
24Nov
Church Office Closed Friday, November 24 - All Day
 
     
 
     

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