Sermons by: Heather Hill
Paul talks a lot about spiritual gifts and the body of Christ ... Corinthians, Ephesians, Romans, Galatians ... and in every place Paul sends the same overall message -- You belong! You belong to something lasting, real, and meaningful. You belong to something bigger than yourself. What would happen in our lives and in our community if we each internalized that reality? That's what we'll talk about this Sunday. Heather Hill is our preacher and she can't wait to share what the Lord put on her heart for us.
This summer we have been following the thread of worship through Isaiah. This week Isaiah introduces us to Jesus through his prophecy of the Cross. Isaiah 53 gives us one of the clearest pictures of the person and work of Christ through the lens of his human suffering. Join us as we explore Isaiah 53. We'll connect with Jesus, discover another dimension of his character, all while we remember together why he is worthy of worship.
2 Peter is a culmination of all Peter's teachings packed into three short chapters. It's full of passion and conviction and laced all the way through with an upward call ... to grow up, listen up, and stand up. Come! Hear Peter's heart for the church he lived and died for as he shares his greatest hope for all of us.
On January 3 we begin a new series called "Prepare the Way." But first, we will take a Sunday to spend a little time exploring what it means biblically to choose life. As we look forward to the year ahead there is one choice we can all make that has the power to place us firmly inside God's will. We can choose life.
Topics: Choose Life
Paul tells us in Romans 15 that God is the God of Hope. God is both the source and the object of our hope. Our circumstances will never be the secret to a hope-filled, joy-filled life. This week we will explore the difference between worldly hope and Biblical hope, and we'll learn some simple, practical ways that we can cling to hope in these uncertain times.
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