How to Think About God

Scholars tell us that one of Jesus’ core teachings about God was so revolutionary it “seemed disrespectful, indeed unthinkable, to the sensibilities of Jesus’ contemporaries.” (Source: Joachim Jeremias, New Testament Theology.)  This Sunday we’ll explore that revolutionary aspect of Jesus’ teachings and how it can transform the way we feel about life and God.

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The One Thing God Cannot Do

This Sunday we will explore a great Old Testament story that is one of the weirdest in the Bible, yet offers profound insight about God.  Specifically, we’re going to learn the one thing that God cannot do.  (And it’s not what you think.)  Join us as we solve the mystery.

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Why Even Bother?

Have you ever messed something up so bad that you feel like throwing your hands up and quitting?  Do you ever get so down on yourself you wonder how God could use you for anything, let alone something really important?  If so, Sunday’s sermon is for you.  Come and be encouraged.

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The Atomic Center of the Gospel Message

This week we will explore the single most important concept for us to understand if we’re going to be followers of Jesus.  The explosive power of Jesus’ message comes from this core concept.  Do you know what it is?  Have you internalized it?  Are you living it? Sermon Video Reference

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Why Did Jesus Have to Die?

You’ve probably heard it said many times, “Jesus had to die.”  It’s one of those things that Christians say – a lot.  But why?  Why did he have to die?  Why couldn’t God have just pardoned our sins without the trauma of the cross?  This Sunday we’ll explore those questions, as we continue our series […]

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The Greatest Provocation

We’re getting closer and closer to Easter, counting down the days to Jesus’ death.  As we do so, we’ll continue unraveling the murder mystery surrounding Jesus’ death, exploring clues left behind in the Gospel record.  This week we will explore Jesus’ greatest provocation – an idea so heretical, the religious establishment had no choice but […]

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