May 5, 2019
Haggai
Haggai encourages God’s people to rebuild the temple and prioritize the Lord’s ministry.  We are reminded that we are all called to be involved in ministry, and we discover some timeless principles for getting involved in the Lord’s work.
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  • May 5, 2019Haggai
    May 5, 2019
    Haggai
    Haggai encourages God’s people to rebuild the temple and prioritize the Lord’s ministry.  We are reminded that we are all called to be involved in ministry, and we discover some timeless principles for getting involved in the Lord’s work.
  • Apr 28, 2019Zephaniah
    Apr 28, 2019
    Zephaniah
    In this sermon we learn that God is both severe and kind.  Even though we see both of these attributes of God throughout the Bible, we rarely think about how they relate.  We are encouraged to consider both so that we experience the kindness of God and avoid His severity. 
  • Apr 21, 20193 Responses to the Resurrection
    Apr 21, 2019
    3 Responses to the Resurrection
    Series: Specials
    In this sermon, we look at three common responses to the resurrection that we see from people in John 20 and we continue to see from people today.  We interact with the person who is skeptical, the person who believes superficially, and the person who is shocked.  We discover why we should believe in the resurrection and why this event is central to our faith.
     
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  • Apr 14, 2019Zechariah
    Apr 14, 2019
    Zechariah
    In this unique sermon, we look at several verses from Zechariah where he speaks about a coming Messiah King.  We also look at several texts from the New Testament and we see how the passages from Zechariah are fulfilled by Jesus.  We are encouraged as we see the consistency of God’s Word and the significance of the last week of Jesus’ life before his death and resurrection.
  • Apr 7, 2019Habakkuk
    Apr 7, 2019
    Habakkuk
    Habakkuk
    In this sermon we discover several key lessons about what to do when life is tough.  We learn we can (and should) go to God with honesty even though His responses might not be easy.  We also learn God’s people live by faith (2:4).  We discover what this looks like and why this significant verse in Habakkuk is quoted three times in the New Testament.