Dec 31, 2017
Applying the Gospel: God
 
In this sermon, we focus on the beginning of the gospel, God the King.  We discover several fundamental lessons from our text that we can apply to our lives.  For example, God is King and I am not.  Also, God is in control and He is good.  We learn practically how to take these gospel truths about God and apply them to real life challenges and struggles we face every day.
 
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  • Dec 31, 2017Applying the Gospel: God
    Dec 31, 2017
    Applying the Gospel: God
     
    In this sermon, we focus on the beginning of the gospel, God the King.  We discover several fundamental lessons from our text that we can apply to our lives.  For example, God is King and I am not.  Also, God is in control and He is good.  We learn practically how to take these gospel truths about God and apply them to real life challenges and struggles we face every day.
     
  • Dec 24, 2017The Songs of Christmas
    Dec 24, 2017
    The Songs of Christmas
    By: (All)
    An indepth study of our favorite Christmas songs. Dr. Chris Moore, Jay Hill and Michael Lusk
  • Dec 17, 2017The Greatest Gift
    Dec 17, 2017
    The Greatest Gift
  • Dec 10, 2017Christmas in Revelation
    Dec 10, 2017
    Christmas in Revelation
    Revelation 12
    When we look at the birth of Jesus we often turn to Matthew or Luke.  But in this sermon we discover that the Christmas story is also found in the book of Revelation.  We see there is a war involving a dragon that takes place behind the scenes of the nativity.  We are encouraged as we learn why we can be confident in the battle that continues to this day.
  • Dec 3, 2017Life and Death
    Dec 3, 2017
    Life and Death
    In this text we see four images that help us develop God’s perspective on life and death. The first image is an offering, and we learn we are called to live our lives as a sacrifice. The second image is a departure, and we are encouraged that there is life after death. The third image is a race, and we are called to keep running and endure to the end. The final image is a reward, and we are reminded that following Christ to the end is worth it!