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It All Depends On What You Mean By GOD

Date: March 10, 2019

Bible Text: Luke 9:18-27 |


Pastor Joe Hellerman continues our series in Luke with a message from Luke 9:18-27.  We take a look at what the crowds thought of Jesus, what the disciples thought of Jesus, and what Jesus revealed about who he was. Next, we look at what our own culture thinks of Jesus and what we, as Christian believers, expect of Jesus.  Then, again using scripture, we look at who Jesus reveals Himself to be. Divine revelation shows us that the cross was Jesus' path to glory.  And taking up the cross - denying ourselves to follow Jesus - is our path to life.
2019-08-14T02:35:52-07:00July 31st, 2019|

We Can’t, But He Does

Date: March 3, 2019

Bible Text: Luke 8:40-9:17 |


Pastor Brandon Cash continues our series in the Gospel according to Luke with a message from Luke 8:40 - 9:17. This section of Luke's gospel presents several stories illustrating the people beginning to ask, "Who IS this man?" Jesus raises a dead girl, heals a sick woman, sends out the twelve apostles, and feeds the 5,000.  People are beginning to understand that Jesus is the Messiah.  In each story, the people involved respond to Jesus' commands with faithful obedience. It is our faith-filled obedience to Jesus' call that both sets us free from sin and empowers us to extend the Kingdom of
2019-08-14T02:36:01-07:00July 31st, 2019|

Nothing Stays the Same

Date: February 24, 2019

Bible Text: Luke 8:19-39 |


Pastor Joe Hellerman teaches from Luke 8:19-39. Our lives change radically when we accept the free gift of salvation and new life in Christ.  Today's passage from Luke 8 tells three different stories to illustrate that our new life includes: 1) A new family, 2) A new captain, and 3) a new job.
2019-08-14T02:36:12-07:00July 31st, 2019|

Can You Hear Me Now

Date: February 17, 2019

Bible Text: Luke 8:4-18 |


Pastor Mark Stepp teaches from Luke chapter 8, verses 4-18, a passage that is often called the Parable of the Sower or the Parable of the Soils. Jesus is teaching by using in parables, and in this passage He tells them if they have ears to hear, they must "hear" what He says. How do we “hear” God? Pastor Mark challenges us that to truly hear, we must be people who receive the word of God -- people who hold His words in our hearts and live by those words that they may bring forth fruit.
2019-08-14T02:36:31-07:00July 31st, 2019|
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