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Jan 29 - Sermon: Kert Martin
Feb 5 - Sermon: Andrew Esping
Feb 12 - Sermon: Andrew Wong
Feb 19 - Sermon: Jim Zes
Note: This is a tentative schedule and is subject to change. (Updated 1/28/17)
Live and LoveDate posted: March 26, 2017
3/26/17 Norm Wakefield Text: I John 4:7-8, I Cor 14:1
The Finish Line of FaithDate posted: March 19, 2017
by Andrew Wong – I Peter 1:3-9
This week Andrew Wong will continue in the book of 1 Peter. The Apostle Peter writes so that, we would have a clearer vision and appreciation for the salvation towards those foreknown by the Father, ransomed by Christ, and strengthened by the Spirit. But now what Peter would have us see are things that are, as of yet, unseeable. Our current trials are apparent. Our treasures in heaven are transparent. And in between God’s glory can be invisible to us. So, the hope of this week’s sermon is that we would grow in our faith, because “faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” That as the mercies of God towards us through Christ are revealed, we would open our eyes to see our treasure, our security, and our praise in the abundant riches of God’s mercy.
The Fullness of Grace & TruthDate posted: March 12, 2017
by Andrew Esping – John 1:14-18
This week as Andrew Esping continues in the book of John, verses 14-18 of John’s prologue we will continue to focus upon the fullness of time. John’s prerogative here is to draw our attention to the significance surrounding Jesus’s entrance into humanity, His entrance into a fallen realm. Specifically, we will examine how John continues to highlight the humility of John the Baptist and how Jesus continues to serve in His role as the One who makes the Godhead known to mankind.