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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)
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.
The Reason for the TreasonDate posted: March 5, 2017
Dan Ford – Luke 22:1-6
In Luke chapter 22 we are presented with a conspiracy that was formed against Jesus by Satan, Judas Iscariot, and the leaders in Jerusalem. This begins Luke’s account of what many Christians call the “passion narrative” in which Jesus makes His way to the cross. This Sunday Mr. Ford’s sermon will address the plot to betray Jesus by one of His own disciples, and how God used that act of treachery in His plan to save us from our treason against Him.
A Call to PrayerDate posted: February 26, 2017
Kert Martin – I Tim 2:1-7
Chapters two and three of 1 Timothy have been deemed by many as a manual on church order. It’s important for us to see these guidelines in the historical context in which the Apostle Paul was living. These guidelines are not cultural but eternal and were written so that Christians would know “how to conduct themselves in the household of God.”
In his sermon, Mr Martin looks at verses 1-2 of chapter 2 – a call to prayer and we will look at the different kinds of prayer Paul mentions, and the impact that praying for the salvation of others can have on a culture.