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New Year’s Eve 2024
December 31, 2023
December 31, 2022
This sermon focuses on the Old Testament Feast of Booths which is a harvest festival where people would spend a week living in booths – or temporary huts. This is a joyful time celebrating God’s blessings and memorializing the exodus experience. This year, it falls on the same weekend as Thanksgiving!
October 9, 2022
This is a solemn day which focuses our attention to the reality of sin and need for atonement. Trumpet blasts begin this day (feast of trumpets) and a week after the day of atonement ends this with a special sacrifice for all of Israel and the priest enters the inner sanctuary.
September 25, 2022
The Feast of Weeks commemorated God’s provision in the harvest of grain, and therefore how it is God who sustains us. This festival points us to Jesus in that on Passover He died as our paschal lamb, and 50 days later during this holiday the Holy Spirit comes and indwells the disciples, beginning the church.
Before anyone could ever fully love God, He had His only Son, Jesus, die for them. In other words, Jesus loved and embraced His enemies while they hated Him the most. Now we have hope through faith in God to follow in Jesus footsteps and show the world the same unimaginable love of Jesus.
April 10 & 17, 2022
The journey from single to married is one of the most difficult and confusing that we’ll experience in life. We tackle the issues of dating, sex, and marriage and connect them with God’s design in order to restore and redeem our romantic relationships.
April 2, 2022
Life reveals to us the bleak truth that we cannot truly rely on anything in this world. This reality points us to our need for God, our perfect Father who never fails us. But faced with life experiences that tell us it’s not safe to trust others, how can we trust God?
March 13, 2022
November 28 – December 26 2021
Sunday, October 10, 2021
1 Thessalonians 5:15-18
Sunday, April 4th, 2021