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The Gospel of John

The Gospel of John is the fourth and final account of the life of Jesus. This Gospel, however, stands out from the rest in its literary style and time span ultimately for the purpose that his readers may come to believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God. Join us we journey through this book and look at how the events and discussions written point us to this same truth. 

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Colossians || The Image

In Colossians, Paul is writing to a church who are in the heart of the Roman empire who are struggling with what it means to live a life faithful to Christ in their context. In this sermon series, we will be looking at how our culture is not all that different from that of the Colossians and what it looks like to be faithful to Christ in the midst of it.  

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How Does a Weary World Rejoice

Joy is often a companion to many other emotions. We can feel joy in addition to feeling many other things at once: grief, anticipation, anxiety, excitement, disappointment, exhaustion. Perhaps many of us live with the myth that joy is not something we deserve—or that it is wholly out of reach. But our joy is rooted in the truth that we belong to God. Can you tether yourself to that deep truth? You deserve to feel joy-fully. The world needs your joy, even if you are weary. Our joy is better when it is shared. And so, this Advent, we will hold space for our weariness and our joy. We will seek a “thrill of hope” in our hurting world. We will welcome joy—even and especially if, like the prophet Isaiah, we cry out for comfort (Isaiah 40:1). In this weary world, may we find many ways to rejoice.

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Acts - United by Fire

The book of Acts is the story of the formation of the church. It is an exciting story, full of signs and wonders and power, and lots of tension and difficulty and struggle as well. Where the life of Jesus - what he did, what he was all about- is carried on and continued and even expanded on by the church. In this series, we will be looking at the theme of unity and the Holy Spirit as we look at this book together. 

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Finding Hope in Dark Days

Often the world we are living in feels dark. Yet this is not unique to our time. Habakkuk, also found himself living in dark times. In this mini-series, we will be looking through the book of Habbakuk and seeing how he, and we, can find hope in dark days. 

Caleb Thompson

September 10

Caleb Thompson

September 17

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