We are currently taking a hiatus from posting sermons online.
We'll be back though. Stay tuned.
I AM therefore We are: Ambassadors
; II Corinthians 5:20-21
; Ephesians 6:18b-20
Podcast:God is King, We His Ambassadors
This podcast marks the conclusion of our series called ‘I AM, therefore We are.” We focus on how God is the King, a theme that runs deeply (if not deepest) throughout the full narrative of scripture. And confessing God as King profoundly impacts our identity as His ambassadors. This week we dive into what it means to be an ambassador for Christ and for his Gospel.
I AM therefore We are: Holy
; Mark 15:36-37
; I Peter 2:9-10
Podcast:God is Holy, therefore We are Holy
This Sunday as we go through this series called ‘I AM, there We are’, we dive into what it means that God is a Holy God. We throw around the word ‘holy’ a lot, but do we actually know what it means? And given that God is indeed holy, what does that mean for us as God’s ‘holy’ people?
I AM therefore We are: Law Lovers
; Matthew 17:1-5
This Sunday is our second to last sermon in the series of “I am therefore We are.” This week we emphasize how God is a lawgiver. The law was a gift, and it was a gift that the Psalmists took delight in. As Christians, what does it mean to take delight in God’s law? Or better put, what does it mean to delight in God’s law as fulfilled in Jesus? This issue of delighting really has to do with a challenge to grow in passionate faith in Jesus.
I AM therefore We are: His Beloved
; Hebrews 12:5-11
Podcast:I AM, therefore we are His Beloved
This Sunday we dive into the concept of God as Father and how that title influences our ability to be called His children. The connection we will be making is how when we become children of the Father, we are brought into this process of sharing with Christ in his suffering. Yes, we will also share in his ‘glorification’ (Romans 8:16), but until that day comes, when we suffer and when we walk alongside those who do, we are bearing an important mark of what it means to be a Christian.