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December 9, 2018

The Promised Son of David Text: Matthew 9:27-31 Rev. Paul Karlberg Our greatest need for shalom and wholeness in our lives is not physical or external, but rather internal and spiritual, our redemption from sin. With the eyes of faith,

December 2, 2018

The Definite Plan Text: Acts 2:22-41 Pastor Curt Stapleton Life teaches us that we can’t guarantee anything. Yet from Genesis 3 onward, God does not speak with “maybe” but is at work accomplishing His definite plan. In response to the

November 25, 2018

Who is Worthy? Text: Revelation 5 Pastor Curt Stapleton All of history is the outworking of a divinely written script. As we were overwhelmed last week by the worship of God as our creator, this week in Revelation chapter 5,

November 18, 2018

Seeing Heaven Text: Revelation 4 Pastor Curt Stapleton God was on His throne in A.D. 90 when John wrote the book of Revelation, and He’s still on His throne ruling today. The purpose of the book of Revelation is to

November 11, 2018

The Christian Life Text: 1 Peter 2:1-12 Pastor Curt Stapleton “If indeed you have tasted that the Lord is good…” you will know the Cornerstone, Christ Jesus and how He leads us in a new greater affection, in a life

November 4, 2018

Christ’s Church Living Out the Gospel in the Fallen World Text: 1 Peter 2:13-17 Pastor Curt Stapleton Through the Apostle Peter, God’s Word speaks timeless truths to us today. Because of Christ, we have been set free from the guilt

October 29, 2018

The Unforgiveable Sin Text: Matthew 12:22-32 Pastor Curt Stapleton There is no neutral position in your relationship to God.

October 21, 2018

What the Psalms Teach Us About God Text: Psalms Rev. Peter Green We believe the Bible is God’s inspired word, not only at the micro level of the individual words, but also at the macro level of structure, genres, the

October 14, 2018

The King & His Kingdom Text: Matthew 12:9-21 Pastor Curt Stapleton When the King comes, He brings His rest and His righteousness. This leads, through Jesus’ perfect submission, to our enjoying the King’s Redemption, our justification, by resting in the

October 7, 2018

Gospel Rest Text: Matthew 12:1-8 Pastor Curt Stapleton The fourth commandment causes us to stop and think, “What is the point of the Sabbath, both historically and for us today?” We learn today that the Sabbath points us toward Jesus,