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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,

September 30, 2018

Sent, Yet Separate Text: John 17:1-19 Rev. Paul Karlberg In this final gathering of Jesus with his disciples before his passion, He wrestles with His Father in prayer on their behalf and, by extension, on ours. Note that He does

September 23, 2018

The Sovereign Savior Text: Jonah 4:1-11 Pastor Curt Stapleton Do you notice how God does not give up on Jonah? As it’s been said, “God can draw a straight line with a crooked stick.” When difficult things happen in our

September 16, 2018 – Missions Conference, evening service

The Power of Missions Text: Mark 5:1-20 Rev. Keith Powlison The power of missions starts before Genesis, is part of a much bigger story, and we are along for the ride!

September 16, 2018 – Missions Conference, morning service

The Fear in Missions Text: Mark 4:35-41 Dr. Rod Mays We all have fearful moments, when something or someone is controlling us. We may fear humiliation, rejection or hurt. But we need not fear because Jesus is in the boat

September 15, 2018 – Missions Conference

The Compassion for Missions Text: Mark 1:40-45 Dr. Rod Mays As we consider missions, we must ask ourselves “Do we love people?” From Mark 1, we see “The Compassion for Missions”

September 9, 2018

God is Sovereign and He Saves Text: Jonah 4:1-4 Pastor Curt Stapleton Once again, the gospel is clearly proclaimed in today’s passage as we hear that God is gracious and merciful, full of steadfast love, and does not take delight