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The GOAT, part 3

Of all those who came to John to be baptized as a symbol of their repentance, there was only One who came who had no sin to repent of.  The apex of John’s ministry is his baptism of Jesus.  The idea is almost as hard for us to understand as it was for John.  NotContinue reading

The GOAT, part 2

Jesus had nothing but words of praise for John and the way that he lived his life.  He was strange and far from the ordinary.  His ministry and manner of life were so odd that it got the attention of his generation.  Of course, this was by design, because God wanted to show people whatContinue reading

The GOAT, part 1

In the world of sports, there is debate centered around someone who is often referred to as ‘The G.O.A.T.”—the greatest of all time. God’s definition of greatness is vastly different from the world’s. Enter the life of John the Baptist.  Jesus made a powerful statement about his life —“I tell you, among those born ofContinue reading

State of the Church, part 3

If we’re all going to link arms this year and embrace the mission of sharing Jesus with our neighbors like never before, then I want to spend some time this morning talking you through what it will involve.  I realize that many of you have never had a one-on-one conversation with someone about Christ.  Sure,Continue reading

State of the Church, part 2

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State of the Church, part 1

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Honey, Where’s Jesus

Today’s message is taken from Luke 2:41-52. It is the only story in Scripture from the childhood of Jesus, and it includes the very first recorded words of His that we have. When He was 12 years old, Joseph and Mary and their family made the yearly pilgrimage to Jerusalem to observe the Passover justContinue reading

An Orderly Account

The story of Scripture is a true story. It is the story of God’s redemptive plan to rescue and redeem sinful humanity through the work of His Son. Scripture presents God as a refuge and rock of salvation for all who are oppressed. He is a Savior for Sinners, and nowhere is this more vividly on display than in the Gospel of Luke.

The Plan For Global Mission

The first century church was committed to the task of making disciples among the nations. They took the Great Commission seriously. During the nearly three decades that span the book the Acts, the church went from being a tiny group of people in the city of Jerusalem to being a movement that had literally spread throughout the entire Roman Empire. They made the last words of Jesus their first priority.

God’s Victorious Church

The first century church was committed to the task of making disciples among the nations. They took the Great Commission seriously. During the nearly three decades that span the book the Acts, the church went from being a tiny group of people in the city of Jerusalem to being a movement that had literally spread throughout the entire Roman Empire. They made the last words of Jesus their first priority.

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