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Sing!

Wherever Christianity exists, singing exists! Yet, why do we sing songs of joy and gratitude in the midst of our fears and grief? This week Exodus 14-15 shows us how our song is like Israel’s song and how it points ahead to the salvation that is ours.

Exodus 14:10-20; Exodus 15:11-18

Pharaoh goes to school

Have you ever wondered who cares? Is God indifferent to us? The plagues in Exodus, show us how God responds to those questions. In his judgement, God says both no and yes. Listen as Pastor Jonathan expounds upon God’s response and how it relates to our lives today.

Exodus 7:1-13

Exodus 10:21-29

The infant revolution

This week begins a new sermon series on Exodus but why does the story in this book matter? Join us this week as we learn how this story describes our situation how it and we are interwoven into the story of God and the work He is doing and has been doing throughout history.

Exodus 1

Instructions: Principles to Live By

The purpose of the Church can be summed up with the mnemonic, WIFE.

W – Worship

I – Instruction

F – Fellowship

E – Evangelism

In this second week of learning about the purpose of the Church, we focus on instruction within the Church. Who do you believe is telling the truth? Whose voice do you believe? Whose voice did the early Church listen to and believe in?

Worship: Power to Live on

This week we begin a new series on the purpose of the Church. The purpose of the Church can be summed up with the mnemonic, WIFE.

W – Worship

I – Instruction

F – Fellowship

E – Evangelism

Worship is central to everyone’s life. Today we learn about how we are to worship.

Daily Bread

Praying for daily bread is a problem for us because daily bread isn’t a problem for us. As we live in one of the wealthiest nations in the world, is praying for this even relevant for our lives anymore? The answer is found in two questions: What does “give us this day our daily bread” mean? Why should we pray for this daily bread?

 

Matthew 6:9-13

Matthew 6:25-34

Feasting

Do we listen for the parties at Church? God is a party planer by taking the time of his people and organizing it around times of celebrations. As God comes near, His presence creates a pulse of Joy that should become the heart beat of His people. How does this relate to us today?

Leviticus 23:1-8

Leviticus 23:33-44