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Thrive: Week 5

Sunday May 21 | download

Thrive: Week 5 w/ Matt Furr | He came and preached peace to you who were far away and peace to those who were near. For through him we both have access to the Father by one Spirit. -Ephesians 2: 17-18




Previous Messages:

Thrive: Week 4

Sunday May 14 | download

Thrive: Week 4 w/ Nate Parks.  But do not forget this one thing, dear friends: With the Lord a day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years are like a day. The Lord is not slow in keeping his promise, as some understand slowness. Instead he is patient with you, not wanting anyone to perish, but everyone to come to repentance. Bear in mind that our Lord’s patience means salvation… 2Peter 3:8-9, 15a

Thrive: Week 3

Sunday May 7 | download

Thrive: Week 3 w/ Matt Furr | "Or suppose a woman has ten silver coins and loses one. Doesn’t she light a lamp, sweep the house and search carefully until she finds it? And when she finds it, she calls her friends and neighbors together and says, ‘Rejoice with me; I have found my lost coin.’ In the same way, I tell you, there is rejoicing in the presence of the angels of God over one sinner who repents" -Luke 15:8-10

Thrive: Week 2

Sunday April 30 | download

Thrive: Week 2 w/ Matt Furr | We were created to live…really live. True life is found when the Spirit of God is alive in us. He is the one who breathes full life into those who seek him. It’s not something we can manufacture or coerce. But when we open ourselves up to his Spirit and let him do his work in us, we will Thrive! What does this kind of life look like? God tells us there will be certain things we will see at work in us when we give ourselves to him. These are characteristics of God that he cultivates within us through his Spirit. This is what life looks like when we Thrive! 1 John 4:7-8

Thrive: Week 1

Sunday April 23 | download

Thrive: with Matt Furr | We were created to live…really live. True life is found when the Spirit of God is alive in us. He is the one who breathes full life into those who seek him. It’s not something we can manufacture or coerce. But when we open ourselves up to his Spirit and let him do his work in us, we will Thrive! What does this kind of life look like? God tells us there will be certain things we will see at work in us when we give ourselves to him. These are characteristics of God that he cultivates within us through his Spirit. This is what life looks like when we Thrive!

Easter Resurrection!

Sunday April 16 | download

Easter Resurrection service with Matt Furr.  Do not be deceived: God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows. Whoever sows to please their flesh, from the flesh will reap destruction; whoever sows to please the Spirit, from the Spirit will reap eternal life.  Galatians 6:7-8

Fire: Week 5

Sunday April 9 | download

Fire: Finding Jesus In Our Pain | Week 4 | with Ryan Bengtson | “In all this you greatly rejoice, though now for a little while you may have had to suffer grief in all kinds of trials. These have come so that the proven genuineness of your faith – of greater worth than gold, which perishes even though refined by fire – may result in praise, glory and honor when Jesus Christ is revealed.”  2 Cor. 1:3-4

Fire: Week 4

Sunday April 2 | download

Fire: Finding Jesus In Our Pain | Week 4 | with Matt Furr | “In all this you greatly rejoice, though now for a little while you may have had to suffer grief in all kinds of trials. These have come so that the proven genuineness of your faith – of greater worth than gold, which perishes even though refined by fire – may result in praise, glory and honor when Jesus Christ is revealed.”  Hebrews 12:10-11 

Fire: Week 3

Sunday March 26 | download

Fire: Finding Jesus In Our Pain | Week 3 | with Matt Furr | “In all this you greatly rejoice, though now for a little while you may have had to suffer grief in all kinds of trials. These have come so that the proven genuineness of your faith – of greater worth than gold, which perishes even though refined by fire – may result in praise, glory and honor when Jesus Christ is revealed.”  1 Peter 1:6-7

Fire: Week 2

Sunday March 19 | download

Fire: Finding Jesus In Our Pain | Week 2 | with Nate Parks | Pain is common to the human experience and the pathway to victory is through the crucible of pain. However, if we look closely into the fire, we realize we are not alone. We will see him…Jesus…standing right there with us in the pain.  2Cor. 12:9-10

Fire: Week 1

Sunday March 12 | download

Finding Jesus In The Fire | Week 1 | with Matt Furr | Suffering and pain are part of being human. We experience it in many different ways, but the fact remains that we will each walk through the fire of pain. It’s a question born from the ache of the fire. “Where are you, God?” And his answer? “I’m right here with you.” In his nearness is healing, strength, courage and life. Key Text : Daniel 3:1-29 (focus v. 3:25)

Refreshed By Generosity

Sunday March 5 | download

Refreshed By Generosity w/ Matt Furr | Life can be exhausting. As we try to grasp onto the most life possible, we often find ourselves gasping for breath. Yet there is something different offered in the promise of God. The generous life is offered as a gift that refreshes. It’s a paradox of life with Jesus, that the generous person is the one who is refreshed. KEY TEXT: Proverbs 11:24-25

The Brand of the Christ-follower

Sunday February 26 | download

The Brand of the Christ-follower w/ Gordon MacDonald | There are seven marks of Christianity that Jesus initiated. These marks move us past mere religious platitudes to a whole life of genuine generosity. KEY TEXT: Acts 20:32-35

Share Extravagantly

Sunday February 19 | download

Share Extravagantly w/ Matt Furr | Five loaves and two fish…sure doesn’t seem like much, does it? Yet Jesus took what this young boy offered and turned it into something incredible! When we focus on the meager offering that we have, we can often become afraid of our own scarcity. But God sees much more than what we bring to the table; he knows that the best of what we offer is made spectacular because of His work, not ours. When we offer Him to those around us, we need not fear that we will be left with nothing, but can give with joy as we share extravagantly! KEY TEXT: John 6:1-13

Receive Abundantly

Sunday February 12 | download

Receive Abundantly w/ Matt Furr | Scarcity runs deep in our souls. In our fear of scarcity, we hedge and scrimp and hold tightly; we give a little here and there, but keep the bulk for a “rainy day” in case we run out again. This is true of material things as well as matters of the heart. But when we recognize that God has given us his fullness, then we never need to fear scarcity again. He has given us the fullness of himself through Christ alive in us. In him, we have all we will ever need! KEY TEXT: Ephesians 3:14-19

Idols of the Heart

Sunday February 5 | download

Idols of the Heart w/ Matt Furr | “The heart wants what the heart wants.” There’s a reason that most people have set aside their New Year’s Resolutions by this time; it’s difficult to re-train the heart to desire something that it has not previously desired. Yet, the invitation of God is to allow him to re-train our hearts, setting aside our idols, and re-orienting the whole of ourselves toward devotion to him alone…to foster a heart that wants Him more than anything. KEY TEXT: Ezekiel 14:1-11

The Profitable Life

Sunday January 29 | download

The Profitable Life w/ Matt Furr | What does it profit a man to gain the whole world but lose his soul? It’s a haunting question. We are created for true life. But the places we often seek it don’t yield the fruit we expect. And instead of having fullness, we find hunger and emptiness. How is it possible that to have what we long for requires giving up what we desire?  KEY TEXT: Mark 8:34-38

We Grow Together

Sunday January 15 | download

We Grow Together w/ Matt Furr | Biblical holiness is not about an external list of rules. It’s a description of inner transformation through life in Christ, when He takes over leadership of every are of our lives. Spiritual growth is neither automatic nor invisible. When Christ is alive in us, and we are learning to take on the mind of Christ, then He grows our capacity to listen and obey as he leads us. This is hard. We are a tribe that does hard things together, experiencing a renewed look at life and vibrancy of life with Him.  KEY TEXT: Romans 12:2

We Give Away Our Lives & Pelletier Commissioning

Sunday January 8 | download

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We Give Away Our Lives w/ Matt Furr | Self-preservation is human instinct. Military boot camp works to undo the natural tendency to be safe and secure, training men and women to advance into battle.  First responders in our community run toward trouble while most of us run from it. The call of the Gospel of following Jesus is to give away our lives, which pushes against our natural instinct. Jesus modeled and empowered a life given away. Each day, we live lives of sacrifice to the greater good of God’s movement in this world, setting aside our personal preferences and desires in order to pursue His glory. We are a tribe that celebrates and empowers Gospel living as we, together, give our lives away. KEY TEXT: Romans 12:1

SPECIAL COMMISSIONING::

We speak blessings & pray over the Pelletier family as they plan their journey to Mexico to spread the truth of Jesus.  Follow their story here: www.juan1418.com

 "I will not leave you as orphans; I will come to you."  - John 14:18

Resolutions for a Life

Sunday January 1 | download

Resolutions for a Life w/ Dave Pelletier | We’ve probably all made some kind of resolutions in the past when we enter a new year. And if we’re honest with ourselves, we’ve probably broken or forgotten about most of them in a relatively short period of time.  Yet Jesus asks us to make the simplest resolution of all when he says, ‘resolve to follow me’, and we start out with good intentions to follow him. But life gets in the way and we start following a different path. Looking back over a lifetime of resolutions, it’s good to see some meaningful ones which help keep our eyes fixed on him. 

Joy

Sunday December 18 | download

Joy w/ Matt Furr | Joy is the sigh of relief, the giggle of delight, and the uncontrollable smile that is shared when two people who delight in each other see each other. The spirit soars when we receive the delight of the Lord – He adores us and is glad to be with us. He is blessed when we delight in being with him. And we spread joy when we welcome weakness with protective strength in those around us. KEY TEXT: Psalm 16:11 & John 17:9-13

Love

Sunday December 11 | download

Love w/ Nate Parks | Jesus enjoyed a deep love relationship with the Father. Through faith, he has invited us into that love relationship, where we simply rest in him. As we anchor our lives in him, learning to trust and rest in his loving presence, we are empowered to love those around us in meaningful and practical ways.  KEY TEXT: John 15:9-17  

Peace

Sunday December 4 | download

Peace w/ Matt Furr | Whether in the national conversation on issues of racism, sexism, or the recently completed elections or in our homes and workplace, we can be peace-makers. Jesus has invited us to experience his peace as we celebrate gratitude and intercession. Gratitude anchors his peace within us. As we walk in peace, we bring peace into the situations we are in by relying on his strength, love and nearness. KEY TEXT: Philippians 4: 4-9 

Hope

Sunday November 27 | download

Hope w/ Matt Furr | Through his death and resurrection, Jesus has given us new life! The life we now live in him is a taste of the life that is to come. We receive this hope through Christ alive in us. We spread this hope as we call out new life in others, reminding those who are in Christ that they are living new life now and inviting those who are far from God to experience new life for themselves. KEY TEXT: 1 Peter 1:3-9 

Spread the Word

Sunday November 20 | download

Spread The Word w/ Matt Furr | Christians haven’t been given the gift of Jesus alive in us only for our benefit. Just like Jesus came in order to reveal God to the world, he is alive in us so that the world may know him better. The mystery of Christ is made real in the lives of those who are living the Jesus life! KEY TEXT: Colossians 4:2-6 

Alive at Work

Sunday November 13 | download

Alive at Work w/ Matt Furr | After our family relationships, the people who see us the most are the people with whom we work day to day. What do they see as we handle stress, failure, and success? What does it look like to live the Jesus life where we work?  It begins with recognizing that we don’t work only for earthly reward and for a human boss, but our work is ultimately for our heavenly master. We are invited to live the Jesus life where we work!  KEY TEXT: Colossians 3:22 – 4:1

Reflection on the Election & Communion

Sunday November 13 | download

"We are the Church that Christ is shaping..."

Alive at Home

Sunday November 6 | download

Alive At Home w/ Matt Furr | Where is the most difficult place for many of us to live the Jesus life? At home! The people who know us best are often the most challenging to our faith. Yet we are reminded that if faith in Jesus is real, it is most real in our relationships – including our closest relationships. KEY TEXT: Colossians 3:18-21

New Clothes

Sunday October 30 | download

New Clothes w/ Ryan Bengtson | It’s been said that “clothes make the man” – I suspect the same can be said of women. What we wear says a lot about us. We are reminded to “clothe” ourselves in Christ. When we do, we become known for him being alive in us. We “put on Christ” by learning to think like he thinks, perceiving life, others, and the world from his perspective, not our own. When we live in Christ, people experience Jesus and his compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, and patience. How might our world be a different place if that were true of us? KEY TEXT: Colossians 3:1-17

New Rules

Sunday October 23 | download

New Rules w/ Matt Furr | Learning a new sport or game can be hard. If doesn’t come naturally and we often have to be reminded what the rules are. New life in Christ can feel that same way. But the goal isn’t to focus on the rules. The goal is to live in the freedom that Jesus gives us! The rules are merely guideposts and help us better understand life in him. The more we live in Christ, the less we need the guideposts and trust the freedom he gives us as he lives in us. KEY TEXT: Colossians 2:16-23

In Christ

Sunday October 16 | download

In Christ w/ Matt Furr | The most incredible gift that we have been given is life in Christ. Christianity is not a system of rules and rituals. The Christian life is life lived IN CHRIST. Yet what does that mean? It means that we are freed from the chains of slavery to our flesh and are free to live as God intends…with him! KEY TEXT: Colossians 2:6-15

Hidden Treasure

Sunday October 9 | download

Hidden Treasure w/ Matt Furr | The world of information is at our fingertips. And for many of us, we carry it around in our pockets. Have a question about anything? Search it online and get as much information as you could possible imagine. But knowledge and wisdom are often two different things. Where do we find wisdom…true wisdom for life? The answer is Jesus. In Jesus Christ is knowledge and wisdom – everything we need to live a life of faithfulness in relationship with God. KEY TEXT: Colossians 2:1-5 

The Great Reveal

Sunday October 2 | download

The Great Reveal w/ Matt Furr | The great mystery that Paul is talking about in Colossians is Christ alive in us. There are several things going on here. One is that the scriptures that have been a part of Jewish history reveal God’s plan all along – everything is about Jesus. Another is that the gift of Christ is made available to everyone, not just Jews…God’s plan is that everyone knows Christ. And finally, this mystery is Jesus Christ living within those who trust him by faith. Incredible! KEY TEXT: Colossians 1:24-28

Reconciled

Sunday September 25 | download

Reconciled w/ Nate Parks | Enemies of God. Think about that for a moment. Because of the way we approached the world and our lives, we were enemies of God. Yet through faith in Jesus and the gracious gift of forgiveness, we were not made neutral but were brought into friendship with God. Not only friendship, but we became children of God! Let’s be honest, rarely does a friend become close as family, let alone an enemy. Yet that’s what God has done. And that’s the message that he calls us to proclaim everywhere we live, work and play!  KEY TEXT: Colossians 1:21-23

All Things

Sunday September 18 | download

All Things  w/ Matt Furr | The twitter-verse and newsfeeds are daily buzzing with the news about some celebrity or another. With the presidential election looming in front of us, we could easily believe that Trump or Clinton are the biggest deals in the world. But the fact is that they aren’t. Nor are you or me. Jesus is. And what you believe about Jesus is the most important thing about you. Jesus is the biggest deal there is.  KEY TEXT: Colossians 1:15-20

Rescued

Sunday September 11 | download

Rescued w/ Matt Furr | Our greatest enemy is not an African warlord, urban gang, or even ISIS. We awake each day and face the enemy Paul calls the “dominion of darkness”. As the enemy moves to hold humanity captive we experience that captivity in things like addiction, fear, pride and greed. Who will rescue us from this enemy? Jesus is truly our savior and his salvation is here! The heart of the gospel Jesus preached is that we no longer need to be held captive by the Kingdom of Darkness, but have been freed to live in the Kingdom of God through faith in King Jesus. KEY TEXT: Colossians 1:13-14

Special Outdoor Service @Clinton Fields

Sunday September 4 | download

Centerpoint Service at Clinton Fields, in Concord, New Hampshire.

Malachi: Return to Me

Sunday August 28 | download

Malachi: Return to Me w/ Matt Furr | God preserved his people and his covenant through the exile. And while the exile is brutally difficult and all seemed bleak, God was at work bringing about his will for his people. While things may look bleak in our day, we see him working even in his people in exile. He has a calling for us as we live in a place that is not our home, but he points toward our hope in Christ. KEY TEXT: Malachi 3:6-12

Zechariah: God Whispers Hope

Sunday August 21 | download

Zechariah: God Whispers Hope w/ Ryan Bengtson | While there is a delay in the fulfilment of God’s promises to his people, he will do what he said he will do. He will eventually deliver his people from renewed Gentile oppression, move them to genuine repentance, and restore them to a vibrant covenant relationship with himself. He will also bring the nations into his Kingdom. He does all this, after being silent for 400 years, through Jesus. And he is still accomplishing it today – when God seems most silent, he has not forgotten his promise and will give vibrant life to his people who submit to him. KEY TEXT: Zechariah 14:1-9 

Haggai: God Speaks Hope in Exile

Sunday August 14 | download

Haggai: God Speaks Hope in Exile w/ Matt Furr | God is sovereign to bring about his redemptive purposes. In the midst of exile, he is speaking hope to his people, that He will be the one who rebuilds his house and the house of David. When things looked most hopeless with the death of Christ, God was working out his greatest work of healing and redemption. God is still sovereign in restoring his Kingdom through those who are faithful, even while living in exile. KEY TEXT: HAGGAI 2:6-9

Zephaniah: God’s Call of Freedom

Sunday August 7 | download

Zephaniah: God’s Call of Freedom w/ Matt Furr | Judah, God’s covenant people, had strayed from God and embraced the false gods of the people around them. In light of that, God’s judgment would be sweeping and profound! The judgment of the Lord’s Day would be meted out on all nations as well as Judah. Through this judgment, all nations would become worshippers of the One True God.  God’s remnant would WAIT and rejoice in God’s protection and worship him in the city. Today, God’s people get easily swept up by false Gods. God is a jealous God. Yet the intent to God’s judgment is repentance and reconciliation to him. This is experienced I Jesus, where Christ took on the wrath of God and the faithful will rejoice as they WAIT on the Lord and see his salvation.  KEY TEXT: Zephaniah 3:6-13

Habakkuk: God Shouts Salvation

Sunday July 31 | download

Habakkuk: God Shouts Salvation w/ Matt Furr | God was furious when he looked and saw the injustice of Judah in her darkest days. There was violence brought about by the rampant injustice. So the Lord would send his wrath in the form of the Babylonians, who were a fierce, godless, and ruthless people – destroying nations simply for the sport of it. Yet the prophet was confident in God’s salvation for his people and called out to the Lord, declaring that he will wait patiently for God’s salvation. In our day we see the violence of injustice all around us. And in the midst of the fruit of that violence, can we see God at work? We’ve seen him rescue people before. Could he do it again? How do we wait patiently for God’s salvation while remembering his nature, character and past work of redemption? Key Text: Habakkuk 3:2; 16-19

Nahum: God’s Warrior Cry

Sunday July 24 | download

Nahum: God’s Warrior Cry w/ Matt Furr | The Assyrians were a ruthless nation of those rejected God and humiliated their enemies. God reveals that he is a warrior who will overcome them and treat them as they have done to their conquered foes. God is gracious, but he is also perfectly just. He will defend his people and his sovereign plan to redeem the world. How do we see God’s justice in our world and in the future? Key Text: Nahum 1:1-15

Micah: God Speaks Mercy

Sunday July 17 | download

Micah: God Speaks Mercy w/ Ryan Bengtson | In the face of rejection by the nations and God’s own people, God shows his faithfulness to his covenant and his sovereign grace and mercy. He leads the faithful remnant of Israel like a good shepherd, leading them back into covenant relationship with himself. This looks to the day when God will send his Messiah to his people to fulfill the covenant promise and the intimate relationship between God and his people. He continues to call people to trust him in a world that feels more like exile than home.  Key Text: Micah 7:14-20 

Jonah: God Speaks Compassion

Sunday July 10 | download

Jonah: God Speaks Compassion w/ Matt Furr | God’s grace and compassion blows us away! Not only does he extend his grace to us, but to those around us. Into the life of the world that rejects him and dismisses him, God is speaking his grace, love and compassion Key Text: Jonah 4:1-3 

Obadiah: God Stands Against Pride

Sunday July 3 | download

Obadiah: God Stands Against Pride w/ Matt Furr | Esau was Jacob’s brother. Those who bear his name, the Edomites, embraced the spirit of pride and participated in the battle against God’s people, Israel. God came against their pride, knocking them low and giving their land to Israel. Pride is natural territory for humans. God won’t stand for pride and is willing to bring the proud low. Our response is humble repentance to the King of Kings.  Key Text: Obadiah 15-18

Amos: God Calls Out Justice

Sunday June 26 | download

Amos begins by calling out the nations around Israel for their obstinate rejection of the Lord. But through the prophet, the circles of judgment tighten around Israel itself. God’s own people, Israel, have rejected the covenant relationship with God through oppressive socio-economic practices, religious formalism, and arrogant self-confidence. God is calling all people to repentance and submission to his authority. God will act to tear down the walls of his people’s sin and restore his covenant through the line of David. As we look at the world around us, it’s easy to point at all the ways that God is being rejected. But God also, through his Spirit, convicts us, his people, of doing life on our terms and rejecting his authority to lead us. He calls us to repentance and submission as he tears down that which separates us and restores us to himself through Jesus Christ.   Key Text: Amos 9:7-15 

God Proclaims A New Day

Sunday June 19 | download

Though their own sin caused calamity, the Lord looked on his people with compassion and mercy. In his response, he promised that he would respond to repentance by ushering in a new day. The prophet Joel was looking ahead to the day of Pentecost and the day when righteousness would be brought about by the Lord putting his Law in the hearts of his people. God is in that business here today. He is calling people to repentance. And in response to a heart turned toward God, he will respond with wonderful mercy and compassion, instilling his Spirit of righteousness in the hearts of his people. He is the God of a new day.  Key Texts: Joel 2:12-14; 25-32a

God Speaks Redeeming Love

Sunday June 12 | download

God likens his covenant relationship with his people with the covenant of marriage. Israel, even though given so much by God, turned to find meaning and fulfillment in the worship of Baal, a false god. Yet the Lord will not abandon them completely…he moves toward them in grace to restore them to himself. Today, even those of us who are Christians, turn toward false gods. God has done so much for us, yet we quickly forget and turn away. But God is rich in mercy and moves toward us in grace, calling us back home to him. Will we respond to his call home? Will we set aside our infatuation with the idols of our time and devote ourselves fully to him alone?  Key Texts: Hosea 3:1-5; 14:1-4

Neighboring is Lavishing

Sunday June 5 | download

God is generous and lavishes his love on us in tangible ways – provision, protection, grace, his nearness, etc.  As we reflect his character, we grow in whole-life generosity, lavishing God’s love in tangible ways on people where we live, work and play. Key Texts: Luke 10:35, 2 Cor. 8:9, John 2:1-10. 

Neighboring is Healing

Sunday May 29 | download

When we take note of the people around us we are bound to notice how the brokenness of the world and even our sin impacts them. Moving toward people with compassion, we are empowered by God’s Spirit to bring his healing into their lives. When God moves in people’s lives, healing can be a powerful result.  Key Text: Luke 10:34a

Neighboring is Serving

Sunday May 22 | download

We live in a world that encourages us to grab the “brass ring” and “pull ourselves up by the bootstraps”. But Jesus offers a different vision of what it means to “get ahead” in life. To be the greatest, he invites us to be the last in line, a servant of all. We are most like Jesus when we embrace the life of a servant where we live, work and play. Key Text: Luke 10:34b & Mark 10: 35-45

Neighboring is Noticing

Sunday May 15 | download

| We are chronically busy people. While technology allows us to be more efficient, we use that efficiency to add more to our already busy lives. A side-effect of our busy-ness is that we have stopped noticing. And when we stop noticing, the people around us stop being human…they become projects, problems, annoyances and commodities. The movement toward another begins with noticing. Neighboring is a call to notice the people where we live, work and play. This Week: Neighboring Is Noticing // Luke 10:30-33 & Mark 5:24-34

Fueling Courage

Sunday May 8 | download

The news these days is filled with stories of Christians in our world who are killed for their faith. What would it be like to stand before those who hate you, knowing that your convictions about Jesus will lead to your death? Stephen looked in the eyes of those who would kill him for his faith. Yet he stood firm. Most of us won’t face death for our faith…but we will be asked to pay the cost of following Jesus with our whole lives. Will we stand firm when asked? | Text: Acts 6:8-7:53

Fueling Wisdom

Sunday May 1 | download

Life is filled with big decisions. Wouldn’t it be great if we could just look into the future and know what decisions to make now?  Nope….that’s not for us to do. But God actually isn’t bound by time and space like we are. He knows the future because he’s already there. And through his Spirit, we can tap into his wisdom and guidance now so better decisions can be made for our future.   Text: Acts 6:1-8

Fueling Unity

Sunday April 24 | download

We live in a culture that celebrates rugged individualism. While there are great things that can be accomplished by an individual, the invitation of the Gospel is to join a family on mission together, united by the Holy Spirit. Unity, like what’s described here is supernatural in its origin – it can’t happen by mere human will and strength. The Spirit gives us this gift as he shapes a new community of God and empowers us to spread his love to the world around us. Even Jesus said that the world will know we are his by our love for each other. 

Fueling Evangelism II

Sunday April 17 | download

Jesus’ ministry was amazing and included so many supernatural dynamics. What if our ministry today was like that? As we are empowered by the Holy Spirit, we will find that he leads us into situations where we can continue the ministry of Jesus, in love, truth and power as he leads us. How can we recognize those situations and step into them with confidence and wisdom? // Text: Acts 3:1-10

Fueling Evangelism

Sunday April 10 | download

Sharing our faith can often feel overwhelming. What if they ask questions and we don’t know how to answer? What if they reject the message of Christ we are bringing? We can feel so alone in the process. But we’re not alone. God’s spirit will give us what we need to live lives marked by the Gospel as we share this incredibly good news with the people in our world. // Text: Acts 2:36-41

Fueling a New Life

Sunday April 3 | download

Pentecost is a Jewish festival to mark the giving of the Law to Moses, a crucial moment in the history of Israel and God’s covenant relationship with his people. So it’s amazing how God planned to release his Holy Spirit in a fresh way on all believers on this special day. The prophet Jeremiah foretold of the day when the Law would be written on the hearts of all people…God is making good on that promise. And when the Holy Spirit comes, everything changes in the lives of God’s people. That was true in the time Acts was written; and it’s true for us today! 

Release

Sunday March 27 | download

Here's The King!

Sunday March 20 | download

Unclean Hearts

Sunday March 13 | download

Centurion's Faith

Sunday March 6 | download

Rest

Sunday February 28 | download

Ask, Seek, Knock

Sunday February 21 | download

First Things

Sunday February 14 | download

Pray Like This

Sunday February 7 | download

Love Your Enemies

Sunday January 31 | download

What is Righteousness?

Sunday January 24 | download

From the Heart

Sunday January 17 | download

Follow Me

Sunday January 10 | download

New Beginnings

Sunday January 3 | download

Trust

Sunday December 27 | download