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Sunday Mar 29th @ 9:30 AM
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Sunday Mar 29th @ 10:30 AM
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31Mar
Tuesday Mar 31th @ 7:00 PM
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01Apr
Wednesday Apr 1th @ 6:30 PM
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02Apr
Thursday Apr 2th @ 6:30 PM
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Sunday, May 31, 2009
Today we began our series on 1 John. This message is an introduction to the epistle-learning about the letter's author-the apostle John and why he wrote it. 1 John is both a remarkably simple and profoundly edifying book that will bless its readers.
Sunday, May 24, 2009
Have you ever heard something like this:"The Bible has been written and rewritten so many times. No one knows what it originally said. How would you respond? Can we have assurance that what Peter, Paul,Luke and so wrote is what we now possess? Absolutely! This essage discusses the powerful evidence of the historical reliabilty of the New Testament.
Sunday, May 17, 2009
After covering the biblical teachings about baptism, we want to answer some important questions: This message deals with 5 in particular Does baptism have salvific power? What was the origin of infant baptism? What is the process leading up to baptized? What about baptizing children? Who should be baptized?
Sunday, May 10, 2009
In the book of 1 Samuel, we find the fascinating account of Hannah who was barren but God graciously gave a son after her prayer. Hannah's prayer sets an example for not only mothers but all believers because of its ardency and faith. God responded by granting her Samuel who was so pivotal in salvation history.
Sunday, May 03, 2009
How should a person be baptized? We explore the biblical evidence that supports immersion. Also, we look at the significance: it is the sign of the New Covenant and purifying symbolizes our salvation expierence.
Sunday, April 26, 2009
Jesus commanded his disciples to baptize and to be baptized. However, there are still unanswered questions about baptism. We must turn to the early church for how they understood and practiced baptism. Studying the Book of Acts helps us to answer the question: Who should be baptized? The clear pattern is baptism occurs when a person repents of his or her sin and believes in Jesus as God and Messiah.
Sunday, April 19, 2009
Though baptism is almost universally practiced amoung Christians, there are a wide range of views. Before discussing some of these differences, it is vital to grasp the historical and theological background of baptism. We will explore the baptism of John and its continuity and discontinuity with Christian baptism.
Sunday, April 12, 2009
At the cross, from a human perspective it appeared tha Jesus was far from a Messiah and God incarnate. The resurrection changed everything! Now, Jesus staggering claims about himself and the early church was galvanized to change the world. Also, Jesus' resurrectopm carries signifiance for each believers today. His resurrection guarantees or forgiveness of sin, powerful christian living, and future recurrection.
Sunday, April 05, 2009
Thoughout his ministry, Jesus was always firmly in control, even in the face of trying circumstances and opposition. However, in the Garden of Gethsemane, we encourter a Jesus who is fearful and greatly distressed. Why? Jesus was set to endure the agony of the cross,suffering which was truly unprecedented. We will explore the nature of Jesus' suffering and why he endured it.
Sunday, March 29, 2009
Fasting is one of the least understood and least practiced aspects of the Christian life. This is unfortunate because it also is one of the most powerful Christian disciplines. We explore the two primary purposes of fasting: 1)cleansing and spiritual renewal and 2) powerful prayer. We slso look at some of the common questions and offer practical tips.
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