Apr 14, 2022
For You (Holy Thursday)
Series: A Holy Week
Is the Lord's Supper a meal where we're doing something for God? Or a meal where he's doing something for us? The implications are huge with both answers. Tonight, we look at what the creator of this special meal said and did on the first Holy Thursday evening to answer the question.
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  • Apr 14, 2022For You (Holy Thursday)
    Apr 14, 2022
    For You (Holy Thursday)
    Series: A Holy Week
    Is the Lord's Supper a meal where we're doing something for God? Or a meal where he's doing something for us? The implications are huge with both answers. Tonight, we look at what the creator of this special meal said and did on the first Holy Thursday evening to answer the question.
  • Apr 10, 2022The King We Need
    Apr 10, 2022
    The King We Need
    Series: A Holy Week
    Some people mock Jesus, and refuse to believe in him as the true Son of God, because in his life he displayed so much weakness and humility. That doesn't seem like what a king/Messiah/God ought to be to them! The humble, self-sacrificing attitude we see from Jesus at Palm Sunday is emblematic of all the days of Holy Week, and ultimately, the entire life of Jesus. However, as Paul explains in Philippians, that humble, self-sacrificing attitude of Jesus makes him exactly the kind of King, Messiah/God that we need!
  • Apr 6, 2022A Part for the Whole?
    Apr 6, 2022
    A Part for the Whole?
  • Apr 3, 2022Who Do You Eat With?
    Apr 3, 2022
    Who Do You Eat With?
    When you were in high school, the way you answered the question, "Who should I eat with" in the cafeteria had a big impact on your image! Often, we want to eat with the people who benefit us in some way, who will give us the image we want. But Jesus takes that idea and flips it upside down! Listen to Pastor Troy's sermon to see who Jesus ate with, and what that means for us today as we look to live A Life of Hospitality! 
  • Mar 30, 2022What To Remember When You’re Seized with Remorse
    Mar 30, 2022
    What To Remember When You’re Seized with Remorse
    Why, after everything he'd knowingly done to betray Jesus, does Judas suddenly confess his sins, and return the blood money he'd received? What was the "one thing" he wanted that caused him to overlook what he knew about his sinful actions and the impact it would have? And how does he remember the wrong thing once he's filled with remorse? We apply his life and mistakes to our own, and are reminded what we need to remember when God's law fills us with remorse over our sins! 
  • Mar 27, 20222 Lost Sons, and a Reckless Father
    Mar 27, 2022
    2 Lost Sons, and a Reckless Father
    Series: Crushed
    We usually call one of Jesus' most famous parables, "The Parable of the Prodigal Son." But what does prodigal even mean? And is the younger, "prodigal" son in this parable really the main character Jesus wants us to focus on? See why Pastor Troy suggests a different title-- The Parable of 2 Lost Sons, and a Reckless Father! 
  • Mar 23, 2022The Semblance of Legality
    Mar 23, 2022
    The Semblance of Legality
  • Mar 20, 2022History Lessons
    Mar 20, 2022
    History Lessons
    Series: Crushed
    What is God's purpose in telling us history lessons from our spiritual forefathers? He wants us to learn from them, and use them as a warning against having a sense of false security, which leaves us on unstable ground! In love, God encourages us to not make the same mistakes they made, and instead find our true security in his faithful presence! 
  • Mar 13, 2022Our Perfect Substitute
    Mar 13, 2022
    Our Perfect Substitute
    Series: Crushed
    Wouldn't it be great to always have a better substitute who could do everything for you, in your place? That depends on who that substitute might be! But Jesus is our perfect substitute for two reasons-- watch Pastor Troy's sermon to find out what they are! 
  • Mar 9, 2022“They Bound Him”
    Mar 9, 2022
    “They Bound Him”
    Three simple words: "They bound him." But as simple as the words might be, they're incredibly profound for our salvation! Listen to Pastor Phil's sermon to find out why!