Jesus calls his first disciples to “jump in the fire”
Jesus invites the first disciples to “Come and see”
Matthew’s account of the baptism of Jesus, undergone “in order to fulfill all righteousness.”
Celebrating Christmas, we look at the magnitude of what we proclaim with the incarnation – that God has come to be with us.
In our final week of Advent, God promises a sign that God’s word is good – a child will be born.
In this third week of Advent, we look at the promise of abundant life in desert places, and of a highway for the people of God to safely return to the place of God.
In this second week of Advent, we look at the promise of a kingdom of God so full of peace that it overcomes the strife between humanity and the wild, and we see how this kingdom comes through the righteous judgment of Christ.
This week we celebrated the first Sunday of Advent by inviting our mother church, Southeast Church of the Nazarene to join us in our service. We used the sermon to tell the story of our church. We began the process of planting the church at the beginning of Advent last year, and God has been…
Christ the King Sunday – What kind of king do we worship? (The recording starts a little late this week – read the passage before listening and you’ll be caught up!)
Jesus warns of difficult times ahead, not so that his disciples will avoid them, but so that they will be prepared to work in the midst of them.