This week we look to God’s freeing action in the crossing of the Red Sea. We are reminded of the impermanence and fragility of this world. We are called to learn to cling to God instead of the world.
This week we look at a foundational passage for all of Israel, the institution of the Passover meal. We learn more about the uncontrollable, all powerful God through the story of the plagues and what it means to follow such a God.
In this week’s sermon we continue to look at the life of Moses and how he encounters a radically free God through the story of the burning bush and the giving of the holy name. We celebrate God’s being and how it gives us identity as Christians.
This week we transition from Genesis to Exodus through the story of Moses’ birth. We talk about how, as Christians, we shouldn’t have allegiance with any particular political party, but be solely devoted to the Kingdom of God.
This week we continue looking at the story of Joseph as we finish are time in Genesis. We look to God’s goodness redeeming and turning what was evil for good.
Please forgive the technical difficulties as we begin to work through the story of Joseph. We look at how the weight and power of sin is bigger than any one person as well as the call to follow Christ.
This week we return to Genesis and the story of Jacob. This week focuses on Jacob’s encounter with a mysterious man whom he wrestles for a blessing. We learn about Jacob’s renaming to Israel and how that name shapes the identity of the Israelites.
“The Seed of the Kingdom”- This week we look at what the Kingdom of God is and how it comes about through the power of the Holy Spirit.
This week we do a recap of what we have been learning so far in the book of Genesis and look at the story of Jacob’s ladder as God appears in an in-between place.
This week we learn of the relatively lighthearted love story of Isaac and Rebekah. Still, God shows God’s radical provision in providing a way forward that is different in better than any we could think of.