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“One Thing is Missing”, by Pastor Brad Kahler

January 19, 2020

“Continuing our series entitled “One Thing”, Pastor Brad Kahler uses the story of the rich young ruler in Luke 18 to challenge us to search our hearts for what we hold as treasure. Even though the rich young ruler did everything right, one thing was missing, and Jesus pointed this out to him. Not only must we see that the Lord is the one thing we seek, we also need to recognize that our hearts are the treasure that God seeks.”

“Deeper than My Past” by Pastor Brad Kahler

January 12, 2020 | Pastor Brad Kahler | From the series: One Thing

Continuing our new series, “One Thing”, Pastor Brad Kahler taught this week on the one thing we are: children of God. God wants to restore us to the extravagance of our relationship with him, but to do that we must forget the past and fasten our hearts to the future. This important truth sets us free from all other names and labels we have carried. We are one thing: children of God.

“Deeper than Details” (Part 1) , by Pastor Brad Kahler

January 5, 2020 | Pastor Brad Kahler | From the series: One Thing

In this first part of our new series entitled “One Thing,” Pastor Brad Kahler encourages us to reflect on the responses of Martha and Mary to a visitation from Jesus. These responses need to be free of distractions, even details that one might perceive to be “good” on the surface. Jesus is not interested in being “hosted” by our hearts. He wants to take up residence in our hearts. This message is in two parts. This is the first part.

“Deeper than Details” (Part 2), by Pastor Brad Kahler

| Pastor Brad Kahler | From the series: One Thing

In this first sermon from our new series entitled “One Thing,” Pastor Brad Kahler encourages us to reflect on the responses of Martha and Mary to a visitation from Jesus. Our responses need to be free of distractions, even details that one might perceive to be “good” on the surface. Jesus does not want to be “hosted” by our hearts. He wants to have residence in our hearts. This message is in two parts. This is the second part.

“The Last One” by Pastor Bruce Plummer

December 29, 2019 | Pastor Bruce Plummer

This is the last Sunday message of 2019 and we look briefly at the past but concentrate on the future. There are some important constants that need to remain commitments for us, if we’re to keep growing in a new season.

“Now in Flesh Appearing,” by Pastor Brad Kahler

December 22, 2019 | Pastor Brad Kahler | From the series: Repeat The Sounding Joy

The final sermon in our series called “Repeat the Sounding Joy”, Pastor Brad Kahler emphasizes how much God desires for us to now him more. The essential message of Christmas is that God wants to be known and that Jesus came to earth to be the visible proof of the invisible God.

“Thrill of Hope”, by Pastor Brad Kahler

December 16, 2019 | Pastor Brad Kahler | From the series: Repeat The Sounding Joy

In this sermon, Pastor Brad Kahler unpacks the truths found in the traditional Christmas song, “Oh Holy Night.”

“Mary Did You Know”, by Elijah Ball

December 8, 2019 | Elijah Ball | From the series: Repeat The Sounding Joy

This weekend Elijah Ball talked about Mary in our “Repeat The Sounding Joy” series and how Mary was able to stand in her faith and deliver Jesus because she knew the promises of God. What has God promised you? Remember that whatever roadblock is in the way this week, God’s promises are more powerful and you can have the faith to stand. Let us know how we can be praying for you!

“Oh Come, Oh Come Emmanuel”, (Part 1) by Pastor Bruce Plummer

December 2, 2019 | Pastor Bruce Plummer | From the series: Repeat The Sounding Joy

Today we begin a series of messages called “Repeat the Sounding Joy!” We’ll be taking note of one special Christmas carol each week and find the Biblical truth there that we can apply to our lives right now. This week we go deeper with “O Come, O Come Emmanuel” and discover one very relevant aspect of God’s nature!

“Oh Come, Oh Come, Emmanuel”, (part 2) by Pastor Bruce Plummer

December 1, 2019

Today we begin a series of messages called “Repeat the Sounding Joy!” We’ll be taking note of one special Christmas carol each week and find the Biblical truth there that we can apply to our lives right now. This week we go deeper with “O Come, O Come Emmanuel” and discover one very relevant aspect of God’s nature!