Sermons

    Have you ever asked the question - WHY?

    We live in a world filled with tragedy. Some exist on a grand scale like war or famine. But others are devastatingly personal: the loss of a loved one, sickness, & pain. Why do these things happen? Better yet why do they happen to YOU. Have you ever wanted to ask God - WHY?

    Meet Habakkuk. He lived in a time of national tragedy. He looked at his nation and asked, why. In fact he asked it directly to God. And God answered.

    Come hear their conversation. And maybe God will answer your why question too.
    It was just a week. But it changed the course of all of human history. On Sunday the crowds yelled for him to become king. But by Friday they were screaming for his execution. What happened? Do you know the back-story? Why does it matter?

    We will Journey to the Cross to discover this incredible story and how it changes everything.
    Examine the seven sayings of Christ and considers His cross-work, where He defeated Satan, sin, and death through His resurrection.
    God's perfect work through imperfect people.
    Advent is a season of anticipation. We wait for family. We wait for presents. We wait for the celebration. We wait for the day. With each passing day the anticipation builds. But what if never came? What if like cursed Narnia, it was always winter but never Christmas? If that level an anxious anticipation pains you, you are starting to understand Advent. Because Advent is a season pointing us back to entry of One person. One for which the world was pregnant for millennium, Jesus Christ. 
     
    Will you come wait and celebrate with us this Advent season. Each Sunday in December we will sing, read scripture, light the Advent wreath, and examine these important hope we share.
    Do you have hope? Not just a wish or a dream but real, ongoing, life-changing hope. This world is filled with difficulties and disappointments on both a personal and global level. Discover the source of true hope as we go through "The Dawning of Indestructible Joy" by John Piper.
    Understanding God's Wrath and Grace
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