Sermons on Salvation
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As we begin our new series, Back to Sunday School, let’s revisit some familiar Old Testament stories and engage these texts with a deeper look into the appropriateness and application for our lives today. What might the Noah and the Ark reveal for our faith and discipleship? Join in as Pastor Chris explores this question.
Welcome to week one of SONGS OF SUMMER, a worship theme series for the summer that will explore a vision of “The Beloved Community” found in the Letters of John. What would it take for us as a church and a fellowship of followers of Jesus to live into vision of a community that embraces the love of God in all that we do?
Salvation is more about today than tomorrow; it is more about life than death. What are you doing with the salvation offered to you by Jesus Christ right now? As many people are considering their own mortality maybe because of a pandemic, consider God’s incredible love for you today. Key Texts: Romans 8:15-17 (CEB)
The grace of God is central to God’s nature. To experience God is to experience God’s grace. This grace is free, but it is not cheap. When we begin to follow Jesus, we respond to the grace of God that has already been offered to us. Join us as we are encouraged to consider the costly nature of God’s grace and how we should further respond to that grace. Key text: Romans 6:1-4, 10-11, 22-23 (ESV)
22 times in scripture, Jesus asked someone to Follow Him. These two words carried with them both an invitation to bring Heaven to earth and also a command to release our “fall-backs” and turn our lives over to Him completely. Listen in as Pastor Chris dives deep into what this means for our lives.