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Jan 8

The Local Church As God’s New Humanity

Media, Sermons, The Church: God's New Humanity, in Jesus | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

The Church: God's New Humanity, in Jesus

We begin a new eight week series, The Church: God’s New Humanity, in Jesus. The local church is far more important to the Christian life than most realize. Often, this is because we haven’t taken the time to ask the simple, but profound, question, “What is Jesus’ church?” So, we’re considering afresh the wonder that Jesus’ local church is and the great privilege it is to belong to it. These realities will serve as the foundation for the rest of our series.

Audio | Notes | Jeremiah 31:31-34
Jan 2

A Message for God’s Messengers

Media, Other Sermons | by Tim Shao

Other Sermons
The Old Testament lays the foundations of God’s story of redemption. As God’s New Testament people today, the Old Testament is our family history. Today, we will look at the prophet Jeremiah, who was one of God’s messengers in the Old Testament. We will study how God called Jeremiah, and consider how we have more in common with him than we might think.

Audio | Notes | Jeremiah 1:1-10
Jul 22

When Change is Hard

Media, Sermons, Transformed: How Jesus Changes Lives | by Pastor Craig Sturm

Transformed: How Jesus Changes Lives

We all know from our own lives and our experience of the world around us, that real, lasting change is elusive. “Transformed” is a 4-part series exploring the transforming power of God in our lives. Today, from Jeremiah 2:11-13, we explore the heart of the barriers to change in our lives, and some foundational ways to push through those barriers by the grace of God.

Audio | Notes | Jeremiah 2:11-13
Jun 12

I Will Be Their God

Major Prophets, Media, Sermons | by Pastor Adam Sinnett

Major Prophets

Today marks our second week in our series through the Major Prophets: Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel, and Daniel. Today, we consider the book of Jeremiah. His ministry took place during the darkest days of Judah’s history. He points us to the utter sinfulness of sin and the staggering reality of God’s new covenant grace, in Jesus.

Audio | Notes | Jeremiah Overview