Christmas is about celebrating the birth of our King but the author of Hebrews tells us that Jesus was a priest-king. Jesus was born as a priest in order to provide what we need to be saved. I hope you can join us this Christmas on our journey to Bethlehem as we learn about the Priest who was born for our salvation.
Deuteronomy - The Gospel of Moses
Deuteronomy was Jesus’s favorite book! Jesus taught from the book of Deuteronomy more than any other and he commanded all of his disciples to obey its teachings. This means Deuteronomy is for you! In this series we will discover how to apply this amazing book to our lives today and we will explore what Moses taught about the gospel.
The Psalms are impassioned praises and prayers put to music. They are frequently provocative in their descriptions of judgment and there are pleasures forevermore as they speak about our salvation. The Psalms teach us about the nature of God and ourselves.
The book of Revelation is arguably the most difficult book to understand. God gave this wonderful book to the Church so that we would read it, study it and understand the amazing truths it reveals.
This Christmas season we will continue our theme with a focus on the Kingdom. The Gospel of Matthew and Luke present Jesus as the King. We will discover the applications of this joyful truth.
Are we in the last days? Will Jesus come soon to establish his kingdom? It seems clear to many that we have come to the end of all things. In this sermon series we are going to take a journey through the Gospel of Matthew and discover what Jesus taught about the kingdom.
The First Five
What relationship does a Christian have with the Old Testament Law?
The Apostle Paul says we are no longer under the Law and at the same time he affirms that we should use it. In this series, we explore our need for the Law, our nuanced relationship with it.
The Nicene Creed is an ancient confession of faith that all Christians can affirm.We believe that the Nicene Creed is a concise statement of the core doctrines of Christianity.
The Gospel of God’s Glory
The world is in desperate need of good news. The word “gospel” means good news and that is what we are exploring in the Gospel of John. The Father wants us to see the good news of his glory. The Son invites us to eat the eternal bread and drink life giving water.
Psalms - Sing of God’s Glory
The book of Psalms is a book of pleasures forevermore. In a world filled with evil it is easy to become jaded and joyless. The book of Psalms invites you to eat and drink your fill of joy. It is a book for you to find the greatest pleasure in the universe. It is a book that invites you to partake of divine joy.