Kingdom Culture | week 2 | the value of life

Sermons


January 28, 2018

“One day as He saw the crowds gathering, Jesus went up on the mountainside and sat down. His disciples gathered around him, and he began to teach them.”
– Matthew 5.1,2 (NLT)

The Sermon on the Mount is arguably the greatest sermon ever preached. Today, nearly 2000 years later, it serves as one of the greatest expositions on the culture of the Kingdom of Heaven. In His treatise, Jesus articulates the vision, core values, and cultural lifestyle that ought to distinguish those under His dominion. As a church family, we believe that the ways in which we manifest this culture are distinct and unique.

As such, this year’s winter series will be focused on these ideas, specifically…
the Kingdom “win” and what it means to be a participator in it
the values that define Kingdom citizens and how we can specifically walk them out
the cultural lifestyle that distinguishes the King’s people from the cultures around them
This Sunday, Kevan will continue our series focusing on the values that define us as a church family and as citizens of the Kingdom of God. Don’t miss it…

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Kingdom Culture | week 1 | empowering a movement

Sermons


January 21, 2018

“One day as He saw the crowds gathering, Jesus went up on the mountainside and sat down. His disciples gathered around him, and he began to teach them.”
– Matthew 5.1,2 (NLT)

The Sermon on the Mount is arguably the greatest sermon ever preached. Today, nearly 2000 years later, it serves as one of the greatest expositions on the culture of the Kingdom of Heaven. In His treatise, Jesus articulates the vision, core values, and cultural lifestyle that ought to distinguish those under His dominion. As a church family, we believe that the ways in which we manifest this culture are distinct and unique.

As such, this year’s winter series will be focused on these ideas, specifically…
the Kingdom “win” and what it means to be a participator in it
the values that define Kingdom citizens and how we can specifically walk them out
the culture lifestyle that distinguishes the King’s people from the cultures around them
This Sunday, Kevan will kick things off focusing on why we exist as a church family and how this fits into the greater vision of the Kingdom of God. Don’t miss it…

Living Dangerously | finding comfort in the purposes of God

Sermons


January 7, 2018

In these tumultuous times, people are looking for a sense of peace and comfort. As followers of Christ our Father promises us His comfort, but like many things in His kingdom, comfort is often found in the most unlikely of places.

“O Lord, I pray, please let your ear be attentive to the prayer of your servant, and to the prayer of your servants who desire to fear your name; and let your servant prosper this day, I pray, and grant him mercy in the sight of this man.” For I was the king’s cup-bearer.
-Nehemiah 1.11 (NKJV)

Nehemiah, whose name means, “comforted by God,” was a great leader responsible for rebuilding the walls of Jerusalem and restoring the city in 444 B.C. Over the next two weeks, Chad will lead us in the exploration of Nehemiah’s life as we discover the comfort and provision available while living dangerously in the center of the purposes of God.