Healthy Kingdom Family | week 7 | …Christ’s Ambassadors…

Sermons


October 28, 2018

“Now all things are of God, who has reconciled us to Himself through Jesus Christ, and has given us the ministry of reconciliation, that is, that God was in Christ reconciling the world to Himself, not imputing their trespasses to them, and has committed to us the word of reconciliation.”
– 2 Corinthians 5.18-20 (NKJV)

Family is a gift from our loving and good heavenly Father. Family is His design for the church as well as society in general. Healthy families impart LIFE; providing a deep sense of acceptance and belonging as we grow into the men and women, husbands and wives, fathers and mothers we were always meant to be. And yet, some of the deepest wounds and hurts in our lives come from brokenness in families, both in the home and church. What might it look like for us to build healthy kingdom family that not only nurtures and grows, but also heals and restores?

This week Kris will be continuing our fall series, “Healthy Kingdom Family”, discussing what it looks like to represent Christ in the context of family. This Sunday morning’s teaching, “Christ’s Ambassadors”, will provide the context for our small group discussion and ministry during the upcoming week.

Healthy Kingdom Family | week 6 | …the younger brother

Sermons


October 21, 2018

And (Jesus) said, “A man had two sons. The younger of them said to his father, ‘Father, give me the share of the estate that falls to me.’ So he divided his wealth between them…”
– Luke 15.11,12 (NASB)

Family is a gift from our loving and good heavenly Father. Family is His design for the church as well as society in general. Healthy families impart LIFE; providing a deep sense of acceptance and belonging as we grow into the men and women, husbands and wives, fathers and mothers we were always meant to be. And yet, some of the deepest wounds and hurts in our lives come from brokenness in families, both in the home and church. What might it look like for us to build healthy kingdom family that not only nurtures and grows, but also heals and restores?

This week Kevan will be continuing our new fall series, “Healthy Kingdom Family”, using Luke 15 as a base text. This Sunday morning’s teaching, “the younger brother”, will provide the context for our small group discussion and ministry throughout the week. Don’t miss it…

Healthy Kingdom Family | week 5 | …the elder brother

Sermons

October 14, 2018

And (Jesus) said, “A man had two sons. The younger of them said to his father, ‘Father, give me the share of the estate that falls to me.’ So he divided his wealth between them…”
– Luke 15.11,12 (NASB)

Family is a gift from our loving and good heavenly Father. Family is His design for the church as well as society in general. Healthy families impart LIFE; providing a deep sense of acceptance and belonging as we grow into the men and women, husbands and wives, fathers and mothers we were always meant to be. And yet, some of the deepest wounds and hurts in our lives come from brokenness in families, both in the home and church. What might it look like for us to build healthy kingdom family that not only nurtures and grows, but also heals and restores?

Over the next 3 weeks, Kevan will be continuing our new fall series, “Healthy Kingdom Family”, using Luke 15 as a base text. This Sunday morning’s teaching, “the elder brother”, will provide the context for our small group discussion and ministry throughout the week. Don’t miss it…

Healthy Kingdom Family | week 4 | defining expectations

Sermons

October 7, 2018
And (Jesus) said, “A man had two sons. The younger of them said to his father, ‘Father, give me the share of the estate that falls to me.’ So he divided his wealth between them…”
– Luke 15.11,12 (NASB)

Family is a gift from our loving and good heavenly Father. Family is His design for the church as well as society in general. Healthy families impart LIFE; providing a deep sense of acceptance and belonging as we grow into the men and women, husbands and wives, fathers and mothers we were always meant to be. And yet, some of the deepest wounds and hurts in our lives come from brokenness in families, both in the home and church. What might it look like for us to build healthy kingdom family that not only nurtures and grows, but also heals and restores?

Over the next 3 weeks, Kevan will be continuing our new fall series, “Healthy Kingdom Family”, using Luke 15 as a base text. This Sunday morning teaching will provide the context for our small group discussion and ministry throughout the week. Don’t miss it…