authority

Messages about authority

07/17

Brass Tacks

Speaker: Brian Martin
Topics: authority, holiness, Life

The enemy’s mission is clear-steal, kill, and destroy. Likewise, the mission of Jesus is clear-to bring life with abundance! When does abundant life begin? To whom does it apply? By what authority is such a declaration? In a world that has devalued life and stripped the Word of authority, consider afresh the brass tacks of God to such questions.  Text: John 10:10; Psalm 139

04/24

Why Jesus is the Superior Savior – 2nd Service-Baptism

Speaker: Al Stoltzfus
Topics: authority, Baptism, Faithfulness, Power

What is the significance of Jesus baptism? In three vital scenes from Jesus life, starting with his baptism, we discover Jesus has the power, authority, and faithfulness to restore life as God intended. Jesus is the superior Savior because he succeeded where everyone else failed.  Text: Luke 3:21-4:14

04/24

Why Jesus is the Superior Savior -1st Service-Baptism

Speaker: Al Stoltzfus
Topics: authority, Baptism, Faithfulness, Power

What is the significance of Jesus baptism? In three vital scenes from Jesus life, starting with his baptism, we discover Jesus has the power, authority, and faithfulness to restore life as God intended. Jesus is the superior Savior because he succeeded where everyone else failed.  Text: Luke 3:21-4:14

06/21/20

VBS- Sun night

Speaker:
Topics: authority

Origin: God has given us all Authority over the earth

Text: Genesis 1:1-5; 26-31

01/06/19

Says who? The authority of Scripture

Speaker: Brian Martin
Topics: Anabaptist, authority, Scripture

To honor God’s Word is one thing. Inviting the Word to speak with authority to shape everyday life is quite another. In launching this series on Anabaptist identity, we begin with a foundational faith value– the authority of Scripture.  Text: 2 Timothy 3:1-4:5

08/16/15

Absolutely Absolute

Speaker: Brian Martin
Topics: absolutes, authority, enlightenment

Though nature evidences many absolutes, absolute certainty on most anything is challenged as a culture. So…is being absolutely absolute, important or even possible? Text: John 12:44-50