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Jesus and Me

Speaker: Don Weaver
Topics: Communion, Grace, remembering God's love, worth

There are things that hold us back from experiencing God’s love. We desire as individuals to experience communion in a fresh new way. Text: Hebrews 4:16, Psalms 34:4, Psalms 103:14, I John 1:7, Hebrews 13:5


Christ Died For Our Sins

Speaker: J. Carl Sensenig
Topics: Grace, Salvation

Jesus Christ is the Lamb of God who shed his blood for our sins. The death and resurrection of Jesus are events of long ago which speak into our lives today.  Text: 1 Corinthians 15:3-4


The Bottom Line

Speaker: Brian Martin
Topics: debt, freedom, Grace

Just as a financial balance sheet discloses a bottom line, it does one well to know our account balance with God, and the balance we may carry or owe others. Consider how the brief letter to Philemon models a healthy spiritual balance sheet.  Text:  Philemon 1-20


Shelf Life

Speaker: Brian Martin
Topics: Grace, long-suffering, patience

Might the shelf life one gives in an unchanging situation be vastly different in God’s economy? Consider the patient activity of God despite the shelf life one might assign and presume. Text: Luke 13:6-17


What Did I Do to Deserve This?

Speaker: Nevin Hurst
Topics: Grace, Judgement

Here in this passage we see the contrast between God’s righteous judgment and his wonderful grace. Text: Jeremiah 39:1-40:6


Yield….It’s more than a road sign

Speaker: Brian Martin
Topics: Grace, Salvation, unity, Yielding

As one “yields,” a dual meaning arises of both surrender and harvest. How does the example Jesus provided, position us towards a great harvest as we yield to Christ? Text: Matthew 7:13-14, Philippians 2:1-11


Love God, Live in Peace

Speaker: J. Carl Sensenig
Topics: Grace, Peace

The wisdom from God is pure and peace-loving. Purity means totally devoted to God, fully embracing the revelation of God through Jesus Christ, and receiving God’s grace. Peace-loving means obeying the words of Jesus, following his example, and forgiving others even as we ourselves have been forgiven. This message references the doctrine of peace as expressed in our Confession of Faith.  Text: James 3:13-18