More Than Conquerors

Speaker: Rodney Horst
Topics: Encouragement, Love of God, promise of God

Christ Jesus died and was raised to life. Following Easter where is he now, and what is he doing? Looking at Christ’s position in the heavenly realms. We fear suffering and trouble – but God says we are more than conquerors in all these things.  Text: Romans 8:28-39


Broken by the Resurrection

Speaker: Brian Martin
Topics: Life, Resurrection, revelation

The many titles given Jesus include “Resurrection” and “Bread of Life.” Consider the Emmaus disciples, so absorbed in news feeds they missed the One walking with them–until bread was broken by the Resurrection. Today, 2021, “He is Risen” is still Good News!  Text: Luke 24:13-35



Speaker: Dale Zimmerman
Topics: blood of Christ, Communion, deliverance, Jesus is the Lamb

Topics: Deliverance, Blood of Christ, Jesus is the Lamb of God, Communion
Description: The Passover event in Exodus directly parallels the events of Holy Week. For Christians, through the shed blood of the Lamb of God, Jesus Christ, we have deliverance from our sins. His blood is on our hearts.

Text: Exodus 12:1-32



Speaker: Brian Martin
Topics: deliverance, Grace, redemption

A scarlet robe strategically placed by the harlot Rahab, brought redemption and deliverance as her household faced certain death. In Week 6 of 7 of the Hidden in Plan Sight series, consider a “type of Christ” emerging through a most unusual story.  Text: Joshua 2:1-21, 6:22-25



Speaker: Al Stoltzfus
Topics: believe, delays, deliverance, eternal life, Trust

In the wilderness, God gives His rebellious and vulnerable people a sign and a remedy. To look on the bronze serpent was to live. In the same way Jesus is the one we must believe in to live.    Text: Numbers 21:4-9; John 3:10-21



Speaker: Brian Martin
Topics: atonement, attack, Resurrection, suffering

The story of Job can be most perplexing. Yet, embedded in this narrative is a story of God. Consider the many foreshadows of Christ, as our Sufferer weaved throughout this story.  Text: Job 1:1, 22, 42:7-11