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12/09

What’s in a Name? – Week 2 – Son of the Most High

Speaker: Don Weaver
Topics: names, Son of the Most High, Trinity

We will dwell on the names of Mary, the names of Jesus and the promise of the Trinity at work in us.  Text: Luke 1: 26-38

12/02

What’s in a Name? Part 1: The Word

Speaker: Brian Martin
Topics: beginning, eternal, logos

John’s Gospel begins with a beautiful poetic declaration of Christ, ascribing Him the name “Word.” This is much more than flowery poetry to grace our Christmas cards. Consider the weight ascribed to the “Word” becoming flesh and making His dwelling among us.  Text: John 1: 1-18

11/25

Thankful to Be God’s Beloved

Speaker: J. Carl Sensenig
Topics: forgiven, Identity, restored, thanksgiving

Our identity is in Jesus Christ. We are the chosen, holy and beloved children of God, forgiven and restored. That identity (who we are) directs how we then live as followers of the Lord Jesus under the guidance of the Holy Spirit.  Text: Colossians 3:12-17

11/18

A Song of Community Gladness

Speaker: Al Stoltzfus
Topics: belonging, Christian home, community, joy, Worship

We all have within us a need to worship and a need to belong. These essential human needs find their truest expression in the structure and secure relationships of a Christ-centered home and in the community of a God-honoring, Christ-following, worshiping, and praising people. When worship shapes family life, and family life shapes worship we extend our reach for Christ.  Text: Psalm 122

11/11

Mudpies & Millstones

Speaker: Brian Martin
Topics: children, safety, value

Jesus continually re-centered his disciples by bringing a child into their midst. Consider the “mudpie and millstone” warning Jesus exhorts revealing His value of children and their safety.  Text: Matthew 18:1-14

11/04

A Song of Security

Speaker: Al Stoltzfus
Topics: discipleship, Hope, security

A look to the hills for help ends in disappointment. For all their stunning beauty and majesty, for all their quiet strength and firmness, they are in the end just hills. Faith’s vision stretches beyond the hills to the God who made the hills, the Lord of heaven and earth. In the Lord God is security and hope for the long journey of discipleship.  Text: Psalm 121