Sermons Current Series
Strong Faith 5th Sunday Raised Faith in Action Stand Alone Who Is Like God? Discoveries from the Book of Micah Christmas Joys in Unexpected Places Making Disciples Like Jesus The Church Better Rejoicing in the Light Upward Philippians Grace & Truth Inside Out Haggai: First Things First Acts New Year. New Life. New You. Christmas God, Grace, Money, & Possessions Go Forward
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Eric Bryan Justin Burns Matthew Goodman John Hamilton Nate Nauman Guest Speaker Paul Spittka John Tyson Ron Van Camp, Elder
The meaning of the Old Testament prophet Micah’s name says it all: Who Is Like God? He is unique, complete and perfect in His justice, compassion, holiness, and mercy. And the reality that He saves people was then and is now our ultimate hope! God's ways and works almost 3,000 years ago in Micah’s times are still His ways and works in our times today, and times haven’t changed. Come see Him as He really is…and who He calls us to be!
In Scripture, the first Christmas was full of surprising joy, often in the places and with people you would least expect.
Here are some thoughts as we study during this series:
Jesus' mission has been passed on to us.
Its an "all of life" mission.
It is accomplished only through being with Jesus and being empowered by the Holy Spirit.
Like the disciples, we can be plagued by doubt/divided priorities.
Like Jesus, we should live a fully committed life with a vision as big as the world.