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You Are the Christ – Christmas 2020

You Are the Christ – Christmas 2020

 

About the Series

In Mark 8, the Apostle Peter correctly identifies Jesus with the famous words, “You are the Christ” (8:29). Peter believed Jesus was the Christ promised in the Old Testament Scriptures. But Peter did not fully understand the mission of the Messiah, who would come to suffer for his people. In this short series, we draw from Old Testament Scriptures to explore the fullness of that confession, a confession on which the church of the Lord Jesus is built.

Week 1 – 12.06.20

Jesus, Son of the Woman

Text: Genesis 3:15 • Hebrews 2:5-18 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 2 – 12.13.20

Jesus, Son of Man

Text: Mark 8:27-31 • Daniel 7:1-14 – Speaker: Abe Stratton

Week 3 – 12.20.20

Jesus, Son of God

Text: Isaiah 63:15-64:4 – Speaker: Dan Cruver

Week 4 – 12.27.20

Jesus, Suffering Servant

Text: Isaiah 52:13-53:12 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Sermon Archive

Heritage has been sustained and shaped by the preaching of the Word over many years. Searchable access to many of these sermons is available at sermonaudio.com.

The Path: Following Jesus in Mark’s Gospel

The Path: Following Jesus in Mark’s Gospel

 

About the Series

Mark began his gospel with the words of the prophets, who told of a day when the Lord would come to his temple, and when he would deliver his people from sin. He also composed his gospel with a deliberate geographical movement from Galilee to Jerusalem. Why did he do that? To show us that the Lord’s path leads to his enthronement on a cross. But there is a second reason: to show us our path. The path of discipleship— the path of those who would follow Jesus—has a cross in it as well. Our fates are bound up with his. Thankfully, this path does not end with suffering, but with resurrection and life. This is a book written about discipleship for disciples like us.

Week 1 – 3.29.20

A New Beginning

Text: MARK 1:1-15 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 2 – 4.05.20

Jesus’ Questionable Authority

Text: MARK 1:16-2:12 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 3 – 4.19.20

Jesus’ Concerning Behavior

Text: MARK 2:13-3:6 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 4 – 4.26.20

Jesus Creates a Family

Text: MARK 3:7-35 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 5 – 5.03.20

The Sower and the Sifter

Text: MARK 4:1-20 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 6 – 5.10.20

Hearing the Hidden Kingdom

Text: MARK 4:21-34 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 7 – 5.17.20

Jesus Stills (and Stirs) the Storm

Text: MARK 4:35-41 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 8 – 5.24.20

Jesus Breaks On Through to the Other Side

Text: MARK 5:1-20 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 9 – 5.31.20

“Talitha Cumi”

Text: MARK 5:21-43 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 10 – 6.07.20

Hometown Scandal

Text: MARK 6:1-6 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 11 – 6.14.20

The Cost of Disciple Making

Text: MARK 6:7-30 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 12 – 6.21.20

Twelve Baskets Full

Text: MARK 6:31-44 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 13 – 6.28.20

“Take heart, it is I”

Text: MARK 6:45-56 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 14 – 8.02.20

Worship and the Word

Text: MARK 7:1-23 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 15 – 8.09.20

Jesus, The Hiding Healer

Text: MARK 7:24-37 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 16 – 8.16.20

He Makes Bread and Heals Blindness

Text: MARK 8:1-26 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 17 – 8.23.20

“Who do you say that I am?”

Text: MARK 8:27-9:1 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 18 – 8.30.20

The Transfiguration: Seeing Only Jesus

Text: MARK 9:2-13 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 19 – 9.06.20

The Transfiguration: Seeing Only Jesus

Text: MARK 9:14-29 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 20 – 9.13.20

Jesus Schools His Disciples 

Text: MARK 9:30-50 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 21 – 9.27.20

The Re-Genesis of Marriage

Text: MARK 10:1-16 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 22 – 10.04.20

What’s Wrong with Having Nice Things?

Text: MARK 10:17-31 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 23 – 10.11.20

Alliances, Power Grabs, and a Better Way

Text: MARK 10:32-52 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 24 – 10.18.20

Heaven’s King is Here

Text: MARK 11:1-11 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 25 – 10.25.20

Our Table Turning, Cursing, Temple Closing, Hell Raising Savior

Text: MARK 11:12-25 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 26 – 11.15.20

Loving Authority

Text: MARK 11:27-12:12 – Speaker: Dan Cruver

Week 27 – 01.10.21

Jesus Talks Politics

Text: MARK 12:13-17 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 28 – 01.17.21

The Things that Are Caesar’s

Text: MARK 12:17a – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Sermon Archive

Heritage has been sustained and shaped by the preaching of the Word over many years. Searchable access to many of these sermons is available at sermonaudio.com.

The Sign of Baptism

The Sign of Baptism

 

About the Series

What does baptism picture? What does baptism do? Who should be baptized? Who actually does the baptizing? Here is a set of sermons for an introduction to baptism, the sign of the new covenant in Christ. The act of baptism doesn’t save a person from their sin. As a covenant sign, however, it signifies the saving reality that Christ has brought, and in particular how that salvation comes to us: through union with Christ in his death, where we have died to sin, and in his resurrection, where we have been raised to new life. As an initiation rite, it also identifies a person with the church. It’s the way the individual and the church say together, “this person belongs to Jesus Christ.”

Week 1 – 1.14.18

Baptism: A Sign of Entry into Jesus’ Kingdom

Text: Matthew 28:16-20 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 2 – 4.8.18

Baptism: A Sign of Death and New Life with Christ

Text: Romans 6:1-14 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 3 – 8.26.18

Baptism: A Sign of God’s Sovereign Work

Text: Acts 16:6-15 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 4 – 9.01.19

Baptism: A Sign of Danger

Text: MATTHEW 16:24-25 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 5 – 11.22.20

Baptism: A Sign of the New Covenant

Text: Jeremiah 31:31-34 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 6 – 11.29.20

Baptism: A Sign of Addition

Text: Acts 2:41 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Sermon Archive

Heritage has been sustained and shaped by the preaching of the Word over many years. Searchable access to many of these sermons is available at sermonaudio.com.