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An Anchor for The Soul

An Anchor for The Soul

 

About the Series

“I appeal to you, brothers, bear with my word of exhortation, for I have written to you briefly” (13:22). That’s how the author of the book of Hebrews ends his letter. While the book of Hebrews is famous for its exposition of the Old Testament in light of Christ, showing Christ to be our great high priest, all of that teaching is for an urgent exhortation: do not fall away. Or, as he put it in 2:1 , “Therefore we must pay much closer attention to what we have heard, lest we drift away from it.” Jesus is an anchor for our souls. He is anchored in heaven and his work is perfectly fitted to keep us in the midst of every trial and temptation.

Week 1 – 9.04.22

Radiance

Text: Hebrews 1:1-4 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 2 – 9.11.22

Enthroned

Text: Hebrews 1:5-14 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 3 – 9.18.22

Warning: Do Not Drift Away

Text: Hebrews 2:1-4 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 4 – 9.25.22

Crowned

Text: Hebrews 2:5-9 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 5 – 10.02.22

Listening to Hebrews

Text: The Book of Hebrews – Speaker: Abe Stratton

Sermon Archive

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Battling the Prodigal’s Suspicion

Battling the Prodigal’s Suspicion

 

About the Series

When the prodigal son decided to return to his father in Luke 15, Jesus highlights the fact that the son was suspicious that his father still loved him as a father (v. 19). In his book Children of the Living God, Sinclair Ferguson argues that Luke 15 teaches us that “the reality of the love of God for us is often the last thing in the world to dawn upon us” (27). Dan Cruver helps us consider how Paul’s letter to the Ephesians addresses this very problem in this two-part series from Ephesians 6:23, Battling the Prodigal’s Suspicion: Resting in the Assurance of the Father’s Love.

6.5.22

Why So Suspicious?

Text: Ephesians 6:23 – Speaker: Dan Cruver

Sermon Archive

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Leviticus

Leviticus

 

About the Series

Life. That’s not what typically comes to mind for modern readers of Leviticus. This is that book filled with animal sacrifices. Life with God might sound even more out of touch. The many laws in this book may give us the impression that the Lord intends to keep his distance. Yet Leviticus is not about distance but nearness. The story of Exodus closed out with a problem: the Lord came to his tabernacle but Moses could not enter. How then can any of us get back to Eden? In Leviticus, the Lord answers that question. Yet the tabernacle and its laws are not the end of the story, but a shadow. Together they are a model of the entire cosmos, God’s heavenly dwelling, and the way to fullness of life with God.

3.13.22

Welcome to the Tent of Meeting

Text: Leviticus 1:1, 2 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

3.20.22

Offerings for the Lord

Text: Leviticus 1:3-3:17 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

3.27.22

Offerings for Us

Text: Leviticus 4:1-6:7 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

4.3.22

The Priests

Text: Leviticus 8 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

4.10.22

Today the Lord Will Appear to You

Text: Leviticus 9 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

4.15.22

I Will Be Sanctified

Text: Leviticus 10 – Speaker: Jason Read

4.17.22

Cloven Feet, Carcases, and The Resurrection of Christ

Text: Leviticus 11 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

4.24.22

The Walking Dead

Text: Leviticus 12-15 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

5.1.22

The Two Goats

Text: Leviticus 16 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

5.8.22

There is Life in the Blood

Text: Leviticus 17 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

5.15.22

Holy Sexuality

Text: Leviticus 18 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

5.22.22

Holy Neighborhoods

Text: Leviticus 19 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

5.29.22

What Can We Learn from the Bible’s Shocking Judgments?

Text: Leviticus 20 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

7.3.22

God’s Plan for His Priests

Text: Leviticus 21-22 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

7.10.22

Time to Feast

Text: Leviticus 23 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

7.17.22

It’s Time to Come Home

Text: Leviticus 24 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

7.24.22

It’s Time for the Restoration of All Things

Text: Leviticus 25 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

8.7.22

Happily Ever After, If …

Text: Leviticus 26 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

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Spreading a Passion for God’s Glory

Spreading a Passion for God’s Glory

 

About the Series

Missions exists because worship doesn’t. That memorable line gets to the heart of God’s purpose in the church’s global mission, namely his own glory. In this short series, guest preacher, Andy Naselli, leads us to explore God’s supremacy in all he does and the enemy of God’s glory, the ancient serpent. When God’s motive for his glory is our motive for the nations, we will sacrifice and send, and we will give and we will go for the sake of his name.

2.20.22

God is Supreme: Why We Exist to Spread a Passion for God’s Glory

Text: Romans 11:36 – Speaker: Andy Naselli

2.27.22

The Deceitful Snake: Our Enemy Who Tries to Prevent Us from Spreading a Passion for God’s Glory

Text: Genesis 3 – Speaker: Andy Naselli

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Our of Our Lonely Exile – Christmas 2021

Our of Our Lonely Exile – Christmas 2021

 

About the Series

“O come, O come, Emmanuel and ransom captive Israel; That mourns in lonely exile here until the Son of God appear.” Lonely exile. That’s one way to describe life east of Eden. The Lord drove us out of the garden because we were intent on driving him out of our lives. There is no way back to that place, but there is a way forward. The Lord Jesus has come to ransom us from our lonely exile here. In this short series we work through the Bible’s story in five stops, working from Eden to the New Creation, from our original home to a greater home still.

Week 1 – 12.05.21

He Drove Out the Man

Text: Genesis 3 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 2 – 12.12.21

Out of the Upsidedown

Text: Genesis 11:1-9; 12:1-9 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 3 – 12.19.21

Out of Our Sin and Sadness

Text: Isaiah 52:13-53:12 – Speaker: Abe Stratton

Week 4 – 12.26.21

Out of Egypt I Called My Son

Text: Matthew 2:13-15 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Week 5 – 01.02.21

Into Our True and Final Home

Text: Revelation 21:1-8 – Speaker: Drew Hunter

Sermon Archive

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Elect Exiles: 1 Peter

Elect Exiles: 1 Peter

 

About the Series

Peter addresses his letter to “elect exiles.” That includes us today. Everything he has to say to us flows from this basic two-part descriptor. We are exiles here, reviled, spoken evil of, and persecuted, just as Christ was. Yet we are not mere exiles, but elect exiles. We are rejected here but specially chosen by God, just as Christ is God’s chosen. We have a living hope because we have a living Lord. More than this, we are born of a living Word for a new and beautiful way of life—a way of life that declares his praise so that people see and believe. We may be tempted to live a double life in order to avoid suffering, but Jesus calls us to a different kind of double life, to stand firm in grace and truth in an unfriendly time and place, and to do so for his praise and the advance of his name.

8.8.21

Some Encouraging Mail

Text: 1 Peter 1:1-2 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

8.15.21

Our Future

Text: 1 Peter 1:3-5 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

8.22.21

Our Present

Text: 1 Peter 1:6-9 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

8.29.21

Our Past

Text: 1 Peter 1:10-12 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

9.5.21

Hope-Filled Living: A Sermon on Personal Holiness

Text: 1 Peter 1:13-21 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

9.12.21

Sincere Love: A Sermon on the Heart of the Church

Text: 1 Peter 1:22-2:3 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

9.19.21

A Chosen Race

Text: 1 Peter 2:4-10 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

9.26.21

Foreign Lives

Text: 1 Peter 2:11-12 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

10.03.21

Be Good Citizens

Text: 1 Peter 2:13-17 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

10.10.21

God is at Work

Text: 1 Peter 2:18-23 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

10.17.21

A Word to the Wives

Text: 1 Peter 3:1-6 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

10.24.21

Instruction for the Husbands

Text: 1 Peter 3:7 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

10.31.21

Don’t Be Evil, Be Encouraged

Text: 1 Peter 3:8-22 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

11.07.21

Arm Yourselves

Text: 1 Peter 4:1-6 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

11.14.21

Living Together in the End Times

Text: 1 Peter 4:7-11 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

11.21.21

Fiery Trials, Faithful God

Text: 1 Peter 4:12-19 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

11.28.21

Godly Shepherds for Ungodly Times

Text: 1 Peter 5:1-5 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

01.09.22

Cast All Your Anxieties on Him

Text: 1 Peter 5:6,7 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

01.23.22

Encouragement for Exiles

Text: 1 Peter 4:19 – Speaker: Abe Stratton

02.06.22

Welcome to the Resistance

Text: 1 Peter 5:8-11 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

02.13.22

For a Tough and Tender Church

Text: 1 Peter 5:12-14 – Speaker: Trent Hunter

Sermon Archive

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