Dec 30, 2018
Adore, Part Five: “Looking for the Savior” – Associate Pastor, Steven Redekop
Simeon and Anna put their hope in the promises of God. They looked forward with expectation to the coming of the Messiah, Jesus Christ. What are we looking forward to, even as we reflect on God's faithfulness through the past year?
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  • Dec 30, 2018Adore, Part Five: “Looking for the Savior” – Associate Pastor, Steven Redekop
    Dec 30, 2018
    Adore, Part Five: “Looking for the Savior” – Associate Pastor, Steven Redekop
    Simeon and Anna put their hope in the promises of God. They looked forward with expectation to the coming of the Messiah, Jesus Christ. What are we looking forward to, even as we reflect on God's faithfulness through the past year?
  • Dec 26, 2018Fourth Week of Advent: “A Child of God” – Pastor Brian Wiebe
    Dec 26, 2018
    Fourth Week of Advent: “A Child of God” – Pastor Brian Wiebe
    We all love the re-telling of Jesus’ birth, the baby born to Mary, laid in a manger and adored by shepherds, angels and the Magi. But they weren’t simply worshiping a baby who would become the Savior – they worshiped the baby who is Jesus, the Son of God, the Word made flesh, the Source and Sustainer of all Creation. Only faith in the Son of God can make you and me a child of God.
  • Dec 16, 2018Third Week of Advent: “God With Us” – Pastor Brian Wiebe
    Dec 16, 2018
    Third Week of Advent: “God With Us” – Pastor Brian Wiebe
    The birth of Jesus was miraculous, extraordinary, amazing! And yet, it was also simple and ordinary. Somewhere between the ordinary and the unbelievable, God made himself human, through Jesus his son. How will we receive Jesus the Savior?
  • Dec 9, 2018Second Week of Advent: “God Speaks!” – Guest Speaker: Andy Owens
    Dec 9, 2018
    Second Week of Advent: “God Speaks!” – Guest Speaker: Andy Owens
     The Magi, the mysterious eastern visitors, came to worship because God “spoke” to them in a way they could understand and respond. How is God speaking across culture today, and what gifts are these Jesus-seekers bringing in worship?
  • Dec 2, 2018First Week of Advent: “Don’t Be Afraid” – Pastor Brian Wiebe
    Dec 2, 2018
    First Week of Advent: “Don’t Be Afraid” – Pastor Brian Wiebe
    Do you have a reason to be joyful? When an angel appeared to the chilly shepherds in the field to announce the birth of Jesus, they were terrified, with no reason for joy. But they were immediately given Good News, a message of great joy for all people. God’s message of joy chases our fear away, when we act on the Good News.
  • Nov 25, 2018King Josiah: “Take Your Place”; The Wisdom of Kings – Youth Director, Janice Line
    Nov 25, 2018
    King Josiah: “Take Your Place”; The Wisdom of Kings – Youth Director, Janice Line
     
  • Nov 11, 2018Thanks.Giving. – Pastor Brian Wiebe
    Nov 11, 2018
    Thanks.Giving. – Pastor Brian Wiebe
    The season of Thanksgiving is a great time to remember and remind each other to be thankful, both for what we have and for what God has done. But do we know how to really express our thanks? What does it mean to give thanks?
  • Nov 4, 2018King Amaziah: “God Can Do More”; The Wisdom of Kings – Associate Pastor, Steven Redekop
    Nov 4, 2018
    King Amaziah: “God Can Do More”; The Wisdom of Kings – Associate Pastor, Steven Redekop
    Amaziah was a king of compromise, with a heart that was divided in his commitment to God. When he tried to lead by getting by with just partial obedience to God, Amaziah opened himself up to the dangers of pride and the wrong kind of wisdom. Amaziah’s demise serves as a reminder to surrender every corner of our heart to God – to fully trust God! What area of your heart is God still asking you to surrender?
  • Oct 28, 2018King Jehoshaphat: “Taking Shortcuts”; The Wisdom of Kings” – Pastor Brian Wiebe
    Oct 28, 2018
    King Jehoshaphat: “Taking Shortcuts”; The Wisdom of Kings” – Pastor Brian Wiebe
    Jehoshaphat was a good king, all the way through. But he wasn’t perfect, and got himself in trouble by using ungodly partnerships to shortcut his way to what God already had in store for him. Jehoshaphat reminds us to seek God in God’s way to receive God’s blessing.
  • Oct 14, 2018King Rehoboam: “Paying the Price of Worship”; The Wisdom of Kings – Pastor Brian Wiebe
    Oct 14, 2018
    King Rehoboam: “Paying the Price of Worship”; The Wisdom of Kings – Pastor Brian Wiebe
    The Kingdom of Israel divided under Solomon’s son, Rehoboam, into the northern and southern kingdoms. But Solomon had just finished building the temple! Would the citizens of the north continue to worship at the temple in Jerusalem? Would that even be possible? Would it be okay to worship idols closer to home instead?