Sometimes life makes us wait. What is God’s purpose in our waiting? And how are we to wait? We explore these questions as we unpack Luke 2:22–38 during the first week of Advent.
NOTE: There were some serious microphone issues resulting in sharp static noises in the recording. We’ve done what we could to remove those in the final file. Download the weekly Bible Study that goes with this sermon.
Jesus invites us to thrive by being devoted to His Word. Note: Due to technical difficulties the recording skipped the introduction and picks up while Nate is reading Mark 6:30–44. This is the first sermon in a 4-week mini-series called “Only Jesus” which examines aspects of who Jesus is and how that should affect us […]
The ministry of Paul, Titus, and their friends compels us to step into messy situations, speak the gospel, and experience joy as we see God work. Download the weekly Bible Study that goes with this sermon.
In our first week in Titus 3:1–11, we see that God calls us to live free from sin because He has made us heirs of a better kingdom. Download the weekly Bible Study that goes with this sermon.
We should see Jesus reflected in the godliness of worthy leaders … and then we should follow them! Download the weekly Bible Study that goes with this sermon.
As believers we are called to live secure in God’s grace, to display Jesus by our good works, and to hope in the glory of God. That is Paul’s model for local-church ministry. Summary of Titus (video): https://thebibleproject.com/explore/titus/ Model of local-church ministry as seen in Titus
This is a shorter message to allow for more time in worship. We considered three questions: (1) Why do we sing? (2) What do we sing? (3) How do we sing?
Prayer produces deep intimacy with Jesus when we use it to prioritize God’s will and prize God’s grace.
You are called to joyfully and radically love others because the God of Love lives within you!
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