Salvation

"Dying to Live" - Tim Mannin

Jesus. He changed everything about everything (Week 48) On this palm Sunday, we reflect on what it meant for Jesus to take the cross for us, what He experienced in those moments, and how it shook the world forever. In His death, there is life. In our city, in our daily life… are we dying to the things that Christ died for? (Matt. 21:1-11, 27:11-54, 7:13, John 10:10, 6:63, Romans 8:6-11)

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"Acknowledging Jesus" - Tim Mannin

Jesus. He changed everything about everything (Week 43) We are asking and praying for our community to receive an increased measure of faith. That only comes through Repentance, Transformation, and Testimonies. Are we publicly proclaiming our faith? Jesus doesn’t want to be celebrated in the temple but silently carried through the marketplace. (Luke 12:8-10, 8:42-48, Matt. 10:32-33, Acts 8:36-38, 4:18-20, Proverbs 3:5-6)

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"Why is Jesus the Only Way" - Adam Barnett

Jesus. He changed everything about everything (Week 38) This morning we welcome guest speaker Adam Barnett as he encourages us that our Christian mission must be an affair of love before it is an affair of truth. As a believer, you posses the truth, but you must earn the right to share it with the way that you love. Jesus is the “why” our souls long for. (John 14:1-11, Isaiah 53:7) 

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"The Resurrection and The Life" - Micah Kersh

Jesus. He changed everything about everything (Week 6) In the story of Lazarus, Jesus was questioned and approached in multiple ways. He met each one of these questions and needs in unique and different ways. In our life, He meets our needs with truth, love, emotion and powerful action. Everything He does is purposeful and His purpose is to reveal Himself to us. (John 11:1-44)

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"The Kingdom" - Tim Mannin

Jesus. He Changed Everything About Everything (Week 1) We begin a new series on Jesus, who He was, and how He changed everything. The Jewish people of that day were looking for an earthly king to rule and reign, but Jesus came and changed everything, including their perspective. What is our current perspective, who do we trust, who rules our life, and who do we worship? (Mark 1:15, 1 Sam. 8, John 17 & 19)

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"Blessed" - Tim Mannin

Ephesians (Week 2) In the early part of Paul's letter to the Ephesians, he wrote a 220 word doctrinal rant about what God has done for us, and what it means to be blessed. The biblical claim of the gospel is that we live from the blessing, not for the blessing. We remind ourselves of each of these truths and blessings this morning and re-shape the narrative of what it means to be blessed. (Eph. 3:1-14, Jer. 29:11)

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"Tunnels and Theaters" - Kaleb Kinney

Ephesians (Week 1) In the first week of our series on Ephesians, we examine the history behind the city of Ephesus and their incredible transformation to Christianity. The gospel of Jesus is a story of revolution that flips cities upside down. It has the power to change everything and everyone. We must not shrink the story of Jesus down, but shout it out in the theaters of our influence and life. (Eph 1:1-3, Acts 19:23-41, 20:1)

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