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    April 14, 2019
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    Psalms 2:1-12
    Speaker: Lukus Counterman - Palm Sunday is a time when we remember Jesus entering Jerusalem on a donkey beginning what is known as Passion Week. As they laid palm branches on the road, the crowds were shouting “Hosanna...

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Sun, Sep 30, 2018
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35 mins 6 secs
Speaker: Josh MacAvoy - We have all heard it said, "familiarity breeds contempt." Our days are filled with tasks and habits so familiar, that we can almost perform them mindlessly. Of all the routines ion each week, our worship and response to God should never be take for granted or treated with contempt. This Sunday, we will look at Psalm 95, where God's people are exhorted to respond to God in anything but a routine fashion. Psalm 95 guides us along through exuberant praise, reverent contemplation, and a very timely warning regarding our response to God's word. In preparation, you can prayerfully consider Psalm 95 and Hebrews 3:7-4:13.
Open House
Sun, Sep 23, 2018
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40 mins 12 secs
Speaker: Lukus Counterman - When you say that something matters, that it is important, then all of a sudden people have an expectation of what that should look like. If someone said lawn care was important, you would expect an immaculate green, golf course like front yard. If someone said fitness was important, you would expect particular eating and exercise habits. If someone claimed that organization was important to them, you would expect their desk to be neat and clean. So if someone says the church is important to them, what should that look like in the outworking of their life? My friends the church matters and that should show by how we live. May the Lord help us to value the importance of his church.
The Church Inside Out
Sun, Sep 23, 2018
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39 mins 12 secs
Speaker: Lukus Counterman -
Open House
Sun, Sep 16, 2018
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44 mins 41 secs
Speaker: Lukus Counterman - 1 Peter 5:5 says, y"God opposes the proud, but gives grace to the humble." In the account Naaman and Elisha in 2 Kings 5, we see this truth come to bear. Naaman, the pagan lager came to realize that he could not buy God's salvation, demand it by his own power, or merit it by reputation and achievements. Nothing he have (like gold and silver) and nothing he had done (like great military victories) could impress God or put him in his debt. God's salvation is offered by grace alone. His gift costs us nothing..except our pride. So, if we want God's healing, then we need humility. If we want God's salvation, then we must submit to his word. May the Lord help us to consider our need for God's grace today.
Open House
Sun, Sep 09, 2018
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50 mins 36 secs
Speaker: Will Galkin - For the next three weeks we would like to highlight three words that describe this assembly. They are Gospel, Grace, and Church. This morning we will be looking at the Gospel. The Gospel can be defined as Good News. Biblically, we know that all of mankind has broken God’s law and deserves His Just Judgment. Yet, the Good News is that Jesus Christ the eternal Son of God came to this World to take that judgment and be our Savior. Jesus Christ lived perfectly and fulfilled all righteousness. Yet, He died for sinners on the cross was buried and rose again from the dead. Through Jesus Christ’s sacrifice mankind is now able to enter in to a relationship with God. Though Christ we are able to have a life of faith.
The Church Inside Out
Sun, Sep 09, 2018
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34 mins 55 secs
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Faith Lives
Sun, Sep 02, 2018
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56 mins 31 secs
Speaker: Lukus Counterman - Ambrose, Bishop of Milan wrote to the church of Vercellae in the 4th century AD and referred to Hebrews 11 regarding faith that escapes and endures suffering. He said, "They were found most strong when thought to be most weak, and they did not shrink from the mocking's of men because they looked for heavenly rewards; they, on whom the beauty of eternal light was shining, did not dread the darkness of dungeon. Fed to the full by fasting, they did not seek to be diverted by pleasure; refreshed by the hope of eternal grace, the burning heat of summer did not parch them, nor did the cold of icy regions break their spirit; for the warm breath of devotion invigorated them; they did not fear the bonds of men, for Jesus had set them free; they did not desire to be rescued from death for they looked forward to being raised to life by Christ." May we look to Jesus and live our such faith in our day.
Faith Lives
Sun, Aug 26, 2018
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57 mins 46 secs
Speaker: Lukus Counterman - In our text this morning we see another dimension of faith. Whether it's the Israelites trapped between the Red Sea and the Egyptian army, or a woman named Rahab huddled in a little house, we learn that faith delivers. When things appear to be utterly futile or when God calls for unusual methods, we need to be people who trust him. Psalm 20:7 says, "Some trust in the chariots and some in horses, but we trust in the name of the Lord our God." At the end of the day we need to ask ourselves what we are depending on for deliverance. Will money, science, ingenuity, diligence, invention, or strength come through for us? The writer of Hebrews says, "No. Deliverance comes to those who place their faith in God." That was true 2000 years ago, and its true today. May the Lord help us to be people who live by faith.
Faith Lives
Sun, Aug 19, 2018
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49 mins 59 secs
Speaker: Jotham Manoranjan - Today we look at the example of faith from the life of Moses. Moses' story of faith begins with his parent's choice to disobey pharaoh and save their baby boy. Their choice sets in motion and extraordinary sequence of events that lead to Moses redeeming the people of Israel. Today's we will spend time studying the choices that these men and women of faith made. We will learn from their example of obedience despite the great cost involved. We also look at the endurance of faith and the saving grace of faith. It is amazing how events that played out over 4000 years ago convict our culture and age today.