Jul 14, 2024
Sermon: Cloaked in Power
I Kings 19: We begin a series on the prophet Elisha. This morning, we look at the origin of his ministry as the next-in-line to Elijah and how Elisha is a sign of hope in a time of despair. "Sermon: Cloaked in Power" by Pastor Ben Hulst.
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  • Jul 14, 2024Sermon: Cloaked in Power
    Jul 14, 2024
    Sermon: Cloaked in Power
    I Kings 19: We begin a series on the prophet Elisha. This morning, we look at the origin of his ministry as the next-in-line to Elijah and how Elisha is a sign of hope in a time of despair. "Sermon: Cloaked in Power" by Pastor Ben Hulst.
  • Jul 7, 2024Sermon: Surrounded with Songs of Deliverance
    Jul 7, 2024
    Sermon: Surrounded with Songs of Deliverance
    Psalm 32: As we seek relief in the Lord, may we confess to him so that we might find life covered in his grace. God will surround us with songs of deliverance that offer freedom and joy.
  • Jun 30, 2024Sermon: The Comfort of God’s Face
    Jun 30, 2024
    Sermon: The Comfort of God’s Face
    Numbers 6.22-27: The face of God is key concept in Scripture to understand. With the priestly blessing of Numbers 6, God seeks to instill within Old Testament Israel and us today a new identity in God's grace, love, and attention. These familiar words are spoken over God's people to shape us and form us according to the pattern of God. God has turned his face toward us in Christ and we can trust his gaze upon us, for it is how we come to know him and ourselves in him.
  • Jun 23, 2024Sermon: The Baptismal Life
    Jun 23, 2024
    Sermon: The Baptismal Life
    II Corinthians 3-4: As we celebrate a baptism today, some reflections on what it means to live the baptismal life - to have Jesus' death within us so that his new life may emerge in us as well. The baptismal life is a cruciform life - a life patterned by Jesus himself. It is the path to all that is true and real and good.
  • Jun 16, 2024Sermon: The Heavenward Prize
    Jun 16, 2024
    Sermon: The Heavenward Prize
    Philippians 3: The pursuit of glory is wrapped up in the pattern that Jesus brought - the cross and resurrection. To live in this pattern serves as a guiding light to the world. As Paul reflects the glory of Christ, he shines like a star in the heavens, holding forth the word of life. As other Christians live in that way, so do they. Living this way points all to the higher glory of Christ, where life is found.
  • Jun 9, 2024Sermon: Seek His Presence
    Jun 9, 2024
    Sermon: Seek His Presence
    Psalm 116: In moments of trial and struggle, our best turn is to the Lord to return to rest. He is the soother of souls, the one who guides us to hope in the midst of trial.
  • Jun 2, 2024Sermon: Shining Like Stars – Part VII
    Jun 2, 2024
    Sermon: Shining Like Stars – Part VII
    Philippians 2.12-19: Today we look at what Paul means by 'working out your salvation with fear and trembling.' We are called to remember the glory of Christ on the throne and have our focus on him with proper reverence to the holy in order to be able to live out our purpose, to shine like stars.
  • May 26, 2024Sermon: Shining Like Stars – Part VI
    May 26, 2024
    Sermon: Shining Like Stars – Part VI
    Philippians 2.12-19: We consider the idea of 'shining like stars' and what that means in the broad context of Scripture. What does it mean that shining like stars is a status filled with high purpose?
  • May 19, 2024Sermon: Shining Like Stars – Part V
    May 19, 2024
    Sermon: Shining Like Stars – Part V
    Philippians 2.12-19: By understanding Paul's playing off of Deuteronomy, we see the great confidence Paul has because of the coming of Christ. Moses had little confidence in the people, but Paul speaks of great confidence because of Christ and the coming of the Spirit. In Christ, we live in a completely different age and strength. It calls us to live confidently as we stay connected to the Word.
  • May 12, 2024Sermon: Shining Like Stars – Part IV
    May 12, 2024
    Sermon: Shining Like Stars – Part IV
    Deuteronomy 32: As we continue to explore Paul's message in Philippians 2, we look back at one of the main sources he seems to be utilizing, the ideas of Deuteronomy 32. It is fascinating what we find.