Sep 2, 2018
JOHN: THAT YOU MAY BELIEVE | PEACE AMID TRIBULATION
In this message, we shall consider Jesus’ words of warning and encouragement at the close of His final discourse in John 16:25-33. We shall seek to observe how Christians may enjoy Christ, who is the all-satisfying, joy-inducing, peace-bringing world-conqueror. We shall seek to learn how Christians may enjoy peace in Christ amid the tribulation of this world."JOHN: THAT YOU MAY BELIEVE | PEACE AMID TRIBULATION".
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  • Sep 2, 2018JOHN: THAT YOU MAY BELIEVE | PEACE AMID TRIBULATION
    Sep 2, 2018
    JOHN: THAT YOU MAY BELIEVE | PEACE AMID TRIBULATION
    In this message, we shall consider Jesus’ words of warning and encouragement at the close of His final discourse in John 16:25-33. We shall seek to observe how Christians may enjoy Christ, who is the all-satisfying, joy-inducing, peace-bringing world-conqueror. We shall seek to learn how Christians may enjoy peace in Christ amid the tribulation of this world."JOHN: THAT YOU MAY BELIEVE | PEACE AMID TRIBULATION".
  • Aug 26, 2018JOHN: THAT YOU MAY BELIEVE | EXAMINATION & REMEMBRANCE (PART 1)
    Aug 26, 2018
    JOHN: THAT YOU MAY BELIEVE | EXAMINATION & REMEMBRANCE (PART 1)
    The Lord’s Supper is a communal act, whereby Christians memorialize God’s covenant with sinners in Christ and together reaffirm their membership in it. In this two-part message series, we shall consider the rebukes and commands in 1 Corinthians 11:23-29 to better understand what it means and what it should look like for Christians to partake of the Lord’s Supper. We both examine and remember, and we do both of these with our eyes upon Christ in His glory as Savior and Lord. "JOHN: THAT YOU MAY BELIEVE | EXAMINATION & REMEMBRANCE (PART 1)".
  • Aug 6, 2017COMMUNION SUNDAY: BAPTIST DISTINCTIVES |PROCLAIMING THE LORD’S DEATH UNTIL HE COMES
    Aug 6, 2017
    COMMUNION SUNDAY: BAPTIST DISTINCTIVES |PROCLAIMING THE LORD’S DEATH UNTIL HE COMES
    Suffering and death are common to life on earth, but no one wants to think about them, much less experience them. No one in their right mind goes around looking to enter into suffering. And yet, this is exactly what God the Son did. God became a man with the expressed intent of suffering and dying. Furthermore, this suffering and dying Savior is what we celebrate every time we partake of the Lord’s Supper (or Communion) as a church body. In this message, we shall consider the counterintuitive nature of the Gospel and the genuine hope provided in Christ’s suffering."COMMUNION SUNDAY: BAPTIST DISTINCTIVES | PROCLAIMING THE LORD’S DEATH UNTIL HE COMES ".
  • Jun 4, 2017COMMUNION SUNDAY |REMEMBERING CHRIST
    Jun 4, 2017
    COMMUNION SUNDAY |REMEMBERING CHRIST
    For nearly 2,000 years Christians have celebrated, remembered, and proclaimed the person and work of Christ through the ordinance of Communion (or Lord’s Supper). However, many professing Christians disagree about what this ordinance means or what Christians actually do when they participate in it. In this message, we shall take a brief look at the three major views of the Lord’s Supper, noting the strengths and weaknesses where we find them. We shall also emphasize the meaning and value of remembering Christ in this special way."COMMUNION SUNDAY | REMEMBERING CHRIST ".
  • Feb 5, 2017COMMUNION SUNDAY | COMMUNION WITH ONE ANOTHER
    Feb 5, 2017
    COMMUNION SUNDAY | COMMUNION WITH ONE ANOTHER
    For nearly 2,000 years Christians have celebrated, remembered, and proclaimed the person and work of Christ through the ordinance of Communion (or Lord’s Supper). However, it may be that many Christians today are not nearly as familiar with the incredible meaning behind this essential ordinance. In this message, we shall look to a familiar passage that speaks to this subject, and we will focus our attention on the communal feature of Communion. This ordinance was always meant to evoke feelings of unity and mutuality, and we pray for God to form us accordingly.