Advent 3 – Love (2017.12.17 Sermon)

December 18th, 2017 | John Chandler

Chris Morton shares about love from the life of Jesus adopted father Joseph. Subscribe to the podcast via iTunes

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Advent 2 — Joy (2017.12.10 Sermon)

December 11th, 2017 | John Chandler

Gideon Tsang, our friend and pastor of Vox Veniae, continued our Advent reflections with an invitation to live with joy. Quotes and Resources: “If I do not feel a sense of joy in God’s creation, if I forget to offer the world back to God with thankfulness, I have advanced very little upon the Way. I have not yet learnt … Read More

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Advent 1 — Mark 1:1-3 (2017.12.03 Sermon)

December 3rd, 2017 | John Chandler

John Chandler Advent, and the new Christian year, with a look at the arrival of Jesus as told by the Gospel of Mark. Quotes and Resources: “proclaiming Jesus is not a philosophical concept or the most recent speculative homiletical theory. It means that proclaiming Jesus to generate hope is grounded in this world and should have an impact on this … Read More

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Catechesis: Community Questions Bonus Round Podcast

November 30th, 2017 | John Chandler

Chris Morton and John Chandler close out our Catechesis series with another round of questions that didn’t make it into the sermon on Sunday. Questions Responded to: What is heaven/what might the kingdom of God coming look like? Did Jesus die to save us and be a sacrifice for our sin or was it something else? What is salvation? What … Read More

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Catechesis: Community Questions (2017.11.26 Sermon)

November 27th, 2017 | John Chandler

April Karli, Shane Blackshear, and John Chandler close out our eight week discussion series, “Catechesis: What the Church Has Always Believed”, by responding to questions submitted by our community. Questions Responded to: What are the essential beliefs a church should hold to be considered Christian? In what sense is the bible “inspired” by God? We often hear about how the … Read More

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Catechesis Week 8: Who is the Holy Spirit? (2017.11.20 Sermon)

November 20th, 2017 | John Chandler

April Karli continues our eight week discussion series, “Catechesis: What the Church Has Always Believed”, by asking the question: “Who is the Holy Spirit?” Quotes and Resources: “When believers live in the power of the Spirit, the evidence in their lives is supernatural. The church cannot but be different, and the world cannot help but notice.” — Francis Chan Download … Read More

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Catechesis Week 7: What happened at the cross? (2017.11.12 Sermon)

November 13th, 2017 | John Chandler

John Chandler continues our eight week discussion series, “Catechesis: What the Church Has Always Believed”, by asking the question: “What happened at the cross?” Quotes and Resources: “Ultimately, we cannot understand the full meaning of the cross of Christ. We can only stand in silence before it, acknowledge its wonder, and submit to its power. Nevertheless, we desire to understand … Read More

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Catechesis Week 6: Who is Jesus? (2017.11.05 Sermon)

November 7th, 2017 | Daniel Read

To understand Jesus is to understand this mystery of God dwelling on the earth in human form, somehow both divine and human at the same time. But to understand Jesus is to also understand how Jesus is active and present within the Trinity both before his human birth and after his resurrection.  

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Catechesis Week 5: What does it mean to be created in the image of God? (2017.10.29 Sermon)

October 30th, 2017 | John Chandler

John Chandler continues our eight week discussion series, “Catechesis: What the Church Has Always Believed”, by asking the question: “What does it mean to be created in the image of God?” Quotes and Resources: “You can safely assume you’ve created God in your own image when it turns out that God hates all the same people you do.” — Anne … Read More

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What is God’s role in creation? (Catechesis Bonus Podcast Week 4)

October 28th, 2017 | John Chandler

John Chandler continues our Catechesis discussion on “What is the role of God in creation?” with thoughts and extras that didn’t make it into the sermon.

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