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Following Jesus, Serving Others, and Sharing God's Love

The Good Shepherd

Pastor Eric Schalk John 10

Receiving Sight

Pastor Eric John 9

Light of the World

Rev. Eric Schalk John 8

Covenant Children #1.5 Mid-Week Teaching

Teaching on communion practices of the early church, how they changed throughout the centuries, and what that means for us today.

Next: The Early Church Today – Gospel Sexuality

Dr. Branson Parler We live in a world that is confused about human sexuality. So did the early church. Today we will look especially at the commands for Gentiles regarding sexuality in Acts 15 in order to understand why, far from being restrictive, God’s ways are profoundly life-giving.

Next: The Early Church Today – The Leading of the Spirit

Dr. Branson Parler What should the church do when faced with new challenges, questions, and directions? The early church faced complicated issues and questions, but Acts 15 gives us insight into how God works to lead us continually and faithfully in the direction he has for us.

Next: The Early Church Today – Gospel Unheard

Rev. Eric Schalk This morning we will explore the further adventures of Paul and Barnabas on their first missionary journey. We’ll see that despite their preaching, the full extent of the gospel often goes unheard. As we reflect on this text, we’ll explore what it means for us to hear the gospel and live as…
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Next: The Early Church Today – Leading God’s People

Rev. Eric Schalk This morning we return to our series on Acts and focus on leadership in the church. We will explore why Paul provided elders for the church, and what church leadership looks like for us today.

Advent: Waiting for the King

Dr. Branson Parler

Advent: Waiting for Joy

Rev. Eric Schalk Today, as we continue our advent series, we will wrestle with what it means to wait for joy. We’ll explore God’s promise to Israel, in Isaiah 9, and see how they could see a reason for joy in the future. We’ll also see how we live in a time where we have…
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