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Dan Mitchum - November 27, 2022

Jesus is the light of the world. But did you know He calls us the light of the world [Matt. 5:14-16]? When we receive the light of Christ, our whole lives become illuminated by Him. And the light that radiates from us must not be hidden. This Sunday is the first Sunday of Advent. We’ll celebrate the miracle of salvation in Christ. And we’ll learn how to carry out the ministry He has for each of us to do. 

Jesus is the light of the world. But did you know He calls us the light of the world [Matt. 5:14-16]? When we receive the light of Christ, our whole lives become illuminated by Him. And the light that radiates from us must not be hidden. This Sunday is the first Sunday of Advent. We’ll celebrate the miracle of salvation in Christ. And we’ll learn how to carry out the ministry He has for each of us to do. 

Marc Swenson - August 14, 2022

Season of Awakening

This week, we begin a new series in the Book of Psalms called Seasons of the Soul. The Psalms are beloved by so many people because they are relatable. Each of us resonates with the praise and thanksgiving of a grateful heart, the brokenness of a pierced soul, the anguish of feeling abandoned, or the joy of closeness with God. The Christian life is not static but through each season of our lives we are held in the hand of a loving God. C.S Lewis called Psalm 19 “The greatest poem in the Psalter and one of the greatest lyrics in the world.” Join us Sunday as we discover three doors to deeper intimacy with our Heavenly Father by studying this wonderful Psalm.

Scripture References: Psalms 19:1-14

From Series: "Seasons of the Soul"

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Marc Swenson - August 14, 2022

Season of Awakening

This week, we begin a new series in the Book of Psalms called Seasons of the Soul. The Psalms are beloved by so many people because they are relatable. Each of us resonates with the praise and thanksgiving of a grateful heart, the brokenness of a pierced soul, the anguish of feeling abandoned, or the joy of closeness with God. The Christian life is not static but through each season of our lives we are held in the hand of a loving God. C.S Lewis called Psalm 19 “The greatest poem in the Psalter and one of the greatest lyrics in the world.” Join us Sunday as we discover three doors to deeper intimacy with our Heavenly Father by studying this wonderful Psalm.

Scripture References: Psalms 19:1-14

From Series: "Seasons of the Soul"

Study Notes     Bulletin

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