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    • The Rock of Ages

    • Date: Sep 23, 2018
    • Speaker: Tim Chambers
    • Exodus 17 & 33, Numbers 20
    • There is an eternal rock that is a firm foundation, hiding place, a source of life and refreshment. Into the cleft of this rock Moses was hidden and sheltered from the destructive heat of God’s holiness by his hand. This is the rock that was struck and from which water flowed. This rock is Christ Jesus.

    • Passover and Exodus

    • Date: Sep 16, 2018
    • Speaker: Tim Chambers
    • Tim tells the story of how the nation of Israel came to be in Egypt, how they became oppressed and enslaved there, and how God delivered them. Then we look at three passages in 1 Corinthians that tell us what that story was ultimately about and how it affects us today. 

    • Abraham’s Greatest Test

    • Date: Sep 9, 2018
    • Speaker: Tim Chambers
    • Genesis 22
    • God told Abraham to kill his son. Although the story has a happy ending, it leaves us with disturbing questions and concerns. We consider whether this story is true, why it is in the Bible, and what lessons we might learn from it. 

    • Hagar’s Story

    • Date: Sep 2, 2018
    • Speaker: Tim Chambers
    • Genesis 12, 16, 21
    • Hagar was an Egyptian servant woman. She was not particularly heroic or virtuous. She was not a major player in God's big plan to bless the world. God, however, demonstrated profound concern for her. Her story clearly teaches some wonderful truths about our God.

    • Prayers for a New Year

    • Date: Aug 26, 2018
    • Speaker: Tim Chambers
    • 2 Chronicles 6
    • We see how Solomon’s payer at the dedication of the temple can motivate and shape our prayers today. 

    • God’s Word in Community

    • Date: Aug 19, 2018
    • Speaker: Tim Chambers
    • Tim begins this talk by reminding us of our mission as a church: to love and obey Jesus, to help others love and obey Jesus, and to build and multiply communities that love and obey Jesus. Then, he talks about how reading the Bible regularly and processing it in small groups will help us carry out that mission. Lastly, Tim gives a brief overview of how Jesus read and regarded Scripture and encourages us to agree with Him.