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    • Seated and Leading

    • Date: May 13, 2018
    • Speaker: Jaron Scott
    • Jesus is seated in heaven, but he’s also on the ground, leading his church in our mission. In this talk, Jaron makes the case that Jesus is actively leading the church today and tells two stories from the book of Acts about how Jesus built the church up and out after his return to heaven. 

    • Seated and Reigning

    • Date: May 6, 2018
    • Speaker: Jaron Scott
    • Acts 2:36
    • God made Jesus Lord, not as the result of the democracy of many but the sovereignty of one. As Lord, Jesus has authority in heaven and on earth, authority over the living and the dead, and authority over every other power and principality. How should those who call Jesus Lord respond to his authority?

    • Seated and Interceding

    • Date: Apr 29, 2018
    • Speaker: Tim Chambers
    • Hebrews 8:1
    • From his position, seated at his Father’s right hand, Jesus is serving as our High Priest. He is acting and speaking as our mediator. He is the perfect one for this job. No other person – human or divine – has this role. Jesus intercedes. He prays for us. How might we respond?

    • Seated and Resting

    • Date: Apr 22, 2018
    • Speaker: Jaron Scott
    • When Jesus finished his work on earth he sat down at his Father's right hand. So what's he doing there now? Jaron opens this teaching series by reminding us that because of the sufficiency of His sacrifice, one thing Jesus is doing is resting.  

    • Children and the Kingdom

    • Date: Apr 15, 2018
    • Speaker: Jaron Scott
    • Matthew 18
    • In Matthew 18, Jesus begins an unexpected conversation on children. He communicates God's heart for children, and His desire for all of His followers to exemplify that same heart by raising the status and value of children. One way that we can do this is by making in intentional effort to help children know and love God.

    • My Resurrection

    • Date: Apr 1, 2018
    • Speaker: Tim Chambers
    • John 20:1-20
    • Tim briefly makes the case that the resurrection of Jesus is real history. Then he talks about how the resurrection of Jesus became his own resurrection in the past, in the present, and in the future.