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    • Why Are We Here?

    • Date: Jan 7, 2018
    • Speaker: Tim Chambers
    • Why do we exist? What is our purpose? The Bible’s answers to these questions are very encouraging!

    • Resolutions

    • Date: Dec 31, 2017
    • Speaker: Tim Chambers
    • We consider some of the benefits and limitations of resolutions. And look at some historical examples. Then we study the remarkable resolution of Jesus, look at its benefits to us, and examine the possibility of our participation in Jesus’ resolve.

    • God Has Promised a Greater Gift, Part 2

    • Date: Dec 24, 2017
    • Speaker: Jaron Scott
    • Luke 2
    • In Luke 2, the promised gift arrives in the form of a son given to Mary. But the gift is not just for her. God’s great gift to Mary, and to us, is himself. The presence of Christ is the presence of peace.

    • God Has Promised a Greater Gift, Part 1

    • Date: Dec 17, 2017
    • Speaker: Jaron Scott
    • Luke 1
    • Last week, we learned that Isaiah prophesied about the appearance of Jesus, whom he called the Prince of Peace.  This week, we consider what kind of peace Jesus brings. Is it merely the absence of conflict, or is it also the presence of something else? Luke tells us about two responses to this peace and why one leads to worship. 

    • Welcome the Prince

    • Date: Dec 10, 2017
    • Speaker: Tim Chambers
    • Isaiah 9:1-7
    • In this talk, Tim works through a prophecy from the Book of Isaiah written 700 years before Jesus' birth. Isaiah writes about future events as though they were already a reality and treats the current gloom as though it is a thing of the past. As we wait for the second coming of the Prince in whom Isaiah rejoiced, what can we learn from Isaiah’s outlook? How might the future we’re promised shape our current way of living?

    • Now, At Once, Something New!

    • Date: Dec 3, 2017
    • Speaker: Tim Chambers
    • John 13:31-14:31
    • When Jesus dies for his enemies, God’s goodness is put on display in a way that we never could have seen or known otherwise. Something new and glorious has begun! This affects the way Jesus’ followers respond to suffering, the way we love one another, and the way we pray.