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    • The Parable of the Great Banquet

    • Date: Jun 24, 2018
    • Speaker: Jeremiah Anderson
    • Luke 14:16-24
    • In this parable, a great invitaion is issued to a royal feast, but the guests' responses are surprising. Jeremiah helps us undertsand the nature of this banquet, the invitation we've been issued, and the warning this parable contains.  

    • The Rich Man and Lazarus

    • Date: Jun 17, 2018
    • Speaker: Kris Lowry
    • Luke 16:19-31
    • Whether the story of Lazarus and the rich man is a parable or an event that actually happened, it asks us some difficult questions about where we find our security. Kris encourages us to take a hard look at how we use our resources and what these habits might say about our view of God.  

    • The Parable of the Prodigal Son

    • Date: Jun 10, 2018
    • Speaker: Jaron Scott
    • Luke 15
    • Jesus tells three parables in a row about lost things: a lost sheep, a lost coin, and a lost son. Jaron helps us see how they’re connected and how those who belong to the Father’s household should react when the lost are restored. 

    • The Parable of the Talents

    • Date: Jun 3, 2018
    • Speaker: Jason Vance
    • Matthew 25:14-30
    • Jason takes a fresh look at a parable Jesus told about a rich employer and the investments his servants make on his behalf. Like the other parables, this one works on us as we listen and changes the way we see God, what he gives us, and how we invest it.

    • A Parable About Parables

    • Date: May 27, 2018
    • Speaker: Lane Clevenger
    • Mark 4:1-20
    • Lane opens our summer teaching series with a parable about parables. He helps us think about what a parable is, how parables change us, and how we can hear and receive the truth wrapped up in these stories. 

    • 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.