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Jesus made the excruciating choice to take our place on the cross. Though his execution was no-doubt unjust, it is crucial to remember that Jesus was no victim. He chose to go through everything that he faced. He did it because he knew that the payoff far outweighed the cost. The value that he places on us, his beloved, was worth the price that he …
 
As a follower of Jesus, Peter exemplified failure more often than anything else. He talked a big game, but often proved that his bark was worse than his bite. In what could have been is defining moment, Peter repeatedly, passionately denied any association or relationship with Jesus on the night he was betrayed. In those moments, he did the unthink…
 
In his final hours of freedom, Jesus pleaded with his Father to be delivered from the suffering that was to come. In the Garden, Jesus began to win the victory over Satan and sin, in the Garden, Jesus leaned on his Father's strength, surrendered to his Father's will, and became the example for how to live. Part 3 of our Lent series that invites us …
 
We may not realize, but we are pitted in the midst of an unseen war for our soul. This covert battle is one that we cannot afford to lose. Idolatry is not just an ancient concern, but a real and present danger. In this series, Game of Thrones, we embrace the call to exchange counterfeit gods for the genuine article, to trade all challengers for the…
 
As Jesus enters his final hours with his closest followers, he does something shocking as he leaves them with a critical lesson that he would soon demonstrate on the cross: that service and sacrifice, not power and prestige, were the marks of the Kingdom of Heaven. As Jesus shares his final meal with the disciples, Jesus took what was considered a …
 
We may not realize, but we are pitted in the midst of an unseen war for our soul. This covert battle is one that we cannot afford to lose. Idolatry is not just an ancient concern, but a real and present danger. In this series, Game of Thrones, we embrace the call to exchange counterfeit gods for the genuine article, to trade all challengers for the…
 
Lent is such a significant time because it draws our attention back to the earth-shattering, paradigm-shifting, world-changing act of sacrifice and victory that Jesus set in motion over the final week of his life, through his betrayal, wrongful conviction, death, and resurrection. Lent is a glimmer of hope in a dark world. Hope changes everything. …
 
It's easy to buy the lie that we are less than, less valuable, less worthy, less lovable. The world operates on a system of winners and losers, but Jesus operates on a completely different scale. Throughout his story in the Scriptures, Jesus chooses the also-rans. He intentionally embraces the seemingly less valuable precisely to prove that these p…
 
** We had some technical difficulties with our microphone's battery pack. This audio was picked up by our pulpit mic. We apologize for the inconvenience! ** We may not realize, but we are pitted in the midst of an unseen war for our soul. This covert battle is one that we cannot afford to lose. Idolatry is not just an ancient concern, but a real an…
 
Have you ever had a friend mistreat somebody you love? How well has that relationship developed? If you're at all like me, it's hard to grow a relationship with somebody who does not love those whom you love, much less with those who mistreat your beloved. It's unsurprising, then, to find that God feels the same way. When you mistreat his beloved w…
 
It's so easy to look around and feel a sense of discontentment in your life. In an age of social media, there's not end to the ways to see people who appear to be more skilled than you, have more photogenic families than yours, and have experienced far more life than you. But as we'll find in our teaching time together, a life of comparing yourself…
 
Jesus tells his followers, if you want to bear fruit, if you want to receive the nourishment that only God can give, then abide in my love, forcefully reorient your life around receiving my blessings. He invites us into a relationship with him, not as servants, but as friends. But confusingly, he then turns around and says, "Do what I tell you." Ho…
 
Considerable time has been given reinforcing the need for God's church to commit to becoming a sacrificial, cohesive, sacrificial, interdependent people. We've tracked through Scripture how God has designed us for community, to serve with abandon, and to celebrate our differences while remaining committed to our mission. But the Scriptures remind u…
 
We can spend countless hours perfecting the image that we present to the world. In some circles, we sometimes present one picture, while in others, it can be entirely different. One of the problems that we face is when our outward projection doesn't match our inward state, our lives become fractured. We can say what we want, but if our lives aren't…
 
The truth is that the mosaic that Jesus is calling the church to become doesn’t happen by accident. The church must intentionally come together to be who God is calling us to be. The mosaic of the church won't happen until we commit to making it happen, in cooperation with the Holy Spirit. We celebrate and affirm that God made us different and uniq…
 
Broken people are quick to remember how broken they are, but we too often approach it from a defeatist perspective. Our brokenness reminds us that we are worthless. It's self-defeating thinking and pushes us towards despair. But Jesus wants to recontextualize your brokenness to show you are loved far deeper than you realize and far more valuable th…
 
The life that God is calling us to as followers of Jesus is a beautiful masterpiece, but as we’re going to discover, it requires much of us. Because a mosaic can’t come together alone. You cannot complete a puzzle with just a single piece. If that were the case, then I'm a master puzzler, but as we found out last week, I’m not much of one of those.…
 
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