Zoom Bible Study

Join us for a special Zoom Bible Study, working our way through the book of Revelation.  We will gain insight into God’s plans for the future, as we are challenged to live out our faith today.  The first meeting will take place Monday, January 2nd at 7 p.m.  Join the...

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The Churches of Revelation 2-3

Click here for the slideshow from 11/28 & 12/5 In the opening chapters of Revelation, the Lord Jesus instructs John, the apostle and author of the book, to record a series of letters to seven churches that were located in Asia Minor (the region of modern day Turkey).  These churches...

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Three Views of the Millennial Kingdom

Revelation 20:1-6 describes a period known as the millennial kingdom, when Christ will reign over all as the King of kings and Lord of lords.  During the message today we will talk about what that kingdom will look like.  As you can imagine, it will be very different from our...

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John 21

The last chapter of John is one of restoration and of commitment. After Jesus was betrayed and taken into custody, it was Peter who showed the courage first to fight for his beloved friend but later denied him three times…I can only imagine the deep regret and feeling of unworthy...

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John 20

The empty tomb. This empty tomb shows how death and sin was defeated not just for the time being but forever. So many times especially in the conservative evangelical world, I’ve heard women say they feel “insignificant” to the body of Christ as male leadership resides in the pulpit as...

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John 19.

The Son of God knew who he was as perfect and holy and knew who we were as sinners who needed redemption and reconciliation. This day that we read about in John 19 is celebrated as “good Friday” to us Christians today. Pilate knew that Jesus was an innocent man...

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John 18

John 18 is filled with drama as we now are hours away from Jesus’ crucifixation. What is so remarkable to me is the willingness for Peter to fight for Jesus but then deny him three times later on in the chapter. Its hard to even wrap my head around the...

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John 17

The high priestly prayer of John 17 remains “the true Lord’s prayer” in my opinion. This is the ultimate prayer that Jesus prays as he prays for his followers both present and future to stand firm in the sinful world. I used this chapter as one of my main texts...

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John 16

As we move to the heart of the “passion story”, its neat to know that Jesus’s love for humanity far exceeds the pain and agony that he face leading up to the cross and the cross itself. John 16 opens with the words from our Lord which read “All this...

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John 15

During my junior year of college, I wrote my 20 page Greek exegetical paper on this paper on the first 8 verses of the passage. A matter of fact, the week that I was writing this paper on college is the same week that I met Pastor Trent for the...

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