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Believers have great assurance that we will receive God's promises because of who Jesus is, what He has done, and what He continues to do. This week, we read the encouraging words of how we should live (let us...) in light of what Christ gives (since we have...). "Let us hold fast the confession of our HOPE without wavering, for HE who promised IS …
 
The Gospel tells us that Jesus died for our sins... but do you ever wonder why that was necessary? Why death? Why blood? Why weren't the animal sacrifices by the Levitical priests enough to fully cleanse people? Today, we see how the Jesus Christ, the TRUE High Priest, entered into the TRUE tent of God's presence and offered the TRUE sacrifice of H…
 
Our High Priest, Jesus, Christ, is the mediator of a New Covenant - one that is different and better than the first. When comparing the covenants, we could ask several questions: "why was a new one given?" or "how is it different?" or "what makes the new one better?" "Why was a New Covenant given?" God revealed the fault He found with the people un…
 
After Easter, we are continuing our study in the book of Hebrews. Today, we see how's Christ priesthood after the order of Melchizedek is superior to the Levitical priesthood under the law. The order of Melchizedek existed long before the law, Christ continues in His priestly role forever, Christ mediates a better covenant, and is able to truly and…
 
"And they found the stone had been rolled away from the tomb, but when they went in they did not find the body of the Lord Jesus" (Luke 24:2-3). What a day this must have been for the followers of Jesus. They saw him die on Friday, they saw His body get placed into the tomb, they saw the tomb sealed with a giant stone with Romans guards standing wa…
 
As Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a donkey, He was greeted by a crowd of people who were waving palm branches and shouting, “Hosanna! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord, even the King of Israel!” Today, we will see the importance of these words that were quoted from a special group of Psalms, how they were recited during the time of Pass…
 
Could you use some extra rest? We all could- especially after losing an hour of sleep! Today we look at the true purpose of rest - going all the way back to the sixth day of creation when God said it was “very good” and then He rested from all His work. We will also see how God originally intended for us to live, that He still offers His rest to us…
 
At the Last Supper, Jesus used two elements to symbolize the NEW COVENANT: bread (His body) and wine (His blood). Both of these elements show us how He has fulfilled the role of High Priest and Prophet - two of the roles that we repeatedly see throughout the book of Hebrews. As the ultimate High Priest, Jesus gave a sacrifice greater than any other…
 
When we think of faithful men in God's household, surely Moses comes to mind. Moses was a man used greatly by God: He was called to deliver Israel from Egypt, he led them in the wilderness, delivered God's law, and spoke to God directly. Even God testified to Moses' faithfulness (Numbers 12:7). Moses was a great servant and member of God's househol…
 
When we talk about "Jesus", who are we talking about? A wise teacher? A kind healer? Some random guy? or is He much, much more? Today we see several incredible truths and descriptions of Jesus in the introductory verses of Hebrews: He is The Prophet, the Son of God, Heir of all things, Creator, Radiance of God's Glory, Imprint of God's nature, Upho…
 
Today, we look at two of the most important roles of Jesus: our Brother and our Priest! He became like us in every respect fo that He could represent us and make the final payment for our sins! As our brother, he understands us and our temptations and sufferings. As our priest, he mercifully and joyfully intercedes for us. He is God become man, to …
 
God has called and equipped every believer to serve Him, build His church, and advance His kingdom. The Apostle Peter encourages and reminds believers that they(we) are "a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people for his own possession, that you may proclaim the excellencies of him who called you out of darkness into his marvelous l…
 
We have spent the last few weeks looking at great examples of FAITH, but this week we look to the ultimate example: JESUS. During His earthly life, our Lord lived completely dependent on His Father. Jesus was given a specific mission that He faithfully fulfilled for the joy that was set before Him. This week, we fix our eyes on Jesus - the author a…
 
God makes us STRONG out of our weakness. Many of the best examples of this are found in the book of Judges in men like Gideon, Barak, Samson, and Jephthah. Because the Bible is so honest, we see all of the flaws, shortcomings, and sins of our spiritual ancestors. While these men were -- the least of the least, needed several proofs from God, hesita…
 
When a baby named Moses was born to a Hebrew family, his parents chose to risk their lives and disobey Pharoah's orders by keeping their son alive and safe. They didn't know it at the time, but God would one day call Moses to lead a nation out of bondage and slavery. By faith, Moses led a nation under the calling, purpose, and provision that God ha…
 
What will you leave behind for future generations? What will YOUR LEGACY be? Among all of the accomplishments, possessions, and feats, the greatest legacy that we can leave is FAITH. Today we learn about the FAITHFUL LEGACY that has been left by our ancestors, and how we can walk by such faith and leave the that very same legacy behind us.…
 
Scripture doesn't tell us a lot about Jesus' earthly father, Jospeh. Yet, we can see from a few short passages that Joseph was a man of great faith! Every time that he received a message from God, Joseph's words and actions proved how much he trusted God. When the angel told him about Mary's pregnancy - Joseph believed. When he was warned to flee f…
 
When the Savior of the world was born, God sent angels to proclaim the Good News... We would assume God would tell everyone all at once or maybe just the most important and powerful people of the day, but instead God chose to reveal this wonderful message to a group of lowly shepherds outside of Bethlehem. Today we will consider what this revelatio…
 
Join us for worship this week as our Youth Pastor Matt Ranshaw brings us a different perspective on the typical Christmas story. Instead of the picturesque version, we consider the deep faith that Mary and Joseph had in God to follow his plan. In the face of ridicule, rumors, and rejection, we can see how they trusted in God over anything else. We …
 
As we prepare to celebrate the birth of Jesus, we are exploring the meaning behind the prophecy that the Son born to the virgin would be called IMMANUEL - which means God with us. We also consider why God would refer to Him by that name, and why He was sent to us. In this, we see one of our God’s deepest desires: to dwell with us — now and forever!…
 
Just before He ascended to heaven, Jesus told his disciples that they would be BAPTIZED with the Holy Spirit, that they would receive power, and that they would be His witnesses throughout the world! But what does this mean? How were they baptized? And what power was this? Join us today, as we hear the final words of Christ at His ascension to the …
 
The Gospel of Matthew closes with the powerful words of Jesus that we commonly call the Great Commission. After His resurrection, the disciples had gone to wait for Jesus in Galilee, as instructed. During this time, He not only appears to them on the shore, but also on a mountain telling them to "Go" into all the world and make disciples of all peo…
 
After the Resurrection of Jesus, He appeared to his disciples numerous times. Today, we follow the disciples to Galilee, where they were told to go wait for Jesus. As they wait, Peter and six others decide to go fishing. After a night without a catch, a voice from the shore calls out to them and tells them to cast on the other side... the result wa…
 
After declaring His finished work on the cross, Jesus gave up His Spirit and died. In this pivotal moment of history, creation was shook as the earth quaked, rocks split, the veil of the temple was torn from above, and dead rose form their graves. Yet, Jesus was dead. He body was taken down and placed in a tomb, Jesus was dead. He remained in the t…
 
*This Week's message was interrupted by a sudden loss of power during service.* After Peter's Denial of Jesus, we don't hear much about the disciples until the final hours of Jesus' life. While Jesus is hanging on the cross there is a small group of people mention by name, among them are his mother and John. As Jesus has gone through the worst mome…
 
Join us for a message of hope, even during our darkest moments. On the night that Jesus was betrayed, Peter followed as Jesus was led through a night of illegal trials. But when Peter was asked about his relationship with Jesus, Peter denied even knowing him! The same man who said that he would die for Jesus, denied Him in every way. This was perha…
 
I love this time of year when the weather changes from Summer heat to Autumn cool: the morning air becomes crisp with a slight chill, the days feel lighter, trees change their shades, and everything seems to feel refreshing. This change of the seasons reminds me that almost everything in life is seasonal – few things last forever. The wise King Sol…
 
After the High Priestly Prayer, Jesus and His disciples cross over to the Garden Gethsemane. It is here that we see an agonizing time of prayer for Jesus as He prepares to drink the cup that the Father has given Him. After this time of prayer, he awakens His disciples and tells them that the betrayer is at hand. This week, Jesus is betrayed and arr…
 
When was the last time you walked away from a conversation with someone and felt completely uplifted and invigorated? I can think of a few conversations recently where the encouraging words of a person seemed to change me and the entire environment of the room! ● Where I had been feeling drained, I was suddenly refilled. ● Where I felt deeply disco…
 
Last week, we heard Christ's words of comfort to His disciples as He promised to send them "Another Helper". This week, we look at Christ's words to His Father as He prays for future believers and the fellowship He creates between man and God. The words of Christ bring us comfort as we hear His desires for believers to be one and in Son and the Fat…
 
What a joy it is to know that our God hears us! Psalm 116:1-2 declares, “I love the Lord, because He has heard my voice and my pleas for mercy. Because He inclined his ear to me, therefore I will call on Him as long as I live.” Think about it: the King of all the universe — the God of creation — bends His ear to hear from you when you call out to H…
 
One of the things in life that is common to all people is SUFFERING. No matter who we are or where we go, at some point we all experience suffering. While some suffering is light, some suffering is horrendous. Sometimes, the pain and suffering are momentary. But other times, our afflictions & sufferings are lasting. The pains and sufferings of this…
 
Shortly after Jesus washed the feet of His disciples, He resumed his placed at the table and taught them the meaning of what He had just done for them. Following this, Jesus then identifies a betrayer among the disciples, and prompts Judas to leave. Once Judas exits, Jesus delivers a new command to His disciples- a command to love one another just …
 
Join us for week 5 of our series “Follow Me”. This week, Jesus gives His disciples an example to be followed as He washes their feet during a Passover meal. We also recalled Jesus’ teaching on His way to Jerusalem when asked if James and John could sit in places of honor once Christ enters His glory. We learned what Greatness is according to the Ki…
 
Join us for week 4 of our series “Follow Me”. Last week, the disciples saw Jesus walking on the water during a storm, Peter then walking out to Christ, and finally Christ saving Peter when his faith begins to waver. This week, Jesus is questioned about which is the greatest commandment in the Law. To analyze this passage, we look at the answer from…
 
Join us this Sunday for week 3 of our latest series “Follow Me”. Last week, we saw the disciples marvel at Jesus when they witnessed Him command a raging storm to instantly cease. “Peace! Be Still!” declared Jesus, and there was a great calm. This week, we will again confront our fears and faith as Jesus shows Himself to have absolute authority ove…
 
Join us this Sunday for week 2 of our new series “Follow Me” We are looking at Jesus through the eyes of the disciples. This Sunday, we will hop into a boat and set sail with Jesus across the Sea of Galilee. The voyage is the perfect opportunity for a nap, until a storm suddenly surges and causes the disciples to fear for their lives! With the thun…
 
Do you ever wonder what it was like to follow Jesus as one of the disciples? Oftentimes, we forget that they were just as human as we are; they got confused, frustrated, scared, angry, tired, hungry, etc. (just like all of us!) Even though they lived in a completely different time and culture, the disciples were real people with many of the same th…
 
Join us this Sunday as we observe the Lord’s Supper. The Lord’s Supper is a symbolic act of obedience whereby members of the church, through partaking of the bread and the fruit of the vine, memorialize the death of the Redeemer and anticipate His second coming. Just as Paul tells us in 1 Cor. 11:26, “For as often as you eat this bread and drink th…
 
We had a very special worship service this morning, celebrating Anchored VBS! We began our service with a VBS spotlight, followed by worship through song, giving, and scripture. The week, we continued our series in Genesis about God’s promises to Abraham, hearing specifically about the son that God prophesied to Abraham and Sarah. In this passage, …
 
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