SERMON - April 18


Imagine The Possibilities

Rev. Lowell Black (Guest Preacher)

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Follow Me


Jesus calls to everyone “follow me.” In these weeks before Easter we will consider the behavior changes that mark a committed and growing disciple of Jesus. Discipleship is an intentional journey (not a one-time event) of love that helps a follower be part of the body of Jesus, become more like Jesus and join Jesus in the world.






Nehemiah:  The Story of A New Beginning

The book of Nehemiah is the story of a new beginning. Our God, who is "gracious, compassionate, slow to anger and abounding in love," brings about the renewal of his people despite insurmountable odds. It starts with a broken heart driven to pray. This leads to a vision for a better future, more prayer, remarkable teamwork and courageous leadership. What emerges from the rubble is a worshipping community committed to life God's way. 2021 is a great time for another renewing work of God!

Incarnation:  Rediscovering the Significance of Christmas

The baby born in a manger was named Jesus but prophets, shepherds, wise men, and angels addressed him by other names. They called him, Lord, Messiah, Savior, Emmanuel, Shepherd, Light of the World and Word Made Flesh. This year from Advent to Epiphany, we will explore these titles and what they tell us about the child whose birth we celebrate at Christmas. May we all rediscover the significance of the Christ-child for our lives and our world.




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