Journey through the book of Matthew with us. The first of the four new testament gospels and one of the most influential books of the bible.
In this sermon series we take a step back and look at 2018 in review along with what 2019 holds.
At long last we are tackling Romans. This is widely considered one of the most influential books of the Bible. The Apostle Paul wrote it roughly about 56-57 A.D. The key personalities in the book of Romans are the Apostle Paul, and Phoebe who delivered this letter. Paul wrote the letter to the believers in Rome, hence the name “Romans”. He wrote it to give them a concrete theological foundation on which to construct their faith and to live for and serve God effectively.
In this series we dive into what it means to be wise. We look at how Proverbs can instruct us in the ways of wisdom and how that wisdom can directly impact our lives to be fruitful.
Join us as we dive into the book of John. In this book John goes about documenting the life of Jesus in order to prove/show the reader that Jesus is indeed the Messiah, the son of God.
For the month of December we look at the story of the birth of Jesus and see what he sought to accomplish through this event.
Advent: "the arrival of a notable person, thing, or event "
A mini series on different pastors across the Seattle Washington region sharing their wisdom gleaned from decades of ministry and service.
Paul's letter to the church at Colossae as they struggle to stay true to the gospel in the midst of heretical teaching. Listen along as we learn what this letter has to say about our lives in the modern-day church as we try to do the same.
A historical book covering the establishment and reign of Solomon to his death and the deterioration of Israel's relationship with God. These sermons explore the practical wisdom as well as the what-not-to-do's of the legacy of King Solomon.
We have all heard the story of Jonah, now as adults we can dive deep and see what more we can glean from this classic story.
As a young church just starting to establish itself, we look to the examples set in the book of Acts of the establishment of the Christian church.