This week, our sermon is called The Power of a Promise-Keeping Community. Breaking your word is done too easily today. Jesus follows his teaching on marriage in Matthew 5 with an exhortation to “Let your yes be yes, and your no be no.” Our God is a God who always keeps His Word. We ought not to be looking for loopholes by which to escape our promises. What a different community the church is meant to be when people make and keep their promises to one another.

 

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This Sunday "What's Your Problem?"  by Pastor Kevin Dibbley
 
Tomorrow, we will see Jesus continuing to talk about our hearts. His unrelenting pursuit of true heart transformation is crucial to the advancement of His kingdom in this world. In Matthew 5:21-26, Jesus shows us that how we deal with difficult people is radically different than how we would respond without Christ. Our message is entitled: What’s Your Problem? Pray for a powerful work of the Spirit of God through the Word of God in each of our hearts.
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This Sunday, we will look at one of the most challenging statements of Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount: “Unless your righteousness exceeds that of the scribes and the Pharisees, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.” In the kingdom of heaven, the Lord Jesus Christ raises the standard of
righteousness to the highest level. The good news is that He also reveals how what is impossible for us is not impossible for Him. Come as we study: “Christ’s Righteousness – Our Righteousness.”

 

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Easter Sunday. Celebrate the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. Our message is entitled: The Resurrection of Jesus Christ. God doesn’t simply intend us to celebrate the resurrection but to live in light of it every day. The resurrection of Jesus is a living power that leads to many people praising and thanking God for His power at work in our everyday difficulties and problems.

 

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This Sunday is Palm Sunday. As we celebrate Christ’s entrance into Jerusalem, appropriately, we will be looking at Jesus words: “Blessed are the peacemakers.” Our God is clearly a God who calls for and who passionately and sacrificially pursues peace.

 

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This Sunday, we will be looking at how the Christian practically pursues a pure heart. Blessed are the Pure in Heart, Part II is an examination of some well-known passages that speak passionately about how a Christian is to seek the help of God to bring about real, deep, and lasting heart change.

 

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This Sunday...“A Banquet In A Barren Land” by Pastor Steve Kim

This Sunday, we are welcoming Pastor Steve Kim from Grace Fellowship Church, Toronto. Steve is visiting with Pastor Kevin and MariAnne with his wife Kathy and their girls. He will speaking on “A Banquet In A Barren Land” based on Exodus 16.

 

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This Sunday... "Looking to Glory"by Pastor Andy Keppel

Despite the fact that Paul's letter to the Colossians was intended to correct some errant theology and inappropriate practices, Paul nonetheless looked upon the church with joy for the simple fact that they had heard and responded to Christ's call to repentance and rebirth.  Come next Sunday as we explore how the Gospel calls us to lovingly impact this world with the treasure that we simultaneously long for and possess.   

 

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This Sunday’s message is: Blessed are the Pure in Heart. A good psalm to read in preparation for this is Psalm 24. In a world competing for our attention and affections, the Holy Spirit continually seeks to make us singularly devoted to God. Have you ever deciding to de-clutter your closet or your garage? What about your heart? The citizen of the Kingdom is continually decluttering his heart in order that Christ Jesus might reign fully and solely there.

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Next week, we will continue our series on the Sermon on the Mount by looking at the passage “Blessed are the Merciful”. It is always good to ask ourselves the question “Is my heart becoming increasingly and instinctively merciful?” The misery in the world around us can often feel unbelievable and unbearable. We want to shut down and close ourselves off from all the pain. Yet, the gospel produces deep with us another response. It fuels and sustains real and genuine mercy.

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