Aug 14, 2016
I Am the Way
Series: I Am
John 14:1-11 • click for sermon notes
 
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  • Aug 14, 2016I Am the Way
    Aug 14, 2016
    I Am the Way
    Series: I Am
    John 14:1-11 • click for sermon notes
     
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  • Aug 7, 2016I Am the Resurrection and the Life
    Aug 7, 2016
    I Am the Resurrection and the Life
    Series: I Am
    John 11:1–44 • click for sermon notes
     
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  • Jul 31, 2016I Am the Good Shepherd
    Jul 31, 2016
    I Am the Good Shepherd
    Series: I Am
    John 10:11-21 • click for sermon notes
     
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  • Jul 24, 2016I Am the Door
    Jul 24, 2016
    I Am the Door
    Series: I Am
    John 10:1-10 • click for sermon notes
     
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  • Jul 17, 2016I Am the Light of the World
    Jul 17, 2016
    I Am the Light of the World
    Series: I Am
    John 8:12 • click for sermon notes
     
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  • Jul 10, 2016Two Lights
    Jul 10, 2016
    Two Lights
    Series: I Am
    John 9:5 & Matthew 5:14-16 • click for sermon notes
     
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  • Jul 3, 2016I Am the Bread of Life
    Jul 3, 2016
    I Am the Bread of Life
    Series: I Am
    John 6:35-58 • click for sermon notes
     
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  • Jun 26, 2016I Am
    Jun 26, 2016
    I Am
    Series: I Am
    John 8:51-59 • click for sermon notes
     
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  • Jun 19, 2016A Father’s Heart
    Jun 19, 2016
    A Father’s Heart
    Series: Father's Day
    Malachi 4:2-6 • sermon notes below
     
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    The day of the Lord is a time when our Heavenly Father will make all things right.
    - The day of the Lord has already come in Christ, and will fully come when Christ returns.
     
    When earthly fathers are filled with the Spirit of the Heavenly Father, they will experience His Fatherhood and express His Fatherhood.
     
    Children long for and need fathers who express the nature of our Heavenly Father.
    - Children need a father’s unconditional love.
    - Children need a father’s blessing.
    - Children need a father’s presence.
    - Children need a father’s protection.
    - Children need a father’s provision.
    - Children need a father’s guidance.
    - Children need a father’s discipline.
     
    Our Response: God is the perfect Father for whom we long; receive his fatherly love, and trust him to empower you to express his life-giving love to others.
     
    Life Application Questions
    - What traits of our Heavenly Father’s love do you need to receive today?
    - Are there areas where your earthly father fell short where you need to receive healing from your Heavenly Father?
    - If you are a Father, which traits of your Heavenly Father’s love do you most need to show to your children this week?
     

    Today's Songs
    My One Comfort
    Build Your Kingdom Here
    Grace Alone
    Jesus Paid It All
    How Deep The Father’s Love For Us

  • Jun 12, 2016The Reformed View of Baptism
    Jun 12, 2016
    The Reformed View of Baptism
    Acts 2:38-39 and others • sermon notes below
     
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    Should infants be baptized? The Bible implies, and history confirms, that children were baptized as an expression of God’s Covenant Promises.
    - God’s covenant is not with individuals in isolation, but with families.
    - The practice of infant baptism was nearly universal in the early church.

    Does baptism save us? No, we are saved as we trust in Jesus to forgive us and give us new birth by the Spirit; baptism is a sign and seal of Christ’s saving work.

    Are those who die in infancy saved? We believe that children who have not rejected Christ are saved.

    What responsibility does infant baptism place upon parents? We must embrace God’s promise for our children, raising them in homes full of faith and truth.

    What response does infant baptism call for from our children? Baptism testifies that the Spirit is at work in our children; they must respond to God’s work by putting their trust in Jesus as their Savior and Lord.

    Our Response: Let us embrace the promised work of the Holy Spirit proclaimed in our children’s baptism, and together raise them in the training and instruction of the Lord.

    Life Application Questions
    - Do you believe that the Holy Spirit is working in your children right now, and do you watch for and encourage what God is doing in their lives?
    - How is God prompting you to express your faith to your children? (Bible reading, family prayers, talking about the sermon, asking about Sunday school)
    - How might God be prompting you to participate in raising the children of our congregation in the training and instruction of the Lord?

    Today’s Songs
    My One Comfort
    10,000 Reasons
    How He Loves
    It Is Well
    Rejoice
    Be Thou My Vision