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Praying for Missions

In this sermon, Brady challenged us to pray for our missionaries. When we do this, we are like Jason and the Thessalonians who were willing to suffer in Paul's place when persecution came while preaching in Thessalonica. When we pray with our missionaries we join them in their struggles and we invite God together to join in making a difference in this world.

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Mission Report 2019

As we officially kick off our March for Missions sermon series, we spent the first week reviewing what God has done through our missionaries over the last year and what is in store for the upcoming year. We heavily featured the Honduras mission effort with interviews from our missions which explored how they were blessed, where they saw God in Honduras, and the impact it had on them and others.

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Human Bridges

This week we are going to get very practical, discuss first steps to joining this mission, and issue a challenge to the members of Northwest. The major idea in this sermon is that Christians should be human bridges who bring God to the world through both their words and their actions, and who also bring the world to God through their words and by revealing God’s love. If we are all talk with no action the world isn’t interested. But if we are only action without connecting people to God and the church then we are no better than people doing court mandated community service. Our faith, words, and deeds should bring God to the world and the world to God.

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Your Kingdom Come

So far in the series we have introduced the idea that God’s desire to seek and save the lost is part of his larger plan to liberate and glorify the entire creation. In fact, the entire creation groans in anticipation of the fulfillment of this mission through his followers. Incredibly, God has chosen to do most of that work through the lives of Christians. So each of us has our own page in God’s story. But what happens when lots of Christians start catching a single shared vision of what God is up to in this world and start jumping on board. Jesus prayed that when God’s Kingdom came, his will would be done on earth as it is in Heaven. He taught that the Kingdom of Heaven is like salt, light, and yeast. They change and overcome everything they touch. This sermon will also use the example of Martin Luther King, Jr., his sermons, and the Christian movement he led in this country when Christians saw what God was doing and joined that mission.

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My Page in God's Story

We believe that God is on a mission to redeem and restore the entire creation and it is His good plan for God's glory to be revealed through the followers of Jesus Christ. This means that if you could read the entire story of God's mission in the world, each page would tell of the life of a Christian. So what does your page in God's story look like? What does it say and who needs to hear your story and how can you creatively tell them?

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