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Ronnie discusses the importance of missions and that our vision is to go global with disciple-making better than anybody else.
Pastor Rob shares about Sunday has lost its significance as a time of rest. He also shares about the need to connect with other Christians.
A diligent seeker, and an aggressive pursuer, can always get in to see Jesus!
Chris Carr takes us through Psalm 96 for "To the Nations."
Many of us have heard about Jesus, we've read some scriptures about him, we've listened to sermons about him, but even in all of that it is possible to still not recognize Jesus when we see him. Sometimes our understanding of who he is clouds our ability to recognize when he is revealing himself or when he is at work. At the end of the day, each of us needs a personal encounter with Jesus and who he really is, rather than who we think he is. We have to encounter him on his own terms rather than ours. In this sermon we look at two men who were walking with Jesus down the road and didn't recognize him until he revealed himself through the cross, their sin and the breaking of bread.
Whether we are happy or sad depends on our attitude. This Holy Week, whatever our circumstances, I invite us to join Pollyanna’s glad game. Or as the Apostle says to the Philippian Christians, “Rejoice in the Lord, again I say rejoice.”
Listen as Pastor Tal shares the story of Palm Sunday and the impact it made on all who experienced it.
Who really cares about the church? Who cares enough to be unified with fellow believers, to serve, to show up on Sunday consistantly, to be selfless?