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Sermons on Jonah
We believe that nothing promotes the peace and health of the city like the spread of faith in the gospel. It renews both individual lives and reweaves the fabric of whole neighborhoods. We believe that nothing moves Christians to humbly serve, live with, and love all the diverse people of the city like the gospel does.
Why did Jonah run from God? Why do we run from God? This week, Pastor JR exposes the underlying roots of idolatry that causes us to resist God and His will for our lives.
This morning, we’re going to peek into the Muslim’s heart; we’re going to look into our own hearts; and we’re going to gaze into the heart of God. My desire is that you would grow in your understanding of Muslims by learning about their faith, for ignorance is often the cause of bias; that you would change in your attitude towards Muslims and have more of the heart of God for them; and that the change in your mind and heart would lead to a change in behavior, that you would actually now do something in response to being changed.
In this sermon from Jonah chapter IV, Pastor JR continues his focus on the forms idolatry that keep us outside of the will and mission of God.
Throughout the Book of Jonah, God reveals his heart for the City. In this message, Pastor JR challenges the Church to live - on mission - as a Loving Presence, a Counter Presence, and a Prophetic Presence in the City.
Gods Heart For The Lost
In Part 4 of the series, Jonah comes face to face with the compassion of a God who is on a mission to save humanity from itself. Even when pride gets the best of him, God shows Jonah what it means to give yourself away to mercy.