Christmas is not quite over yet! Listen in to hear Pastor Ted Olsen talk about one aspect of the Christmas story that's often overlooked.
The Prophet Isaiah gave four names to the child who was to be born at Christmas: Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, and Prince of Peace. This passage looks at how Jesus Christ lived up to these names.
Towards the end of His life, Jesus was on trial and gave this testimony: "For this reason I was born and for this reason I came into the world, to............." His answer is the real reason for the season.
Walking is one of my favorite activities. Getting out in God’s creation, moving, having the sun shine on you… awesome! I don’t particularly like the treadmill because there is no sense of accomplishment… Walking suggests progress. So it is with our walk of faith. We are to walk in the light (Ephesians 5:8; 1 John 1:5-7). At the end of our journey, we step into the presence of the Lord.
In this passage, we see Three qualities that inform our walk with God.
As you enter the great state of Nebraska, there is a sign that says, “The Good Life!” Now, we can argue all day about what is the best state in the Union, but I think we’d all agree it is Hawaii. Especially considering the colder weather rolling in. However, in today’s passage, we see the divine perspective on what it means to really live.
In this message, Pastor Scott walks through four important reminders that create peace when one is going through persecution.
In this message, Pastor Scott looks at the importance of sharing the Word so people can receive it and have their lives changed. We need to be on mission to share the good news with as many people as possible!
In this passage, the Apostle Paul explains how he shared the gospel with the folks in Thessalonica AND how he shared his life with them. We see them "doing life together" and setting an example for genuine Christian community.
In v. 7, Paul calls this church the model church. This is the only time in any of his writings he uses the word “model” in reference to a church. A model is an example, a pattern to be imitated or replicated. What was so special about this church?
In this wonderful sermon, Pastor Chuck goes through the five "solas" of the Protestant Reformation. He ends with the question: "What can we do today to reach people with the gospel?"
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