Church Essentials (Acts 2:41 – 42)

From time to time, it is good to look back and be reminded of “the big picture” so that one remains focused on what is important. Today, we do just that! Guest speaker, Herb Taylor, from Baptist Church Planters, reminds us of the five foundational essentials to every successful ministry. Listen and be reminded!

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Listen! (Luke 2:8 – 14)

One of the more-familiar Christmas carols is Charles Wesley’s Hark! the Herald Angels Sing! This song is so full of Biblical references and terms. Today we look at that carol through the eyes of Scripture, with the help of a little one named Daniel, and learn about the New-born King.

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Our Great God (Psalm 90)

We turn to perhaps the oldest written text in the Bible this morning. Written by Moses shortly after the verdict was handed to Israel extending her stay in the wilderness for 40 years, it is a song of praise even in times of difficulty. we must praise our great God!

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Israel’s calendar revolved around festivals and celebrations. One of the major celebrations was the Feast of Tabernacles, celebrating the harvest. Alan Bond, representative of Jews for Jesus, walks us through the elements of the celebration and shows how the Messiah is pictured and foreshadowed in this festive occasion.

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Life never seems to go the way we want it to or think it might. Often there are times of adjustment so that new information can be gathered, new plans formulated, new methods developed and tested, and a new normal reached. It is often during those times that we hear the phrase “what did you […]

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Responses Luke 19:29 – 44

Palm Sunday is a day of great historical significance. God fulfilled the promises to His people made to the prophet Daniel on this day. God keeps His promises! God’s plan is never stopped, halted, rerouted, or abandoned! Today, we notice the actions Jesus took on that day. Jesus acts and shows the people of Israel […]

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As people gather on Easter Sunday, why do they celebrate? The Jews in Jerusalem celebrated Passover – a reminder of God’s great deliverance of His people from the land of Egypt. God used a specially chosen man, Moses, to accomplish this task. But why do we celebrate? We celebrate God’s deliverance because Jesus is a […]

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Being the first at anything is noteworthy and conveys a sense of importance; to be the first human is certainly an honor. Yet we will find that Jesus is proven to be a better man than even the first man created. Pastor begins a mini-series leading up to Easter, titled “Jesus Does It Better.”

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The Agony of Hell Luke 16 Jonathan Sharma

Jonathan Sharma, dean of the Fiji College of Evangelism and Theology, shares his personal testimony before opening God’s Word to remind us of the reality and agony of hell. Jesus spoke more about hell than He ever did of heaven. As we consider this passage, we are reminded of the reality of life after death […]

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