Full Satisfaction

People look for satisfaction in unique places. Luke tells his readers Jesus is the only source of satisfaction. Today, you will not only see two reasons to be fully satisfied, you will also find satisfaction in Jesus alone.

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Faith That Waits

Sitting still and “doing nothing” can be the hardest task encountered. Life is so geared to “doing something” we forget the importance of stillness and patience. Discover two examples of faith that waits, and remember trusting Jesus is not always easy.

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Jesus, Prince of Peace

Luke draws your attention to two more responses to Jesus – the storms of life both actual and metaphorical. Luke wants you to be as impressed as the disciples: Jesus can calm any storm. He is the Prince of Peace.

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Responsible Response

Today we look at four different responses to Jesus and learn that Jesus demands more than just your ears to hear. Notice who is responding and how they respond. Ask yourself if you are truly listening to Jesus with your full attention.

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Jesus, Friend of Sinners

Ever wonder “What would make a person do THAT?”? This morning, Luke answers that question: what would make people accuse Jesus of being a ‘friend of sinners’? You will learn that forgiveness produces love by looking at three outrageous situations this morning.

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Performance Review

How do you respond to being judged? Luke records a performance review as Jesus continues His ministry. You will examine three distinct reviews and realize God notices your behavior.

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Guest Speaker: Herb Taylor

Thank you for joining us this morning as we celebrate Who God is and what He is doing. Today we are blessed to hear from Herb Taylor, director of the National Conference on Hispanic Outreach (NCHO) as he shares from the book of Acts.  

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Look at You! (Luke 6:36 – 49)

While instructing His followers, Jesus points out the dangers they will face from themselves. Through a series of pairs Jesus shows the danger of using yourself as the standard for living. Jesus wants to be your standard of evaluation. Answer the three questions Jesus asks this morning: where is your faith, your fruit, and your […]

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