Ben Post Visits us from Campus Ministries and teaches about the call from Jesus to the Twelve Disciples. We learn about the strange dynamics amongst the group of Apostles and how they had to learn to work together despite their differences.
Before Paul begins his ministry, he spends 3 years in the desert in solitude, quietness, and obscurity. When he returns to Jerusalem, he learns about the necessity of leaning on others in order for the Lord to use him.
No matter which way you have taken to come to Christ, it is the right way. This is the central idea of this week’s sermon about Paul, an apostle of Christ. Rob teaches that every one has a story, and Paul’s way to come to know Jesus was along a difficult road.
Starting a new series, we take a look a look at the life of the man who wrote almost half of the New Testament books. This week we look at his life when he was known as Saul of Tarsus and Pastor Rob speaks about how if Paul can be redeemed, there is hope for us all!
HE IS ALIVE! We celebration Jesus’s resurrection from the grave and the defeat of sin. Pastor Rob finishes up his “I AM” series with “I am the Resurrection and the Life” by discussing the foreshadowing of Jesus’s ministry before the Holy Week.
As we continue to look at the statements that Jesus made about who he is, we also take time to celebrate Palm Sunday. Jesus entered Jerusalem and all the people waved palm branches and this week Rob talks to us about what Jesus meant when he said “I am the Vine and you are the branches.” We learn about what makes good fruit and how a vine dresser takes care of his vines.
“I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life,” is this weeks I am statement from Christ. Pastor Rob describes a time when he himself was shown the right way in which to fish, rather than the way he knew before; comparing that to our everyday walk with Christ.
Continuing his look at the “I am” statements of Christ, Pastor Rob teaches about what Jesus meant when he said “I am the light of the world.”
Pastor Rob begins a new sermon series that will go through the “I am” statements that Jesus makes. Starting off is “I am the bread of life” where we learn how we can be sustained by Jesus.