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December 24, 2017
Pastor Nathan Smith closes the Christmas season from the passage in Luke which will remind us again to fix our eyes on Jesus, and follow the Holy Spirit who will give us the strength and ability to rise above our human weak
December 17, 2017
Jesus responds to the religious leaders in a very unique and non-subtle way. Pastor Nathan takes this and uses it as a warning for trying to make it on our own,and then a great reminder about the gospel of Christ.
December 10, 2017
Pastor Nathan Smith continues with the way messages of Jesus from the book of Luke.
December 3, 2017
The Lord’s Prayer and the way it is modeled in Luke is very unique. Pastor Nathan shares with us the meaning of this prayer and the parables that go with it.
November 26, 2017
As we continue in the “Jesus Way” series, our text is from Luke 10:38-42, and story lesson about Mary and Martha. Through this hopefully we can learn to not let the busyness of life take us away from the feet of Jesus.
November 19, 2017
Starting on the Jesus Way in Luke, Pastor Nathan preaches on the parable of the good samaritan.
My Mess, God’s Good; Genesis 50
November 12, 2017
This message is the last in the series, and also the end of the life of Joseph, and how he keeps his promise to not harm his brothers.
My Mess, God’s Good; Genesis 49
November 5, 2017
In this passage, Jacob blessed his sons, the progenitor’s of the tribes of Israel. Here we will see the consequences of generational sin, and how to break the chain.
My Mess, God’s Good; Genesis 46 and 47
October 29, 2017
A push from behind, a tug from in front and a nod from above. When Jacob was going to leave Hebron for Egpyt he received from God the final part of the proces; a nod from above. Total reassurance that this was the right thing to do. This message is a great reminder of starting with prayer and then trusting God and going all in.
My Mess, God’s Good; Genesis 42-45
October 22, 2017
The message of forgiveness and reconcilliation is central to this passage, when Joseph is faced with his brothers after 20 years.