Acts Part 1: The Gospel Takes Root Holy Week Stand Alone Jesus Is The Gift The Church and its Shepherds: How the Church is Structured I Am Why We Do What We Do Haggai: Rebuilding for God's Glory The True Christ Stand Alone/Guest Speakers Peacemakers Songs of Christmas A Light For Our Path The Kingdom Gospel Centered Life Be The Church A Promise Fulfilled Epic Poetry - Worship from the Psalms love God. love others. A Study of the 10 Commandments Rejoice: A Study in Philippians Grace to the Humble Illuminate Rhythms for Growth Abraham: When God Says Jump Judgment Call ReMARKable: Experiencing the Good News of Jesus
Advent Discipleship Ecclesiology Healing Jesus Christ Life in Christ Membership Prayer Salvation The Church The Gospel The Holy Spirit The Life of Jesus The Power of Christ The Resurrection of Christ
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Jeremy Adelman Russ Berg Darren Carlson Cor Chmieleski Matt Clausen Jon Ditty Joel Goff Jason Harrison Joey Karrigan David King Zach Mulvihill Dalton Nowicki Jonathan Parnell Adam Schalter Dale Stinson Steve Treichler Erik Vaage Tom Ward Joshua Whetstine
I Am In the Gospel of John there are seven “I am” statements made by Jesus. The purpose of this sermon series is to unpack their meaning and gain a deeper understanding of the identity of Jesus Christ. Knowing Jesus this way will then lead to significant implications in our lives. Why We Do What We Do
Have you ever wondered why churches do the things that they do? Or have you ever been curious to know where these things get their origin? “Why We Do What We Do” is a sermon series with the goal of answering those questions as they pertain to our church.