Preparing to Gather

December 23, 2015 by Todd Paben 0 comments

Preparing to Gather | December 27, 2015

We are beginning a four week examination of Jesus-centered ministry (1:24-2:8) which is the natural application of Jesus being the core or the center of everything. For the next four weeks we are going to look at how Jesus transforms ministry, and today we will see how a Jesus-centered view of life changes your perspective on tough things, tough times, and tough people. ...Keep Reading

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December 15, 2015 by Todd Paben 0 comments

Preparing to Gather | December 20, 2015

As we continue our Advent series, The Coming King, we will be reading from Matthew 2:12-23 in a sermon titled "The Trails of the King"....Keep Reading

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December 10, 2015 by Todd Paben 0 comments

Preparing to Gather | December 13, 2015

As we continue our Advent series, The Coming King, we will be reading from Matthew 2:1-12 in a sermon titled "The Worship of the King"....Keep Reading

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December 3, 2015 by Todd Paben 0 comments

Preparing to Gather | December 6, 20125

As we continue our Advent series, The Coming King, we will be reading from Matthew 1:18-25 in a sermon titled "The Promise of the King"....Keep Reading

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November 24, 2015 by Todd Paben 0 comments

Preparing to Gather | November 29, 2015

As we begin our new Advent series, The Coming King, we will be reading from Matthew 1:1-17 in a sermon titled "The King's Credentialsl"....Keep Reading

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November 18, 2015 by Todd Paben 0 comments

Preparing to Gather | November 22, 2015

This week we will be studying Colossians 1:21-23 in a sermon titled "Don't Let Go of the Gospel"....Keep Reading

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November 11, 2015 by Todd Paben 0 comments

Preparing to Gather | November 15, 2015

This week we will be studying Colossians 1:19-20 in a sermon titled "Revealing the Grand Plan of Reconciliation"....Keep Reading

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November 3, 2015 by Todd Paben 0 comments

Preparing to Gather | November 8, 2015

We live in a culture that doesn't acknowledge the centrality and sufficiency of Christ. The reality is that many who call themselves Christians do not fully comprehend how central Jesus is in all of creation, and how his centrality should affect every area of our lives. Because of this some believers don't have a solid grasp of the gospel and they're easily shaken when others challenge the exclusive truth claims of Scripture. Other Christians don't live Christ-centered lives, or don't give Him the position of preeminence. This week we will be studying Colossians 1:16-17 in a sermon titled "Jesus Hymn: Sovereign, Source, Savior"....Keep Reading

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October 29, 2015 by Todd Paben 0 comments

Preparing to Gather | November 1, 2015

We live in a culture that doesn't acknowledge the centrality and sufficiency of Christ. The reality is that many who call themselves Christians do not fully comprehend how central Jesus is in all of creation, and how his centrality should affect every area of our lives. Because of this some believers don't have a solid grasp of the gospel and they're easily shaken when others challenge the exclusive truth claims of Scripture. Other Christians don't live Christ-centered lives, or don't give Him the position of preeminence. This week we will be studying Colossians 1:15-16 in a sermon titled "Supreme Over Creation"....Keep Reading

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October 21, 2015 by Todd Paben 0 comments

Preparing to Gather | October 25, 2015

We live in a culture that doesn't acknowledge the centrality and sufficiency of Christ. The reality is that many who call themselves Christians do not fully comprehend how central Jesus is in all of creation, and how his centrality should affect every area of our lives. Because of this some believers don't have a solid grasp of the gospel and they're easily shaken when others challenge the exclusive truth claims of Scripture. Other Christians don't live Christ-centered lives, or don't give Him the position of preeminence. This week we will be studying Colossians 1:9-14 in a sermon titled "A Prayer for People You Love"....Keep Reading

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