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Current Series

Him We Proclaim

A study on Colossians


This Week's Discussion Questions

Colossians 3:17 says, “whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.”
What does it mean to do everything in the name of the Lord?
Why do you think thankfulness/gratitude are marks for the Christian?

Ch. 3 starts with “If then you have been raised with Christ…”
What does this mean?
Why is it significant that he starts this way?
How often should we remember what Christ has done in our lives?

For many of us, our tendency is to believe that in order for God to love us we have to obey and follow His rules. 
How often do you believe this?
Why is this not true?

Before Paul gets us to the “what” in Ch. 3 he shows us “how” we can actually grow as believers in Jesus and it starts with “seeking the things that are above.”
How do we seek and set?
What are the things in life that remind you that God loves you?
What are the things that make it harder for you to remember that’s true about you?

For all of us, keeping our eyes on Jesus will include these three things: the Scriptures, Sabbath, and Surrounding ourselves with like-minded people.
Which of these do you struggle the most to make a regular part of your life?
What can you do this week to grow in those areas?





Sermon Archive

Him We Proclaim

A study on Colossians


The Series at a Glance

Colossians 3:17 says, “whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.”
What does it mean to do everything in the name of the Lord?
Why do you think thankfulness/gratitude are marks for the Christian?

Ch. 3 starts with “If then you have been raised with Christ…”
What does this mean?
Why is it significant that he starts this way?
How often should we remember what Christ has done in our lives?

For many of us, our tendency is to believe that in order for God to love us we have to obey and follow His rules. 
How often do you believe this?
Why is this not true?

Before Paul gets us to the “what” in Ch. 3 he shows us “how” we can actually grow as believers in Jesus and it starts with “seeking the things that are above.”
How do we seek and set?
What are the things in life that remind you that God loves you?
What are the things that make it harder for you to remember that’s true about you?

For all of us, keeping our eyes on Jesus will include these three things: the Scriptures, Sabbath, and Surrounding ourselves with like-minded people.
Which of these do you struggle the most to make a regular part of your life?
What can you do this week to grow in those areas?





I Am

A Picture of Christ through the Gospel of John


The Series at a Glance

Sunday, August 4th


Easter 2019

Palm Sunday, Good Friday, Easter Sunday


The Series at a Glance

Sunday, April 21st


Easter Series
This is our 2019 Easter Sermon Series including Palm Sunday, Good Friday, and Easter Sunday.

Everyone Needs a King

A Series on the Book of Judges


The Series at a Glance

Everyone Needs a King, is a sermon series through the book of Judges. In this book, we see some of the strangest and most difficult to understand stories of the Bible and yet what is strikingly clear is that our God uses unexpected means to accomplish incredible things. Every single Judge has weaknesses and flaws that prevent them from bringing lasting salvation for the people of God. It leaves us wanting more, and that’s the point. We are a people desperate for a king but not just anyone will do. We need the true king. His name is Jesus.

2019 Standalone Sermons

Do you pray regularly? What are some specific ways that you pray? Using Scripture, prayer journal, etc? Do you have a regular time of praying…


The Series at a Glance

2019


  1. Do you pray regularly?
  2. What are some specific ways that you pray? Using Scripture, prayer journal, etc?
  3. Do you have a regular time of praying prayers of repentance for specific sins in your life?
  4. If prayer is not a spiritual discipline in your life, when are you going to start?
  5. Are we commanded to pray? What are some potential reasons that people don’t pray?
  6. What are some things that we could be missing out on when we don’t pray?

An Unexpected King

Advent Series 2018


The Series at a Glance

December 1st–December 30th, 2018


A Better Way

A Series on Biblical Sexuality


The Series at a Glance

September, 2018 - November, 2018


2018 Standalone Sermons

Here is a collection of our standalone sermons from 2018!


The Series at a Glance

2018


Here is a collection of our standalone sermons from 2018!

Walk By Faith

A Series on Hebrews


The Series at a Glance

May 2018–July 2018


Easter 2018


The Series at a Glance

April 1st, 2018


House Rules

A Series on First Timothy


The Series at a Glance

January, 2018–May, 2018


Rejoice

Advent Series 2017


The Series at a Glance

December 1st–December 30th, 2018


Kingdoms Collide

A Series on Daniel


The Series at a Glance

Summer 2017


Fall & Rising

A Series on Luke


The Series at a Glance

2016–2017


Legacy

A Series on Family


The Series at a Glance

2016


Imitate

A Series on First Thessalonians


The Series at a Glance

2016


Followers

A Series on the S.P.E.C.S.


The Series at a Glance

2016


Abraham

A Study of Genesis


The Series at a Glance

Ruth

A Series on Ruth


The Series at a Glance

2016


Ekklesia

A Study of the Church


The Series at a Glance

2015