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August 4, 2019
As we continue our Isaiah series, we explore God’s invitation to each of us—one to a life that will satisfy our soul far greater than any earthly fulfillment. If you’re living in captivity rather than freedom, there’s a better way through a standing, open invitation from God.
July 28, 2019
Has a problem in your life ever been resolved in an unexpected way? Pastor Tim Hawks continues our series in Isaiah 32-53 to show how Jesus was used as the suffering servant of God that solved the problems of our sins and hurts with His death and resurrection.
July 7, 2019
Have you ever wondered that if there is a God, why doesn’t He fix this clearly messed up world? Pastor Tim Hawkscontinues our series on Isaiah in chapters 34-35 to show that it is through God’s judgment of the world that will in the end bring the restoration to those who follow Christ.
June 16, 2019
We all have something in our past that we regret, something that we wish never happened. Pastor Mark Canada continues our series on Isaiah to show in chapters 7 – 9 that like us Israel had a dark past filled with failure, but that there is hope for the future for everyone in God’s plan.
June 9, 2019
Today, Pastor Tim explores Isaiah 6. Have you ever truly encountered God, with blinders off and full focus on Him? If you have, you’ll know it because you can’t help but go on mission with and for HIm. When God is the central figure of our lives, we recognize that we are more unworthy than we can ever imagine, but more loved than we could ever hope, and that changes everything.
June 2, 2019
Pastor Tim begins the Isaiah Series by looking at Isaiah 1-5. As we go through life, are we disrespecting God, leaving him on the side lines? We cannot both honor God and ignore him; respecting God means having a relationship with Him and knowing our identity in and through Him.