Jesus longs for salvation’s message and hope to spread far and wide. He faced a violent and organized opposition who wanted to keep Him away, yet He was determined to go to Jerusalem to finish the task of saving lost men.
We remember the death, burial, and resurrection of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ in song, word and by partaking of the communion elements together.
Is Christmas just about the past and the traditions we love to observe? Or is there more for us to consider today?
The greatest need we have is getting unshackled from our burden of sin. We think its other things like jobs, family or healing. Jesus meets our greatest needs; the world would rather just throw us away and bury us under our sins.
When will we leave this world and all of its trouble for the next where all that bothers us leaves forever? No one knows, Jesus challenges His disciples to live in a state of constant readiness. Are we ready to stand in His presence forever?
Greed is a universal struggle, whether we have much or little. We are called to live lives of contentment whatever God may give us. It is only in Heaven where we will no longer suffering hunger or thirst and where resources abound.
Foretelling His disciples that the crowds can deceive. Persecution was coming and He wanted to prepare them for the reality that the world is against them. For us too, we need to remember that God will take care of us and give us what we need at just the right time.
In a series of woes cast upon the unbelief of the Pharisees, Jesus exposes the common problems of those who cling to religion over faith. If Jesus visited us today, would we hear well done or woes? Are we a people of faith or a people of religion?
In their blind hatred of Jesus, the Pharisees expose themselves not as godly men but as blind blasphemers who refuse to acknowledge the Hand of God in Jesus’ ministry.
Join us as Pastor Dave Lunsford of Baptist Network Northwest (BNN) updates us on God's work throughout BNN and beyond.
Our first pastor, Dan Lofgren joins us to share God's work in Togo, West Africa.
Jesus is a prayer, His disciples wanted to know how to pray as well. Jesus gives a simple pattern prayer that we know as the “Lord’s Prayer”.
Which is better to serve or to worship? Jesus says that the best is to worship. We can get so busy in our service that we fail to worship and just complain about those not doing enough. We are not to be lazy and not refuse to help, but we need to check our attitudes towards work and service.
We will be live streaming the music worship portion of our service today and will then be spending time in corporate prayer (offline). This will be a great time for you to pray at home and/or catch up on a past sermon you may have missed.If you have a prayer request, please submit it in the comments.
Who is our neighbor? How are we to treat one another? Should we ever feel superior to another? The lawyer couldn’t even say the word Samaritan, yet the Samaritan treated a wounded man better than the religious ones did. Wo would we be in this story?
Spreading out before His coming, Jesus sends out advance scouts to proclaim His coming. He sends us out in similar fashion before His return to proclaim His soon coming again!
As humans, we are by nature ambitious. Who wants to be second, or worst last? Ambition can lead us down paths of sinful arrogance at others expense. Following Jesus requires us to follow not lead, to give up not gain.
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