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"In the family of God, none of us are to be left out of the work of God." This week Brett continued with our series in Nehemiah, focusing on Nehemiah 2:17-20, and chapters 3 and 4. He explained how in this section of Scripture, the entirety of the nation was coming together to build the wall and there were four main characteristics of the project: …
 
"Our prayers shape our beliefs" This week Lew discussed Matthew 6:1-15, the Lord's Prayer, and posed the question, "Why do we struggle with prayer?" Three possible answers that he gave for this question were: 1. We don't know what to say 2. We don't believe it's effectual 3. We run out of things to say Lew also explained the Lord's Prayer by breaki…
 
"For Jesus followers, our posture of rule is radically different." This week, Jerell taught on Mark 10: 32-40, and how it follows a similar pattern of Mark 8:31-35, and Mark 9:30-34: 1. Jesus teaches that He is about to suffer 2. The disciples react poorly 3. Jesus makes it a teachable moment on what it means to follow Him…
 
"The biggest issue with sin, is that it separates us from our Creator." This week, Brett walked us through the story of Easter and gave three reasons why the resurrection is important: 1. It confirms that God's word is His bond (His word is perfect) -Mark 8: 31-32 -Mark 9:31 -Mark 10:32-33 2. It confirms that God's plan was accomplished -1 Corinthi…
 
"We love our neighbors best, by proclaiming the good news of Jesus Christ." This week with continued with our series through Ezra and Nehemiah, focusing on Ezra, chapters 3 and 4. In regard to chapter 3, Brett explained how when we focus on what God has called us to do, we can set aside our differences, and that if we hang on too tightly to traditi…
 
"As followers of Jesus, we are called to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ." This week, Brett started our new series on Ezra and Nehemiah, starting off with the historical background in Jeremiah and 2 Chronicles. Jeremiah 25:1-12 2 Chronicles 36:6-23 Jeremiah 28: 3-4 Jeremiah 29:4-13بقلم Brett Gilchrist
 
"It's the parent's job to help the child be obedient." This week in our Kingdom Legacy series, Brett discussed the process of parenting, citing Ephesians 6:1-4 and Hebrews 12:5-11. In regards to discipline, he explained these principles: 1. Whatever discipline measures you use, should be effective in the short term 2. Discipline measures should evo…
 
"We are to teach God's Word diligently to our children." This week, Brett started our new series on parenting, referencing Genesis 1:24-28; Genesis 2: 15-25; Deuteronomy 5:1-21; Deuteronomy 6:1-9; and Deuteronomy 6:20-21. Brett explained that God's first recorded act was to create an environment for man to succeed, and the second thing He did was c…
 
There's no doubt, every family has its baggage. This is especially true for some of the most well know people in Scripture. Walking through Joseph's life, Jerell shows us what it looks like to deal with some of the ways sin has infected the family unity. In preparation for our Kingdom Legacy series we see an example in Joseph that can lead us to re…
 
"Faith is the means by which we receive eternal life and preservation." We continued our series through Hebrews 11 this week, with Sean focusing on verse 20, which reads, "By faith Isaac invoked future blessings on Jacob and Esau." We read through Genesis 25:19-34 and Genesis 27:1-40 which helped provide: 1. Context 2. Background text 3. Meaning 4.…
 
"Salvation is never a result of works, it is always a result of faith." For the last several weeks, we've been going through a series on faith, while reading Hebrews chapter 11. We continued with that series this week, but focused instead on Genesis 13 through 18 on the story of Abraham: Genesis 13: We see Lot's character develop Genesis 14: Sodom …
 
"The obedience that we are all called to, is to walk with God." This week, Brett continued with our series on faith in Hebrews chapter 11. We focused on Hebrews 11:5-7, which reads, "By faith Enoch was taken up so that he should not see death, and he was not found, because God had taken him. Now before he was taken he was commended as having please…
 
"Salvation is not a reward for the righteous, but a gift for the guilty." This week, Brett discussed the timeline leading up to the birth of Jesus, and what it was like from the perspectives of Mary and Joseph. We read Luke 1:26-47 (focuses on Mary), Matthew 1:18-25 (focuses on Joseph), Luke 2:1-7, and Matthew 2;1-23.…
 
"It's not as much about the offering, as it is about the heart." This week, Brett continued with his series on Hebrews 11, and discussed verse 4 , which reads, "By faith Abel offered to God a more acceptable sacrifice than Cain, through which he was commended as righteous, God commending him by accepting his gifts. And through his faith, though he …
 
This week, Brett continued with our series on Hebrews 11, and discussed verse 3, which reads, "By faith we understand that the universe was created by the word of God, so that what is seen was not made out of things that are visible." This verse tells us that God spoke time into existence and that what is, hasn't always been. The author is also tel…
 
"Faith is taking God at His word." This week Brett started his sermon series on Hebrews 11, and discussed the different types of faith and what faith demands of us. He explained there are three different types of faith: 1. faith in a great dream 2. faith in a great plan 3. faith in a great God He also explained what faith demands: 1. We believe God…
 
"In order to be obedient, we need to be reminded." This week, Lew discussed Deuteronomy 6:4-9, how we live in a culture that trains us, and that through time and repetition we need to teach ourselves the way of Jesus. Lew explained the passage in this way: Verse 4: Israel receives a command to listen Verse 5: Another command to love the Lord with t…
 
"Jesus and His authority go before you." This week we finished our sermon series on the Practices of Discipleship, and Brett discussed how we are to make disciples. He cited Matthew 28:16-20, which tells that Jesus has all authority (v.18), we are to go and make disciples (v.19), and we are to baptize (v.19). Brett also referenced Colossians 1:28-2…
 
"Making a disciple involves communication of the Gospel." This week, we continued with our Practices of Discipleship series, and Brett discussed the practice of Evangelism, citing 1 Corinthians 15:1-8. He also referenced 2 Corinthians 5:20-21, which says, "Therefore, we are ambassadors for Christ, God making his appeal through us. We implore you on…
 
"Formation requires knowledge of Christ and knowledge of self, both Christ-awareness and self-awareness." We continued with our Practices of Discipleship series this week, and Jerell discussed the practice of Formation, citing Ephesians 2:1-10. He explained how this passage of Scripture is divided into two sections. Verses 1-3 are an honest descrip…
 
"For a follower of Jesus there is no distinction between our love of God and our treatment of other people." We continued with our Practices of Discipleship series this week, and Jerell talked about the practice of Compassion, citing Luke 10:25-37 (The Parable of the Good Samaritan). He explained that compassion requires two things: Proximity (vers…
 
"If you're serious about being a disciple, if you're serious about building practices into your life and wanting to change, the community of believers is essential in that process." This week, we continued with our Practices of Discipleship series and Brett discussed the practice of Community and how it affects us as we seek to be disciples of Jesu…
 
"Salvation is the restoration of the broken relationship that humanity had with God, and we are restored to the love of the Father through our union with His Son." We continued with our Practices of Discipleship series this week with a sermon from Jerell discussing the practice of communion. He taught on John 15:1-17 and explained how this passage …
 
"It is only in Jesus that someone comes to have knowledge of God." This week, Sean continued with our new Practices of Discipleship series, and discussed the practice of learning. He focused on Matthew 11:25-30 and explained that, "Human intellect does not expose the presence of the Kingdom;" God reveals it to those He chooses. We also learned that…
 
"This isn't a command for the faint of heart. It demands that we love God with every ounce of our being every moment we draw breath." This week, we started our new series, "Practices of Discipleship," and Brett discussed the practice of following Jesus. He started in Mark 12:28-31 (The Greatest Commandment), which calls us to "love the Lord your Go…
 
This week, Brett concluded our series through the book of Hebrews, discussing Hebrews 13:20-21. He explained how benedictions "remind us where we've been and where we're to go." From this section of Hebrews, he drew these points: 1. "the God of peace" (v.20) -"God has done everything He can to provide peace for us now." 2. "who brought up from the …
 
"We're called to worship with passion, work with conviction, obey with faith, and pray with purpose." This week, Brett continued with our series through the book of Hebrews, focusing on Hebrews 13:15-19, and identified four practices that "help our relationship with God move beyond the head, into the heart, and out the hands and feet." They are: 1.…
 
This week, Jerell discussed Psalm 133, which is one of the Psalms of Ascent, and the importance of "dwelling in unity"(Verse 1) as a church body. During his sermon, Jerell explained three ways we can strive toward this call from Verse 1: 1. Choosing identity over independence 2. Choosing community over commodity 3. Choosing presence over productivi…
 
"We will live in the city of God in a house built by the hands of Jesus." Brett continued with our series through the book of Hebrews, discussing Hebrews 13:7-14, how we should walk with purpose not perfection, and then explained each of the verses in this passage. Verse 7: We should follow those who teach the Word of God and imitate their faith -W…
 
This week, Sean discussed Matthew 5:38-48, and posed the question, "How do we love unlovable people?" He explained how in this passage, Jesus is addressing retaliation and how laws surrounding the subject were being misinterpreted by Scribes and Pharisees. Sean then went on to explain five guiding principles on how to love unlovable people: 1. Two …
 
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