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The invitation of Jesus to get out of the boat is an opportunity to respond in worship.
Fear keeps us in the boat. Jesus invites us to trust Him and to not be afraid.
The invitation of Jesus is to “come” into a relationship with Him.
Responding to the call of Jesus begins with one word. Trust.
Jesus calls us to “Come”. What does it mean to get out of the boat?
To follow Christ, we must learn to love like God...and that includes learning to love our enemies.
If we want to be healthy—in our families and in our churches—we can't organize around dysfunction.
Our primary purpose is not to understand how God works in peoples' hearts. Our goal is to plant seeds and water them…and trust in God with the rest.
When you accumulate too much baggage, it’s time to get rid of some things.
Jesus came to give us hope from our past and hope for the future.
What God has to say about remembering Him and His son, Jesus Christ
Explaining our core value of lining in community through small groups
What Jesus has to say to us today.
What is our plan in moving forward? Listen to this presentation from our Growing Young Task Force.
Audio from video begins @ 00:00; Sermon begins @ 02:40; Elder comments begin @ 33.56
Here is the video we played before Ritchie got up to speak. In it you can see the members of our Growing Young Task Force, and the conclusions of their work:
Taking the next step in our life’s journey
The only way to have access to God is through the blood of Jesus.
Many times we listen to the wrong voices. The blood of Jesus speaks of better things on our behalf.
It’s important to match the cleansing agent with the stain. The blood of Jesus cleanses our sin stains.