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Sermon Series

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Sunday, Dec. 9 - Zechariah & Elizabeth

Erin Padgett

 Mary and Joseph were not the only couple angels appeared to who conceived a miraculous child. Elizabeth was old and barren, and Zechariah was too. Because Zechariah doubted and wanted proof he was struck dumb. Late in life we think things are set and we are needing to accept the way things are. Then God happens. Suddenly there is a new chapter. The couple was assured this would be a good thing.  My hope for you this Sunday in the changing chapters of life, is that you believe in the power of God to take the life you have and add another chapter.

Luke 1:5-18
Dr. John M. Stephenson

Sunday, Nov. 25 - The In-Between Space

Erin Padgett

One of the main theories of defining Jesus is based on this scripture. Jesus “emptied himself” to be among us. Sabbath is another great theme of holiness and a day to keep “empty” so that God can fill it. Remembering the Sabbath and keeping it holy isn’t just about a day in the week. It is leaving space for God. It becomes effortless over time as you and God get closer (less space between you and more capacity (emptiness) within you. As we come to the “space between” Thanksgiving and the Christmas Season known in the Church as Advent, I pray that you might find capacity, effortlessness, holiness, and more than enough.

Philippians 2:7
Dr. John M. Stephenson

Sunday, Nov. 18 - Fault versus Responsibility

Erin Padgett

The mystery of Atonement is an apt meditation as we prepare for the Holiday Season. Having tucked away Halloween and cleaned up the aisles in the grocery store of pumpkins and candy, we prepare for Thanksgiving and Christmas. If we can understand Jesus we can understand “Christlike”. It we can get our head around that, the main ambition of the Christian, (to be like Him) can become clear. My prayer for you for the holidays is that being “Christlike” becomes clear to you and doable.

Isaiah 53:5
Dr. John M. Stephenson