Where can you go that is outside of God’s reach? The Psalms promise us that there is no such place. Jesus proves it true in his death. He took on our death so that we could be assured of life. This really changes things. In fact, it changes everything.
Sermon Tag: Preacher: Matt Agresti
"Look! The Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world!” This is what was said of Jesus at the beginning of his work. At the end of his work we see this Lamb slain to accomplish this very purpose. Listen to why this Friday is so good, and how it changed the world forever.
The Passover festival was the great celebration remembering how God freed his people from slavery in Egypt, establishing them anew. On the day before his death, Jesus hosted a new kind of Passover meal. This one looked forward to the day God would free the world from slavery in every form – and change the world - forever.
What is the story that God is writing in your life? Whatever it is, God means to redeem your story and make it be redeeming for others. Hear more here!
God has a mission towards this world, and sometimes we simply have to learn to get out of God's way. Check it out here!
When talking about loving those in your ‘way’ as he taught and modelled for us, Jesus had a simple command for us: go and do likewise. You might be the only “Jesus” people ever meet, so how can you go and do likewise towards the people in your ‘way’? We can do it by embodying God’s love.
Jesus calls us to love people who are disadvantageous for us to love, to invest in outsiders, and to invite them in. It's what we're for, and it's imperative that we're doing it. Are you?
The church exists in the world as God’s people in order to be a blessing to those around – to love where we live. So how can we do that better? It all starts with the story that we live by, the story we tell ourselves, and the story our lives actually tell. So let’s get our stories straight, and be God’s people for the world together!
As Jesus followers, we're called to love people who we don't naturally love. How can we love like that? How do we get over our hurdles so we can go and love where we live? Check out this message, and hear how you can keep pursuing The Only Thing That Counts!
Jesus calls us to love other "just as I have loved you". It's quite a call. Check out this engaging sermon for a helpful way to think about that "just as" love, as well as a helpful question to ask yourself when you don't know what to do or how to do it.