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  • LENT 2015: Scandal (Series Summary & Week 1)

    LENT 2015: Scandal (Week 1)

    February 18:  The Plot  Podcast

    (Matthew 26:1-5) The chief priests and elders?! The high priest?! During the Passover?! Kill the Son of Man?! The Pharisees' plot was what got the ball rolling on possibly the greatest scandal the world has ever known. Sadly plots to sin like this still happen today in our lives as we plot and scheme to sin against God. Thankfully we know of the gracious plot the Trinity had before time began and put into action to redeem us from our sins.  

    LENT 2015: Scandal (Series Summary)

    • February 18:  The Plot
    • February 25:  The Betrayal
    • March 4:  The Arrest
    • March 11:  The Trial
    • March 18:  The Decision
    • March 25:  The Plea
    • April 2 (Maundy Thursday):  The Towel
    • April 3 (Good Friday):  The Curtain
    • April 5 (Easter Sunday):  The Empty Tomb

    The President did what?!? The pastor said what?!? Our military did what to the prisoners?! The priest did what to the children?! To me, scandals aren’t just bad things because some bad things we expect to happen. Scandals deal with things we didn’t see coming, things that “shouldn’t” happen the way they do. The events of Jesus’ suffering and death would definitely qualify. But as we know there is more to this scandal than what transpired in Jerusalem 2,000 years ago. The scandal includes us all! Sadly it is the scandal of our sin that caused all that Jesus endured. Yet even greater is the scandal that is God’s grace, his undeserved love for us, that caused him to send his Son, Jesus. During this season of Lent we will unpack The Scandal that took place 2,000 years ago and it’s significance for us still today.

  • Be Mine (Week 2)

    Be Mine (Week 2)

    February 15:  Be Mine As A Disciple  Notes / Podcast

    It's easy to follow when you trust the leader! And Jesus was and is a leader worth following. As He began his ministry He chose ordinary people to share an extraordinary message. He calls you too. He calls you to be His disciples and says, "Come follow me and I will make you fishers for people." Will you follow?  

  • Be Mine (Series Summary & Week 1)

    Be Mine (Week 1)

    February 8:  Be Mine Through Baptism  Notes / Podcast

    "This is what the Lord says— he who created you, he who formed you: 'Do not fear, for I have redeemed you; I have summoned you by name; you are mine.'" (Isaiah 43:1) Any baptism is special, but it's also very personal. As we look at the baptism of Jesus, we remember our own and rejoice that we are God's dearly loved child.  

    Be Mine (Series Summary)

    • February 8:  Be Mine Through Baptism
    • February 15:  Be Mine As A Disciple
    • February 22:  Be Mine Through Forgiveness

    Do you pay attention to the message inscribed on those little Valentine candy hearts? While each saying is unique, they all remind us of love! In this series, God has a message for those He loves. He says to us, "Be Mine!" In three separate accounts from the gospel of Mark, God's love is on display as he says, "Be Mine!" through baptism, as his disciple and through His forgiveness.

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