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Jan 24, 2021
With Sinners
Series: At the Table
Luke 56:27-39
 
A look at the meals Jesus shared with people in the Gospel of Luke. We'll use this lens of the table as a lens to explore the Gospel together. The focus of this series will be on incarnational theology. We will highlight the personal and relational focus of Jesus and its implications for us as a community of faith.
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  • Jan 24, 2021With Sinners
    Jan 24, 2021
    With Sinners
    Series: At the Table
    Luke 56:27-39
     
    A look at the meals Jesus shared with people in the Gospel of Luke. We'll use this lens of the table as a lens to explore the Gospel together. The focus of this series will be on incarnational theology. We will highlight the personal and relational focus of Jesus and its implications for us as a community of faith.
  • Jan 17, 2021Emmaus
    Jan 17, 2021
    Emmaus
    Series: At the Table
    Luke 24:13-35
     
    A look at the meals Jesus shared with people in the Gospel of Luke. We'll use this lens of the table as a lens to explore the Gospel together. The focus of this series will be on incarnational theology. We will highlight the personal and relational focus of Jesus and its implications for us as a community of faith.
  • Jan 11, 2021Remember the Best
    Jan 11, 2021
    Remember the Best
    Series: Sermons
    Matthew 2:1-12
     
    Advent's Founding Pastor Dave Schieber looks back at Advent's history to remember the best of our church and to look forward into this fourth chapter of Advent's life with excitement and optimism. We look forward to welcoming our new Head Pastor, Caz Minter and to step boldly into Advent's future of ministry together.
  • Jan 3, 2021Bored Well
    Jan 3, 2021
    Bored Well
    Series: Sermons
    Galatians 6:7-10
    The Gospel paves the way for us to embrace boredom in order to be effective for God's call.
  • Dec 27, 2020You Did It
    Dec 27, 2020
    You Did It
    Series: Sermons
    Micah 6:8
    Despite everything that 2020 has thrown your way you still made it with God's help. Take Micah 6:8 as a charge as you enter the new year. And what does the Lord require of us? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with our God.
  • Dec 24, 2020Significant Purpose
    Dec 24, 2020
    Significant Purpose
    Series: Fulfilled
    Isaiah 61
     
    We find our significance and calling in this world by following the One who came to proclaim good news.
     
    The suspense and excitement of awaiting the fulfillment of a promise is a pure and beautiful thing. The story of the Bible shows us that God's typical way of relating to humanity is through promises. And praise God for His faithfulness in fulfilling them. As we explore the story of Israel in the Old Testament, we see promise after promise for a Messiah targeting the deepest desires of Israel. Israel's desires are naturally the desires of every human. So when 2 Corinthians 1:20 says that Christ is the "yes" and "amen" of all of God's promises, that means God has been faithful in bringing about fulfillment for the longings of Israel and humanity with the birth of Christ. This advent season, we explore the book of Isaiah to see the promises of God for our deepest desires and how the fulfillment arrives in Christ.
  • Dec 20, 2020Untiring Justice
    Dec 20, 2020
    Untiring Justice
    Series: Fulfilled
    Isaiah 42:1-9
     
    Christ has come to faithfully bring forth justice; He will not tire until it is complete.
     
    The suspense and excitement of awaiting the fulfillment of a promise is a pure and beautiful thing. The story of the Bible shows us that God's typical way of relating to humanity is through promises. And praise God for His faithfulness in fulfilling them. As we explore the story of Israel in the Old Testament, we see promise after promise for a Messiah targeting the deepest desires of Israel. Israel's desires are naturally the desires of every human. So when 2 Corinthians 1:20 says that Christ is the "yes" and "amen" of all of God's promises, that means God has been faithful in bringing about fulfillment for the longings of Israel and humanity with the birth of Christ. This advent season, we explore the book of Isaiah to see the promises of God for our deepest desires and how the fulfillment arrives in Christ.
  • Dec 13, 2020Gracious Guidance
    Dec 13, 2020
    Gracious Guidance
    Series: Fulfilled
    Isaiah 30:18-22
     
    Jesus is the gracious Teacher who forgives us when we go astray and leads us in His way.
     
    The suspense and excitement of awaiting the fulfillment of a promise is a pure and beautiful thing. The story of the Bible shows us that God's typical way of relating to humanity is through promises. And praise God for His faithfulness in fulfilling them. As we explore the story of Israel in the Old Testament, we see promise after promise for a Messiah targeting the deepest desires of Israel. Israel's desires are naturally the desires of every human. So when 2 Corinthians 1:20 says that Christ is the "yes" and "amen" of all of God's promises, that means God has been faithful in bringing about fulfillment for the longings of Israel and humanity with the birth of Christ. This advent season, we explore the book of Isaiah to see the promises of God for our deepest desires and how the fulfillment arrives in Christ.
  • Dec 6, 2020Pure Peace
    Dec 6, 2020
    Pure Peace
    Series: Fulfilled
    Isaiah 11:1-10
     
    With Christ's righteous reign comes security and reconciliation.
     
    The suspense and excitement of awaiting the fulfillment of a promise is a pure and beautiful thing. The story of the Bible shows us that God's typical way of relating to humanity is through promises. And praise God for His faithfulness in fulfilling them. As we explore the story of Israel in the Old Testament, we see promise after promise for a Messiah targeting the deepest desires of Israel. Israel's desires are naturally the desires of every human. So when 2 Corinthians 1:20 says that Christ is the "yes" and "amen" of all of God's promises, that means God has been faithful in bringing about fulfillment for the longings of Israel and humanity with the birth of Christ. This advent season, we explore the book of Isaiah to see the promises of God for our deepest desires and how the fulfillment arrives in Christ.
    Fulfilled: Jesus, the Hope of Every Promise
  • Nov 29, 2020Uninhibited Joy
    Nov 29, 2020
    Uninhibited Joy
    Series: Fulfilled
    Isaiah 9:2-7
     
    The coming of Christ multiplies our joy and disintegrates the enemies of joy.
     
    The suspense and excitement of awaiting the fulfillment of a promise is a pure and beautiful thing. The story of the Bible shows us that God's typical way of relating to humanity is through promises. And praise God for His faithfulness in fulfilling them. As we explore the story of Israel in the Old Testament, we see promise after promise for a Messiah targeting the deepest desires of Israel. Israel's desires are naturally the desires of every human. So when 2 Corinthians 1:20 says that Christ is the "yes" and "amen" of all of God's promises, that means God has been faithful in bringing about fulfillment for the longings of Israel and humanity with the birth of Christ. This advent season, we explore the book of Isaiah to see the promises of God for our deepest desires and how the fulfillment arrives in Christ.