incarnation

The God Who Looks Like Jesus

Sermon Title: The God Who Looks Like Jesus
Scripture Reading: Luke 9:51-56; John 14:5-9, Hebrews 1:1-3

Jesus is what God is like and what God has always been like. But unfortunately, many people have allowed competing portraits of God to negatively shape their lives. Current brain research has found that distorted images and negative concepts of God lead us to unhealthy patterns of self-defeating behaviors and toxic relationships. In The God Who Looks Like Jesus, Pastor David challenges us to align our thoughts about God to reflect what has been fully revealed in Christ.

Worship Resources:
sermon slides
August 6 bulletin
small group discussion questions

Ancient Words (5 of 5)

Sermon Series: Ancient Words
Sermon Title: Immanuel Has Come (5 of 5)
Scripture Reading: Isaiah 7:10-16; Matthew 1:20-25; John 1:14

The prophet Isaiah told King Ahaz that the birth and naming of a son “Immanuel” (God with us) would be a sign that God is coming to deliver and restore his people. Who is the young woman? Who is the child? Is there anything unique about this birth? Are we really to believe that Jesus was born of a virgin? And what difference does it make for us today?

In Immanuel Has Come (5 of 5), Pastor David concludes our series with the virgin birth and the most controversial Messianic prophecy in the Bible. 

Worship Resources:
sermon slides
small group discussion questions
December 25 bulletin