Mar 26, 2017
The cross and our Worship AM 3-26-17
When you consider the cross, how do you respond? Does it change you? Does it affect the way you live, think, and love? Over the past three weeks, we have been considering the cross and its effect on us all. In this sermon, we look at Mark 14:1-9 and we see a woman that responded to the cross in one of the greatest ways possible: worship. 
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  • Mar 26, 2017The cross and our Worship AM 3-26-17
    Mar 26, 2017
    The cross and our Worship AM 3-26-17
    When you consider the cross, how do you respond? Does it change you? Does it affect the way you live, think, and love? Over the past three weeks, we have been considering the cross and its effect on us all. In this sermon, we look at Mark 14:1-9 and we see a woman that responded to the cross in one of the greatest ways possible: worship. 
  • Mar 19, 2017The Cross, the King, and the Call 031917am
    Mar 19, 2017
    The Cross, the King, and the Call 031917am
    When Jesus came into Jerusalem for the last time, He came in to the cries of, "Hosanna! Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord". However, just a few days later, the crowd would change their message to, "Crucify him!" Why? Because there were three types of people in the crowd that day: The Pharisees that rejected Him, the crowd that were looking for the prospect of profit, and the people that respected Him as Lord and Savior. The rejecters and the prospectors, when they Jesus turned out to be different than they expected, changed their message. But those who respected Jesus for who He truly was followed Him to the end. Find out which category you find yourself in.
  • Mar 12, 2017Measuring Greatness in View of the Cross 031217AM
    Mar 12, 2017
    Measuring Greatness in View of the Cross 031217AM
    With Easter just a few Sundays away, we find that we are beginning to contemplate many things concerning our faith. One of the greatest things that we begin to contemplate is the cross. In this series, we are looking at the road Jesus took in the last few days before surrendering His life with a desire to view our own lives in the context of the cross. When life is understood in context of the cross, we find that everything changes.