Melanie takes us to the question “Why was it necessary for Christ, the Redeemer, to die?” from the New City Catechism. This question takes us to the amazing and wondrous beauty of the Gospel.
Pastor Tim takes us to the question “Why must the Redeemer be truly God?” from the New City Catechism. The question leads us to wrestle with the fullness of who God is and how we can come before him, the subject of this week’s sermon.
Jim takes us to the question “Why must the Redeemer be truly human?” from the New City Catechism. The question helps us to understand how Jesus takes on our sin for us.
Jim takes us to the question “What sort of Redeemer is needed to bring us back to God?” as we start part 2 of the New City Catechism.
Jim takes us to the question “Who is the Redeemer” as we wrap up part 1 of the New City Catechism.
Jim takes us to the question “Is there any way to escape punishment and be brought back into God’s favor?” Where do we find hope after we recognize our situation before God?
Pastor Tim shares that we will be online-only tonight for service. He also takes us to the question “Will God allow our disobedience and idolatry to go unpunished?” What do we do when we face God’s righteous judgment?
Jim takes us to the question “What is Idolatry,” challenging us to think about how we have hidden idols in our heart.
As we near the end of Galatians 5, Paul calls us to live as those without strife. Can we take strife-free living into our communities this New Year?
God calls us to lives of humility, appropriate before the one who humbled Himself even though He deserved not to.