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January 2020 Message Series


 
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Behold the New has Come

Jesus came to make us new – not just a better version of our old selves.

Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, they are a new creation. The old has passed; behold the new has come.(2 Cor 5:17)

During the month of January, let us gather to hear the Word of Jesus, to be renewed by His promises and His gifts of grace. As the world is getting old, decaying and longing for the new, Jesus sends you as His ambassador to proclaim to the world that everything they long for is found in Him.
 

Weekly Message Focus

January 5: A New Perspective
2 Corinthians 4:7-18
Everything we see, and experience, tells us that we and the world around us are getting old. What if, instead of getting older, we and the world around us is getting newer? As life and the world seems to constantly change and accelerate toward the old, let us gain a fresh perspective so that we may not lose heart.
 
January 12: A New That Never Gets Old
2 Corinthians 5:1-10
As soon as we receive something new, immediately it starts to get old. A new baby starts growing up way too fast. New technology becomes old within months. A new job quickly becomes a chore. The promise of Jesus is to make all things new. But here’s the thing – the new He is bringing never gets old.
 
January 19: A New Vision and Mission
2 Corinthians 5:11-15
With a new perspective and excitement for the new that never gets old, now we take this hope and promise of Jesus into a world that only looks at the outward appearance. So, how do we live in a world like that and love the people in it? How do we, in a loving and winsome way, help people see that peace and joy comes not from living for themselves but for the one who for their sake died and was raised?
 
January 26: A New Creation
2 Corinthians 5:16-21
Chapter 5 of 2 Corinthians contains some of the most amazing Gospel truths in all of Scripture. Through the cross and empty tomb of Jesus, we are not just forgiven, saved and set free – we are made a new creation. As His new creation, we are now called to be Rescued Rescuers – Transformed Transformers – Reconciled Reconcilers – Forgiven Forgivers.

January 2020 Message Series


 
Watch Sermon Videos HERE.

Behold the New has Come

Jesus came to make us new – not just a better version of our old selves.

Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, they are a new creation. The old has passed; behold the new has come.(2 Cor 5:17)

During the month of January, let us gather to hear the Word of Jesus, to be renewed by His promises and His gifts of grace. As the world is getting old, decaying and longing for the new, Jesus sends you as His ambassador to proclaim to the world that everything they long for is found in Him.
 

Weekly Message Focus

January 5: A New Perspective
2 Corinthians 4:7-18
Everything we see, and experience, tells us that we and the world around us are getting old. What if, instead of getting older, we and the world around us is getting newer? As life and the world seems to constantly change and accelerate toward the old, let us gain a fresh perspective so that we may not lose heart.
 
January 12: A New That Never Gets Old
2 Corinthians 5:1-10
As soon as we receive something new, immediately it starts to get old. A new baby starts growing up way too fast. New technology becomes old within months. A new job quickly becomes a chore. The promise of Jesus is to make all things new. But here’s the thing – the new He is bringing never gets old.
 
January 19: A New Vision and Mission
2 Corinthians 5:11-15
With a new perspective and excitement for the new that never gets old, now we take this hope and promise of Jesus into a world that only looks at the outward appearance. So, how do we live in a world like that and love the people in it? How do we, in a loving and winsome way, help people see that peace and joy comes not from living for themselves but for the one who for their sake died and was raised?
 
January 26: A New Creation
2 Corinthians 5:16-21
Chapter 5 of 2 Corinthians contains some of the most amazing Gospel truths in all of Scripture. Through the cross and empty tomb of Jesus, we are not just forgiven, saved and set free – we are made a new creation. As His new creation, we are now called to be Rescued Rescuers – Transformed Transformers – Reconciled Reconcilers – Forgiven Forgivers.