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Message: “Crowing Rooster” from Pastor Dan Trempala

Pastor Micah Miller - April 12, 2020

He is Risen

He is Risen, Indeed, Alleluia! Those are such magical words that we have not heard since the Sunday before our journey began on Ash Wednesday. Today we let those words ring loudly as our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ has defied sin, death, and the devil. There is no greater day nor greater celebration in the Church year than Easter, as this is the day that Jesus reminds us how much He loves us, and the lengths He will go to have a righteous relationship with us; yes, even you! He is Risen. He is Risen, Indeed, Alleluia! Reading: Matthew 28:1-10 | Other Readings: Jeremiah 31:1-6; Colossians 3:1-4

From Series: "The Sounds of Lent"

COME AND LISTEN TO THE SOUNDS OF LENT Do you know what is rare in our world today? Listening. Everyone seems to be talking and not listening. Lent is a season to hear from God. To hear how desperate we are and how sufficient He is. This season, we invite you to listen to the Word in a deeper way. To hear the Word of the Gospel not simply as words on a page in an old book but as the true story of what God has accomplished for you. Come and listen to the Sounds of Lent.

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Message: “Crowing Rooster” from Pastor Dan Trempala

Pastor Micah Miller - April 12, 2020

He is Risen

He is Risen, Indeed, Alleluia! Those are such magical words that we have not heard since the Sunday before our journey began on Ash Wednesday. Today we let those words ring loudly as our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ has defied sin, death, and the devil. There is no greater day nor greater celebration in the Church year than Easter, as this is the day that Jesus reminds us how much He loves us, and the lengths He will go to have a righteous relationship with us; yes, even you! He is Risen. He is Risen, Indeed, Alleluia! Reading: Matthew 28:1-10 | Other Readings: Jeremiah 31:1-6; Colossians 3:1-4

From Series: "The Sounds of Lent"

COME AND LISTEN TO THE SOUNDS OF LENT Do you know what is rare in our world today? Listening. Everyone seems to be talking and not listening. Lent is a season to hear from God. To hear how desperate we are and how sufficient He is. This season, we invite you to listen to the Word in a deeper way. To hear the Word of the Gospel not simply as words on a page in an old book but as the true story of what God has accomplished for you. Come and listen to the Sounds of Lent.

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