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February 2020 Message Series


 
 
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Gospel Themes in Everyday Life

When was the last time you shared the Gospel with another person? Many say the reason they don’t share their faith is because they do not know how. What if it was easier than you think? What if Gospel themes were all around you? What if you could take what you’re already doing – like going to the movies – and begin to see Gospel themes in everyday life? Wouldn’t that be an easier and more fun way to share the Gospel of Jesus?
 
February 2: He Makes A Way Where There’s No Way
Reading: 1 Kings 1:4-10
Movie: Avengers Endgame
Have you ever felt isolated, forgotten and alone? Of course you have. Captain America, the greatest superhero of all time, felt alone. Elijah, the greatest prophet of all time, felt alone. We’ve all felt isolated, forgotten and alone. It is in these moments of isolation when the enemy comes against us but it also in these moments when the Lord reminds us that we’re not alone.

February 9: Faith At Home
Reading: Genesis 25:19-34
Movie: Rise of Skywalker
Who is the hero of most movies? The strongest one? The one with the most talent? The one with the lightsaber? For many, their heroes in life don’t wear capes and aren’t that strong. We don’t call them a superhero or Jedi. We call them parents and grandparents. Are you a parent or a grandparent? Then God has called you to be a hero in someone’s life.

February 16: When You Forgive – You Love
Reading: 1 Peter 4:7-11
Movie: A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood
How did you show someone you love them this weekend? With a heart-shaped box of chocolate and flowers? A fancy dinner? God’s Word calls us to show love like God shows us His love – through forgiveness.

February 23: His Mission is Now My Mission
Reading: Matthew 28: 16-20
Movie: 1917
Have you ever been confronted with a problem and thought, “Not my problem.” The saying goes, “Not my circus, not my monkey.” It would have been so easy for Lance Corporal Scofield to say, “Not my problem.” And yet, the mission of Lance Corporal Blake became Scofield’s mission. What about God’s mission to seek and save the lost? Are we tempted to say, “Not my problem?” In Matthew 28, Jesus says to His Church – including you – that His mission is also your mission.

February 2020 Message Series


 
 
Watch Sermon Videos HERE.
 

Gospel Themes in Everyday Life

When was the last time you shared the Gospel with another person? Many say the reason they don’t share their faith is because they do not know how. What if it was easier than you think? What if Gospel themes were all around you? What if you could take what you’re already doing – like going to the movies – and begin to see Gospel themes in everyday life? Wouldn’t that be an easier and more fun way to share the Gospel of Jesus?
 
February 2: He Makes A Way Where There’s No Way
Reading: 1 Kings 1:4-10
Movie: Avengers Endgame
Have you ever felt isolated, forgotten and alone? Of course you have. Captain America, the greatest superhero of all time, felt alone. Elijah, the greatest prophet of all time, felt alone. We’ve all felt isolated, forgotten and alone. It is in these moments of isolation when the enemy comes against us but it also in these moments when the Lord reminds us that we’re not alone.

February 9: Faith At Home
Reading: Genesis 25:19-34
Movie: Rise of Skywalker
Who is the hero of most movies? The strongest one? The one with the most talent? The one with the lightsaber? For many, their heroes in life don’t wear capes and aren’t that strong. We don’t call them a superhero or Jedi. We call them parents and grandparents. Are you a parent or a grandparent? Then God has called you to be a hero in someone’s life.

February 16: When You Forgive – You Love
Reading: 1 Peter 4:7-11
Movie: A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood
How did you show someone you love them this weekend? With a heart-shaped box of chocolate and flowers? A fancy dinner? God’s Word calls us to show love like God shows us His love – through forgiveness.

February 23: His Mission is Now My Mission
Reading: Matthew 28: 16-20
Movie: 1917
Have you ever been confronted with a problem and thought, “Not my problem.” The saying goes, “Not my circus, not my monkey.” It would have been so easy for Lance Corporal Scofield to say, “Not my problem.” And yet, the mission of Lance Corporal Blake became Scofield’s mission. What about God’s mission to seek and save the lost? Are we tempted to say, “Not my problem?” In Matthew 28, Jesus says to His Church – including you – that His mission is also your mission.