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It is hard to think of Jesus as a baby, born of Mary, but even harder to think of Jesus growing up as children do. Our Lord grew and became strong not only in body as a man but in wisdom and the favor of His heavenly Father who sent Him. He is a pattern of our own call to grow up into Christ, our Head, leaving behind the childish ways of unbelief and rebellion, and learning the path of faith and obedience from Him. - Pastor Barkett
Week 1: January 5 - "Do Good"
Week 2: January 12 "Go Deeper"
Week 3: January 19 "It's Personal"
Stories of God’s dealings with His people can never be sanitized or idealized. The Lord finds His people to be stubborn, rebellious, and forgetful. In the history of Israel is the pattern for God’s mercy to the Church and the reason why, when we gather, we recount God’s mighty acts of deliverance. The Lord works to forgive us, restore us, and remind us of what He has done to save us. Now more than ever, we are gravely tempted to doubt, despair, and be disillusioned. We see a world filled with great tragedy and sorrow. But even amid the uncertainty, we can testify to the Lord’s gracious will and His power to rescue, redeem, and comfort His people with His grace in Jesus, our Savior.
When God comes to save, everything changes. The prophet Isaiah writes that it would be like the desert turning green or as people’s lives being turned around. When Jesus came, for many who were blind, deaf, and leprous, everything changed in an instant as they were healed. We were certainly changed when God adopts us as His children and completely forgiven as Christ comes in His first Advent. In our joy we can wait patiently, knowing when our Lord returns in His second Advent, though He will come as Judge, Isaiah promises, “He will come and save you.” Saved from sin, death, and the power of the Devil: that changes everything!
December - "Vintage Christmas 1-4"
It is easy to feel intimidated, inadequate or ill-equipped to be a part of God’s mission to make disciples of all nations. But the book of Acts says Jesus’ disciples were just like us, ordinary men and women who became world-changers through Him (Acts 4:13). He took them with Him and, along the way, they gained real experience in the art of disciple-making. We will be looking at how Jesus calls us to notice people. - Pastor Barkett
Week 1: October 13 - "Notice People"
Week 2: October 20 - "Listen"
Week 3: October 27 - "Curiosity"
Week 4: November 3 - "You're Welcome"
Week 5: November 10 - "Generosity - Vol. 1"
Week 6: November 17 - "Generosity 2.0"
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