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Divine guidance leads to joy

How do the parables about the hidden treasure and the invaluable pearl relate to Jesus? In July 26, 2020’s sermon, Pastor Mark Rosenau provides some striking parallels. He also shares that by focusing on life’s blessings, rather than discomfort, can lead us to great joy. 

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Sowing the good seed

Parables are described as an earthly story with a Heavenly meaning. In July 19, 2020’s sermon, Joseph Haggas shares how the Parable of the Weeds (Matthew 13:24-30) can serve as a parallel in the lives of Christians. Through hope in Jesus we can grow in our faith and prosper.   

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Losing your life

What exactly does Jesus mean when he asks, “You need to lose your life to find it?” During June 28, 2020’s sermon, Pr. Mark Rosenau discusses the trials and tribulations Jesus’ early followers faced as they ministered to the people. It’s a message of hope that resonates today in our world of sin.     

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Grace God freely gives

The sermon on June 14, 2020 focuses on God’s goodness and love for the Israelites in the Old Testament that continues for all of us today. God’s grace is given freely regardless of whether we are deserving of it. It also points us back to Jesus who remains faithful to forgive. Let’s celebrate and share with others about the goodness and love of God. 

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Lesson on sparrows

Happy Father’s Day! In June 21, 2020’s sermon, Jesus uses simple examples found in nature to teach deep lessons about faith and trust. Pastor Mark Rosenau talks about the example of sparrows Jesus uses, a bird with little value, to educate us on how God values us. 

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Celebrating Pentecost

Jesus said of the Holy Spirit that “Streams of living water flow through us.” May He flow lovingly and boldly as we worship and serve Jesus Christ. Listen to May 31, 2020’s Pentecost worship celebration.   

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