Jun 26, 2016
The Christian’s Call – Children’s Version
Based on 1 Kings 19:14­-21
 
Without a call from God our lives have no purpose, meaning or direction. Just as God called Elisha he has called us. His call means he loves and uses us despite our failures. He forgives us and gives our life meaning.
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  • Jun 26, 2016The Christian’s Call – Children’s Version
    Jun 26, 2016
    The Christian’s Call – Children’s Version
    Based on 1 Kings 19:14­-21
     
    Without a call from God our lives have no purpose, meaning or direction. Just as God called Elisha he has called us. His call means he loves and uses us despite our failures. He forgives us and gives our life meaning.
  • Jun 19, 2016June 19th, 2016 – COL Sermon
    Jun 19, 2016
    June 19th, 2016 – COL Sermon
     
  • Jun 19, 2016June 19th, 2016 – COL Children’s Sermon
    Jun 19, 2016
    June 19th, 2016 – COL Children’s Sermon
     
  • Jun 12, 2016Sit at Jesus’ Feet
    Jun 12, 2016
    Sit at Jesus’ Feet
    Based on Luke 7:36-50
     
    Many people have spent time at Jesus’ feet. When we join them, we find a place to lay down our sins, hear forgiveness and discover our purpose in life.
  • Jun 12, 2016Sit at Jesus’ Feet – Children’s Version
    Jun 12, 2016
    Sit at Jesus’ Feet – Children’s Version
    Based on Luke 7:36-50
     
    The “sinful” woman came to the party uninvited. Jesus welcomed her as he welcomes all to the party of heaven.
  • Jun 5, 2016Encoutering the Living God
    Jun 5, 2016
    Encoutering the Living God
    Based on 1 Kings 17:17­-24
     
    How do you know if you’ve encountered the one true living God? In 1 Kings we read about a prophet and an outsider who both encounter Him. We learn that the one true living God is the God of the outsider. And we see that he is a God who simply cannot be questioned.
  • Jun 5, 2016Encountering the Living God – Children’s Version
    Jun 5, 2016
    Encountering the Living God – Children’s Version
    Based on 1 Kings 17:17­-24

    How do you know if you’ve encountered the one true living God? In 1 Kings we read about a prophet and an outsider who both encounter Him. We learn that the one true living God is the God of the outsider. And we see that he is a God who simply cannot be questioned.
  • May 29, 2016Pray for Houseguests
    May 29, 2016
    Pray for Houseguests
    Based on 1 Kings 8:41-­43

    We are tempted to think that outward things (like a beautiful building, programs, etc.) will make people want to come and be a part of our church family. But King Solomon understood that the only thing that would draw people into God’s family was the Word of God. So he prayed on the dedication day for their new temple that God would draw people in by His Word and learn about true worship inside the temple. So we do the same. We pray for our guests in God’s house that God would draw them in by His Word and make them a part of His family ­ and ours!
  • May 29, 2016Pray for Houseguests – Children’s Version
    May 29, 2016
    Pray for Houseguests – Children’s Version
    Based on 1 Kings 8:41­-43

    We are tempted to think that outward things (like a beautiful building, programs, etc.) will make people want to come and be a part of our church family. But King Solomon understood that the only thing that would draw people into God’s family was the Word of God. So he prayed on the dedication day for their new temple that God would draw people in by His Word and learn about true worship inside the temple. So we do the same. We pray for our guests in God’s house that
    God would draw them in by His Word and make them a part of His family ­ and ours!
  • May 22, 2016Imitate the Trinity…Change the World
    May 22, 2016
    Imitate the Trinity…Change the World
    Based on John 17:20­-26

    The Christian belief in God is unique. The Bible describes God as having three distinct persons, and yet he is not three, but one. In Jesus’ prayer he describes how the 3 persons relate to each other. As we imitate the way the persons of the Godhead relate to each other it changes everything in our lives. It makes us live for God and for others rather than for ourselves.