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Sunday mornings – 8:30 and 10:30. At 10:30, Children and Youth begin in the auditorium and then are dismissed to their classes before the teaching.

Sermons

From Darkness to Light

John 9:1-41 This week we enter back into the Gospel of John in chapter 9 with the healing of the blind man.  In one of the most brilliantly told narratives in all of Scripture, Jesus reveals what it means that he is the light of the world.  Not only does he shine his light into physical darkness but also into spiritual darkness.  Not only will this blind man see physically, but even more importantly, he will see spiritually.  The eyes of his heart will be opened to clearly see who Jesus is.  So, how are your eyes?  Have they been touched by the grace and truth of Jesus?

Jesus the Great Ophthalmologist

Mark 8:22-26 When do people start looking like trees? When Jesus isn’t finished working on you. This Sunday, we will be taking a look at one of the most unusual miracles Jesus ever performed during His earthly ministry — a miracle that reminds us that He isn’t finished with us, that there is more to see, and that He can open our eyes in ways no one else can. “Jesus, the Great…Ophthalmologist?” (or “Is Your Vision 2020?”)

Two Kingdoms

Dan 7 Nebuchadnezzar had a dream of a 4-part statue, which Daniel interpreted for him as four kingdoms (Daniel 2). In its counterpart chapter (7), Daniel has a dream of four beasts which are interpreted as four kings. He also sees one like a son of man receive eternal dominion from the Ancient of Days. What are these kings and kingdoms? What is the relationship between the beastly empires and the human kingdom? Can they coexist?

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