LOVING LIFE: The End of the World as We Know It

July 5th, 2020

Rev. Matt Miller (1 John 2:15-17) John warns us not to love the world but what does that mean? Didn’t Jesus say that God so loved the world?  If God has made us to worship him, aren’t we supposed to use the natural resources of the world to bring flourishing to others? John teaches us what to do and what not to do in a world that seems like its coming to an end. 

 

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LOVING LIFE: Love One Another, Part 1

June 28th, 2020

Rev. Matt Miller (1 John 2:7-14) Throughout John’s writings, an important theme is Love One Another. In this passage, he gives God’s children some powerful instruction. In this sermon, Pastor Matt invites you to answer four simple questions to encourage you to “love one another”.

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LOVING LIFE: What Do You Know?

June 21st, 2020

Rev. Matt Miller (1 John 2:1-6) In a world with many voices, where to we find the truth? In this section of John we learn about what it means to know God and to live in obedience to him. If we really, know him we will serve him.

 

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LOVING LIFE: Walk in the Light

June 14th, 2020

Rev. Matt Miller (1 John 1:5-10) Following Jesus is more than assenting to an idea. Loving God is more than having a set of principles in our head. The Christian life is a journey of learning about the brokenness of the world and of our own hearts and allowing the Gospel to transform us inwardly so that we can be agents of transformation outwardly. The way we know how to walk this path is to live in the Light. 

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LOVING LIFE

June 7th, 2020

Rev, Matt Miller (1 John 1:1-4) The challenges the church faced in the first century are not all that different from ours. Racial tension, political differences and an encroaching worldview called Gnosticism, threatened to take the heart of the Gospel from God’s children. John’s first letter addresses these matters with a called to remember the power of Jesus Christ to bring salvation to God’s people, and to walk in obedience to God’s Word. The Word of Life (Jesus) helped them confront the issues of the day with a Loving Life and he does the same for us today. 

 

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RENOVATION OF THE HEART: Give It All You’ve Got

May 31st, 2020

Rev. Matt Miller (Psalm 103) The psalms call us to worship the Lord for who he is and all that he has done. Psalm 103 is no exception because it points us to the holiness of God and to the many benefits he provides for those who call him Lord. Psalm 103 is a glorious reminder that we are called praise God in everything. 

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RENOVATION OF THE HEART: This is the Way

May 24th, 2020

Rev. Matt Miller (Psalm 25:8-13) In the Bible, Jesus disciples were called Followers of the Way more than they were called Christians. We know that life is a journey that can sometimes be perilous. In this message, Pastor Matt talks about what it means to Walk in the Way.

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RENOVATION OF THE HEART: My Keeper

May 17th, 2020

Rev. Matt Miller (Psalm 121) In certain seasons, God called his people to come to the Holy City, Jerusalem to worship and celebrate. Psalm 121 is a psalm of a ascent, an invitation to worship the Lord as the faithful travelled up to Jerusalem. It is a beautiful reminder that the Lord invites his people to worship but recognizes that dangers exist in life and in the journey. 

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RENOVATION OF THE HEART: A Changed Life

May 10th, 2020

Rev. Matt Miller (Psalm 102:25-28) Our world has changed a lot in the last two months and that can be difficult. Why is change hard and how can we deal with it? How does God want us to be changed in the midst of change?

 

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RENOVATION OF THE HEART: Get Peace

May 3rd, 2020

Rev. Matt Miller (2 Thessalonians 3:16) The world is full of conflict. Nations war, families fight and we even wrestle with ourselves. Lack of peace can keep us up at night. What do we do when the difficulties of this world bring anxiety and fear into our hearts? Listen for the answer!

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