The Triumph of Our Savior
Someone Came to Change the World!
This Christmas season we want to strengthen our understanding, deepen our worship, and mature our passion for the Person of the Word of God.
What Jesus can do with purposeful disciples.
You and I – as Jesus’ disciples – are on a most important journey; indeed, THE most important journey. In this life, we are traveling toward a promised resting place, and to live in a promised era of God’s blessing – both of which are beyond our imagination. God has promised it – the place and the era – to those who journey by faith.
So what kind of journey is this? From where have we come, and what is the route, and where are we headed? What’s at stake, and what does it mean to “journey by faith”?
Here's the truth:
God richly rewards
the obedient traveler
of relentless faith
...and it's important to journey well! Join the journey this summer at Christ Community Church!
Jesus’ foundation for ministry and how we can become more Like Jesus in our personal approach to sharing the gospel.
What was so radical about the cross? Why is it God's most important gift to us? What did it take for God, His Son, and His Spirit to provide such a radical gift? And why are we called to boast in but one thing – God's radical love-gift of the cross? This Easter series will seek to answer these questions – presenting the gospel and calling us to personal, radical, giving love.
I am what I believe about God.
A person is his/her theology. Critically important, then, is to understand who we are in light of who God truly is, and let all of the implications of understanding truth about God have their impact in our lives.
This Winter 2017, our Gather services' teaching will be to explore and apply what God has told us about Himself and, consequently, about us.
God's Sovereign Salvation Intercepting a Sinful World
At the heart of Isaiah’s message is God’s purpose of grace for sinners. If that ultimate miracle is accepted—and one cannot be a Christian without accepting it—then a lesser miracle is no barrier. Indeed, the prophet making predictions of future events is not a problem; it is, as Isaiah intended it to be, encouraging evidence of God’s sovereign salvation intercepting a sinful world.