As we wrap up out Easter series we look at whether or not we can have eternal hope without the Resurrection? Focusing in on the Resurrections hope for life now, and life eternal.
Does the Resurrection effect how we delight in God? Can we still delight in God if the Resurrection didn’t take place? As we go into this Easter we look at what the Resurrection reveals about Christs power and supremacy and how it recognizes God’s sovereignty over all of life.
As we head into Easter this year we ask; what’s so good about Good Friday? Why do we need Good Friday? and what does Good Friday mean for our lives?
What happens if the resurrection isn’t true? Are the foundations of our faith secure? Is our faith able to function? and does our faith have a future?
Jeff Eastwood from Grace Baptist Church in Charlottetown PEI kicks off our Easter series this week looking at if we can have the good news of the gospel without the resurrection?
As we begin to bring our series on Identity to a close, we begin to look at Gospel singleness, and what it is, and is not, in the context of the Gospel.
Picking up where we left off last Sunday, we move from Chapter 4 into Chapter 5.
We look at the exaltation, the presentation, the bestowed authority, and the acclamation, of Jesus, as revealed in the description of the Lamb taking the Scroll from the right hand of God.
Pete starts off our “Redemption Sent: The Unavoidable Ramification of God at Work” series, and looks at the intimate conversation between Jesus and God the Father in John 17th, and what we can learn about God, God’s focus on His glory, and our true purpose.
Chapter 15 is a long chapter, where Paul teaches the Corinthian church about the most important thing: the Gospel of Jesus. He explains why it is important that Jesus has risen from the dead, and how we can be certain of it: because Jesus has appeared to hundreds of people, most of whom were alive at the time Paul was writing. Among the people that Chapter 15 names are Cephas (Peter), Jesus’ best friend; James, Jesus’ younger brother; and Paul, who at the time was one of Jesus’ enemies. The only way that Jesus would be able to convince his friend, his brother and his enemy that he is God, is by rising from death.
It’s a short sermon this week because it was followed by a baptism and baby dedication.