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Luke

Our Heart and Our Faith – How does Jesus see it?

Continuing through our sermon series in Luke, our fourth week focusing on how Jesus and faith works. This week we look at how Jesus views our hearts and our faith.

How does understanding Jesus and Faith work?

Continuing through our sermon series in Luke we, continue into our third week focusing in on how Jesus and faith works. This week we look into different views of faith.

Can I have faith in Jesus without His authority?

This week, Brad walks us through Luke 7:18-35, asking us if we can have faith in Christ without believing in His authority or what He does.

What are you hoping will prove Jesus?

What do you hope will happen when you come to faith in Jesus?

How does understanding Jesus and Faith work?

Can we have faith in Jesus if he has no authority? Where do we get an understanding or testimonies surrounding his authority?

What does calling yourself a Christian mean to Jesus?

As we return to our study in the Gospel of Luke, Pastor Brad walks us through five key characteristics that Jesus refers to when calling someone a Christian.

What does calling yourself a Christian mean to Jesus?

What does it mean when Jesus calls someone a Christian? What are they at their core? what makes them function and drive them?

Right vs. Wrong

Continuing our series in Luke we look at the story of Jesus healing on the Sabbath.

Doctors, Parties, and New Wine

What isn’t Jesus about? Is Jesus just a big piñata in the sky that gives you what you want? This week we look at what Jesus is not about, including; your health, your piety and your old self.

Some First Steps of Christianity

Did Jesus say he was God? and what does that idea have in relationship to the realities of brokenness, faith and forgiveness of sin?

Implications of Christianity

This week, Pastor Brad walks us through the basic implications of Christianity, looking specifically at the following points: Have you heard what Jesus taught? Have you experienced what Jesus does? Does your life increasingly demonstrate this?