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As Water Covers the Sea Pt 6

As Water Covers the Sea Pt 6

April 9, 2017
McPaul, Josh
As Water Covers the Sea Part 5

As Water Covers the Sea Part 5

April 2, 2017
Pascual, Carl
As Water Covers the Sea Part 4.mp3

As Water Covers the Sea Part 4.mp3

March 26, 2017
McPaul, Josh

As Water Covers the Sea Part 2

March 12, 2017
McPaul, Josh
As Water Covers the Sea Part 1

As Water Covers the Sea Part 1

March 5, 2017
McPaul, Josh
Ash Wednesday Reflection

Ash Wednesday Reflection

March 1, 2017
McPaul, Josh
Black History Celebration Sunday

Black History Celebration Sunday

February 26, 2017
Ohwofasa, Eruke
The Sting in the Tale is Missing

The Sting in the Tale is Missing

February 19, 2017
McPaul, Josh
Patient, Persistent, Powerful

Patient, Persistent, Powerful

February 5, 2017
McPaul, Josh
Unclean, Unwelcome, Unwell

Unclean, Unwelcome, Unwell

January 29, 2017
McPaul, Josh
Reconciling Worship

Reconciling Worship

January 22, 2017
Robinson-Shaw, Riana
A Reconciling Moment

A Reconciling Moment

January 15, 2017
McPaul, Josh
Reconciling Mission

Reconciling Mission

January 8, 2017
McPaul, Josh
A Spirit of Defiance

A Spirit of Defiance

January 1, 2017
Robinson-Shaw, Riana
Christmas Day

Christmas Day

December 25, 2016
McPaul, Josh
A Spirit of Hospitality

A Spirit of Hospitality

December 18, 2016
Pascual, Carl
A Spirit of Generosity

A Spirit of Generosity

December 11, 2016
McPaul, Josh
A Spirit of Quiet

A Spirit of Quiet

December 4, 2016
McPaul, Josh
The Spirit of Dependence

The Spirit of Dependence

The story of Jesus starts with a genealogy, telling the story of the human race. In the midst of a human story, God breaks in. People are working hard, having kids, getting into the business and the mess of life. And when everything is going smoothly, you might think that it will never change. But every once and while, the smooth process, the regular machine, breaks down. Everything comes screeching to a halt. That’s what happens in Matthew 1. It tells the story of the human race, humming along - until we get to Mary. And in this humble servant, we remember that in the midst of the human story, we need God to break in. It’s only when we hit the break in our story, that we see our need for God. The first gift the Holy Spirit gives us, is the Spirit of trust. 
 
November 27, 2016
Robinson-Shaw, Riana
Three Black Boxes

Three Black Boxes

The one time of the year that we talk about giving to the church. Josh takes the mystery out of the two "Black Boxes" of giving: for general church needs and for the Greater Than One offerings and highglights the third "Black Box" in each one of us. Riana talks about opportunities to give of our time and energy to serve the community through City Engagment and volunteering on Sundays.
November 20, 2016
McPaul, Josh
Ready for Anything

Ready for Anything

1 Samuel 30:1-25: The story of the Besor Brook is the last story before David leaves the wilderness and enters into the kingship. It’s a testing moment for David, without him knowing it. This is perhaps the moment that he is most vulnerable; perhaps the worst moment in his life. And it’s in this story, at this place, that David shows a little glimpse of the fruit that has been growing in him. Each of us facing surprising and overwhelming tests. Often they are tests we don’t see coming. But in those moments, we discover that if we have opened our hearts to the grace of God, surprising fruit can be revealed.
CORE POINT FROM THE SERMON: When the really difficult moments happen, Trust in God makes us both strong and gentle.
November 13, 2016
McPaul, Josh
Fools, Hotheads and Prophets

Fools, Hotheads and Prophets

1 Samuel 25: This passage starts with the announcement of the death of and national lament for Samuel. He was a judge and prophet, and his death marked the end of the era. Prior to the kingship of Saul, and ultimately David, judges like Samuel served as leaders for the nation of Israel in times of trouble. Samuel was the one that anointed David as the future king of Israel. While the nation mourned, David would have felt a personal loss. His grief could have been one of the reasons for his retreat into the wilderness. At this point in his story, David for has become the commander of an army of ‘deplorables’. The title comes with the responsibility of feeding and ensuring the general well-being of the 600 men in his service. While Nabal’s flock were grazing, David’s soldiers ensured the safety of the shepherds and livestock. It was an acceptable practice for David to seek compensation for that important service. Nabal’s response to the request, though rude and unkind, was not unforeseen because his name and lineage point to an unfavorable character.
 
CORE POINT FROM THE SERMON: There will always be fools, hotheads and prophets. Our faith is on display when we encounter them
November 6, 2016
Robinson-Shaw, Riana
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