In this sermon, from Revelation 21, Student Ministries Director Jake Osborn finishes our 2019 Advent series entitled “God With Us,” by pointing to the time when Christ will return and God will dwell with His people forever on a new earth.
In this sermon, from Matthew 1:18-25, Pastor Marc continues our 2019 Advent series entitled “God With Us,” by showing how Christ became a human being so that we might return to God.
In this sermon, from Ezekiel 11:14-25, Pastor Marc continues our 2019 Advent series entitled “God With Us,” by showing how God went to dwell with His people in exile. He wanted them, and wants us, to appreciate His presence in exile and to anticipate His presence in eternity.
In this sermon, from Exodus 25-31, Pastor Larry continues our 2019 Advent series entitled “God With Us,” by showing how God took initiative to dwell with the people of Israel–in the tent called the Tabernacle.
In this sermon, from Genesis 1-3, Pastor Larry begins our Advent series entitled “God With Us,” by showing how God dwelled with human beings in the Garden of Eden, but how things went terribly wrong.
In this sermon, from 2 Corinthians 8 & 9, Pastor Marc shares how thankfulness should be the fuel, and the fruit, of our generosity.
In this sermon, from 1 Corinthians 15:1-8, Pastor Marc shares about what the apostle Paul deemed to be “of first importance” for churches–the gospel of Christ.
Exploring the Gift of Prophecy – November 2019 The audio from the fifth “Exploring the Gift of Prophecy” meeting, held at CCC in November 2019. This time was led by Pastor Marc and included questions from participants. The recording came from a hand held recorder on the podium, so we apologize for clanks at […]
In this sermon, from 1 Corinthians 14:26-40, Pastor Marc shares from Paul’s practical instructions about the gifts of prophecy and tongues–how “God’s gifts are to be governed in the gathering for our good and His glory.”
A teaching and discussion on Wednesday, November 6, 2019–on the subject of holidays and how to think of them in a unique was as a believer.