Sermon Series
  • 1. G.r.a.c.e.

    Contributed on Oct 21, 2012

    You can't understand the Christian faith or God unless you first understand grace. This is the foundational characteristic of God because it is rooted in His love. It is also the foundation of our faith and at the heart of our relationship to God. You hav

    G.R.A.C.E. Psalm 145:8 (NIV) Complete these common American phrases for me: If it sounds too good to be true... it is. There is no gain without ... pain. You get what you…deserve There's no such thing as a free ... lunch. We are taught these things and apply them both to life and more

  • 2. Grace For The Beginning

    Contributed on Oct 21, 2012

    Grace for Methodists is understood as a three-stage process: prevenient grace, justifying grace, and sanctifying grace. That being said, we need to understand that grace is just that, grace. Prevenient grace, justifying grace and sanctifying grace are not

    Grace for the Beginning of the Journey Ephesians 2:1-10 John Wesley started the Methodist movement after having an encounter with the Holy Spirit in his small group Bible study when his heart as he described it was “strangely warmed.” From that point on, Methodism made significant more

  • 3. Grace For The Journey

    Contributed on Oct 21, 2012
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    In the Old Testament, the word sanctification comes from the root word ‘kadash’ which means "to cut or separate." Sanctification is God’s grace setting us apart for His work and to lead holy lives. This life of separation challenges the believer to forsak

    Grace for the Journey 1 John 1:5-2:6 Last week, we looked at how we understand grace in our Wesleyan Methodist tradition. We started out by defining grace as God’s unmerited love and forgiveness. We understand grace as a journey of faith which John Wesley called the “way of more