Sermon Series
  • 1. The Master's Work

    Contributed on Jan 24, 2012
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    God is a master creator as he revealed in Genesis 1 when he created the world from nothing. The culmination of his work is human life.

    There are two questions which every person asks: “Where am I from?” and “Where am I going?” We know our past and we want to know our future. The book of Revelation ultimately answers the second question about the future and the end of the world. The first question is more

  • 2. The Greatest Masterpiece

    Contributed on Jan 24, 2012
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    God created man on the last day of creation with his image. Although we have distorted the image of God, it can be restored through faith in Jesus Christ.

    “I want to be pretty.” This is the title of a popular tv program that was airing when we lived in Poland. It was a reality tv show in which in every episode you follow the changes of two women who are the heroes of the program. Each of these women work with a team of specialists for six more

  • 3. The Master Provider

    Contributed on Jan 24, 2012

    God is our provider giving us just what we need as we trust in him: home, work, companionship.

    For the last two Sundays we’ve been looking at Genesis chapter one as the foundation for the whole Bible. And as the foundation we have discovered anew the importance of seeing God as the perfect creator. And then last week we looked at the pinnacle of his wonderful creation – human more

  • 4. The Master's Warning

    Contributed on Jan 24, 2012
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    Eve's fall into sin is an example to us of the steps in which we fall into sin through temptation today and yet we overcome temptation through the grace and strength of Jesus Christ.

    Nancy Reagan was visiting Longfellow Elementary School in Oakland California in 1982 and was asked by a schoolgirl what to do if she was offered drugs. The first lady responded by saying: “Just say no.” And from that moment the “Just Say No” anti-drug campaign began and more