5 Solas

Welcome to an important message series called “The 5 Solas,” celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation that changed Christianity forever. Reacting against the abuses and corruption of the Catholic church, Martin Luther nailed his 95 thesis– a list of questions and propositions for debate regarding church theology and practice– to the door of the Castle church in Wittenberg, Germany. What ensued was an uproar within the Church, and ultimately, a reformation of biblical faith and practice.

Out of the Reformation came a set of tenants called the “Five Solas.”  “Sola” is Latan for “only” or “alone.”

Scripture alone.
Faith alone.
Grace alone.
Christ alone.
The glory of God alone.

These core tenants now inform the faith and doctrine of many Protestant churches, including our own.  Join us as explore the significance of these key doctrines.

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Stand Alone

 

 

When Jesus Calls Your name.  4.1.18 (No recording)

 

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Money Matters

According to the stats, 72% of people report being financially stressed each month.  69% of people have less than $1,000 in savings.  The Average US household, if they have credit card debt, carry a balance of over $16,000 on their card(s).  A very small percentage have saved for retirement.  Student loan debt is out of control.   No wonder why so many people are financially stressed! Fortunately, the scriptures are filled with wisdom regarding our finances.  In fact, Jesus talked more about money, possessions and material things more than Faith, Prayer, Heaven, or Hell!  In this series, we’ll explore Jesus’ teachings on “money matters” and look at other biblical wisdom God has laid out for us in his word regarding our finances!

 

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Going for the Gold

The Winter Olympic are upon us!  Millions of people from around the world will watch incredible athletes compete in dozens of different events. Many of these athletes have trained for years, sacrificed much, and will give in their all as they compete for gold, silver and bronze.   In 1 Corinthians 9, the Apostle Paul sees a parallel between the way 1st century Olympians would train and how believers in Jesus should live their lives for Christ: with dedication, determination, and perseverance.  In this series called “Going for Gold, we’ll explore these characteristics, realizing that we “compete” for a “crown” (and a purpose) that is eternal.

Going for Gold-Training. 2.25.18

Going for Gold-Teamwork. 2.18.18

Going for Gold-Going for Gold. 2.11.18

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Reset

 

At the turn of the new year, people seem to crave change.  Promises and resolutions are made.  How can this year be better than that last, many people might think.  As we begin 2018, join us as we’ll be going through a series called “Reset.” Just like you sometimes have to reset your phone or computer when it’s not working properly or it gets stuck, you can reset your life to get it running the way God originally intended.  We can be fulfilled. We can be reset. We can be changed, because Jesus changes everything.  Join us beginning January 14.

[We are experiencing some audio quality issues in the recording. Be patient while we find a fix.]

Reset-Reset my Hands. 2.4.18

Reset-Reset my Voice. 1.28.18

Reset-Reset my Mind. 1.21.18

Reset-Reset my Heart. 1.14.18

 

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