Jesus “Primarily” Did Not Come To Save You

Understanding Why Jesus Came. 1 John 4:7-17. For the love of God: Jesus comes into the world. You cannot give eternity a name. God could have expressed Himself as a Google-inity. God intentionally limits Himself in the explanation of the Trinity to give finite humanity a handhold in understanding the eternal. Scripture gives us a minimum of 31 reasons why Jesus came to earth.

The Art Of Invitation: Evangelism or simple invitation? Matthew 22:14.

Matthew 22:14. This is a parable meant to show contrast and teach, but perhaps not to call us towards absolutes. The scene is a wedding feast for a king’s son. Servants are sent to do the work of invitation. Evangelism or Christ telling is the art of invitation.

Contentment in a Discontented World – Part 1.

Everything is Meaningless. Ecclesiastes 1:1-11 – If Solomon was the world’s most successful person, then why would he write Ecclesiastes, a book filled with discontentment? Enough is never enough. What brings meaning is not what you have or what you have done, but the values that lie as the foundation of both.

David Won’t Be Bullied 1 Samuel 17:20-37

Israel’s response to threats was to do nothing, but David, a man after God’s own hart, responded differently as well as translating Goliath’s taunts with a different Spirit led decoder. David was faced with adversity from both sides of the conflict; Join Pastor Adam as he explores how David’s response provides us insights for dealing with our daily and extraordinary challenges in a God driven way.

The Holy Things Vodcast: Episode 2 Scary Giants

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The Holy Things Vodcast: Episode 2 Scary Giants. In this episode we talk about how David led a life of dominion rather than one of control. We also look at how to defeat the giants in our lives. Adam blows the shofar and Joe keeps in real with his Cranberries impersonations from the 90s.



David’s Dominion – 1 Samuel 17:45-47

David’s Dominion – 1 Samuel 17:45-47 – Dominion: David never slayed a giant on his own. We are a people called to live in Dominion. There is a distinct difference between Dominion and control. It is God’s desire to establish you beyond the margins of your ability to control.

The Anointed Servant – 1 Samuel 16:14-23

The Anointed Servant – 1 Samuel 16:14-23 – Now the Spirit of the Lord had departed from Saul, and an evil spirit from the Lord tormented him. Cultivating God’s Spirit in your life: Like oil and water, God’s Spirit and an evil spirit cannot occupy the same space. The Spirit of God drives away evil. Whatever spirit you choose to be in agreement with will take dominion over your life.