Sermons on Matthew
Matthew 5:1-12 — Jesus teaches his followers how to recognize and share blessing in the world.
Matthew 13 — Jim Hinton teaches on the Kingdom of God.
Micah 6:6-8 — God desires our faithfulness, expressed in acts of mercy, justice, and humility.
Matthew 21:1-14 — We exist on earth and as the Church to worship and serve God as Temples of the Holy Spirit.
Matthew 4:1-4; Psalm 19:7-11 — God’s Word invites and connects us into a loving relationship with our heavenly Father.
Matthew 3:1-17 — Jesus baptism re-frames the meaning and our experience of repentance, resulting in the forgiveness of sin for all who trust him.
Isaiah 40:1-5; Matthew 3:1-6 — God has made a way for us to know Him and turn to Him; Jesus Immanuel is that way.
Isaiah 35:1-10; Matthew 11:2-6 — God not only knows the human condition, but has entered into it to bring healing and hope.
Matthew 25:14-30 — Finance elder, Mark Katibah, walks the congregation through highlights of the past year and summarizes where the elders, staff, and congregation discern that God is leading us in 2020.
Matthew 28:18-20; Acts 2:42-47 — When we pursue intentional discipleship within the body of Christ, we will love each other better, be more generous, more joyful and fulfilled.