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This message explores Revelation chapter 5, specifically what John sees and hears and how it is relevant to us today. How will you respond to Revelation chapter 5?
The book of Revelation is full of great truths and profound mystery. In chapter 4 and 5 John sees reality for heaven's perspective. This message explores that reality which was far from his reality on earth and calls us to see God as the point of all things giving way to hope in all meaningful ways.
Revelation: Week Seven. Revelation 3, The Letter to Sardis. Do you think your outward reputation as a disciple means anything regarding your salvation? Think again. Jesus points out to Sardis that reputations can fool. This message explores Jesus instructions for how we are to ensure reputation equals reality.
Revelation: Week Eight. Revelation 3, The Letter to Philadelphia. Have you ever felt like your prayers are having little effect or are powerless? Jesus letter to Philadelphia reminds us all that Jesus has all power and that above all, most importantly he has set before his followers an open door to eternity with him.
‚ÄčIn Revelation 6 the Lamb (Jesus) opens the seals of the scroll. What they reveal may not be what we expect but behind the symbolism of the breaking of the seal stand some very clear truths about the present world, about those who have been slain for the following Jesus, and about the future of the world leading up to the return of Christ.
John the Baptist knew who he was and what he was meant to do on this earth, prepare the way for Jesus. He was selfless and truly found joy in Jesus. Jesus was at the center of John's life. How might you put Jesus at the center of your life the way John did?
Our actions are the outpouring of our thoughts, and our actions affect our character. If we want our actions to reflect Jesus, our thoughts need to be set on him. What are you thinking throughout your day?
Little Letters: III John. John implores the Church to practice biblical hospitality with regard to those who were coming to minister to them. This message examines the call that the Gospel brings to each one us as we "welcome the stranger".
Resurrection: Week Six. I Corinthians 15:50-58. This message takes a closer look at Paul's words to the believers and his encouragement for them about what will happen, and what has happened because of the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Crazy Christmas. What if it possible to live a peaceful and godly life this time of year, and always? Where would journey begin? And where would the journey take us?
The Messy Church: Messy Marriage - I Cor 7:1-7. This message examines what Paul says to the Corinthian church in regards to what a marriage commitment looks like and the surrounding cultural attitudes that pushed against this.
The Messy Church - I Corinthians 6:1-8. Paul dives into the way that the Corinthian believers were going about resolving conflicts between themselves. Paul calls them back (once again) to proper understanding of who they are in Christ and how the Gospel informs how we navigate conflict.
The Messy Church: I Corinthians 5:9-13. As Paul dives into the issues of sin that were present in the Corinthian Church, we are left to wrestle with the tension between his desire to guard missional living and to uphold church discipline. What does it look like to live sent in a broken, sinful world and yet called to live differently as the family of God?
The Messy Church: I Corinthians 10:12-13. We are all on a journey. God has saved us, loved us and calls us to live as His children. And yet, there are things in and around us that fight to pull us away. In this message, we examine Paul's encouragement to the Corinthian believers who had gotten distracted and wandered off the journey.
Little Letters: Week One. Philemon. In this letter, we see the interconnected relationships between Paul, Philemon and Onesimus. Central to the letter is a past conflict that exists and how Paul encourages Philemon to navigate it, in light of the gospel's message of reconciliation.
Resurrection: Week Four. 1 Corinthians 15:20-34. The good news of the resurrection is life-changing, but for many of us, we can easily forget that there are many in and around our lives that are have not experienced the life that Jesus brings. This message, using Paul's words to the Corinthians, serves as a wake up call to that reality.
How do groups and community life at Anchor Point intersect with our mission of making disciples? Brandon Hall, Ministry Director of Groups at Anchor Point spends some time examining what Scripture calls us to in the life of a group.
Acts 3:1 - 4:22. The story of Peter and John and their interaction with the lame man at the temple gates. This story is a great reminder of how God's people are to live with eyes open to the opportunities that we have to interact with others and allow God to move through us.
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Jan 4th, 2015
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Mar 8th, 2020
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