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Part 5: The Calling of Moses God calls Moses to free the Israelites from Pharaoh, but Moses is reluctant to go. God lovingly dialogues with Moses and reassures him of His promise: I will be with you. Passage: Exodus 3:11-4:15 Speaker: Pastor Da
Part 4: The Burning Bush Moses encounters a burning bush that is on fire, yet is not consumed. When we allow God to burn away the impurities in our lives, what remains is a purified, unshakeable, and humble self that He can use. Passage: Exodus
Part 2: Is God Aloof and Distant? Does God care about what I’m going through? In the midst of the grand scale of the universe, we may feel small and insignificant. But the Bible paints a vivid picture of a God who loves us and knows us intimate
Part 1: Is God a cosmic vending machine? Is God just a cosmic vending machine, in that you do something for God, and he gives you something good in return? We address this misconception of God by exploring the older son in the prodigal son stor
Part 3: Sojourner and Exile Moses is exiled from Pharaoh’s domain, rejected by his own people, and forced to settle in an unfamiliar land. Similarly, while we are strangers and sojourners on this earth, we are called to take on the burden and m
Part 2: A Baby in a Basket Moses’ mother makes a desperate, almost foolish effort to save her child despite the odds — but in doing so, preserves the life of her beloved son, the future leader of the Israelites. Exodus 2 exhorts us not to give
Daniel and his Friends The book of Daniel takes place thousands of years ago, but Daniel’s experience of Babylonian exile and the modern freshman’s experience of college is not as different as you might think.  In today’s sermon we take a look
Part 1: Pharaoh: Powerful or Paranoid? Pharaoh, the most powerful figure of his time, was driven by fear and threat. Turns out, many of us are the same way! Exodus teaches us to drive out our fears with a greater, proper fear of God. Passage: E
Extravagant Love A woman pours out a very expensive ointment on Jesus. The disciples are indignant at the waste, but Jesus calls it beautiful. Mark 14 provides a challenging picture of what it looks like to love and serve Jesus. Passage: Mark 1
Extravagant Love A woman pours out a very expensive ointment on Jesus. The disciples are indignant at the waste, but Jesus calls it beautiful. Mark 14 provides a challenging picture of what it looks like to love and serve Jesus. Passage: Mark 1
Part 8: Firm Foundation What is your faith built on? Jesus teaches us the importance of building our faith on the foundation of a personal relationship with God. Passage: Matthew 7:15-29 Speaker: Pastor Daniel Kim August 11, 2019
Part 7: The Golden Rule Some of the most quoted (and misquoted!) verses in the Bible come from Matthew 7. See what Jesus teaches about judging others, supplicating to God, and the Golden Rule: do unto others as you would have them do unto you.
Part 6: Money, Anxiety, Seeking God How do we deal with the endless fears and anxieties we face in life? Jesus challenges us to consider how our anxieties are related to what we seek. Maybe changing what we seek will change our anxieties and fe
Part 5: Secret Deeds It comes so naturally for us to do things to receive recognition, admiration, and praise from others — and it’s no exception when it comes to our Christian lives. Jesus reminds us that we have a Heavenly Father and teaches
Jesus’ call to Peter gives us a picture of discipleship: obedience to God’s Word, understanding of self, and new life purpose.   Passage: Luke 5:1-11 Speaker: P. Timothy Rhee
Part 4: The Greatest Prayer Ever Many who grew up attending church have memorized the words to the famous “Lord’s Prayer.” However, do we understand the heart behind this prayer that Jesus modeled for us? Passage: Matthew 6:5-15 Speaker: P. Dan
Part 3: Retaliation, Love Your Enemies How are we to respond to people who wrong us or harm us? Rather than responding to evil in kind, Jesus taught a radical message that we are to love our enemies and to be generous toward them.   Passage: Ma
Part 2: Legalism vs. The Heart of God In Matthew 5, when Jesus addresses some important issues like adultery, anger, lust, and divorce – is He being legalistic and adding to the law? As we live out Christian life and obey God’s laws it’s crucia
Part 1: Salt and Light, Christ Came to Fulfill the Law. Jesus taught us how, as his disciples, we are to represent him as we go out into the world. Like salt and light, we are to be intense, distinct agents with disproportionate impact on our s
The famous story of David and Goliath still rings true today: there are many modern-day “Goliaths” that intimidate God’s people into inactivity. In that environment, how can we become “Davids” for our generation?   Passage: 1 Samuel 17 Speaker:
Passage: Ephesians 2:1-10 Speaker: Pastor Ed
What am I to do with my life?” When Jesus dispels our spiritual cluelessness and opens our eyes to our spiritual condition and predicament, we have both the answer to that question and a vision for our lives.   Passage: Luke 12:57-59 Speaker: P
Ever wondered what God’s will for your life is? God’s stated will for our lives is clear: go and share in God’s heart–be missional wherever you are this summer, and for the rest of your life!   Passage: Matthew 9:35-38 Speaker: Pastor Ed Kang
Last words are meant to be treasured – this week we focus on Jesus’ last recorded words in the book of Matthew. We examine the implications for our lives as well as how, in ways we don’t often consider, the Great Commission is intensely persona
No matter who you are, if you’re Christian, Jesus’s Great Commission applies to you. But what does it look like to obey the Great Commission? What does it mean to make disciples?   Passage: Matthew 28:16-20 Speaker: Steven Chang
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