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There are times when we can be completely astounded as we see God’s power displayed around us. When Jesus speaks to us and we lean in to truly hear and apply what he’s saying, it changes how we see things. Or, there are other times when we experience His compassion and healing when we come to him with humility and transparency. What might be the outcome if together as a church family we all took the posture to be open to a move of God in our lives.

Daniel Im - November 27, 2022

O Come Immanuel

When we remember the birth of Jesus and the way that the people of God had been waiting for centuries for the birth of their Saviour, we come to a greater appreciation and realization that we are also living in a period and season of waiting. Not for Jesus to come for the first time, but for him to come again!

Scripture References: Philippians 3:20-21

From Series: "Advent"

Advent is the period of 4 Sundays and weeks leading up to Christmas Day designed to prepare our hearts, souls, and minds for the birth of Jesus. When we remember the birth of Jesus and the way that the people of God had been waiting for centuries for the birth of their Saviour, we come to a greater appreciation and realization that we are also living in a period and season of waiting. Not for Jesus to come for the first time, but for him to come again!

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Guest Speaker - December 18, 2022

All Is Calm

In these verses in Philippians, notice how Paul mentions something that could spoil this warm & cozy blanket of peace. Anxiety – that unwelcome, unpleasant, disturber of our peace.

Scripture References: Philippians 4:6-9

From Series: "Advent"

Advent is the period of 4 Sundays and weeks leading up to Christmas Day designed to prepare our hearts, souls, and minds for the birth of Jesus. When we remember the birth of Jesus and the way that the people of God had been waiting for centuries for the birth of their Saviour, we come to a greater appreciation and realization that we are also living in a period and season of waiting. Not for Jesus to come for the first time, but for him to come again!

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