Dean Elliott continues the Behold the King series, teaching through the book of Matthew. Dean explains the historical and contextual setting, and then shows us three ideas we need to understand from Matthew 4:12-25 about Jesus’ ministry. This section sets the stage for how you hear the Sermon on the Mount, in chapters 5-7.
Once a year, we take the opportunity to share the state of the church – where we have been and where we are going. Pastor David denHartog shares 2017 highlights from each of our ministries and the goals for 2018. The goals are based in Matthew 28:18-20. Jesus said “Go ye into all the world.” Will […]
David denHartog teaches from Matthew 4:1-11 which gives the last qualification of Jesus as King before He began ministry. Many people have to qualify to participate in the Olympics. We have a desire to be qualified by God’s use to build his kingdom here on earth, to minister to the hearts and lives of people. We also […]
Dean Elliott teaches from Matthew 3:13-17. This is Jesus’ first step into public ministry. God the Father voices His approval of the way that Jesus has already lived his life – the 90% that was not in the spotlight.
David denHartog gives us a challenge for our lives from Psalm 90:12, “So teach us to number our days, That we may gain a heart of wisdom.” He gives us the example of two Kings and two kingdoms, both found in the book of Matthew: King Herod and the King of Kings, Jesus. Whatever we invest […]
Dean Elliott teaches from Matthew 2:12-23, a horrific account of the aftermath of the wise men’s visit. God divinely spares Jesus’ life as a young child, but only so that He could be sacrificed for our sins at the appointed time. Matthew also clearly shows the consequences of rejecting Jesus and of living in a […]
Don Hunt teaches from John 4:26-54. Its in-style these days to take something that is junk and redo it; give it a new look and a new plan. God has done that with our lives as well. He saved us not just to save us, but to give us purpose and a mission. He wants […]
Dean Elliott continues the Behold the King series in Matthew 2:1-12, taking a slow and close look at the story of the Magi (or Wise Men). It is a strange story; one of confrontation and contrast and mystery. There were people that should have know where to go and what to do, but they didn’t. And there […]