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David denHartog teaches from Numbers 23 and 24 for the annual Christmas Eve Service. In these passages, he relates the Christmas story from four main oracles or prophecies, pointing to the coming savior. Additional Scripture References: 1 Peter 5:7; 1 Corinthians 16:22; Psalm 122:6; Matthew 2:2

David denHartog relates the Christmas Story from the point of view of Zecharias.  His part of the story is found in Luke 1.  Will yours be a voice of disbelief or a voice of belief?

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 […]

David denHartog continues the Behold The King series, taking a look at Matthew 1:18-25.  When we are asked security questions, the answers validate that we are who we say we are.  An early Jew that became a believer might also want to validate that Jesus was who He said He was.  We also need to have our […]

For most of us, tracing our ancestry is a matter of curiosity.  But for the Jews, it was by knowing their ancestry and genealogy, that they had their inheritance rights to the land in which they lived.  The genealogy also pointed to the coming Messiah, who would be King of the Jews.  David denHartog launches a […]

David denHartog explains the birth announcement that God delivered at the birth of His son, Jesus.

Dean Elliott continues the As It Was In the Days of Noah, a series that looks at the second coming of Christ as we prepare our hearts during the Christmas season.  This series is not about being smarter or right in the details of Jesus’ second coming, but being ready.  Because Jesus was born in a manger, […]

Pastor David denHartog continues the As It Was In The Days of Noah series, teaching from I Thessalonians 5:1-11.  The first coming of Christ is linked to the second coming of Christ.  We are called to watch for the coming of the Lord Jesus Christ.  What does it mean to watch?

Tied to the first coming of Christ, is the second coming – and this is our ultimate hope.  So, as we turn our attention to Jesus’ first coming during the Christmas season, we also want to focus on Christ’s second coming.  We need to be people of hope as we see our world unraveling.