Jesus in Leviticus Follow Up July 31, 2016

This Sunday we looked at the burnt offering account in Leviticus 1:1-9 and discovered three important truths about our atonement: (1) Atonement requires a costly, personal sacrifice, (2) Atonement requires a faultless sacrifice, and (3) Atonement requires a blood sacrifice. Here is a copy of the sermon notes insert in Sunday’s program for the follow up questions you could use with your growth group or on your own: Jesus in Leviticus Notes.
Next Sunday we will be seeking Jesus in Numbers as we continue our short miniseries on Christ in the First Five.
-Pastor Marttell Sánchez

Jesus in Exodus Follow Up July 25, 2016

This Sunday we looked at the tabernacle account in Exodus 25:8-9 and discovered three biblical truths: (1) God desires to dwell among His people, (2) God requires a holy, set-apart place to dwell among His people, and (3) God equips His people for God-ordained tasks. Here is a copy of the sermon notes insert in Sunday’s program for the follow up questions you could use with your growth group or on your own: Jesus in Exodus Notes.

Next Sunday we will be seeking Jesus in Leviticus as we continue our short break from our summer series on the attributes of God.

-Pastor Marttell Sánchez

God is Merciful, Patient, and Gracious Notes July 11, 2016

Our God is merciful, patient, and gracious. He is inclined to help those in need, He is slow to anger, and He gives us the free gift of salvation through Jesus Christ when we deserve the exact opposite. On Sunday we saw how these truths should also lead us to be more merciful and patient to others, and how we should be more in awe of God’s ever-present grace in our lives.

Here are the discussion questions from Sunday: God is Merciful, Patient, and Gracious Notes.

 

-Pastor Nathan Hogan

God is Love Follow-Up July 4, 2016

Oh the depth, breadth, length, and heigth of God’s love! This last Sunday we looked at God’s attribute of love. We contrasted the deep and glorious picture of God’s love in the Bible with the often weak and shallow understanding of God’s love (and love in general) that we see in the world. It is this deep love of God that fuels and empowers our love for our Lord, and our love for others.

Here are the sermon questions: God is Love Notes.

 

-Pastor Nathan Hogan