1 Peter: Christ in the midst of chaos
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Rob BughFebruary 25, 2018
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Rob BughFebruary 18, 2018
Pastor Rob begins this message by sharing eight simple words a friend spoke to him that changed the trajectory of his life. He then continues our series by considering the power of words —both God's and our own—and four areas of practical instruction ...
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Lon AllisonFebruary 11, 2018
Continuing our series from 1 Peter, Pastor Lon considers how we can thrive in a chaotic world that's changing so quickly around us. He reminds us that we are part of a royal, holy priesthood—temporary citizens, yes—but on display so that even ...
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Phil ShieldsFebruary 4, 2018
Continuing the conversation about how to live in peace in the midst of a chaotic world, Pastor Phil Shields looks to the second chapter of 1 Peter. This passage points God’s children to a practical action step that will allow us to experience that peace ...
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Hanibal RodriguezJanuary 28, 2018
Peter writes to Christians, "Once you were not a people, but now you are the people of God." Living within the Church as one people can be challenging, but also one of the most beautiful things we can ever experience. In this message, Pastor ...
Lon AllisonJanuary 21, 2018
As we continue our series on how to live lives of hope in spite of the difficulties we so often face, Pastor Lon looks at a powerful passage from the book of 1 Peter. Reminding us that the full benefit of God's grace will be unleashed only at Christ's ...
Hanibal RodriguezJanuary 14, 2018
This message takes us further into our series in 1 Peter—exploring how to live a life of true hope, in spite of the personal and cultural chaos we so often confront. Pastor Hannibal describes how the hope afforded through faith in Jesus Christ differs ...
Rob BughJanuary 7, 2018
We all have a longing for hope—the feeling that better times are coming. But for the people who first read Peter’s letter—and those of us who read it today—those feelings of positive expectation don’t always come naturally. For Peter’s readers ...