The Gospel of Luke is a sweeping story of the life of Jesus. In it, we will encounter who Jesus was, what He did, and why He did it. How can one man from history change your life? Dive in to find out...
Messages in this Series
When Jesus was baptized, there was more involved than getting dipped in water. What is the significance of His baptism and what does it mean for us?
Temptation often strikes us when we’re not at our best. It’s what happened to Jesus in Luke 4, but He overcame it. We’re going to look at how He did it, and how we can too.
Have you ever imagined going to church and as you walk in and get your seat you realize that the guest speaker is Jesus. This is what happens today in Luke. What did Jesus preach? This is what we will be looking at this morning.
Jesus begins his public ministry by preaching a message saying he has come to set people free – and today we see Jesus actually doing just that; setting people free!
Luke 4:42-5:11 JESUS GOES FISHING (audio unavailable)
Nelson Chapman // March 12, 2017
This Sunday, we are looking at the story of Jesus calling his first disciples in Luke 5:1-11. As we look at the story of Simon Peter, we can see what it means to know Jesus as he is and follow him as he calls. We will look at what it means to be "all in" as we cast nets into the seas around us.
Jesus claimed something: He claimed to be God and He backed up that reality with miracles. This truth confirms in the believer’s heart that no matter what brokenness is in our life, Jesus can heal it - Jesus can do it!
Jesus has always been clear on how precious people are to him and how precious people need to be to his followers – all people. Today we will be seeing a beautiful demonstration on how Matthew shows how deep this went into his heart.
There are practices that Jesus did on a regular basis. He did them to keep his heart refreshed so that he could live the life Jesus calls each one of us to live. Today we look at Spiritual Disciplines.
There are minor things that we can get stuck on which results in us missing the major thing Jesus wants for our life. But it will require a level of honesty that many of us will be uncomfortable with and yet it is what all of us require.