Coreluv Sunday (2/21/2021)

by Bobby Martin
Sun, Feb 21, 2021

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Sun, Feb 21, 2021
Sun, Feb 14, 2021
Passage: & Revelation 21:1
Series: Afterlife
Surprisingly, Jesus said very little about heaven. He spoke more about eternal life and how one can enter heaven than He did about the place of heaven. Although the details are incomplete, it is probably because a full understanding of heaven would make it difficult to concentrate on the responsibilities God has given us on earth. Yet the Bible reveals some realities about heaven to whet our appetites for this future destination.
Sun, Feb 07, 2021
Series: Afterlife
The doctrine of hell is uncomfortable for most of us. However, our understanding of hell shapes our view of the gospel, God’s holiness, and our depravity. If we don’t accept the reality of hell, we won’t rightly understand the glory of the gospel. No one talked about hell more in the Bible than Jesus. In this message we find out why.
Sun, Jan 31, 2021
What happens after I die? Who has not asked that question? But there are all kinds of crazy answers to the question. In this message we will explore what the Bible says happens after we die. What we learn about eternity should give us a better perspective on how to live today.
Sun, Jan 24, 2021
How do you remain hopeful in a hopelessly broken world? Every one of us will wrestle at some level with this dilemma. If you have ever had something you placed your hope in come crashing down around you, you know: marriage, career, wealth, health, engagement, academic, athletics – you name it. We must learn the only way to maintain hope in a broken world is to place our hope in God.
Sun, Jan 24, 2021
How do you remain hopeful in a hopelessly broken world? Every one of us will wrestle at some level with this dilemma. If you have ever had something you placed your hope in come crashing down around you, you know: marriage, career, wealth, health, engagement, academic, athletics – you name it. We must learn the only way to maintain hope in a broken world is to place our hope in God.
Sun, Jan 24, 2021
How do you remain hopeful in a hopelessly broken world? Every one of us will wrestle at some level with this dilemma. If you have ever had something you placed your hope in come crashing down around you, you know: marriage, career, wealth, health, engagement, academic, athletics – you name it. We must learn the only way to maintain hope in a broken world is to place our hope in God.
Sun, Jan 17, 2021
The Bible is not filled with feel-good messages for a world we don’t live in. We find God speaking directly into uncertain times. We see his hand in the midst of uncertainty. That’s where He does some of His best work.
Sun, Jan 10, 2021
We don’t know what 2021 holds for us as a nation, a state, or as families any more than anyone else does. But we do know one things for certain – God holds this New Year in His very certain hands.
Sun, Jan 03, 2021
Thu, Dec 31, 2020
6:00 PM Christmas Eve Service
Sun, Dec 20, 2020
Our view of the manger has become so become so clean and proper. But the real truth is that first century mangers were dirty and messy. The manger puts Jesus at the center of a mess, not a masterpiece. Jesus came to the manger because humanity needed to be rescued. Not rescued from a sanitized petting zoo, but from a filthy, dirty stable. It was a mess, just like us! In this message we find that Jesus didn’t mind the mess of the manger, and He doesn’t mind our mess, either.
Sun, Dec 13, 2020
The wise men (and incidentally, we are not told they were kings, nor are we told there were only three) could have very easily faced ridicule and sarcasm for looking for the baby called Jesus. We live today in a world that still thinks it is foolish to worship some baby that was born in a lowly manger, to a humble carpenter, and a common woman. But in this message we will understand why wise men still seek Him.
Sun, Dec 06, 2020
700 years before Jesus Christ was even born, a prophet of God explained Christmas before anyone had even experienced Christmas. Seven centuries before that cradle rocked, the stars shown, the Wise Men gave and the angels sang, Isaiah dipped his prophetic pen into inspired ink and wrote what has become the centerpiece and cornerstone of Christmas prophecy. We will learn in terms no one can misunderstand, just what Child this was.
Mon, Nov 30, 2020
The story of Jesus began at a quaint little town called Bethlehem. What otherwise would have been an unheard of Palestinian town, shrouded in anonymity, has instead become the theme for poets, the subject for artists, and the goal for pilgrims. Why Bethlehem? Join us as we discover how God used a tiny town for an enormous purpose.