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July 17, 2017 06:57 AM PDT

This summer we are looking at various topics from a Gospel Perspective, and this week we are going to be considering "worry". Either we can be a slave to money, or be a slave to God, but we cannot serve both. Since we want to serve God, this means that we sacrifice financial stability for the sake of the gospel. It is at this point that we start to worry about our future security. And Jesus' answer to this is fairly blunt: "Do not worry about your life". (Matthew 6:25-34, Philippians 4:5)

July 04, 2017 06:51 AM PDT

We are starting our summer series on various topics from a Gospel Perspective. And we start with the topic of money. In Canada we are all rich and wealthy. The poorest person in Canada who is on welfare is richer than 80% of the global population. If we have any sort of income, we are probably in the top 2% of the richest people in the world. We are all rich, but we don't feel rich. Because we struggle with a love of money. Yet, we cannot love money and serve God. A person cannot be a slave of God and a slave of money. (Ecclesiastes 5:10-11, Matt 6:19-24, Matt 13:22)

June 26, 2017 06:54 AM PDT

We had the privilege of hearing from Siegfried Klassen, president and missionary of "To All Nations" Ministries. He shared with us about the importance of Disciple Making, and encouraged us to spell love: "T-I-M-E".

June 20, 2017 06:47 AM PDT

As we consider fatherhood, dad's, and our heavenly father on this day, we also want to recognize that father's day may not be a great day for everyone. Fatherlessness is, statistically, one of the hardest list circumstances in which to grow up. Dad's have a spiritual responsibility to be a refuge for their children. The best way for a dad to be a spiritual refuge for their children, is for the dad to live in fear of the Lord. Encourage a father today! Get involved in the life of a fatherless child today! (Psalm 68:5, 1 Corinthians 8:6, Proverbs 14:26, Ephesians 6:4, Colossians 3:21, James 1:26-27)

June 12, 2017 08:19 AM PDT

We have to completely give over our lives to Jesus in order to be his workers for the harvest. And if we are His workers in the harvest, then it assumes that there is work for us to do: that work is proclaiming the gospel and making disciples. The gospel harvest is ready, but the people who are willing to pay the cost of everything, and are willing to proclaim and speak the gospel to those around them are few. How many of us are actually making disciples? The transformed life, the gospel life, is a life proclaiming the gospel to others and making disciples. (Luke 9:57-10:3, Philippians 1:14, 1 Corinthians 11:26)

June 05, 2017 07:45 AM PDT

This sermon is about the cost of the gospel. And the cost is: EVERYTHING. You have to die to yourself. It's not that you earn your salvation, you can't earn it by doing good things... but that doesn't mean that it is free. Jesus says that we have to pick up our cross, and die to ourselves, otherwise we cannot be disciples of Jesus. And that is the bottom line. (Luke 14:25-35, Luke 14:15-24, Luke 9:57-62)

June 05, 2017 06:55 AM PDT

In LIFT this past Sunday we heard the amazing testimony of Kyra Dobrenski, the grade 5 girl who survived a series of serious strokes. God did an amazing work of healing through in her life, and her testimony has impacted people around the world.

May 30, 2017 06:24 AM PDT

We begin preparing for our summer series on how the Gospel changes our perspective on various aspects of our lives by considering how the New Testament talks about the Gospel. What is the gospel? It is the "good news of great joy" or "glad tidings" or "the information that will make us happy!" And it should make us happy! We are saved from Hell by the power of God if we believe in the message of Jesus! We can have assurance that we are loved by God because we have His Holy Spirit living inside us, and we can have confidence and a deep conviction of the truth about Jesus that leads to boldness to proclaim Him to everyone we meet. And this transforms our lives, and we live imitating mature Christians in our lives, and imitating our Lord Jesus Himself. And this is how other people will recognize that we are included in the chosen people of God. (1 Thessalonians 1:1-6, Romans 1:16, 1 Corinthians 4:18-21, Romans 8:9)

April 06, 2017 05:02 AM PDT

The final sermon in this series on the Holy Spirit. We consider the practical implications for our church, if we want to take prophecy and 1 Corinthians chapter 14 seriously. We consider 2 questions: "How can we discern if the prophecy is from the Holy Spirit or from a deceiving spirit?" and "How do we engage in prophecy as a church?" (1 Thess 5:19-22, 1 Cor 12:7-11, 1 Cor 14:26-33, 39-40)

PS. Pastor Jake is going on Paternal Leave for 6 weeks, so no sermons will be posted online during that time, see y'all in June! smiley

March 30, 2017 06:45 AM PDT

We do not want to treat prophecy with contempt, and we don't want to quench the Holy Spirit. We are commanded this in 1st Thessalonians. Prophecy is a powerful weapon for Christians today, in the battle for our faith and for the faith of the people that we speak to. We need to take contemporary prophecy seriously. If we believe that Faith, Hope, and Love is vitally important to our faith, then we have to likewise believe the very next verse equally important: eagerly desire the gifts of the spirit, especially prophecy. The gift of prophecy is given specifically to edify the church: strengthening, encouraging, and comforting the church. (1 Thess 5:19-22, 1 Cor 14:1-5, 1 Cor 13:13)

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