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Advent 2015 – Jesus – The Hope Giver by Pastor Ryan , taken from Is 7:14 and Luke 24:1-5, calls us to we see the birth of Jesus Christ through the eyes of the empty tomb, and gives us hope that all things are possible.
Advent 2014 – Leap For Joy… God Has Come by Pastor Ryan taken from Luke 1:39-45 emphasize the activity of the Holy Spirit in the entire Christmas Pageant and how joy is a gift of the Holy Spirit.
Advent 2014 – Out Of Egypt He Calls by Pastor Ryan taken from Matt 2:13-15 calls us out of Egypt to be willing to lay down the way of power and choose Jesus’ way, the way of peace.
Advent 2014 – Who Is The Inn Keeper? by Pastor Kenny, taken from Luke 2:6-7, calls us to recognize God as the Inn Keeper who goes to those on the fringe to invite them in to His house and who also goes to the fringe areas of our heart to bring fresh life and healing to.
Advent 2014 – Don’t Leave Here Without Him by Pastor Ryan taken from Luke 2:21-33 calls us to the hope in Christ and to recognize the sovereign moments that God sets up for us to see and encounter Jesus.
The Christmas Eve 2013 Candlelight Service by Pastor Ryan from John 1:1-5, 9-14; and 8:12 wrapped up the 2013 Advent season. It focused on Jesus, “The Light That Has Come”.
Fourth Sunday of Advent: He Makes All Things New by Pastor Ryan is taken from Col 1:15 and Rev 21:5 and calls our attention to the New Adam who has come to bring new life, the potential for change and the hope for all things to be made new.
Third Sunday Of Advent: And the Son Became Flesh by Pastor Ryan is taken from John 1:1-5 & 14. He points out how the full creative expression of the Heavenly Father’s love is seen in the the Son becoming flesh.
Second Sunday Of Advent: Savior For All by Pastor Kenny is taken from Luke 2:8-11; 2:28-32; and 19:10. It focuses on Jesus being the Savior for all, not just those who are religiously fit or worthy; and that there is not one who is outside of or beyond the Savior’s reach.
First Sunday of Advent: King of Kings by Pastor Ryan taken from Matt 2:1-2 and Mark 15:24-26 calls us to consider the question, “What does the Kingship of Jesus Christ mean to me, what does it demand of my life?”