From Slaves to Sons (Gal. 4:1-7)

If, in our preaching, teaching, and evangelism, we declare that Jesus only came to forgive our sins, we are missing a greater and more profound reality of the gospel. Jesus Christ, both fully God and fully man, came not only for the purpose of redemption but of adoption. He came not only to pay the price of our sins […]

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The Ascension

An often neglected, yet absolutely essential, aspect of the gospel of Jesus Christ is his ascension. We are familiar with his life, his death, and his resurrection; we are familiar with the Great Commission, Pentecost, and the work of the Holy Spirit in the early church. Yet the ascension of Jesus – that pivotal moment when the Son of Man approached the […]

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Isaiah and the Sovereignty of God

As we read through the writings of the prophet Isaiah, we are repeatedly confronted with declarations and examples of the sovereignty of God, of his incontestable and absolutely total control over everything in creation. Yet, of all of God’s glorious attributes, this is undoubtedly one of the most misunderstood and misrepresented. Although we may not perfectly […]

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The Fall

As we begin a new series coinciding with our chronological readings from “The Daily Bible”, Pastor Dave Leandre begins by explaining the Fall of man and how, the from the very beginning of history, we have been in need of a Savior.  In this message, Pastor Leandre develops what the consequences of sin are as seen […]

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Why On Earth Did Jesus Come? (pt.2)

We must discover the real meaning of Christmas – what “Christmas spirit” is really all about. And to do that we must first understand who Jesus is, since it’s all about Him.  Last week we stated: “in order to seek him you must first believe he existed.”  This week, we will focus on the reason behind Jesus […]

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The Christmas Gospel

Christmas is a celebration of the redemption plan that the triune God established in eternity past “according to the purpose of His will.” Not only did one man fulfill over 300 prophecies found in the Old Testament but God Himself came to rescue humanity in the form of a baby.  In today’s sermon, Pastor Leandre walks […]

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Jesus in the Life of David

The story of David facing Goliath, slaying his “tens of thousands”, is arguably one of the most well-known in the entire Bible, both inside and outside of the church, especially when applied to our lives and facing our own giants.  However, we are not the primary focus of this story; Jesus is the true and better […]

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Rahab and the Crimson Cord

Just as the Israelites were told to remain in their houses with the crimson blood of the Lamb painted on the door posts, and just as Rahab was told to remain in her room with the crimson cord tied to the window, so we must be under the protecting, saving power of the crimson blood […]

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Jesus in the Life of Joshua

It has been said that Jesus pervades the Old Testament the way that salt pervades the ocean, and in the introduction to the book of Joshua, we once again see this truth come to light.  Join Pastor Dave Leandre as he takes us through some of the comparisons between Joshua and Christ and learn how, through […]

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