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Britton Bishop // November 26, 2023 The building project continues with the details of Solomon’s palace complex, and if we aren’t careful this text can just become detail after detail. When in reality Jesus is all over the pages; if we look closely we will see that these verses point us to the reality that…
John Vermilya // November 19, 2023 The greatest structure ever built was the house that Solomon built for the name of the Lord. Its greatness was not because of its size, beauty, or grandeur, but because of who would dwell there.
John Vermilya // November 12, 2023 The greatest structure ever built was the temple Solomon built for the name of the Lord. But there is an even greater structure that God is building now, and we are called to be a part of it.
John Vermilya // November 5, 2023 Jesus promised that the born again will enter the Kingdom of God. That Kingdom is both a spiritual rule in our hearts and his literal reign on earth. But what does His Kingdom look like?
Tim Burgess // October 29, 2023 The King’s Wisdom
John Vermilya // October 22, 2023 The Christian faith understands that life and people are complicated. The Gospel offers the answer that un-complicates both. It’s not found in dogma but in the person of Jesus.
John Vermilya // October 15, 2023 The Bible teaches that the kingdom of God is serious business. The kingdom promises righteousness, peace and joy under the reign of Jesus Christ. But only for those who repent and believe in God’s anointed king.
John Vermilya // October 8, 2023 What defines godly manhood or womanhood? If it is success, strength, beauty, or power then we’ve wasted our lives. In David’s last words we see God’s definition of manhood and womanhood.
Tim Burgess // October 1, 2023 There is promised a day of victorious return. He will return. At his return a spectacular event is going to happen. Every knee will bow and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord. When THE MAN returns everything will be set right, forever.
We trust God and take risks,
FOR THE KING,
rejecting religion, apathy, and the safety
of the American Dream.