John Vermilya // April 5, 2020 God intends disciples to multiply disciples. After the triumphal entry, Jesus preached a sermon on how a grain of wheat must die in order to multiply more fruit. Jesus’ mission of redemption multiplies exponentially when disciples, leaders, and churches reproduce themselves. Unfortunately, most Christians and churches fail to multiply,…

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John Vermilya // March 29, 2020 God invites people into relationship and transforms them with his love. Transformed people invite others to meet God, and when these people band together they form a church – and that’s when real momentum is developed. When everyone takes responsibility for that kind of culture, we build momentum and…

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John Vermilya // March 22, 2020 God invites so you invite. God invites all of us into relationship because He loves us. Last week we looked at the wheel of discipleship: Seekers – Believers – Followers – Laborers. Part of God’s invitation is to become his invitation. 2nd Corinthians 5 gives us a picture of…

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John Vermilya // March 15, 2020 The great story of the Gospel is that God invites all people into relationship with Him through faith; and deeper in relationship through obedience. The main point of the message is for people to see clearly where they are on the path; and to accept God’s invitation to make…

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Ben Brown // March 8, 2020 The nation of Israel has committed genocide against the tribe of Benjamin, leaving only 600 men alive. This chapter closes out the dark book of Judges, giving us a sobering picture of what happens when there is no King, and we all do what is right in our own…

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Seth Bush // March 1, 2020 This passage covers the retaliation of Israel against the Benjaminites as they seek vengeance for the death of the concubine. When we become hardened with being right, we miss out on Jesus. We don’t need another judge, we need a King.

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John Vermilya // February 16, 2020 This story serves as a stark reminder that God has no grandchildren, only sons and daughters. Each must individually choose a relationship with God, and whether or not to conform to His will of God.

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John Vermilya // February 9, 2020 Today we fall into the traps of worshipping God on our own terms, with images that we fashion, when it’s convenient, and never really giving God control. The bottom line for us is to worship God as he is, not as we want him to be.

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John Vermilya // February 2, 2020 Samson is regarded in the Hebrews 11 hall of faith. This can only be a testament to salvation by grace alone through faith alone. It is staggering to consider what Samson could have been and done for God. Built before being too hard on Samson, we can also see…

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