Author Archives: Phil Schmidt

“Home is Where Jesus Is”

This past Sunday we looked at the story of God promising to establish an everlasting kingdom through the line of David (2 Samuel 7) in conjunction with the story of the Magi visiting Jesus (Matthew 2). Jesus was the one … Continue reading

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“God’s Anointed”

This past Sunday we looked back on the story of David being anointed by Samuel (1 Samuel 16:1-13) from the perspective of Jesus coming as God’s true anointed King. If you’d like to read the morning message, feel free to … Continue reading

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Spiraling Down, Redemption Found

This past Sunday we focused on the books of Judges and Ruth. Judges highlights a downward tornado-like cycle, leaving God’s people in chaos. Ruth gives us a glimmer of hope. If you’d like to read through the morning sermon, feel … Continue reading

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Celebrating our Journey

I’ve missed a few posts in the past weeks. If you’d like to look back on sermons from the last few Sundays, feel free to click on the following links: Trusting God, Countercultural Leadership, Courageous Strength. This coming Sunday is our first “Celebration … Continue reading

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“Holy Living”

This past Sunday we focused on the call throughout Leviticus to be Holy as God is Holy. If you’d like to read through the sermon, feel free to click the following link: Holy Living. Family Discussion Questions are: What does it … Continue reading

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Exodus/Sinai

This past Sunday, we focused on the Formative Event for God’s people, from Exodus to Mount Sinai. At Mount Sinai, God entered into covenant relationship with the people and truly taught them to be human again. If you’d like to … Continue reading

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Exodus

This coming Sunday during community worship we will be focusing on the Exodus, that formative event when God freed God’s people from slavery in Egypt. The story of the Exodus is found in Exodus chapters 1-15. As you read this … Continue reading

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