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Peter's Sermon at Pentecost

"But Peter, standing with the eleven, lifted up his voice and addressed them: 'Men of Judea and all who dwell in Jerusalem, let this be known to you, and give ear to my words.'" - Acts 2:14, ESV

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Come and See

March 12, 2019
John 1:35-51

When the evidence is available, when witnesses are accessible, and when suspects are willing to talk, there’s nothing like seeing for yourself. Cold-case investigators don’t have that luxury. They can’t always examine the physical evidence, or even talk to witnesses or suspects who may be inaccessible or have passed away. The text we’ll examine next time chronicles the first contact Jesus has with five men who later became apostles. These men were looking for the Messiah and checked Jesus against the evidence of the OT Scriptures, come and see what that evidence led them to conclude about Jesus.

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An Introduction to John's Gospel

That You May Believe

Any detective knows the value of a reliable eyewitness. Even more important is a written account. Every witness has a purpose for giving his or her testimony. In the New Testament we have four “witness statements” we call them the Gospels. Each writer (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John) wrote to different audiences with different reasons for writing. Come join us as Pastor Tim begins to walk us through John’s eyewitness account of three years he spent with Jesus. In the first sermon we’ll discover John’s purpose for writing.

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