Genesis: First Things
In the Beginning
March 10, 2019
In this Advent series, we discover the child that was to be born named Immanuel.
In this series, we learn of the ordinary ways God works in and through our lives to accomplish his plans.
In this series, we discover how ‘God rules history and brings it to its consummation in Christ.’
In this series, we will see what the Lord’s grace is doing in us, among us, around us, and through us.
In this Advent series, we explore the miracle of Christ’s incarnation for our salvation.
In Ephesians, we find the basics of our faith, thus leading us to identify this series as Christianity 101.
For the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, we consider the kind of Christian life and the characteristics of its believers.
These are sermons from Palm Sunday and Easter that are not in a series.
In this series, we study the wisdom book of Ecclesiastes to find our way through the ‘shadowlands’ to true joy.
In this series on Genesis 1-11, we venture through the essentials of our faith to understand the God who is, who we are and how this relates to the world in which we live.
In this Advent series, we focus on the songs as Christians and angels join together to life their voices in praise of the One coming.
These are Pastor Wayne’s and guests sermons that are not in a series.
join the journey as we read through the book of Psalms.
In this series, we learn the code of conduct and ways of the Lord by looking to the eternal Word of God as well as the decay culture of our day.
In this series, we learn that the lines of the creed are the essence of what we confess and believe – not mere words.
In this series, the Westminster Shorter Catechism Q/A #4 provides the structure for the attributes of God from his spirituality and aseity to his love.
In this series, we note the Lord’s Prayer is a pattern for all Christian praying and Jesus teaches us to pray this way as it was the way he prayed.
In this Advent series, we focus on God’s promise of a coming light that pierces the night.
In this series, we spend time retracing our path to look briefly at the foundation doctrines – the 5 solas of the reformation.
In these sermons on the transforming power of grace, our aim is to show that we never outgrow our need for God’s life-changing grace – the gospel of the cross and the empty tomb.
In this series, we look to the cross.
In this series, we identify the biblical Jesus, who he is, and what he came to do.