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Matthew 28:18-20 & Philippians 4:21-23
When asked who led them to Jesus, how many people would name you? From the day Jesus started building His church until the day He left, His call was crystal clear: Go make more followers. The early church got that. Why don’t we? Join us at any of our four weekend experiences as Pastor Rich leads us into one of the most central responsibilities of Christians: to lead people to Jesus. God doesn’t just want you committed, He wants you contagious.
What if you could love like Jesus? Not just the idea of love or the belief in love. Because here’s the thing: you don’t lead people to Jesus by what you believe. You lead people to Jesus by how you behave. Jesus’ love is bold and risky and daring and active. When everyone else ran away, Jesus reached out and touched the leper. When an entire town blacklisted a demon-possessed man, Jesus set him free. When a woman caught in the act of adultery was about to be killed, Jesus stood between her and her accusers. When you were dead in sin, Jesus hung on the cross. Jesus loves with a fierce love that plunges into the dark to rescue the lost. What if you could love like Jesus? You could change the world. Join us for any of our four Weekend Experiences as Pastor Rich leads us into week #5 of our Vision 2017 series.
You’re good at something. Maybe lots of somethings. But are you using what you’re good at to serve people? You’re at your best when you look like Jesus. Listen to something Jesus said, “…I didn’t come to be served, but to serve.” Jesus’ life centered around serving people. And He expects His followers to do the same. In fact, according to Jesus you have no part of Him unless you’re serving. Join us at any of our weekend experiences as Pastor Rich teaches 4 key steps that will not only help you serve, but will help you follow Jesus. Come expectant!
I don’t know any 16 year-olds in elementary school. Or any 18 year-olds playing midget football. In nearly every area of life we’re expected to grow and mature and move forward. And we want to. Frankly, it would be embarrassing to drive to third grade. So why do we settle for less in our faith? Why do we think it’s okay to remain “spiritual babies” when we claim to have been Christians for years? God expects you to grow up in your faith. And one of the best ways to do that is by studying His Word. Join us for any of our four weekend events as Pastor Rich leads us into week 3 of our sermon series Vision 2017.
What’s God’s Vision for Community Church? God has marked us for His purpose, a Vision so much bigger than we can imagine. This weekend’s message is the second installment in our Vision 2017 series. Pastor John will be focusing on Worship this week, and he’ll be using Luke 4:16 to illustrate this lesson. In this passage, we’ll get a glimpse of time Jesus spent in worship; we hope you’ll join us to explore how His time in worship aligns with Community Church’s vision for our worship experiences!
We all have vision. What you want to be when you grow up. What you want to achieve in your career. Your hope for a great family. But what about the church? What’s God’s vision for when His kids grow up? For His family? For those who aren’t yet His family? God’s mission has never changed: “Go, make disciples…” But how do we, as a local church, live into that? What’s God’s Vision for Community Church? God has marked us for His purpose, a Vision so much bigger than we can imagine. Join us this weekend at any or all of our weekend worship experiences as Pastor Rich leads us into Vision 2017!