Why This Waste?

Speaker: Dru Lattin
Text: Mark 14:3-9
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What does genuine worship look like? Dru tells the story of one woman who was determined to honor Jesus, regardless of what others thought. Listen below for important lessons on worshipping God, no matter what.

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Notes and reflection questions from bulletin:

Mary’s worship was focused on Jesus.
Mary’s worship required boldness.

Mary’s act of worship was

  • Theological
  • Emotional
  • An act of service

Personal reflection:

  • How do I intentionally worship God in my day-to-day life?
  • What if anything is holding me back from worshipping with freedom? (Colossians 3)
  • On what do I evaluate my relationship with Christ? (John 14:15-24; 1 John 5:1-4; Romans 8:14-16, 37-39)

The Names of God

Speaker: Elv Graber
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What does your name mean? This may be fun to ask, but it’s much more important when we are speaking of God. Elv leads the church in a discussion of God’s names, and a faith-building review of his character.

Some portions of this recording included group sharing, which were not recorded as loudly as Elv’s voice. It’s worth listening to, though!

Speaking by the Spirit of God

Key texts: 1 Corinthians 12:1-3; John 4:1-28
Speaker: Dru Lattin
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When the topic of church services come up, people often get either bored or bothered. For some, corporate worship is riddled with controversy; for others, it’s bound by tradition, something we do on autopilot.

In this message, Dru looks at the importance of an open heart when it comes to worship. Are we ready to learn from His Word? Do we recognize its importance?

Presentation from message: 2018.11.04 Speaking by the Spirit of God (1 Cor series)


Worship and the Knowledge of God

Texts: John 4:21-24; Isaiah 40
Speaker: Conroy Loewen
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God revealed himself to Isaiah as a majestic ruler, beyond our ability to fully comprehend. “The nations are as a drop in a bucket” to our God. How do we learn to worship him? Conroy reflects on how we know God and how that leads us to worship him in spirit and in truth.

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