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Speaker: Rev. Mark Mueller Scripture Focus: Acts 16:9–15, Revelation 21:9–14, Revelation 21:21-27, & John 16:23–33 Service Summary: The disciples thought they knew what Jesus was saying, but it was before Easter, and they could not understand. They would, “in that day,” that is, after Jesus’ victory and the Spirit’s gift of faith. Now we with them …
 
What ‘big prayers’ do you pray? Why do or don’t you pray ‘big prayers’? In this message, we hear how knowing what God has done not only changes our prayers for the future but gives joy now. Outline Good News on Repeat (vv1-2) What our God has done (vv3-16) Rejoicing in the Lord (vv17-19)Philippians 4:4-6…
 
Sermon from Sunday, May 1, 2022 | In this sermon, Zeru talks about the compassion of God in Christ as the source of healing for survivors of abuse. Looking at Hagar’s story and the way she was treated by her masters - Sarai and Abram - we see God’s tenderness and care for the oppressed. For more information about Mosaic, visit us online: www.mosaic…
 
The Holy Spirit desires to bring about unity in the body. But true abiding unity only comes when the individual body parts stop contending for what they want and submit themselves wholly to what the Head leads. The Holy Spirit desires to produce health in the body, but the body parts may not like the path it takes to get there, and may fight agains…
 
Speaker: Rev. Mark Mueller Scripture Focus: Acts 11:1–18, Revelation 21:1–7, & John 13:31–35 Service Summary: Now we know the end of the story. In John’s vision in the Epistle, heaven will be like an eternal wedding feast. All of us in the Church have been made presentable by Christ, the Bridegroom. Unlike the disciples, who in today’s Gospel still…
 
Speaker: Rev. Mark Mueller Scripture Focus: Acts 20:17–35, Revelation 7:9–17, & John 10:22–30 Service Summary: It is Good Shepherd Sunday, and the familiar twenty-third Psalm is echoed throughout our worship. Our Lord went through the valley of the shadow of death in our place, leading from death to eternal life. There is work to do before we get t…
 
Speaker: Rev. Mark Mueller Scripture Focus: Acts 9:1–22, Revelation 5: 8–14, & John 21:1–19 Service Summary: In light of Christ’s eternal victory, we should expect change in our daily living. For example, although they were called to be fishers of men, in today’s Gospel, the disciples learned that they needed to listen to their Lord even when fishi…
 
Speaker: Rev. Murray Brindle Scripture Focus: Acts 5:12–20, Acts 5:21-32, Revelation 1:4–18, & John 20:19–31 Service Summary: Thomas had missed out. He wasn’t there with the other disciples when the risen Jesus appeared that first Easter night to show them His hands and side. Thomas was absent when Jesus breathed on them with His Spirit and sent th…
 
Is God’s justice good news? What compassion can be found when God avenges wrongs? In this message from the little known prophet, Nahum, we hear the good news of God’s compassionate justice. Outline Setting the Scene An avenging refuge (1:1-8) Judgment against Nineveh (2:3-10) Joy in Justice (1:15; 3:18-19) Compassionate Justice at the Cross (Coloss…
 
In the book of John, Jesus makes seven powerful "I AM" statements that give us a fresh perspective and a deeper understanding of who Jesus is and how knowing Him changes everything. Join us as we study this seven-week series.Von Lead Pastor Brad Philbeck
 
Speaker: Rev. Tom Zehnder Scripture Focus: Isaiah 65:17–25, 1 Corinthians 15:19–26, & Luke 24:1–12 Service Summary: “He is risen!” shouts our true hope. “He is risen indeed!” reverberates our confident belief. The high point of our Christian life is celebrated this morning as we gather with all of God’s children to rejoice in the resurrection of ou…
 
Speaker: Rev. Tom Zehnder Scripture Focus: Job 19:23–27, 1 Corinthians 15:51–57, & John 20:1–18 Service Summary: We have gathered outside of the nave, following the ancient custom of the Church, which for two thousand years has gathered at the entrance of Christ’s tomb at Easter sunrise to celebrate His resurrection. When we join in our opening hym…
 
As light dawns on the third day, the future breaks into the present with fear and alarm, but because Jesus is alive we need not be afraid. Outline Light dawns (vv1-3) An alarming sight! (vv4-7) Trembling and Afraid (v8) This sermon covers Mark 16:1-8. In the message there is a brief mention of the question of the ending of Mark. This is a short int…
 
Speaker: Rev. Raleigh Sims Scripture Focus: Jeremiah 31:31-34, Hebrews 10:15-25, and Luke 22:7-20 Service Summary: One of the enduring legends from medieval times relates to the cup used by our Lord at the supper He shared with His disciples in the Upper Room on this evening. Known as the Holy Grail, the cup was said to have been passed into the sa…
 
Sometimes we avoid or shy away from certain scriptural truths because un-scriptural preachers have hijacked, twisted, and perverted the truth. But, no matter how wrongly certain truths have been handled by false teachers, it doesn't make those truths any less true. --We ought to preach and embrace the truth, no matter how many people have misused i…
 
Speaker: Rev. Raleigh Sims Scripture Focus: Deuteronomy 32:36-39, Philippians 2:8b, & John 12:20-43 Service Summary: The words of the prophet Zechariah echo throughout this special day: “Behold your king is coming to you; righteous and having salvation is He, humble and mounted on a donkey” (Zechariah 9:9). On this day, we remember how Jesus Christ…
 
In this 6th look at -The Ekklessia- The Body of Christ and How She Functions with Christ as Her Head,- we consider the Great Commission of Jesus Christ. The whole purpose of a healthy body is to be able to do those things the head may lead and direct--the things only an active, living body can do. In short, the body is called to -GO.-…
 
Sermon from Sunday, April 3, 2022 | Lent helps us re-orient our hearts to a fundamental question: what do I *want*? This week, we examine the idols of our city, how they play to our desires, and what is our alternative lifestyle in light of these gods clamoring for our affection. For more information about our church, visit us online at www.mosaick…
 
Mosaic Midweek | March 31, 2022 | This week, Wes and Zeru tackle the freeing idea of confession. What constitutes confidentiality, who are trustworthy people, and how might our lives change if we believed that God is more willing to forgive than we are to confess? For more information about Mosaic, visit us online: www.mosaicknox.org/…
 
Character is defined as the mental and moral qualities distinctive to an individual. Integrity is defined as having strong moral principles. God cares more about who we are on the inside than what we look like on the outside. During this sermon series we will discover how our character and integrity are an inside job.…
 
Speaker: Rev. Murray Brindle Scripture Focus: Philippians 3:8–14 Sermon Takeaway: We all have a race to run in our Christian lives, and each one of us will run it differently. But we need to remember the goal that we have, and that goal is heaven. Begin with the end in mind and press on toward the prize.…
 
What do we do with the Old Testament? In this, our final message in this series, we hear Stephen’s final words as he defends the accusation that followers of Jesus are against ’this Holy Place’ and against ‘God’s law’. And doing so we see how Jesus is present and promised in the whole Bible. Outline Falsely accused (6:8-15) This Holy Place, the Law…
 
In this 5th look at -The Ekklesia,- we discuss how Love should be our foundation, our motivation, and our essence. Everything Jesus did was in love, and Scripture clearly teaches that Love is the only way to fulfill the Law of God. --Love is, at its most fundamental level, sacrifice. And -greater love hath no man than this, that he lay down his lif…
 
Speaker: Rev. Raleigh Sims Scripture Focus: Genesis 45:1-15, Ephesians 4:25-32, & John 13:34-35 Service Summary: In this service, we come to understand that within the communities God has placed us, we are given the grace to treat one another as Christ has cared for us in his love and mercy.
 
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