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Preaching The Gospel To Yourself - Zephaniah Style


Speaker: Randy Newman

Summary: Guest Speaker-Dr. Randy Newman: Preaching The Gospel To Yourself - Zephaniah Style

Approaching God


Speaker: Chris Mendez

Summary: When it comes to interpersonal relationships of any kind how you approach things is pretty important. But it’s bigger than that, how a person approaches a relationship actually communicates quite a bit about how they view that relationship The same is true when it comes to our relationship with God. How we approach God communicates quite a bit about how we view that most important relationship. In this message, will look at three instances where Jesus teaches us some important truths about how we should approach our loving Heavenly Father.

The Apostles’ Creed - “I Believe in the Forgiveness of Sins…”


Speaker: Mark Petersburg

Summary: The Apostles’ Creed ends with three statements of belief that have to do with the reign of God throughout eternity: the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting. Forgiveness is such an important doctrine. This truth sets Christianity apart from all the other great religions of the world. The resurrection of the body and life everlasting are tremendous promises for those who believe in Jesus.

The Apostles’ Creed - “I Believe in the Holy Ghost…”


Speaker: Mark Petersburg

Summary: The Creed continues by stating belief in the Holy Ghost, the holy catholic Church, and the Communion of Saints. These can be grouped under the banner of “The Reign of God in the Church.” The Holy Spirit plays such a major role in the establishment of the Church

The Apostles’ Creed - “I Believe in Jesus”


Speaker: Mark Petersburg

Summary: The Creed ends its affirmations about Jesus with more important observations about him and his work: “the third day he rose again…ascended into heaven, and sitteth on the right hand of God…; from thence he shall come to judge….” The resurrection is proof that Jesus’ sacrifice was sufficient satisfaction for God’s judgment against sin. Then he took his place in heaven with the Father and intercedes for us (Romans 8). From that position he will one day return to gather the church to himself and then return for judgment.

The Apostles’ Creed - “I Believe in Jesus”


Speaker: Mark Petersburg

Summary: This is the heart of the Creed’s statement about Jesus. It is the “heart” because it speaks of the purpose for which God became man, that is, to deal with the issue of sin and fulfill God’s redemptive plan

The Apostles’ Creed - “I Believe in Jesus”


Speaker: Mark Petersburg

Summary: Church leaders were dealing with various heresies regarding the identity of Jesus when they crafted The Apostles’ Creed in the mid-second century. The answer to the question of centuries ago: “Who is Jesus?” is still being debated in our day. These leaders based their answer on apostolic teaching, and we today need to also base our views on what is regarded as Holy Scripture, reflecting the teachings of apostolic authority.

The Apostles’ Creed - “I Believe in God…”


Speaker: Mark Petersburg

Summary: The Apostles’ Creed commences with this affirmation: “I believe in God the Father Almighty, Maker of Heaven and Earth.” The Creed begins at the beginning

“I Believe” - The Apostles’ Creed: An Introduction


Speaker: Mark Petersburg

Summary: Think about the challenge to the Church as a new century dawned, a century without a living apostle. What do we believe? What is the core of beliefs that the apostles bequeathed to the Church? What does it mean to be Christian? Questions like these, plus the need to confront heresies entering the Church, led to the formulation of creeds. This message is an introduction to creeds and, in particular, to the earliest one: The Apostles’ Creed.

Conversations with Jesus: Peter - Dealing with Failure


Speaker: Mark Petersburg

Summary: Failure. That word has such a negative ring to it, doesn’t it? Perhaps no one in Scripture failed so stupendously than the disciple Peter. Yet, Jesus makes a point before he ascends back to his Father to restore Peter. He isn’t finished with him yet. What a great reminder for us who fail God all the time. Yet God, in his grace, stands ready to forgive and to restore.