Immersion 2: The Challenge of New Experiences

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God is calling us into a lifestyle of ongoing experiences with Him. This means He’s always wanting to do something new. The problem is, we tend to be skeptical of and afraid of new things. Often new moves of God are regarded as heretical by people who experienced the previous move. How do we navigate this so as to avoid error but still experience all that God has for us? Download this Message Download the … Read More

Immersion 1: There is More

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What is the Baptism in the Holy Spirit? Does it occur at conversion or later? We argue that the 2nd question isn’t nearly as important as we’ve made it out to be, because being immersed in God is meant to be an ongoing and lifelong experience, not just a one time event. There is always more to experience in God! Download this Message Download the Notes

The New Reformation 10: Matters of Personal Conscience

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Should Christians drink alcohol? Do Yoga? Celebrate Halloween? The answer to these kinds of questions isn’t actually cut and dry. Therefore, we have liberty to live according to our personal conscience. Romans 14 lays out a strategy to navigate disagreements what behaviors are acceptable for Christians. This message will liberate you from being the behavior police and empower you to walk in unity with people who are different than you. Download this Message Download the … Read More

The New Reformation 8: Understanding Romans 9 (Part 1)

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Romans 9 is a difficult passage of scripture. What we argue is that God is not choosing specific individuals for salvation and damnation (double predestination). Rather He has chosen that we approach Him through faith rather than works. Many Jewish people in Paul’s day, and many religious people today, still stumble at this stumbling stone. Download this Message Download the Notes