The people of God have often found themselves in trouble. But the curse leads to the fight. Their deliverance has come with manifold grace, joy, victory, and feasting. (Esther 8:11-13; Hebrews 3:12-13; Hebrews 4:9-12; Galatians 2:20-21) Speaker(s): Thomas Schaller, Steve Devries Sermon 12226 11:00 AM on 1/2/2022 P. Schaller – Happy New Year! Blessed New […]

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The Church is a Feast

We have a feast with the Person of Christ through the Body of Christ. His Church is perfect in its position in Jesus. He has gathered us as forgiven ones saved by grace for His glory. (Ephesians 1:21-23, 3:21; Psalm 32:1-5) Speaker(s): Steven Scibelli, Thomas Schaller Sermon 12222 11:00 AM on 12/26/2021 P. Schaller – […]

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The Church is Feast of Forgiveness

God prepares a place of joy for us. The rebuke of His people shall be removed. The Table is ready for us to welcome all in need. (Isaiah 25:1-8; Psalm 130:4) Speaker(s): Dennis White, Steve Andrulonis Sermon 12221 9:00 AM on 12/26/2021

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Feast of Love

We have a vocabulary that is rooted in charity, in love. In this world full of judgment and criticism, we can sit down at the table of grace and feast. Joy is our safeguard. (Jude 11; 1 Corinthians 13) Speaker(s): Pastor Thomas Schaller Sermon 12037 9:00 AM on 2/7/2021

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Our Advocate and Our Identity

Moses, it seems, liked who he was, as a Hebrew. He refused to identify himself with Egypt, which represents the world and the ways of the devil. He forsook that life as Pharaoh’s grandson and esteemed Christ. The Spirit as our Advocate can do this for us and move us to live in an identity […]

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The Party That Has No End

Jesus showed up at a wedding feast in John 2, and the wine was gone. This is how life can be — we run out of the joy. But Christ made the water into wine to save the feast. He went to the Cross to make us part of another wedding, another marriage — one […]

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Water to Wine

The first miracle of Jesus in John 2 came at a wedding that had run out of wine. Jesus turned the water and saved the feast. Our life was made for the feast, and that feast is made possible by the Cross. (John 2:1-10) Speaker(s): Pastor Thomas Schaller Sermon 11817 9:00 AM on 1/12/2020

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We are All X Men

C.S. Lewis wrote of the X people in our lives — the lame, halt, dysfunctional ones who bother us and get under our skin. But God has made a great feast for just these ones. He asks us to compel them to come to His table for we are all X’s, people who need the […]

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The House of Mourning

Many want life to be a big, long party, a series of times in the houses of feasting. Solomon, however, wrote that the house of mourning is the better place to spend time. There, we discover Christ in the midst of reality, in the non-negotiable times of sorrow and pain. We learn that He is […]

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