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Date: August 2013

Matthew: The Life and Words of Jesus, Part 47

Jesus’ Cross and Ours


Speaker: Kevin Rogers

Text: Matthew 16:21-28

Suffering precedes glory for Jesus and his disciples.

Worthy13, Part 5

Jesus Appears on the Road to Emmaus


Speaker: Ben Wikner

Text: Luke 24:13-35

In this last session, Ben offers take home points on how we can each "see Jesus" at home in the busyness of our everyday lives.

Put On Christ


Speaker: Joshua Harris

Text: Romans 13:11-14

Holiness requires starving our sinful desires and putting on Christ.

Worthy13, Part 4

The Cost of Following Jesus


Speaker: Trip Lee

Text: Luke 9:23-27

Trip expounds on Christ's threefold challenge to those who desire to be his disciples. They must deny themselves, take up their cross, and follow him.

Worthy13, Part 3

Jesus and Peter


Speaker: Joshua Harris

Text: Luke 5:1-11

Jesus calls Peter to follow him, promising to make him a fisher of men. Peter believes and follows Christ after he encounters Christ's power and holiness.

Worthy13, Part 2

Zacchaeus Meets Jesus


Speaker: Jon Smith

Text: Luke 19:1-10

In Luke 19, we encounter a guy named Zacchaeus who starts off the day as a thug and a thief but ends the day as a generous giver. He was changed after meeting Jesus.

Worthy13, Part 1

Jesus’ First Sermon


Speaker: Dave Brewer

Text: Luke 4:14-22

Luke 4 is Jesus' first recorded sermon in the gospel of Luke in which Jesus returns to his hometown to preach a message of grace and forgiveness of sins.

Matthew: The Life and Words of Jesus, Part 46

Who Do You Say That I Am?


Speaker: Joshua Harris

Text: Matthew 16:1-20

Left to ourselves, we’re blind to Jesus’s true identity, but God is revealing his Son and Jesus is building his church.

Matthew: The Life and Words of Jesus, Part 45

The Bigger Circle of God’s Grace


Speaker: Joshua Harris

Text: Matthew 15:21-39

God’s grace is always bigger than we expect, and it comes to those who know they don’t deserve it.