SERIES: Jesus Face-to-Face

 

With the Storm

SERMON FROM NOVEMBER 4, 2018

What must have it been like to stand face to face with the Creator of the Universe? To lock eyes with the second person of the Triune God? Throughout the Gospels, individuals from every walk of life encounter Jesus face to face. Each encounter made a profound impact on those he spoke with.


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With the Centurion

Sermon From December 2, 2018

What must have it been like to stand face to face with the Creator of the Universe? To lock eyes with the second person of the Triune God? Throughout the Gospels, individuals from every walk of life encounter Jesus face to face. Each encounter made a profound impact on those he spoke with. Each encounter shines a light on our humanity, fragility, and need, and gives us a deeper, richer understanding of the person who claimed the authority of God himself. 

In this second message of the series, Pastor Jeff McKearney looks at the encounter of Jesus with the centurion in Matthew 8:5-13 and his display of faith that impresses Jesus.


With The Devil

SERMON FROM JANUARY 13, 2019

Continuing in his series "Jesus Face To Face," Pastor Jeff McKearney looks into Jesus' encounter with Satan in Matthew 4:1-11 and how he defeated temptation not just for himself but on our behalf.


With Isaiah

SERMON FROM FEBRUARY 3, 2019

What is Jesus Christ's greatest desire for you? Is it the American dream? Is it to be a better person? Is that you might accept yourself, a better you? Is it to be forgiven? Continuing his "Jesus Face to Face" series, Pastor Jeff McKearney looks at Isaiah 6 and other passages to see how scripture answers that.


With Death

SERMON FROM MARCH 24, 2019

Most people fear death. It is a fixed point in all our lives and we live under its shadow. But, as it's been said, Jesus doesn't do funerals. What can we learn from Jesus' approach to death?

In this message continuing a series, Pastor Jeff McKearney looks at Jesus' miracle in John 11:1-27 and gives six observations on death. Because of Jesus, we have hope.