House Church Past Messages

House Church – May 22nd, 2022

House Church – May 22nd, 2022

The letter of Romans was written to a people the author, the Apostle Paul, had never met. This may explain why it resonates with us today. It reads like a lantern for those searching for theological clarity in this often dark cavernous world. This letter trains, equips, empowers, and reveals the heart of what it means to follow Jesus and have a relationship with God. As we make out way to Romans 10, we encounter hope. Join us as we explore what the Gospel is and how it shapes the mission of our lives.

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House Church – May 15th, 2022

House Church – May 15th, 2022

Welcome to House Church, this week we are honored to have Brad Jones teaching today! Brad is a part of our spiritual family, a group leader here, and also serves a global ministry working to create businesses that help plant churches in countries around the world.

The letter of Romans was written to a people the author, the Apostle Paul, had never met. This may explain why it resonates with us today. It reads like a lantern for those searching for theological clarity in this often dark cavernous world. This letter trains, equips, empowers, and reveals the heart of what it means to follow Jesus and have a relationship with God. Romans 9 addresses the sovereignty of God and invites us to trust His power, knowledge, work, and will.

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House Church – May 8th, 2022

House Church – May 8th, 2022

The letter of Romans was written to a people the author, the Apostle Paul, had never met. This may explain why it resonates with us today. It reads like a lantern for those searching for theological clarity in this often dark cavernous world. This letter trains, equips, empowers, and reveals the heart of what it means to follow Jesus and have a relationship with God. In Romans 8:18-39 ESV we process suffering and how God is working in the midst of suffering.

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House Church – May 1st, 2022

House Church – May 1st, 2022

The letter of Romans was written to a people the author, the Apostle Paul, had never met. This may explain why it resonates with us today. It reads like a lantern for those searching for theological clarity in this often dark cavernous world. This letter trains, equips, empowers, and reveals the heart of what it means to follow Jesus and have a relationship with God. As we step into Romans 8 we explore what a life led by the Holy Spirit looks like and produces.

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House Church – April 24th, 2022

House Church – April 24th, 2022

The letter of Romans was written to a people the author, the Apostle Paul, had never met. This may explain why it resonates with us today. It reads like a lantern for those searching for theological clarity in this often dark cavernous world. This letter trains, equips, empowers, and reveals the heart of what it means to follow Jesus and have a relationship with God. Romans 7 reveals that we have died to the law and now live in the New Covenant united with Jesus. Join us as we explore the difference in life bound to the law versus life united and led by the Holy Spirit.

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House Church – April 17th, 2022

House Church – April 17th, 2022

It’s easy to move in and out of the Easter season very casually as we move into spring, but for the next few weeks, we want to slow down and process this season more closely. If Jesus was born of a virgin, lived a sinless life, died for our sins, and rose from the dead then that reality changes everything. This week we explore the full impact of the resurrection through Luke 24:1-12 ESV.

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House Church – April 10th, 2022

House Church – April 10th, 2022

It’s easy to move in and out of the Easter season very casually as we move into spring, but for the next few weeks, we want to slow down and process this season more closely. If Jesus was born of a virgin, lived a sinless life, died for our sins, and rose from the dead then that reality changes everything. This week we encounter the cross through Mark 15:16-39 ESV and see how the sacrificial death of Jesus changes everything.

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House Church – April 3rd, 2022

House Church – April 3rd, 2022

It’s easy to move in and out of the Easter season very casually as we move into spring, but for the next few weeks, we want to slow down and process this season more closely. If Jesus was born of a virgin, lived a sinless life, died for our sins, and rose from the dead then that reality changes everything. This week we unpack 2 Corinthians¬†5:20-6:2 ESV and explore the idea that Jesus lived a sinless life.

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House Church – March 27th, 2022

House Church – March 27th, 2022

It’s easy to move in and out of the Easter season very casually as we move into spring, but for the next few weeks, we want to slow down and process this season more closely. If Jesus was born of a virgin, lived a sinless life, died for our sins, and rose from the dead then that reality changes everything. This week we explore Luke 1:26-38 ESV and process the significance of the virgin birth of Jesus.

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House Church – March 20th, 2022

House Church – March 20th, 2022

The letter of Romans was written to a people the author, the Apostle Paul, had never met. This may explain why it resonates with us today. It reads like a lantern for those searching for theological clarity in this often dark cavernous world. This letter trains, equips, empowers, and reveals the heart of what it means to follow Jesus and have a relationship with God. Romans 6 asks us two direct questions and then helps us to think differently about and push back against sin.

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House Church – March 13th, 2022

House Church – March 13th, 2022

The letter of Romans was written to a people the author, the Apostle Paul, had never met. This may explain why it resonates with us today. It reads like a lantern for those searching for theological clarity in this often dark cavernous world. This letter trains, equips, empowers, and reveals the heart of what it means to follow Jesus and have a relationship with God. In Romans 5 we discover the result of faith in the form of peace! Join us we work to embrace the peace of God instead of culture’s lacking¬†substitutes.

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House Church – March 6th, 2022

House Church – March 6th, 2022

The letter of Romans was written to a people the author, the Apostle Paul, had never met. This may explain why it resonates with us today. It reads like a lantern for those searching for theological clarity in this often dark cavernous world. This letter trains, equips, empowers, and reveals the heart of what it means to follow Jesus and have a relationship with God. Romans 4 is our next challenge as we explore the faith of Abraham in the Old Testament and our faith today.

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House Church – February 27th 2022

House Church – February 27th, 2022

The letter of Romans was written to a people the author, the Apostle Paul, had never met. This may explain why it resonates with us today. It reads like a lantern for those searching for theological clarity in this often dark cavernous world. This letter trains, equips, empowers, and reveals the heart of what it means to follow Jesus and have a relationship with God. This week we explore Romans 3 and discover how Jesus makes justification possible.

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House Church – February 20th, 2022

House Church – February 20th, 2022

The letter of Romans was written to a people the author, the Apostle Paul, had never met. This may explain why it resonates with us today. It reads like a lantern for those searching for theological clarity in this often dark cavernous world. This letter trains, equips, empowers, and reveals the heart of what it means to follow Jesus and have a relationship with God. This week we work through Romans 2 and the consequences of self-justification.

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House Church – February 13th, 2022

House Church – February 13th, 2022

The letter of Romans was written to a people the author, the Apostle Paul, had never met. This may explain why it resonates with us today. It reads like a lantern for those searching for theological clarity in this often dark cavernous world. This letter trains, equips, empowers, and reveals the heart of what it means to follow Jesus and have a relationship with God. This week we investigate Romans 1:18-32 ESV and work through the full impact of sin and life disconnected from God.

You can download the House Church guide for this week and follow along below.

House Church – February 6th, 2022

House Church – February 6th, 2022

The letter of Romans was written to a people the author, the Apostle Paul, had never met. This may explain why it resonates with us today. It reads like a lantern for those searching for theological clarity in this often dark cavernous world. This letter trains, equips, empowers, and reveals the heart of what it means to follow Jesus and have a relationship with God. This week we work through Romans 1:1-17 ESV and discover our mission to lead others toward Jesus and embrace faith in Jesus.

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House Church – January 30th, 2022

House Church – January 30th, 2022

Followers of Jesus can often find themselves chasing after the same things their neighbors are chasing. A bigger house, different friends, more security, the perfect family, a promotion, a certain weight on the scale, or that perfect job. If you are a follower of Jesus or you are exploring who Jesus is, I am sure you have realized there is more to life than chasing temporary things. In this series, we will explore the values we hold close as a church and how they all can help us find more of Jesus in our day-to-day life in 2022. This week we explore Luke 14:25-35 and discover more about our value of Spiritual Renewal and the reality that we all have a next step to take following Jesus.

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House Church – January 23rd, 2022

House Church – January 23rd, 2022

Followers of Jesus can often find themselves chasing after the same things their neighbors are chasing. A bigger house, different friends, more security, the perfect family, a promotion, a certain weight on the scale, or that perfect job. If you are a follower of Jesus or you are exploring who Jesus is, I am sure you have realized there is more to life than chasing temporary things. In this series, we will explore the values we hold close as a church and how they all can help us find more of Jesus in our day-to-day life in 2022. This week we encounter John 15:12-17 and process what it means to be With & For each other and our city.

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House Church – January 16th, 2022

House Church – January 16th, 2022

Followers of Jesus can often find themselves chasing after the same things their neighbors are chasing. A bigger house, different friends, more security, the perfect family, a promotion, a certain weight on the scale, or that perfect job. If you are a follower of Jesus or you are exploring who Jesus is, I am sure you have realized there is more to life than chasing temporary things. In this series, we will explore the values we hold close as a church and how they all can help us find more of Jesus in our day-to-day life in 2022. This week we explore Luke 4:1-13 and its connection to our value of Biblical Truth.

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House Church – January 9th, 2022

House Church – January 9th, 2022

Followers of Jesus can often find themselves chasing after the same things their neighbors are chasing. A bigger house, different friends, more security, the perfect family, a promotion, a certain weight on the scale, or that perfect job. If you are a follower of Jesus or you are exploring who Jesus is, I am sure you have realized there is more to life than chasing temporary things. In this series, we will explore the values we hold close as a church and how they all can help us find more of Jesus in our day-to-day life in 2022. This week we examine Luke 6:27-36 and the invitation of Jesus to selfless living.

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