Wednesday Night Teaching Series

The Wednesday evening worship/teaching experience is designed to equip and encourage people as they seek to grow in their knowledge, love, and likeness of Christ.  We spend time in corporate worship through music, prayer, teaching from the Bible, communion, and building relationships with one another.  Pastors Brent Cunningham, Rob Cowles and Dick Foth invite you to participate with them each Wednesday evening from  6:45 – 8:00pm.

 

CURRENT TEACHING SERIES BEGINNING WED, MARCH 6, 2013


March 6-April 3, 2013
While the Christ story reaches its scandalous climax at Easter, Paul distills the sweeping narrative of the ‘Slave-King’ nowhere more passionately or beautifully than in Philippians 2:5-11. And in what may serve as the centerpiece of the entire New Testament, we glimpse the clearest picture of both God’s heart toward us, as well as our own goal in human existence.
•3/6 Incarnation: Vs. 5-7
•3/13 Crucifixion: Vs. 8
•3/20 Resurrection: Vs. 9a, Pt. 1
•3/27 Resurrection: Vs. 9a, Pt. 2
•4/3 Exaltation & Consummation: Vs. 9-11

 

 

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SERIES ARCHIVES:

 

 

Spring 2013: Psalm 23: When the Lord is my Shepherd…peace is not escape, contentment is not complacency, faith is the readiness to face deep darkness and imminent attack, and the goal is no material prize but God Himself.

6-week Schedule:
Jan 9 Vs. 1: The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not be in want.
Jan 16 Vs. 2: He makes me lie down in green pastures, He leads me beside quiet waters,
Jan 23 Vs. 3: He restores my soul. He guides me in paths of righteousness for His name’s sake.
Jan 30 Vs. 4: Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for You are with me; Your rod and Your staff, they comfort me.
Feb 6 Vs. 5: You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies. You anoint my head with oil; my cup overflows.
Feb 13 Vs. 6: Surely goodness and love will follow me all the days of my life, and I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever.

Psalms
2/20 Psalm 1: The Constant Gardener– Brent Cunningham
2/27 Psalm 139: Always There – Dick Foth

 

 


It’s not possible to be spiritually mature while remaining emotionally immature. This is an invitation to a deeper and wider relationship with Jesus. This is a challenge to grow in the necessary practical skills for your spiritual formation journey so that you can grow into an emotionally and spiritually mature follower of Christ.

9 / 5     • A strategy for discipleship that actually changes lives
9 / 12   • Look beneath the surface (Inventory of Spiritual/Emotional Maturity)
9 / 19   • Break the power of the past
9 / 26   • Live in brokenness and vulnerability
10 / 3   • Receive the gift of limits
10 / 10 • Enlarge your soul through grief and loss
10 / 17 • Learn new skills to love well
10 / 24 • Slow down to breath the air of eternity

 

 


Spring 2012 Series: “As We Go: Living the Great Commission”
What does it mean to live as Jesus’ apprentices? Imagine the church embracing the “Great Commission” to GO into all the spheres of influence that God has put within our reach.  We challenge you to join us in this six-week teaching series each Wednesday.

• 4/11/12     “Uncovering the purpose of being the church” (Pastors Rob & Brent)
• 4/18/12     “A window into missions” (Pastors Brent, Mark, & missionary Ron Bueno)
• 4/25/12     “Stories of those who’ve abandoned all” (Pastors Dick & Brent)
• 5/2/12       “The Three skills of an ambassador” (Pastors Rob, Dick, Brent)
• 5/9/12       “Apologetics Q&A night” (Pastors Rob, Dick, Brent)
• 4/16/12     “Your ability to focus on that one person” (Pastors, Rob, Dick, Brent)

 

 

Easter 2012 Series Description:  “Dead Man Walking”
The most influential man to ever walk the earth said that his core purpose in this life was to die.  The most important day on the Christian calendar celebrates his bodily resurrection three days after his execution.  As Jesus approached the finish line, the attacks on him grew stronger while his focus and efforts surged in intensity.  Join us on Wednesday nights as we explore the critical events in the last week of Jesus’ life that clarified his mission.
• 3/14/12     “The People”  (Pastor Rob)
• 3/21/12     “The Temple”  (Pastor Brent)
• 3/28/12     “The Passover Meal”  (Pastors Rob & Brent)
• 4/4/12       “The Garden Prayer”  (Pastors Rob, Dick, Brent)

 

You are Here: Finding Ourselves In the 7 Churches of Revelation
• 1/11/12     Rev 1,
“What Does Jesus Think About His Church?” (Cunningham)
• 1/18/12     Spotlighting ‘Rich’s Ride’ (Rich & Becky Dixon)
• 1/25/12     Rev 2, “Ephesus” (Cowles)
• 2/1/12       Rev 2, “Smyrna” (Cowles & Cunningham)
• 2/8/12       Rev 2, “Pergamum” (Foth)
• 2/15/12     Rev 2, “Thyatira” (Foth & Cunningham)
• 2/22/12     Rev 3, “Sardis” (Cowles, Foth, Cunningham)
• 2/29/12     Rev 3, “Philadelphia” (Cowles, Foth, Cunningham)
 • 3/7/12       Rev 3, “Laodicea” (Cunningham)

 

2011 series: Recalibrating Life Through the Lord’s Prayer
• 9/7/11      Mat 6:5–13, “Why Pray?”
• 9/14/11    Mat 6:9, “The Father In the Heavens”
• 9/21/11      Mat 6:9, “What’s In A Name?”
• 9/28/11      Mat 6:9, “How To Hallow God’s Name”
• 10/5/11      Mat 6:10, “Whose Kingdom & Whose Will?”
• 10/12/11     Mat 6:11, “Our Daily Bread”
• 10/19/11     Missions Night
• 10/26/11     Mat 6:12, “Confession of Sin”
• 11/2/11       Mat 6:12, “Forgiveness”
• 11/9/11       Mat 6:13, “A Prayer for Protection”
• 11/16/11     Mat 6:13, “Thine Not Mine”

 

2010 series: The Continuing story of Acts
• 9/8/10      Acts 3:11-16, “The Brick Wall of Truth”
(Article: Witnessing Tips: Apologetics, Truth, and Humility)
(Video: C. S. Lewis on Jesus as Lord, Liar, or Lunatic)
• 9/15/10    Acts 3:17-26, “Living On Purpose”
(Video & Audio: Os Guinness on ‘The Journey’)
• 9/22/10    Acts 4:1-12, “No Other Name”
(Article 1: Tolerant or Intolerant? Are All Beliefs Equal and Valid?)
(Article 2: Following a Unique Christ in a Pluralistic Society)
(Suggested Reading: Seven Reasons Why You Can Trust the Bible)
• 9/29/10    Acts 4:13-22, “The Clash of Loyalties, Pt. 1”
(Article 1: Moralistic Therapeutic Deism)
(Article 2: Ruthlessly Eliminate Hurry)
• 10/6/10    Acts 4:23-31, “Engaging Culture”
(Video: Was the US Ever a Christian Nation?)
(Audio: Can Christians Have a Positive Influence on American Politics?)
• 10/13/10  Acts 4:32-37, “How to Become Unshakable”
• 10/20/10  Acts 5:1-11,  [Child Dedications]
• 10/27/10  Acts 5:12-16
• 11/3/10    Acts 5:17-26
• 11/10/10  Q&A night (post questions below or come ready to ask)
• 11/17/10  Guest Speaker Scott Hynds from Ireland.
• 11/24/10  NOT MEETING (Thanksgiving)
• 12/1/10    Christmas Celebration
• 1/5/11      Q&A night 1 (salvation & life after death)
• 1/12/11    Q&A night 2 (science & church history)
• 1/19/11    Q&A night 3 (Holy Spirit & canon of the Bible)
• 1/26/11    Acts 5:17-42, “All In”
• 2/2/11      Acts 6:1-7, “The Making of a Movement”
• 1/9/11      Acts 6:8 – 8:3, “The Cost of Discipleship” [Child Dedications]
• 1/16/11    Acts 8:4-25, “Responsive Faith”
(Article 1: Astrology: What It Really Is)
(Article 2: Should Christians Seek Psychic Help?)
(Article 3: Channeling)
(Suggested Reading: The Truth Behind Ghosts, Mediums, and Psychic Phenomena)
• 1/23/11    Acts 8:26-40
• 3/2/11      Acts 9:1–9, “Who Are You, Lord?” [Child Dedications]
• 3/9/11      Acts 9:10–19a, “Called, Chosen, and Other Cool Things”
• 3/16/11    Acts 9:19b–31
• 3/23/11    Acts 9:32-43, “Working With God”
• 3/30/11    Acts 10:1–16, “Surprise, Surprise”
• 4/13/11    Acts 10:17–33
• 4/20/11    Acts 11:–30, “How the Gospel Destroys & Builds
• 4/27/11    Phil 2:5-11, Easter
• 5/4/11      Acts 12:6-25, “The Clash of Powers–Spiritual Warfar
• 5/11/11    Acts 13:1-12, “Demonstrating and Describing the Kingdom

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Service Times & Directions

Weekend Masses in English

Saturday Morning: 8:00 am

Saturday Vigil: 4:30 pm

Sunday: 7:30 am, 9:00 am, 10:45 am,
12:30 pm, 5:30 pm

Weekend Masses In Español

Saturday Vigil: 6:15pm

Sunday: 9:00am, 7:15pm

Weekday Morning Masses

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 8:30 am

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