“Restoration Hard Wear (Easter Sermon 2016)”
by Enoch Liao

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March 27, 2016

Jesus restores Peter, who has been broken by his own shame and disappointment. For further study, download the Sermon Discussion Guide.

“Thirsting for Wholeness”
by Enoch Liao

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Sunday, March 13, 2016

Jesus meets a person with a broken past in an unexpected way.

 

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“Insane Brokenness”
by Enoch Liao

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Sunday, March 6, 2016

David pens a psalm in a season of utter humiliation and brokenness about God being with the lowly of heart.

 

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“Wrestling for Blessing”
by Enoch Liao

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February 28, 2016

This is the first in a sermon series entitled “Broken and Mended.” It’s about how God breaks us with crippling grace over our sin, and in that grace gives us a new identity.

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“Faith that Endures Unjust Suffering”
by Enoch Liao

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February 7, 2016

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“Faith that Freely Submits”
by Enoch Liao

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January 31, 2016

The Bible teaches one of the most powerful ways a Christ-follower can distinguish herself for the glory of God. It might surprise you to learn what that is: submitting to human authority.

Perhaps people associate submission with weakness, impotence, conformity. But the Bible consistently teaches how Christians should live and respect and submit to authorities. While there are situations calling for thoughtful civil disobedience, the general principle is this: stand out by submitting. Strange, but true.

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“Living Faith In Our World”
by Enoch Liao

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January 24, 2016

We return to studying the book of 1 Peter after focusing on our Advent/Christmas 2015 series, and our Race & Culture Emphasis  for 2016.

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