NOTHING IN YOUR LIFE MAKES SENSE, UNLESS YOU START IN THE BEGINNING!

NOTHING IN YOUR LIFE MAKES SENSE, UNLESS YOU START IN THE BEGINNING!

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Sermons

The book of Ruth is a wonderful story in the Old Testament. It begins with tragedy, inspires us with loyalty, and ends in celebration. Who doesn’t love a happy ending? But there’s more. Even though Jesus is never mentioned, the book of Ruth points to Him. In Ruth, we find themes that magnify His redeeming love for His bride, the Church.

The book of Ruth is a wonderful story in the Old Testament. It begins with tragedy, inspires us with loyalty, and ends in celebration. Who doesn’t love a happy ending? But there’s more. Even though Jesus is never mentioned, the book of Ruth points to Him. In Ruth, we find themes that magnify His redeeming love for His bride, the Church.

At Bear Creek, we seek to have the discipline and joy of seeking the Lord. While we are always attentive to what Jesus is saying, the season of a new year offers us the opportunity to examine our relationship with Christ and realign the places where we have drifted, as well as to hear fresh direction and promises for our families and ourselves for the next season of life.  If you have never participated in a fast before, we strongly encourage you to join us. Fasting is a biblical delight and discipline that Matthew 6 reminds us should be part of our lives, just like praying and giving. Fasting refers to a period of time when a believer chooses to go without food or other things in order to become more fully dependent on God. Fasting is “unplugging” from other sources so that we can more fully “plug into” God.   Please be in prayer in the days leading up to our fast asking Jesus to show you how He’d like you to be involved!

At Bear Creek, we seek to have the discipline and joy of seeking the Lord. While we are always attentive to what Jesus is saying, the season of a new year offers us the opportunity to examine our relationship with Christ and realign the places where we have drifted, as well as to hear fresh direction and promises for our families and ourselves for the next season of life.

If you have never participated in a fast before, we strongly encourage you to join us. Fasting is a biblical delight and discipline that Matthew 6 reminds us should be part of our lives, just like praying and giving. Fasting refers to a period of time when a believer chooses to go without food or other things in order to become more fully dependent on God. Fasting is “unplugging” from other sources so that we can more fully “plug into” God.

Please be in prayer in the days leading up to our fast asking Jesus to show you how He’d like you to be involved!

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Mark shows how Jesus is the fulfillment of the Messianic prophecies. The gospel that has been proclaimed throughout the ages of God’s coming King is fulfilled in Jesus. Jesus is the good news sent by God. He is the Son of God – the Lord. Jesus comes through the Jordon as the better Israel, is anointed by the Spirit as the better King, overcomes temptation as the Overcoming One and calls all to repent and believe this good news. Jesus didn’t just come to preach the gospel but to be the good news of the Kingdom of God.
Jesus is the good news.

 
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Exiled- A Study in the Book of Daniel

Join us as we go verse-by-verse through the book of Daniel and learn how to serve our sovereign God in a shifting society.