Resurrection: A New Reality (Luke 24)

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On Easter Sunday, we read the Easter story together and saw that Jesus' resurrection is more than just a miracle that provides a new way of individuals being spiritual. It's a change in the way the world works, with Jesus conquering death, the ultimate manifestation of evil, on behalf of humanity. He's conquered the world's biggest foe and now stands as the supreme ruler of all things. In the end, the meaning of the resurrection is that repentance for the forgiveness of sins can be preached to all people.

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To Seek and To Save the Lost (Luke 19:1-10)

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Jesus came to have mercy on the needy, giving sight to the blind, good news to the poor, and deliverance for captives. But He also has mercy for people we might think of as villains, like Zacchaeus in this passage. As a brand new church, we hope to be a place where even villains can find grace and mercy from Jesus.

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Grand Opening: Crying Out to Jesus for Mercy (Luke 18:35-43)

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Grand Opening: Crying Out to Jesus for Mercy (Luke 18:35-43)

In our Grand Opening service, we heard from Luke 18 where Jesus, even on the last leg of His march to save the world, took time to heal and save a blind beggar. As a brand new church, we hope to find spiritual healing that overflows within us and impacts every area of our lives. We hope to be a place where all kinds of people, the rich, the destitute, the proud, and the despicable can come and find mercy from Jesus.

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