Posts Tagged ‘Brian Lee’

fully aWOKE

Sunday, September 8th, 2019

Message by Pastor Brian Lee

Text: Matthew 20:20-28

Description: The whole Christian mentality is upside down from our worldly expectations and goals. We come not to be served, but to serve because our Lord is the greatest servant king. How can we follow the footsteps of Jesus in serving as a way to bless?

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Braise, Grace, and Embrace

Sunday, August 25th, 2019

Message by Pastor Brian Lee

Text: Colossians 3:3-17

Description: If you haven’t been noticing, we are actually going through a series for the past few weeks. It’s a series related to the 50th anniversary. So last time we talked about the idea of what is blessedness, and how to bless others and after that we talked about the idea of love, how do we love because we are first loved. And so today, we will actually be right in the middle in our series, and it’s on the idea of embrace.

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Philophobia

Sunday, July 28th, 2019

Message by Pastor Brian Lee

Text: 1 John 4:7-18

Description: We already have read many books, listened to multitude of stories, heard countless messages about love. But what exactly is love in its perfection? Why do love and fear tie in so closely together? How is it that we can love because of God’s preceding love for us?

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Being McDojo

Sunday, July 7th, 2019

Message by Pastor Brian Lee

Text: Matthew 28:16-20 (The Great Commission)

Description: We have been reminded over and over and even to the point of desensitized by Jesus charge for the Great Commission. We learned about the need to make disciples and go to all nations. But what does it really mean to make disciples, especially in Jesus’s context in the 1st century? How can we bless others as we engage in a life of disciple(making)ship?

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FulFiltering My heart

Sunday, June 9th, 2019

Message by Pastor Brian Lee

Text: Philippians 4:10-13

Description: We are in the business of building a spiritual home, but what does that even mean when we see people coming in and out of this home on a normal basis? How does one of the most misquoted passage in the bible from Philippians tell us about how to build the spiritual home that Christ envisioned?

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