Posts Tagged ‘Brian Lee’

The (Insert Fad) Challenge

Sunday, May 5th, 2019

Message by Pastor Brian Lee

Text: Colossians 3:14-17

Description: Last week, we talked about the dynamics between corporate worship and its impact on our personal worship in the other 6 days. But how exactly do we worship God in our days outside of the church? Where do we draw inspiration in drawing close to God as we worship?

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Does It Spark Joy?

Sunday, April 7th, 2019

Message by Pastor Brian Lee

Text: Matthew 13:44-46

Description: We live in a paradoxical life where on one hand we try to prune and cut out things that don’t give us joy, yet we also hoard and amass things to make the most of our experiences. What does the gospel mean to us? What does Jesus mean when he said that the kingdom is like treasures hidden in the field?

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Weird Flex, but OK

Sunday, March 3rd, 2019

Message by Pastor Brian Lee

Text: Numbers 15: 32-36

Description: God had some serious charge about the need to uphold Sabbath. So what is the big deal? What is the true purpose of keeping Sabbath?

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Let’s Get Cliquey!

Sunday, February 17th, 2019

Message by Pastor Brian Lee

Text: Acts 2:42-47

Description: And so my challenge to us is I’m a perfectionist. If I want to do something, I don’t just want to settle for being a half done job. I want to be the very best. If we Christians are cliquey, let’s be the biggest and largest and the most obnoxious clique in the world. That the whole world, the whole humanity is part of this clique. That everyone is part of this group. That we would reach out and see each other, as comfortable, as common and as loving in our community. Just as Christ reminded us, then there is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.

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Boosted Bonobo

Wednesday, January 16th, 2019

Message by Pastor Brian Lee

Text: Mark 4:30-32

As we come to understand the revised vision of our church, notably “Raise up generations of Christ followers and disciplemakers”, what does it mean to raise up future generations? Jesus’s parable of the mustard seeds give us a window as to how God’s kingdom will propagate and how the community may involve itself in such calling.

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