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SERMONS ARCHIVE

Advent 2017: Fully / Living Like a Real Human Being

At the heart of Christianity is Jesus of Nazareth who is both fully God and fully human. While those who do not trust in Jesus deny his full divinity, those who do trust in Jesus often struggle with affirming his full humanity. It seems like we have all a version of Jesus we like best, and for most of us, it’s not the version that emphasizes Jesus learning how to read, feeling angry and sad and annoyed, getting physically exhausted, experiencing real temptations, joking around, and relieving himself. But this fully human, radically dependent Jesus is at the same time the radically independent fullness of God who created humanity in the first place. It’s extremely difficult for us to keep this mystery intact, however, so we often embrace the “fully God” part and ignore the “fully human” part.

By focusing on several stories from Jesus life, this Advent series will explore those questions and lead us to live fully like Jesus and therefore like a real, limited, glorious human being.


Unashamed
Teaching Series

Unashamed

No book has transformed more people than the Bible, and no single book in the Bible has been more catalytic than Romans, Paul’s letter to the church in Rome that he wrote to give them...

0 / / October 01, 2017
2017 Summer Movie Series
Teaching Series

2017 Summer Movie Series

What is a movie? According to the technical definition, a movie is a story or event recorded by a camera and shown in a theater or on television. Stated otherwise: movies are works of art....

0 / / August 08, 2017