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The Feast of the Father

Original Date: 
Sunday, March 27, 2016

Luke 15:11-32 AHA: The Feast of the Father

What is God Like?
What comes to mind when you think about God?

That is perhaps the most important question you can be asked: what do you think God is like?

Lost at Home

Original Date: 
Sunday, March 20, 2016

Luke 15:25-32 AHA: Lost at Home

Meanwhile
It is one of the iconic images from the Bible:

a young man, wearing tattered and worn clothes, stinking like a hog farm, shuffles down the road. His feet are blistered from a long walk, he is skinny and gaunt, all skin and bones; and he’s rehearsing a speech to himself, saying that he’s sorry, over and over again.

Immediate Action

Original Date: 
Sunday, March 13, 2016

Luke 15:20 AHA: Immediate Action

A Sudden Awakening

Original Date: 
Sunday, February 28, 2016

Luke 15:17 AHA: A Sudden Awakening

The Distant Country

Original Date: 
Sunday, February 21, 2016

Luke 15:13-16 AHA: The Distant Country

The Bad News
Today is the second in our series of sermons called AHA! Based on Jesus’ parable of the Prodigal Son. We’re talking about spiritual awakening. When the light bulb comes on. When we figure out that it is time to stop running from God, and start running toward him.

The Father's House

Original Date: 
Sunday, February 14, 2016

Luke 15:11-12 AHA: The Father’s House

Eureka!
In 1666, the University of Cambridge in England was closed due to a plague. 23 year old physicist and mathematician Isaac Newton retreated to his family’s estate in Lincolnshire. While there, he saw an apple fall to the ground and was inspired to develop the theory of universal gravitation. He did not invent gravity, nor did he discover it, but he was the first to describe it mathematically. That apple falling from a tree was his AHA moment.