A Stable Influence

Christ Came For Truth

Original Date: 
Sunday, December 23, 2012

John 18:37 A Stable Influence: Jesus Came For Truth

Two Scenes
The scenes could not be more different.

In one, the setting is a rustic stable. A crude home for livestock, filled with foul odors and musty straw. In the other, the setting is a Roman palace, with marble colonnades and fluttering imperial banners.

Jesus Came to Bring Light

Original Date: 
Sunday, December 16, 2012

John 12:46 A Stable Influence: Jesus Came to Bring Light

Spelunking
This past summer my family vacationed in the Black Hills.

Now, I don’t know if you remember much about last summer, but it was hot. Ridiculously so. It was hot, and it was dry.

Jesus Came to Disrupt

Original Date: 
Sunday, December 9, 2012

Matthew 10:34-36 Stable Influence: Jesus Came To Disrupt

Christmas Peace
It’s one of the most heartwarming stories in history. And it’s true.

The year is 1914. The setting is the Western Front in Europe. WWI is just a couple of months old, but already hopes that it would be a brief war have been dashed as two massive armies have settled into the brutal trench warfare that will drag on for years and cost millions of lives.

Jesus Came to Serve

Original Date: 
Sunday, February 12, 2012

Today we start the season of the church year known as advent, which celebrates and prepares us for the coming of Jesus into the world.

Advent means the arrival of something important or awaited, a coming into place, view, or being;

Advent the anticipation of the “coming.” Of Jesus Christ.

Jesus’ coming, of course, is the most significant event in the history of the world. We believe that when Jesus was born to a young girl in a stable in Bethlehem, it wasn’t just an unusual way and place to have a baby, it was the entrance of God into the affairs of humanity.