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Parables of Jesus

Series: Parables of Jesus

The Pharisee & Tax Collector
Aug 21, 2016
Speaker: Donnell Wyche

As Pastor Nigel mentioned last week, parables serve as metaphors which do more than explain meaning, rather they create meaning. With this view, a parable is just not a delivery system for an idea, but it constructs a house in which the reader/listener is invited to take up residence.

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    Parables of Jesus

    Series: Parables of Jesus

    The Rich Man & Lazarus
    Aug 14, 2016
    Speaker: Nigel Berry
    Now there was a rich man, and he habitually dressed in purple and fine linen, joyously living in splendor every day, And a poor man named Lazarus was laid at his gate, covered with sores, and longing to be fed with the crumbs which were falling from the rich man’s table; besides, even the dogs were coming and licking his sores. Now the poor man died and was carried away by the angels to Abraham’s bosom; and the rich man also died and was buried.

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    Parables of Jesus

    Series: Specks & Planks

    Dig Deep
    Aug 7, 2016
    Speaker: Anna Hillaker
    We’re beginning a new sermon series focusing on the parables of Jesus. If you’ve been around the church for a while, most of these teaching stories of Jesus are familiar. Maybe you have heard them since you were a child. Many of them have even entered into the broader culture by way of phrases and metaphors. But as simple and familiar as these stories are, there is more to them than meets the eye.

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    Specks & Planks

    Series: Specks & Planks

    Dogs, Pigs, & Pearls
    July 31, 2016
    Speaker: Donnell Wyche
    This metaphor of specks and planks and judgment is best understood as a commentary about how we relate to each other with respect to our flaws, imperfections, failures, brokenness, and sins. Jesus challenges us, when he says,

    “Why do you look at someone else’s sin, and pay no attention to your own?”

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    Specks & Planks

    Series: Specks & Planks

    The Honorable Judge Not
    July 24, 2016
    Speaker: Donnell Wyche
    We just finished up our Art of Neighboring sermon series and as we continue to follow the commandment to love our neighbors as ourselves, there is a temptation for us to judge others as we fulfill this command. In the Sermon on the Mount, found in the Gospel of Matthew, Jesus encourages us to trust others to God’s care and provision:

    “Do not judge, or you too will be judged.”

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    The Art of Neighboring

    The Art of Neighboring

    Real Relationships Walk With a Limp
    July 17, 2016
    Speaker: Donnell Wyche
    We are continuing this week in our current sermon series, The Art of Neighboring. In Luke 10, an expert in the law asks Jesus a question, “Who is my neighbor?” In reply, Jesus tells the expert a story about a Samaritan who becomes a neighbor to a wounded man. In doing so, Jesus instructs us that our obligation is to love God with everything we have, mind, body, strength, and to love our neighbors as ourselves.

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