Advent: Joy

by Andrew Munneke

The King has come, and He will come again. This is the hope and eager expectation of Advent, a Latin word which means “coming” or “arrival.” Advent is a time when we take a close look at the coming of Jesus Christ in humility as a baby and anticipate His future second coming in glory. It’s a time for watching and waiting and remembering and rejoicing in God’s fulfilled promise of the Savior.

Advent: Peace

by Andrew Munneke

The King has come, and He will come again. This is the hope and eager expectation of Advent, a Latin word which means “coming” or “arrival.” Advent is a time when we take a close look at the coming of Jesus Christ in humility as a baby and anticipate His future second coming in glory. It’s a time for watching and waiting and remembering and rejoicing in God’s fulfilled promise of the Savior.

Advent: Hope

by Andrew Munneke

The King has come, and He will come again. This is the hope and eager expectation of Advent, a Latin word which means “coming” or “arrival.” Advent is a time when we take a close look at the coming of Jesus Christ in humility as a baby and anticipate His future second coming in glory. It’s a time for watching and waiting and remembering and rejoicing in God’s fulfilled promise of the Savior.

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The Gospel Still Sends - Acts 28:30-31

by Andrew Munneke

The book of Acts tells the story of a group of people who fell so in love with Jesus they were compelled to change the way they lived and to go to the world about Him. From its inception, the church has been a missional movement, and the book of Acts challenges us to keep the same trajectory of declaring the goodness to Christ to lost and broken creation. This is our mission, the only question is, how will you respond?

Remembering Your First Love - Acts 19:10-41

by Andrew Munneke

The book of Acts tells the story of a group of people who fell so in love with Jesus they were compelled to change the way they lived and to go to the world about Him. From its inception, the church has been a missional movement, and the book of Acts challenges us to keep the same trajectory of declaring the goodness to Christ to lost and broken creation. This is our mission, the only question is, how will you respond?