This sermon series looks at several (but not all!) of the many questions Jesus asks people in the New Testament. These questions can help us examine the current state of our faith and lives and help us see and approach Jesus in a new way.

  • Part 1 – What do You Want? (John 1:35-41)
  • Part 2 – Why Do You Worry? (Matthew 6:25-34)
  • Part 3 – For You, Personally (Mark 10:46-52)
  • Part 4 – Why Are You Afraid? (Mark 4:35-41)
  • Part 5 – Why Do You Need a Miracle? (Mark 8:11-13)
  • Part 6 – Why Do You Doubt? (Luke 24:35-43)
  • Part 7 – You’ve Got a Little Something, Just There. (Matthew 7:1-5)
  • Part 8 – Why Question Jesus? (John 18:19-24)

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March 15, 2020 – Pastor Ryan Emmons
Series: Emotionally Healthy Spirituality (based on the book/study by Peter Scazzero)

Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 ; Job 1:13-2:10

傳 道 書 3:1-8約 伯 記 1:13-2:10

1. Job’s Story in All of Us

2. Path to New Beginnings:

  1. Pay Attention
  2. Wait in the Confusing In-Between
  3. Embrace the Gift of Limits
  4. Climb the Ladder of Humility
  5. Let the Old Birth the New

 

 

 

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March 8, 2020 – Pastor Ryan Emmons
Series: Emotionally Healthy Spirituality (based on the book/study by Peter Scazzero)

Hebrews 12:7-11 ; James 1:2-5

希 伯 來 書 12:7-11 ; 雅 各 書 1:2-5

The Wall:

The Other Side:

  1. A greater level of brokenness
  2. A greater appreciation for Holy Unknowing (Mystery)
  3. A deeper ability to wait for God
  4. A greater detachment

 

 

 

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March 1, 2020 – Pastor Ryan Emmons
Series: Emotionally Healthy Spirituality (based on the book/study by Peter Scazzero)

Genesis 37-50 ; Matthew 10:37-39

創 世 記 37-50 ; 馬 太 福 音 10:37-39

The Joseph Model:

1. Joseph had a profound sense of the bigness of God

2. Joseph admitted honestly the sadness and losses
of his family

3. Joseph rewrote his life script according to Scripture

4. Joseph partnered with God to be a blessing