Episodes (Total: 10 / Page: 1)
Dec. 4, 2016
As we continue to celebrate the season of Advent, we learn from Luke 1:26-38 that God has eternally significant work for us to accomplish, even if it doesn’t seem all that important. He will use all of our failures, disappointments, griefs, victories, and achievements to show his mercy and might to save many people. All we have to do is say along with Mary, “Let it be to me according to your Word.
Nov. 27, 2016
The season of Advent is upon us at NAPC. As we lead up to the celebration of Jesus’ birth, we look at Matthew 3:1-12 and John the Baptist’s preparation for Jesus. In this message we learn that God’s saving grace comes to us through individual repentance and faith in Christ, which leads to fruitfulness.
Nov. 20, 2016
Our last installment of the Perfect 10 Sermon series covers Matthew 6:19-24 this week. In this sermon, we learn that giving generously is both the best investment strategy for your ultimate joy and the way that you safeguard your heart against the idol of wealth.
Nov. 13, 2016
This Sunday, we kick off our two part journey on Tithing as Trusting God. The scriptures found in this week\'s sermon are from Psalm 112:1-9 and 2 Corinthians 9:6-15. In this message we learn how joyful generosity is the right response to God’s generosity in redeeming us through Jesus.
Nov. 6, 2016
This Sunday we see the parallels of two men from the bible. Abram from the Old Testament in Genesis 12:1-4, and Peter from the New Testament in Matthew 16:13-19, and how their lives were commanded by God to go and do great things. Applying scripture to our daily lives, we see that trusting in God in the present, will lead to great reward in the future.
Oct. 30, 2016
This Sunday, we examine Exodus 18:5-12, and the story of Moses sharing the gospel with his father-in-law Jethro. We learn that telling people about the work God has done in our own lives leads to more of God’s work being done in the people we tell.
Oct. 23, 2016
Continuing in our Foundation and Future series, we look at the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20) and Paul’s farewell letter to his beloved son in the faith Timothy (2 Timothy 1&2). We find that every Christian is called to be a disciple who makes disciples.
Oct. 16, 2016
This Sunday, we examine 1 Samuel 24:1-11 and 1 Peter 3:13-17 as part of our Foundation and Future series. As a church and as individuals, God calls us to boldly live for Him and love others in a world that doesn’t understand God and is sometimes hostile towards Him. The way that David practices grace towards a man hunting him down to kill him helps connects us to the power of forgiveness and love of enemies.
Oct. 9, 2016
Today we begin our six-week sermon series on the Foundation of NAPC and the Future that, by God\'s grace, we are driving towards. Jesus tells us that the Great Commandment and the Great Commission are the two central practices that every church and every individual follower of Christ must strive to fulfill. As we obey these two “greats” more and more fully, we discover that the way to truly love others best is to love God first.
Oct. 2, 2016
Today we begin our six-week sermon series on the Foundation of NAPC and the Future that, by God\'s grace, we are driving towards. Jesus tells us that the Great Commandment and the Great Commission are the two central practices that every church and every individual follower of Christ must strive to fulfill. As we obey these two “greats” more and more fully, we discover that the way to truly love others best is to love God first.