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I will build my church

Jesus Christ came into our world to start a global renovation project that's still going on today. His building project is not composed of brick, drywall and concrete, but of broken people redeemed by grace and empowered by the Holy Spirit. When Jesus said, “I will build my church,” he was inviting people like you and me to join him in this life-changing, kingdom-building project to renovate our broken world. Don't miss this 7 week series in which you'll discover his construction plan and the tools he has given to us.

Sunday, March 3 - The Builder’s Plan 

Jesus came into our world to build his kingdom on earth as it is in heaven.  But what exactly is his plan for this?

Sunday, March 10 - The Word of Grace

In Paul’s farewell address to the Ephesian elders he “commends them to God and to the word of his grace which is able to build you up and to give you the inheritance among all those who are sanctified.” What is this word of God’s grace and how does it work?

Sunday, March 17 - People Pleasing

People pleasing is normally not something we want to do because it leads to compromise and lack of conviction. How does it work in God's kingdom?

Sunday, March 24 - Joyful Surrender of Self

If we know the grace of Jesus, we don’t obey the law to be accepted by God, instead we are already accepted and are free in him. But, there are times when we willingly and joyfully surrender this freedom for the sake of others. 

Sunday, March 31 - Gifts and Service

Just like there are different tools needed to build a house, God has given his people different spiritual gifts that when put to use build up the church. 

Sunday, April 7 - The Power to Build Up

Discover the power to overcome tearing down others and the power to build them up. 

Sunday, April 14 - The Master Builder Returns

Jesus came the first time to start a global building program through his church.  However, Jesus is coming again to finalize the project. What will it look like? When will it happen? What do we do until then?