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Posts Tagged ‘Pastor Dan Brink’

For some weeks now, we have been studying the first four books of the New Testament, called “The Gospels.” These books were written to answer this basic and foundational question: Who Is This Jesus? In today’s story, we meet Jesus as the builder of the new community, also called “the church” and “the family of God.” We will note several different responses to Jesus, and we will see how our convictions about Jesus shape both our identity in this world and our destiny in the world to come. God is gracious to those who seek and serve him!

Mark 3:20-35

We’ve been looking together, for a season, at the first four books of the New Testament, called “The Gospels;” and we have been asking this question: Who Is This Jesus?  In today’s story, Pastor Brink will explain how Jesus picks up on some Old Testament commands and promises, and then claims to be the One in whom God’s plan is fulfilled. He is The Jubilee Bringer! It’s a pretty revolutionary word, so buckle your seat belts today and strap on your crash helmets. This is one of those passages that may “comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable.” And most of us fall into the camp of the comfortable.

Bible Verse: Luke 4:14-30

On this Easter Sunday, Pastor Brink’s message could be subtitled Why I Am a Christian, and Why You should Be Too!” Lots of people know that Jesus is the center of the Easter story, and some know he’s at the center of the Bible. But many fail to see that Jesus is the centerpiece of history. Today Pastor Brink will tell us Five Things that are Utterly Unique about Jesus. This is a message that will build your faith, and it may also help you share the gospel with a neighbor.

Bible Verse:  Matthew 27:62-66 and 28:11-15

This year for Lent we’re pondering the question . Who Is this Jesus?”  On the first Palm Sunday, pretty much everyone got it wrong, except Jesus.  He knew who he was, and what he was sent to do.  And he did it!  He made a way for us to be reconciled to God.  Today he invites us to receive his saving grace, and to share it with others.

Bible Verse:  Matthew 21:12-17

This year for Lent, we’re pondering this question: Who Is This Jesus?”  In today’s story, Jesus is revealed as The Storm Master.”  The Almighty God who comes alongside us in the storms of life with power to save.  Since we are weak creatures living in a stormy world, it’s very important to develop a closer walk with Jesus, don’t you think?

Bible Verse:  Luke 8:22-25

In this Lenten season, we are considering this question: Who Is This Jesus?  In today’s story, we contemplate a title which was given to Jesus by his enemies: Friend of Sinners.”  They intended this as an insult and an accusation, but Jesus embraced it as the truth.  Jesus IS a “Friend of Sinners.”  That’s the anchor of our hope.


Bible Verse: Mark 2:13-17

Today Pastor Brink continues with our Lenten series, entitled Who Is This Jesus?”  In today’s story, we find Jesus doing the unthinkable for the unworthy, then calling us to do the same.  It’s definitely a radical story, one that could and should change our lives. Listen carefully and prayerfully today, and ask God to show you what role(s) he is asking you to play in the drama.  You might be surprised.
Bible Verse:  John 13:1-17

Today Pastor Brink begins a new series that will take us through Lenten season and to Easter.  The series is entitled: Who Is This Jesus?”  Surely Jesus has been talked about written about more than anyone who has ever walked this earth.  But what are the most crucial things that the gospel writers, Jesus’ friends, wanted us to know about him?  In this season, we will likely be reminded of some things we already know, but perhaps we will also called to see a bigger picture of Jesus and to develop a closer walk with Him.

Bible Verse:  Mark 1:21-28

Today Pastor Brink concludes (at least for now) our Biblical Foundations series.  The goal has been to provide building blocks for understanding the Bible at a deeper level, and to develop a more mature faith and Christian worldview. Today we consider “The Providence of God.”  a most re-assuring and comforting doctrine. Especially for those who suffer.

Bible Verse:  Matthew 6:25-34

Today Pastor Brink continues our series on Biblical Foundations.  The goal of this series is to help us understand the Bible at a deeper level, and hopefully in a manner that enriches our Christian walk.  Today we will tackle a mind-bending topic – namely, the Bible’s teaching on divine election.  To what extent can we even understand this, and what positive impact could it have on our faith and piety?  This is a good day to keep your Bible open and your thinking cap on.  There are some dimensions of today’s message that we will likely never fully understand in this lifetime – perhaps not even in eternity.  That’s because God is bigger than we are.  But there are also some things God might say that could melt your heart to tears and encourage you on your journey faith.

Bible Verse:  Ephesians 1:3-6

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