Apostles' Creed: "From there, He will come to judge the living and the dead."

Apostles' Creed: "From there, He will come to judge the living and the dead."

Through a parablistic story, Sam West offers an encouraging perspective of God's judgment and the salvation from it that is offered only through His Son, Jesus Christ. Though destruction is deserved for all of us, we are offered freedom and pardon from that as we have faith in the One who saves us. 

Apostles' Creed: "Ascended into Heaven, and is seated at the right hand of the Father."

Apostles' Creed: "Ascended into Heaven, and is seated at the right hand of the Father."

From Colossians 3:1-4, Pastor Isaac discusses what it means to have a God that reigns over all things. Not only does this speak to how almighty our God is, but it also has implications on us. Namely, we are called to focus on Him who is in Heaven and interact with the world around us with Him as our focus. 

Apostles' Creed: "He descended to Hell. On the third day, He rose again."

Apostles' Creed: "He descended to Hell. On the third day, He rose again."

From 1 Peter 2:21-25, Pastor Isaiah Jesch focuses upon the death of Jesus Christ for the sins of His people. The Creed’s phrase “He descended into Hell” is explained in light of Christ enduring the wrath of God toward the sins of His people. Since Jesus rose again from the dead, we have a God who understands and empathizes with us in all of our suffering, hardships, trials and stresses. We are invited to come to Jesus, who endured Hell for us, and find Him to be our gracious Saviour.

Apostle's Creed: "Concieved by the Holy Spirit, born of the virgin Mary"

Apostle's Creed: "Concieved by the Holy Spirit, born of the virgin Mary"

From Luke 1:26-38, Coy considers the implications that follow Christ becoming human through the conception of the Holy Spirit and the significance that it has in our own lives. 
This sermon series will be following the framework of the Apostles' Creed, phrase-by-phrase, and examining that weeks statement through the lens of Scripture. 

Apostles' Creed: "Jesus Christ, His only Son, our Lord."

Apostles' Creed: "Jesus Christ, His only Son, our Lord."

From Mark 4:35-5:20, Pastor Isaac discusses the two part title designated only to Jesus. Not only is He God's only Son, but because of this, He is also our Lord. This sermon series will be following the framework of the Apostles' Creed, phrase-by-phrase, and examining that weeks statement through the lens of Scripture. 

Apostles' Creed: "God the Father Almighty, Creator of Heaven and Earth"

Apostles' Creed: "God the Father Almighty, Creator of Heaven and Earth"

From Isaiah 40, Pastor Isaac continues the new series over the Apostles Creed and this week, addresses the question of how big God. Do we see Him as the mighty God that created all things? 
This sermon series will be following the framework of the Apostles Creed, phrase-by-phrase, and examining that weeks statement through the lens of Scripture.