Sermon Series

Sermon Series

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Our latest sermon series preached by Rev. Marty Vershel and our clergy.

MOSES

Sermon Series

Traditional Worship in the Chapel at 8:00 AM

Sunday School at 9:15 AM

Open Skies Worship in the Fellowship Hall at 10:30 AM

Traditional Worship in the Sanctuary at 10:30 AM

by Rev. Marty Vershel

The life of Moses is one filled with dichotomies. He was the child of a slave and the son of a queen. He was born in a hut and lived in a palace. He came from poverty and enjoyed unlimited wealth.

He was the leader of armies, and the keeper of flocks. He was the mightiest of warriors, and the meekest of men. He had the wisdom of Egypt and the faith of a child. He was backward in speech and talked with God. He had the rod of a shepherd and the power of the Creator. He was a fugitive from Pharaoh and a messenger from Heaven. He was the giver of the Law and the forerunner of Grace. He died alone on Mount Moab and appeared with Jesus on a mountain in Judea. No human came to his funeral but yet God buried him.

Journey with us as we walk in the footsteps of Moses, a man who challenged an empire, freed God’s people and changed the world.

May 5: Radical Presence (Exodus 1:1-2:10)

May 12: Going Barefoot (Exodus 3:1-10)

May 19: Raise Your Hand (Exodus 14:19-31)

June 2: God Speaks (Exodus 19-20)

June 9: Wilderness School (Numbers 20:1-12)

June 16: Show Me the Glory (Exodus 33:12-23)

June 23: The Antidote (Numbers 21:4-9)

June 30: Farewell (Deuteronomy 33-34)

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