July 9, 2018

One Faith || Joseph

|| Oliver Wong ||

Joseph hadn't seen the Promised Land, but he insisted on being buried in it. Until the Israelites reached the land promised to them, they carried the bones of Joseph - a reminder never to settle until they arrived at God's promise. Listen in as we discuss how to walk in God's promises today!

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|| Stephen Lewis || 

Join us as one of our elders brings us a word in our fourth installment of One Faith, a journey through Hebrews 11.

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June 25, 2018

One Faith || Abraham

|| Oliver Wong ||

Do you ever feel like you don't fit in, like an outsider in an inside world? Abraham's story takes us on a journey of faith, where a man is called to leave everything he knew to become a foreigner in a strange land. Though he spent his days in a tent, his faith and obedience brought him to a home and a sense of belonging that very few find.

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June 18, 2018

One Faith || Noah

|| Timothy Bayne ||

Scripture tells us that God works everything for our good and His glory, could the same be true for for our fear? God doesn't just want to eliminate our fear, but He wants to birth faith from it. Listen in as we take a look at the life of Noah and how his fear created his faith. 

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June 11, 2018

One Faith || Abel

|| Oliver Wong ||

Like Cain and Abel, we continually make offerings to God, hoping they are acceptable. Our work, hospitality, and service are all ways we not only offer gifts, but our lives to God and others. In our reflection of the first recorded offering unto God here in Genesis 4, we see offerings that bring peace and pleasure to Him, and offerings that do not. Listen in with us as we search the Scriptures to understand an offering of faith that is pleasing to the Lord.

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|| Oliver Wong ||

Faith is part of the human experience - within the unknowns and uncertainties of life, we make conclusions about whether our beliefs are true, right, and beautiful. This summer, CITYLIGHTS is reflecting on Hebrews 11 to grow in the understanding of what peace-bringing faith looks like. As our first installment, we look at Peter's faith that is challenged when Jesus asks him to step onto the waves.

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|| Oliver Wong ||

On their way to the temple, Peter and John were interrupted by a man crippled from birth and experienced a Kingdom healing. The early apostles' lives model for us what Kingdom EXTENSION looks like. Although their lives were structered and strategic, they EXTENDED the Kingdom daily by giving space to spontaneity. In the final installment of Normal Church we reflect on the balance of structure and spontaneity in EXTENDING the Kingdom of Heaven right where we are.

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|| Oliver Wong ||

On the day of Pentecost, the Holy Spirit spoke to 3,000 people in multiple languages to communicate the love of God. By the end of the day, this crowd of foreigners had become a spiritual family. We believe that Jesus is EQUIPPING His church to EXALT Him and EXTEND His Kingdom through normal, everday people, gathered as family. Listen in as we discuss what it means for a family to EQUIP His church.

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|| Oliver Wong ||

The first sermon ever preached wasn't about healing or fixing, but about resurrection. 2,000 years later, are we a church that seeks Jesus for short-term healings or resurrection life?

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|| Oliver Wong ||

The Hebrew name, Nehemiah, actually means "comfort". In 445 BC, Nehemiah rallied the people of Israel to rebuild the city wall surrounding Jerusalem. In many ways, Nehemiah's role in rebuilding this city reflects the Holy Spirit's comforting and building in our lives. This message focuses specifically on how the Holy Spirit comforts us when we are broken, yet builds us within our mourning. 

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