Nov 16, 2014
SoundBytes: I Prayed the Prayer – Romans 10:9-10
Series: SoundBytes
We live in a headline culture; Facebook statuses, Twitter posts, news feeds and quotes from “famous” people. In the information age, with so much data available, it is hard to be truly informed, to really know the whole story. Reducing ideas to a headline, tagline or 140 characters forces us to lose context, to lose the bigger picture. The same can be true with the Bible. Join us as we dive deeper into God’s Word and learn to see scripture as something more than a verse of the day.
 
What is salvation?  Are we saved by merely praying a prayer?  Andrew Gombossy answers these questions and more by looking at Romans 10:9-10 and the context around it and throughout scripture.
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  • Nov 16, 2014SoundBytes: I Prayed the Prayer – Romans 10:9-10
    Nov 16, 2014
    SoundBytes: I Prayed the Prayer – Romans 10:9-10
    Series: SoundBytes
    We live in a headline culture; Facebook statuses, Twitter posts, news feeds and quotes from “famous” people. In the information age, with so much data available, it is hard to be truly informed, to really know the whole story. Reducing ideas to a headline, tagline or 140 characters forces us to lose context, to lose the bigger picture. The same can be true with the Bible. Join us as we dive deeper into God’s Word and learn to see scripture as something more than a verse of the day.
     
    What is salvation?  Are we saved by merely praying a prayer?  Andrew Gombossy answers these questions and more by looking at Romans 10:9-10 and the context around it and throughout scripture.
  • Nov 9, 2014SoundBytes: You Can’t Judge Me – Matthew 7:1
    Nov 9, 2014
    SoundBytes: You Can’t Judge Me – Matthew 7:1
    Series: SoundBytes
    We live in a headline culture; Facebook statuses, Twitter posts, news feeds and quotes from “famous” people. In the information age, with so much data available, it is hard to be truly informed, to really know the whole story. Reducing ideas to a headline, tagline or 140 characters forces us to lose context, to lose the bigger picture. The same can be true with the Bible. Join us as we dive deeper into God’s Word and learn to see scripture as something more than a verse of the day.
     
    Pastor Josh Moser looks at this frequently quoted verse by taking a deeper look at who Matthew was writing to as well as who Jesus was talking to when this well known verse was originally preached during the Sermon on the Mount.
  • Nov 2, 2014SoundsBytes: God Doesn’t Give Us More than We Can Handle – 1 Corinthians 10:13
    Nov 2, 2014
    SoundsBytes: God Doesn’t Give Us More than We Can Handle – 1 Corinthians 10:13
    Series: SoundBytes

    We live in a headline culture; Facebook statuses, Twitter posts, news feeds and quotes from “famous” people. In the information age, with so much data available, it is hard to be truly informed, to really know the whole story. Reducing ideas to a headline, tagline or 140 characters forces us to lose context, to lose the bigger picture. The same can be true with the Bible. Join us as we dive deeper into God’s Word and learn to see scripture as something more than a verse of the day.

    Is it true that God doesn't give us more than we can handle?  Pastor Aaron Day explores this idea by looking at the context around 1 Corinthians 10:13

  • Oct 26, 2014SoundBytes: Superpowers – Philippians 4:13
    Oct 26, 2014
    SoundBytes: Superpowers – Philippians 4:13
    Series: SoundBytes

    We live in a headline culture; Facebook statuses, Twitter posts, news feeds and quotes from “famous” people. In the information age, with so much data available, it is hard to be truly informed, to really know the whole story. Reducing ideas to a headline, tagline or 140 characters forces us to lose context, to lose the bigger picture. The same can be true with the Bible. Join us as we dive deeper into God’s Word and learn to see scripture as something more than a verse of the day.

    Can we really do all things through Christ who gives us strength?  Pastor Aaron Day looks at Philippians 3:20-4:20 in order to give us the broader context to the often quoted Philippians 4:13

  • Oct 12, 2014SoundBytes: Jesus Loves Me – John 3:16
    Oct 12, 2014
    SoundBytes: Jesus Loves Me – John 3:16
    Series: SoundBytes

    We live in a headline culture; Facebook statuses, Twitter posts, news feeds and quotes from “famous” people. In the information age, with so much data available, it is hard to be truly informed, to really know the whole story. Reducing ideas to a headline, tagline or 140 characters forces us to lose context, to lose the bigger picture. The same can be true with the Bible. Join us as we dive deeper into God’s Word and learn to see scripture as something more than a verse of the day.

     John 3:16 is an amazing verse that talks about the love of God and salvation through Jesus, but, Pastor Aaron Day reminds us to not just look at verses in isolation but to look at the entire context.

  • Oct 5, 2014SoundBytes: Intro
    Oct 5, 2014
    SoundBytes: Intro
    Series: SoundBytes

    We live in a headline culture; Facebook statuses, Twitter posts, news feeds and quotes from “famous” people. In the information age, with so much data available, it is hard to be truly informed, to really know the whole story. Reducing ideas to a headline, tagline or 140 characters forces us to lose context, to lose the bigger picture. The same can be true with the Bible. Join us as we dive deeper into God’s Word and learn to see scripture as something more than a verse of the day.

     Pastor Aaron Day kicks off a new series "SoundBytes" reminding us to remember context and to go beyond individual verses when reading/studying the bible

  • Sep 28, 2014Community
    Sep 28, 2014
    Community
    Series: Community
    Our relationships with God, our families, co-workers, neighbors, and church family play significant roles in our lives. When we look at the tremendous way that Jesus loved us, drew near to us, and became like us—taking our death and giving us His life—how could that NOT affect our relationships with God, with fellow believers, and with others God has placed in our path?
     
    Pastor Aaron Day concludes our "Community" series by encouraging us to share the Good News with those around us
  • Sep 21, 2014Community
    Sep 21, 2014
    Community
    Series: Community
    Our relationships with God, our families, co-workers, neighbors, and church family play significant roles in our lives. When we look at the tremendous way that Jesus loved us, drew near to us, and became like us—taking our death and giving us His life—how could that NOT affect our relationships with God, with fellow believers, and with others God has placed in our path?
     
    Andrew Gombossy continues our "Community" series by encouraging us to be in community with other believers
  • Sep 14, 2014Community
    Sep 14, 2014
    Community
    Series: Community
    Our relationships with God, our families, co-workers, neighbors, and church family play significant roles in our lives. When we look at the tremendous way that Jesus loved us, drew near to us, and became like us—taking our death and giving us His life—how could that NOT affect our relationships with God, with fellow believers, and with others God has placed in our path?
     
    Pastor Aaron Day continues our "Community" series by reminding us that community starts with our relationship to God
  • Sep 7, 2014Community
    Sep 7, 2014
    Community
    Series: Community
    Our relationships with God, our families, co-workers, neighbors, and church family play significant roles in our lives. When we look at the tremendous way that Jesus loved us, drew near to us, and became like us—taking our death and giving us His life—how could that NOT affect our relationships with God, with fellow believers, and with others God has placed in our path?
     
    Crosswater's 7th anniversary service including baby dedications, the start of our new series "Community" a message (in Creole) from Pastor Louinet Gilles and testimony of those being baptized.