Easter 2018

Creation, Redemption and Sanctification

April 29th, 2018
Fr. Chris continues to explain, using this week's Gospel reading John 14:15-21, how we know God is good through the process of creation, redemption and sanctification. In the beginning, we can see how God is good through creation. Everything He created was good but Adam and Eve chose to disobey God.Their disobedience caused our separation from God. But God did not abandon us. He set in motion a plan for us to be redeemed and made sanctified. How did He do this? Listen to Fr. Chris explain how the plan works so our relationship with God can be restored. Then in the second part of this sermon, a special member of our congregation finishes the sermon with a powerful personal testimony.. Jessica is one of our members who is leaving this Wednesday to go to Uganda for 3 months. Listen to her moving story on how she learned to trust God as she struggled with her uncertainty, and then realizing how much He loves her, she took that leap of faith into the mission field of Uganda.


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