Hebrews 2:1-4 |
Hebrews 2:1-4 |
Hebrews 2:1-4 |
Hebrews 2:5-10 | Having exhorted the readers to “pay much closer attention” to their Great Salvation, and to watch out for spiritual drift, the author of Hebrews continues to build. Now he describes HOW God has worked such a Great Salvation. In doing so we continue to learn about Jesus’ complete authority as well as … [ read more ] "Authority & Already-Not-Yet"
Hebrews 2:9-14 |
This week kicks off the launch of our Life-on-Life Discipleship Strategy. Pastor Jason moves us through Model, Multiply, and Magnify,
Hebrews 3:1-6 |
Hebrews 3:7-19 |
Hebrews 3:12-19 | What a blessed and hard to walk-out well this truth is. Our lives and faith are meant to be intertwined. You won’t want to miss this teaching.
Hebrews 4:1-11 | In one of the best examples of beautiful tension that the Bible is famous for, this week we explore how we are to “strive for rest” and important realities that under-gird and surround this reality.
Genesis 3 | This week, in his first sermon ever, Markus teaches us about the would-be pleasure of sin and the pain that is. He also encourages us with the corresponding promises of our Saviour.
Hebrews 4:12-13 |
Hebrews 4:14-5:3 | As chapter 4 comes to a close, each verse packs in a major truth. This week we especially breakdown topics of the Christian’s “confession” of faith, truths about “temptation”, and “access” to God.
Luke 10:38-42 | Confessions of a Christian Workaholic
Each year Celebration! Church participates in a world-wide event called Freedom Sunday. The themed week exists to help draw attention to a God who is perfect in both Justice and Mercy as well as draw attention to the need for us to advance the causes of both justice and mercy in our world. Here Joel … [ read more ] "Freedom Sunday"
We are so proud of the church planters that we have the honour to work with. This week we have Deholo as a guest speaker, who is preparing to plant a new Francophone church in Ottawa. This week Deholo shares a word about processing and responding to God’s call in the face of fear.
This week sees Pastor Jason pick back up on our study through the Bible book Hebrews, in chapter 5:1-10. Though the people, history, and traditions of ancient Israel may seem so far removed from our lives, They are a key part in God’s Great Rescue Plan, which every one of us ought to sit up … [ read more ] "Our Example, Our Source"
In one of the most convicting passages in the New Testament, the author levels an indictment at the believers. With both a pastoral and a parental tone, he seeks to push believers toward maturity.
When read by itself, Hebrews 6:1-3 seems to contradict much of what you’d hear from modern preachers. What could it mean to “leave the elementary doctrine of Christ”? This is part of what we explore in this week’s message as we continue to explore maturity in the faith.
This week kicks off another year of HymnedOutNovember! And as pastor Jason joins the band for “bluegrass week,” we have a good friend Daniel Gilman join us from Ravi Zacharias International Ministries (RZIM) in Toronto bring a message that all people need to hear.
As the author of Hebrews continues to push into the idea of “not neglecting a great salvation” and growing into maturity, the passage for this weeks seems to take a tricky turn. Join us as we dig deep into issues around salvation, kingdom fruit and eternal security.
After some intense words, the author of Hebrews speaks more directly to the recipients of the letter who are believing in Jesus. He calls them “beloved” and speaks of good things that he sees for them. This week, we glean some truths from this short passage that can help concrete us in faith and community.
As we come to the close of Hebrews chapter 6, we see the theme of the passage dovetail well with our 2019 Orphan Care Sunday. Hear the Father’s Voice and His Heart as He promises good things over His people. Let Jesus be your hope and let that anchor your soul.
As the Advent season kicks off, our study through the book of Hebrews takes an appropriate and timely focus on HOPE. So much more than a warm-and-fuzzy idea, so much more than a self-help-strategy, we need a hope that provides a “sure and steadfast” refuge. This hope exists in Jesus!