Rooted
Winter 2020

In this sermon series, a variety of scriptures are explored that use the metaphor of a tree to capture the essence of discipleship. If we are "rooted in Jesus and growing in His love" then the fruit of our lives ought to resemble the life of Christ - who kept pressing onward with the Good News to those who had yet to meet the God of Israel.

Branching out to Serve Others - Part 1
Sermon by Jason Emberger, Assistant Pastor of Student Ministries
Scripture readings by Tom Hansen, Senior Pastor and Jason Emberger
Children's sermon by Tom Hansen
February 16, 2020

Isaiah 61:1-11 - Matthew 13:31-32

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Growing in His Love - Part 2
Sermon by Tom Hansen, Senior Pastor
Scripture readings by Jason Emberger, Assistant Pastor of Student Ministries and Tom Hansen
Children's sermon by Jason Emberger
February 9, 2020

Jeremiah 17:5-8 - Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23

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Growing in His Love - Part 1
Sermon by Tom Hansen, Senior Pastor
Scripture readings by Tina Emberger, Praise Band Member and Tom Hansen
Children's sermon by Janet Young, Executive Director
of Church-wide & Children's Ministries
February 2, 2020

Ephesians 3:14-21 - Matthew 7:15-20

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Rooted in Jesus - Part 2
Sermon by Tom Hansen, Senior Pastor
Call to worship and first scripture reading by Kimberly Langston, Lay Leader
Second scripture reading by Jason Emberger, Assistant Pastor of Student Ministries
January 26, 2020 

Isaiah 44:1-8 - Psalm 1:1-6 - Hosea 14:1-9

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Rooted in Jesus - Part 1
Sermon and scripture readings by Jason Emberger,
Assistant Pastor of Student Ministries
Children's Sermon by Tom Hansen, Senior Pastor
January 19, 2020 

Colossians 2:6-7 - John 15:1-17

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Rooted
Sermon and scripture readings by Tom Hansen, Senior Pastor
Children's Sermon by Jason Emberger, Assistant Pastor of Student Ministries
January 12, 2020 

Genesis 2:8-9, 15-17, 3:1-7 - Revelation 22:1-2

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