The Kingdom of God – it’s the most expansive and grand thing in existence. But if you don’t have eyes to see it you’ll miss it entirely. This December join us for Blacklight Christmas, a series about God’s Kingdom, the world, and our ability to see it.
For week one of the series, Pastor Hunter preached from Matthew 13 – the Parable of the Weeds. In his sermon, Pastor Hunter showed how Jesus intends the Church to be more like a wild field – messy lives growing, changing, and multiplying – rather than a clean barn, and that weeds are sometimes closer to wheat than one would think.
For week two of Blacklight Christmas, Pastor Hunter took us through the parables of the mustard seed and the yeast. In his sermon, Pastor Hunter showed how the Kingdom of God works not through the big, bold, and over-the-top, but rather through the small and virtually unseen work done by His Spirit in our hearts.
For final week of the series, Pastor Hunter preached on the parable of the hidden treasure and the pearl. In his sermon, he showed that the parable was not necessarily about how much we must give up to follow Jesus, but how wonderful He is as our Savior.
Merry Christmas! As a special surprise, we recorded this sermon video for you to enjoy. Share it with your friends, and we’ll see you in 2014!