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Message Monday 05/10/15 – Kingdom Moms

Chuck Foreman – Teaching Pastor

To those who gave birth this year to their first child—we celebrate with you.

To those who lost a child this year – we mourn with you.

To those who are in the trenches with little ones every day and wear the badge of food stains – we appreciate you.

To those who experienced loss through miscarriage, failed adoptions, or running away—we mourn with you.  (more…)

Message Monday 05/03/15 – Kingdom Come: God’s Story – When The Sons & Daughters Of God Show Up

Chuck Foreman – Teaching Pastor

“The creation waits in eager expectation for the sons (and daughters) of God to be revealed.” (Romans 8:19)  “He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.” (Revelation 21:4)  “And the leaves of the tree are for the healing of the nations. No longer will there be any curse.” (Revelation 22:2-3) (more…)

Message Monday 04/27/15 – Kingdom Come: God’s Unshakeable Kingdom

Jon Taylor – Lead Pastor

This message, taken from Coram Deo course material from Disciple Nations Alliance, is one of my favorites because of the clarity it brings to how we can all advance God’s Kingdom – here and now!

The Kingdom advancement is an inside-out advancement. It starts with one’s heart being regenerated, which leads to a renewed mind, which leads to the formation of Christ-like character, which leads to a transformed family, and is then lived out in every sphere of society. Whatever your role/job, you can live this out and advance the Kingdom!  (more…)

Message Monday 04/20/15 – Kingdom Come: The Good News Of The Kingdom

Chuck Foreman – Teaching Pastor

Have you ever had to try to explain to someone—what’s so good about the Good News anyway?  Sometimes our Gospeldoesn’t sound like the Good News it’s supposed to be at all.  But it should.  More than once, the Gospel writers tell of how Jesus went around preaching the Good News of the Kingdom of God.  So what was it?  Take a closer looks at the first four books of the New Testament and you’ll find that in what Jesus did and in what he taught, he was showing us and telling us that the Good News of God’s Kingdom is that he is in the business of undoing the work of our enemy and putting our broken world back together again.  Now that’s Good News—and it’s for everyone.  (more…)

Message Monday 04/13/15 – Kingdom Come: Mission Of The King

Chuck Foreman – Teaching Pastor

We are not saved and brought into God’s family just so that we can go to heaven some day. God’s intention for us is to be his image bearers in this world, partnering with him to restore justice, righteousness and peace to his creation. Jesus taught and modeled this way of God’s Kingdom as Israel ‘ s Servant King.


Message Monday 04/06/15 – Easter Sunday – Kingdom Come: The Victory Of The King

Chuck Foreman – Teaching Pastor

Jesus is the Risen King. He has established a new kind of Kingdom, a Kingdom of love,
which transforms lives, and changes and restores our broken world.
He’s looking for Kingdom Players who will both pray the prayer he taught us to pray,
and do the work for which he designed us,
that his Kingdom may come to earth, and his will be done on earth, as it is in heaven.
This is the message of Easter—the Resurrection.


Message Monday 03/30/15 – Kingdom Come: Return Of The King

Chuck Foreman – Teaching Pastor

When Jesus entered Jerusalem for the final time, this time as king, unmistakably fulfilling Zechariah’s prophecy about Israel’s King coming to her, gentle and riding on a donkey’s colt (Zech. 9:9), he wept over his people and his city. His sorrow was that he knew Israel could not understand what would, on that day, bring her peace. He knew that the leaders of Israel had rejected their Messiah, the Son of Man, in favor of maintaining their position and power given them over their own people by the Romans. They did not recognize the time of God’s coming to them. (Luke 19:44)

Immediately after that, Jesus did something only God as King could do…  (more…)