Oct 8, 2017
“Our Father . . . So You May Live”
Series: "Our Father"
Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost
Matthew 6:9-15
 

“And forgive us our debts…”

It’s part of a prayer many of us pray all around the world; the Lord’s Prayer. A model of prayer taught to us by Jesus Christ, the Lord’s Prayer has lost much of its meaning in our hearts as we have memorized and consequently recited it over and over again. Pastor Steve Barrett concludes his sermon series on the Lord’s Prayer. The focus is on the final requests of the prayer dealing with forgiveness and the time of trial (or temptation). Have you prayed this prayer but not grasped its full meaning? Would you like some fresh insight into what Jesus meant when He taught it? We invite you to listen to or view the sermon.
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  • Oct 8, 2017“Our Father . . . So You May Live”
    Oct 8, 2017
    “Our Father . . . So You May Live”
    Series: "Our Father"
    Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost
    Matthew 6:9-15
     

    “And forgive us our debts…”

    It’s part of a prayer many of us pray all around the world; the Lord’s Prayer. A model of prayer taught to us by Jesus Christ, the Lord’s Prayer has lost much of its meaning in our hearts as we have memorized and consequently recited it over and over again. Pastor Steve Barrett concludes his sermon series on the Lord’s Prayer. The focus is on the final requests of the prayer dealing with forgiveness and the time of trial (or temptation). Have you prayed this prayer but not grasped its full meaning? Would you like some fresh insight into what Jesus meant when He taught it? We invite you to listen to or view the sermon.
  • Sep 17, 2017“Our Father . . . In Heaven”
    Sep 17, 2017
    “Our Father . . . In Heaven”
    Series: "Our Father"
    Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost
    Matthew 6:9-13
     
    Rev. Steve Barrett began a new sermon series titled, “Our Father”. This 4-week series will focus on what has commonly been referred to as “The Lord’s Prayer” as found in Matthew 6. What do we know about the prayer beyond what we have memorized? Is the version many of our churches recite every Sunday even accurate? What do some of the lines in the prayer mean? Is the prayer really meant for us? These questions and more will all be addressed over the next 4 weeks.