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Why is Christmas so important? Why do we even celebrate Christmas? Well, the truth is that God becoming a baby is a pretty big deal. God Almighty, the Creator of the Universe, came into our world as helpless baby. That’s the story of Christmas. It’s mind-blowing. This year I want to unwrap the story of Christmas. These sermons are based on the first three chapters of Tim Keller’s book ‘Hidden Christmas’ and they will unwrap the genealogy of Jesus, the Fathers of Jesus and the Light of Jesus.
In this series we’re going to look at how evangelism is founded in God’s love for us and our love for him and for the lost. We’re going to look at how the heart of evangelism is just telling other people about Jesus. We’re going to look at six principles of effective evangelism, and finally four practical ways to do evangelism. You and I have been called to share the Good News.
When Westside started, one of the main goals was that every member would be part of a small group. And the first study these new groups did was called Discovering the Church. As we celebrate our 20th anniversary as a church we’re going to go back and rediscover the beauty and wonder of God’s plan to connect his children in the life-sustaining community called the church.
The Bible calls us to pray about all sorts of things, but in the New Testament one of the most common types of prayers is praying for the church. In this series we’re going to look at 8 New Testament prayers and what they teach us about praying for our brothers and sisters in Christ.
Do you enjoy spending time with God? Do you actually enjoy God? This new series is all about how you can enjoy God in the ordinary moments of every day. God didn’t just save us so we could be saved, but so we could live in a dynamic and personal relationship with himself. The goal of the Christian life isn’t to be saved, but to live in a relationship with God.
At Easter we celebrate the death of Jesus Christ, but often we don’t think about why Jesus had to die. This Easter we’re going to look at 5 reasons why Jesus had to die: Righteousness, reconciliation, redemption, resurrection and regeneration.
The early church didn’t just meet together as a whole church in the Temple for worship and fellowship, they also met in each other’s homes and shared meals together. In this series we’re going to see that Home Groups are places of growth, places of fellowship, places of prayer, and places of care.
Paul wrote this letter to Titus because Titus was serving a church, that instead of being filled with godly people, was filled with poor sickly believers. Paul’s letter encouraged Titus to build his church by investing in the godliness of God’s people. This sermon series unpacks what the book of Titus says about godly believers.
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