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April 2, 2021
Good Friday
 
Pastor Kent Jackson
 
Scripture Readings:
 
Sermon Title: “Finding the Lost”
 
“I tell you that in the same way there will be more rejoicing in heaven over one sinner who repents than over ninety-nine righteous persons who do not need to repent.”

April 1, 2021
Maundy Thursday
 
Pastor Kent Jackson
 
Scripture Reading:  Luke 14:12-24
 
Sermon Title: “No Excuses!
 
Accept Christ’s Invitation.
Extend the Lord’s Welcome!

March 28, 2021
Palm Sunday
 
Pastor Kent Jackson
 
Scripture Reading:  Luke 13:22-35
 
Sermon Title: “Hosanna!!”
 
It’s good to know that we are saved and better to know our Savior. Knowing that Jesus saves should cause us to consider what we need to be saved from.

March 21, 2021
Fifth Sunday of Lent
 
Pastor Kent Jackson
 
Scripture Reading:  Luke 12:22-34 NIV
 
Sermon Title: “Finding Your Heart”
 
In order to find our heart, we must first identify our treasure.

March 14, 2021
Fourth Sunday of Lent
 
Pastor Kent Jackson
 
Scripture Reading:  Luke 11:37-54 NIV
 
Sermon Title: “(W)Holy Insulted
 
When Jesus identifies your weakness, seek His strength.

March 7, 2021
Third Sunday of Lent
 
Pastor Kent Jackson
 
Scripture Reading:  Luke 10:1-12 NIV
 
Sermon Title: “The Harvest is Plentiful
 
The 72 were sent ahead of Jesus to the places he would later go.
Am I willing to go, now to the places where the love of Jesus is yet to come?

February 28, 2021
Second Sunday of Lent
 
Pastor Kent Jackson
 
Scripture Reading:  Luke 9:18-27 NIV
 
Sermon Title: “Defining Jesus”
 
Jesus guides us toward a true understanding of his identity as Savior
through both his words and actions.

February 21, 2021
First Sunday of Lent
 
Pastor Kent Jackson
 
Scripture Reading:  Luke 8:1-3 NIV
 
Sermon Title: “Brokenness and Healing
 
When we have been broken by the world
we are primed and positioned for God’s healing.

February 17, 2021
Ash Wednesday
Pastor Kent Jackson
 
Scripture Reading:  Isaiah 58:1-12 NIV
 
Sermon Title: “Fasting for the Lord”
 
The sermon is in the text. Sometimes it is better to let the scripture speak for itself.
Let us listen to the prophet Isaiah confront the people about their practice of fasting,
and maybe it will help us consider our own pattern of Spiritual Disciplines.