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Part 7 – SERIES: Galatians - The Sweetness of FreedomPaul gives a “before” and “after” picture of knowing Jesus personally. Before knowing God through Jesus Christ, we were all enslaved and without hope. The essence of true salvation is being known by God. To be known by God means having a personal relationship with him where you are deeply lov ...…
 
Part 6 – SERIES: Galatians - The Sweetness of FreedomPaul needs the Galatian churches to understand that the Gospel is not based on the Law but on God’s Promise. By way of illustration, he reminds them that God’s promises cannot be changed or annulled, and that receiving the promised inheritance/blessing is a matter of faith in Jesus Christ. Ar ...…
 
Part 5 – SERIES: Galatians - The Sweetness of FreedomIn Galatians 3, Paul gets to the heart of his argument with the Galatian churches. They must learn and remember that not only are they justified (declared righteous) by faith alone, they are also sanctified (made holy) by faith alone in Christ alone. It’s all God’s grace, and not based on any ...…
 
Part 4 – SERIES: Galatians - The Sweetness of FreedomThe body of Paul’s letter to the Galatians can be divided into three parts: 1) A defense of Paul’s authority as an Apostle (1:10-2:21), 2) Paul’s defense of the Gospel, and 3) application of the Gospel. As we begin this first section, we see that it’s all grace! Paul exerts his authority to r ...…
 
Part 3 – SERIES: Galatians - The Sweetness of FreedomIn Galatians 2:1-10 we get a glimpse into a meeting between Paul and some of the leaders in the early church that affected the rest of church history. It yielded two key outcomes, 1 personally for each believer in Christ, and 1 corporately for the Church as a whole. The first is Freedom in Je ...…
 
Part 7 – SERIES: For the Life of the WorldWhat is your salvation actually for? It's for the life of the world. The Church lives out God's Kingdom on earth for the life of the world. Jesus' Kingdom is already present, but not yet fully here. As part of Jesus' Church, we live in the "overlapping of the ages", the "already / not yet". While the Ki ...…
 
Part 6 – SERIES: For the Life of the WorldIn this series we examine the question, "What is our salvation actually for?" To live as an exile for the life of the world requires you to take time to slow down and behold God's beauty. It requires living a life of wonder and being transformed by God. God creates some things solely for the purpose of ...…
 
Part 1 – SERIES: For the Life of the WorldIn this new series we examine the question, "What is our salvation actually for?" How does a Christian live in the world while not being of it? It begins with a new perspective, recognizing that our salvation is a call to live as exiles as we bless the world. We're sent to love people and invite them to ...…
 
Part 2 – SERIES: Paradox of PowerWhile we are totally inadequate in ourselves, there's a paradox at work in the fact that we are also totally adequate in Christ. Paul discusses a thorn in his flesh in 2 Corinthians 12, but that God's grace is fully sufficient for him in Christ. We all experience different types of thorns, and they can be useful ...…
 
Part 4 – SERIES: More Than EnoughWe have a number needs we need met as human beings. The great news of the Gospel is that Jesus is More Than Enough to meet them all! One of those needs is for hope. Psalm 42 and Psalm 43 were likely one Psalm originally. They speak directly to our struggle with hopelessness and depression. The writer of these Ps ...…
 
Part 1 – SERIES: Five SolasAs we remember the 500th Anniversary this month of Martin Luther's 95 Theses that sparked the Reformation, we're studying the "Five Solas". The Five Solas are a summary of some of the key orthodox doctrines that were reaffirmed and returned to during the Reformation. This week we look at Sola Christus (Christ Alone). ...…
 
Part 4 – SERIES: Old SchoolThis week we wrap up our four-part summary of the Old Testament storyline. We start be diving deeper into why and how the people were exiled (as well as a rabbit trail showing the historical accuracy of Scripture) before briefly looking at their return and the wait for a savior. Ultimately all of the Old Testament is ...…
 
Part 3 – SERIES: Old SchoolWe begin this week with Israel in the wilderness, wandering because of their sin at Kadesh. After 40 years of wandering, a generation dies in the desert, and a new generation gets their opportunity to enter the land that had been promised to Abraham. This new generation finally trusts the Lord, and he blesses them! Ho ...…
 
Part 2 – SERIES: Old SchoolWe're going to Old Testament School and learning the primary storyline of the Old Testament. In our second part of the storyline we see that Israel has multiplied greatly after 400 years in Egypt. A new king (Pharaoh) is now in power and he oppresses God's people greatly. They cry out to God and he raises up Moses to ...…
 
Part 1 – SERIES: Old SchoolWe're going to Old Testament School and learning the primary story line of the Old Testament. It begins with God and him creating everything good. But in Genesis 3 Adam and Eve sin and create an enduring mess. Thankfully, before he even addresses their sin, God promises a fix (a Savior) in Genesis 3:15. The rest of th ...…
 
Part 1 – SERIES: Gather, Grow, Go!At Wawasee Bible we ask 3 things of each person who calls Wawasee their church home. 1) Gather with us regularly on Sunday mornings and in a 1:10 Group. 2) Don't just show up, grow up. Get connected in a supplemental ministry to help you grow. 3) Go! Serve somewhere in the church and in the community. — In Hebr ...…
 
Part 3 – SERIES: Jude - ContendJude continues his letter to the believers by completing the profile of an Apostate. He even draws in specific traits from the Apostles’ experience. Jude then challenges the believers to walk worthy of their calling by employing 4 commands to encourage them. He concludes his letter with the hope of salvation throu ...…
 
Part 2 – SERIES: Jude - ContendNot everyone is always as they seem. However, to recognize a counterfeit, one must know the original well. Jude continues his exhortation to “contend for the faith” by addressing the true colors of apostates. He makes a note to himself about past and present apostasy, as well as the coming judgment of these apostates.…
 
Part 1 – SERIES: Jude - ContendPastor Dan and Pastor Kirk begin a short series through the book of Jude this week and contending for our faith. Faithfully contending for the faith demands a godly perspective. This requires us to focus on our true position. We are called, loved, and kept by God. We must also focus on true faith. We contend for t ...…
 
Part 10 – SERIES: James - Faith In MotionIn James 4:13-17, James is confronting our natural tendency to handle life as if God really doesn't even exists. In these four verses James emphasizes what we should not say and do as well as what we should say and do in light of our future. He challenges us to not live like christian atheists.…
 
Part 9 – SERIES: James - Faith In MotionIn James 4:11-12 James addresses the issue of speaking evil against other believers. When I speak against others, I speak against God's Word... And when I speak against God's Word, I speak against God... and I put myself in the place of God. Instead I must be humble and know my place. We ended the message ...…
 
Part 8 – SERIES: James - Faith In MotionIn 4:1-10 James challenges us to quit "cheating on God". He makes it very clear that the problem isn't from without, or with other people, the problem is us. It's the sin and pride within us. Using some strong language, James tells us we must quit "cheating on God" and committing spiritual adultery. Ezeki ...…
 
Part 7 – SERIES: James - Faith In Motion James 3:13-18 marks the hinge point of the entire book of James. It's here that we find James' main argument. There are two types of wisdom. Wisdom #1 is from below and is earthly, unspiritual, demonic, jealous, selfish, and vile. Wisdom #2 is from above and is pure, peaceable, gentle, open to reason, fu ...…
 
Part 6 – SERIES: James - Faith In MotionThe tongue may be small, but it wields incredible power — both for life and death. James makes clear that the tongue isn't the problem, it's the heart of the person the tongue belongs to. All the tongue does is reveal the heart. Because of this it is small but power, a savage monster, and an impossible mi ...…
 
Part 5 – SERIES: James - Faith In MotionJames 2:14-26 can be one of the most misunderstood and troubling passages in the New Testament. Some see a contradiction with Paul's writings, but nothing is further from the truth. James's main point in 2:14-26 is that faith that isn't shown isn't really known. In other words, true biblical faith results ...…
 
Part 4 – SERIES: James - Faith In MotionJames is very straightforward in his commands to the Church. In 2:1-13 he makes it clear that Christians shouldn't play favorites, as it's not consistent with who they are in Christ. He gives 3 reasons by way of illustration: 1) Playing favorites and showing favoritism is wickedness. 2) God doesn't play f ...…
 
Part 3 – SERIES: James - Faith In MotionIn 1:19-27 James gives some very practical wisdom in how to live out our faith in Christ. In a nutshell, we should be quick and doubly slow. Using many practical and vivid illustrations, James instructs us to be slow to anger, putting away all moral filth. Instead we must receive and respond to God's Word ...…
 
Part 2 – SERIES: James - Faith In MotionIt's said that wisdom is "knowledge rightly applied". For James, wisdom is "faith rightly put in motion". His letter is a continual comparison of wisdom from above v. wisdom from below, encouraging us to choose God's wisdom and rightly put our faith in motion. This week he addresses trials—painful circums ...…
 
Part 1 – SERIES: James - Faith In MotionWe start a new series through the book of James. While the book of James is beloved by many Christians, very few seem to know much about the man who wrote it. The writer of the book of James was Jesus' little brother (Mark 6:3; Galatians 1:19), yet James remains humble and never mentions that fact. James ...…
 
Easter Sunday 2017 – John 11:1-57Jesus declares himself to be the Resurrection and the Life. Only days or weeks before his own death and resurrection, Jesus gets word that his friend Lazarus has died. Curiously, Jesus answers a plea for help from Lazarus's sisters (Martha and Mary) with love—by DELAYING. Lazarus was sick, on the edge of death, ...…
 
Palm Sunday – Matthew 21:1-11Pastor Kirk (our Equipping Pastor) taught from Matthew 21:1-11 on Palm Sunday. When Jesus came to Jerusalem the people had a correct response (joy, shouting, excitement!) but it was for the wrong reason. They wanted him to save them from Rome, not from their sin. Jesus comes to you today, do you receive and follow h ...…
 
Part 5 – SERIES: HeroicThis week we move into the book of Haggai. Haggai is likely an old man when he prophesies to the people who have returned from exile. God uses him to stir his people out of complacency and back to action. Haggai challenges them to consider their ways and choose to obey. God does the same with us through Haggai today.…
 
Part 4 – SERIES: HeroicHeroic faith is a repentant faith—continually turning back to Jesus. As the book of Ezra ends, it's a low point for God's people. They have seen him to incredible and gracious things for them, yet they have quickly forgotten him and turned away in sin. The people become faithless, but God remains faithful. He shows them i ...…
 
Part 3 – SERIES: HeroicEzra was a brilliant scholar of God's Word and a gifted leader. He was also humble. In every instance of favor, rather than take credit due to his strong leadership (which he could have), he declared that it was because "the good hand of the Lord was upon me." He uses this phrase 6 times in Ezra 7-8. The good hand of the ...…
 
Part 2 – SERIES: HeroicHeroic faith is faith that honors the Lord and seeks Jesus’ Kingdom first, even in the face of adversity. Heroic includes trusting God’s Faithfulness, especially in the midst of life’s struggles and opposition to God’s work. When God is working in your life, expect opposition. But when God is working, he overcomes all opp ...…
 
Part 1 – SERIES: HeroicWe start a new series called "Heroic", working through the Old Testament books of Ezra and Haggai. Heroic faith is faith that honors the Lord and seeks Jesus' Kingdom first, even in the face of adversity. Heroic faith begins with seeing God's Providence—in the ways that he keeps his promises, provides for his work, and re ...…
 
Part 5 – SERIES: A Generous LifeWe close our series by looking at Psalm 65. Psalm 65 was written by David to be sung at one of the harvest festivals. It celebrates God's generosity made manifest in the harvest and trusts him for more provision in the future. In Psalm 65 we see that God is WAY better to us than we deserve. He forgives my sin, an ...…
 
Part 4 – SERIES: A Generous LifeThis week we look at examples of an Expanding Giver and an Extravagant Giver in God's Word. To become an Expanding Giver requires me to slow down, open my eyes, soften my heart, bend my back, and extend my wallet. We see a good example of this in the Good Samaritan. An Extravagant Giver is looking to invest in Je ...…
 
Part 3 – SERIES: A Generous LifeWe continue on the journey to live a Generous Life by looking at Abraham. Abraham demonstrates the 3rd type/level of giver on our journey: The Tithing Giver. The tithing giver is giving their first fruits (10% of their income) to the Lord. They count their blessings and cultivate a thankful heart. They practice t ...…
 
Part 2 – SERIES: A Generous LifeThis week we look at the first two types of givers: the Beginning Giver and the Consistent Giver. A Generous Life begins with childlike faith. Zacchaeus is a great example of a Beginning Giver with childlike faith. A helpful tip to begin giving? Start giving! For an example of a Consistent Giver we look at Cornel ...…
 
"You know the generous grace of our Lord Jesus Christ. Though he was rich, yet for your sakes he became poor, so that by his poverty he could make you rich." (2 Corinthians 8:9) — Because Jesus is generous, we should be generous with our time, talent, and treasure. Jesus isn't after our money, he is after our heart (our money and possessions ju ...…
 
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