Walking in the Light — 1 John 1:5–10

Pastor Nate Harlan leads us through this encapsulation of the Gospel in John’s first epistle. An important lesson: If a church’s members fail to confess their sins to one another, they will not have true fellowship with one another. And if they do not have fellowship with one another, they will not have fellowship with God.

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The Word of Life Made Manifest: A Sermon Series on 1 John

Walking in the Light — 1 John 1:5–10

Pastor Nate Harlan leads us through this encapsulation of the Gospel in John’s first epistle. An important lesson: If a church’s members fail to confess their sins to one another, they will not have true fellowship with one another. And if they do not have fellowship with one another, they will not have fellowship with God.

Listen to the audio above or download the file here.

Made Manifest — 1 John 1:1‑4

Why does the incarnation of Jesus Christ matter? Pastor Nate Harlan begins a series through the book of 1 John to discover the answers. We soon realize the importance of doctrine, in this case the doctrines of Christology, that guard us from heresies that would either deny Christ’s divinity or his humanity.

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Made Manifest — 1 John 1:1‑4

Why does the incarnation of Jesus Christ matter? Pastor Nate Harlan begins a series through the book of 1 John to discover the answers. We soon realize the importance of doctrine, in this case the doctrines of Christology, that guard us from heresies that would either deny Christ’s divinity or his humanity.

Listen to the sermon above or download the audio file here.

More Than Conquerors 3: Guarding Christ’s Flock

October 29:

“The work of pastors is absolutely essential to the work of reformation.”

In his third sermon on the Reformation, Pastor Nate Harlan looks to Scripture to exhort us that the way to reformation happens when pastors do their jobs of humbling us, unifying us, and protecting us.

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The Reformation: ‘Do Penance’ or ‘Repent’?

October 29: We continue our multi-week study celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation by taking a closer look at the Roman church’s sacrament of penance and how Luther’s study of the Greek New Testament was the inciting incident of the Reformation.

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More Than Conquerors 2: The Word of the Cross

October 22:

Pastor Nate Harlan delivers this second sermon on the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. We study how the reformers returned to the faithful preaching of the cross, which is what brings about true reformation. If we modern-day American Christians are to continue the work of reformation in our day, then it absolutely must begin here, with the faithful preaching of Christ and Him crucified.

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The Reformation: The ‘Treasury of Merit’

October 22: We continue our multi-week study celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation by looking at how it answers questions that we face in present-day America. Today, we consider the history of the “treasury of merit” as promulgated by Pope Clement VI in 1343 and how dangerous the idea is to the life of the Christian.

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More Than Conquerors 1: For the Love of Truth

October 15:

Five hundred years after the beginning of the Protestant Reformation, we can see that reformation is still a need in our day. What is there for us to do? What is the captivity is our day and age and what is the key to loosening the chains? Study along with Pastor Nate Harlan to hear what the Reformers have to teach us on loving truth in this Reformation series called More Than Conquerors.

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