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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More Than Conquerors: A Sermon Series on the Reformation

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.

Listen above or download the audio here.

The Reformation: Indulgences and Luther

October 15: We begin a multi-week study celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation by looking at how it answers questions that we face in present-daye America. Today, we consider how the Roman church’s use of indulgences drove Martin Luther to post his Ninety-Five Theses.

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The Tower of Babel: A sermon by Nate Harlan on Genesis 10:1–11:9

Pastor Nate Harlan wraps up his series on the early chapters of Genesis by addressing the judgment of God against mankind as they built the Tower of Babel.

We live with the consequences of this judgment to this day. Wonder why the earth is so full of division and why mankind has such a difficult time dwelling as one family in this fallen world of ours? It stems back to this moment of judgement when God scattered the nations and confused their languages.

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Faithful Sons: A sermon by Nate Harlan on Genesis 9:18–28

Faithful sons bring blessing, redemption, glory, and honor to their fathers. But the record of Scripture reveals to us that most of the world’s troubles can be attributed to unfaithful sons.

Sermon by Pastor Nate Harlan, recorded Sept. 24, 2017.

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God Saves the World: A sermon by Nate Harlan on Genesis 9:1–17

As Pastor Nate Harlan continues his series on the first 11 chapters of Genesis, today we examine the Noahic Covenant in Genesis 9.

The world of our day in many ways resembles the world of Noah’s day, pre-flood: A world full of darkness, a world full of violence. Our expectation might be that God is going to destroy the world much like He did in Noah’s day. Instead, we find great hope in the Noahic Covenant. God’s plan is not the destroy the world. His plan is to redeem the world.

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God Remembered Noah: a sermon by Nate Harlan on Gen. 8:1–22

God’s purpose in judgment is not ultimately to destroy, but to redeem. The life of Noah is a foreshadowing of the Messiah; the purpose of the Old Testament is to point us toward Christ and to ground our faith in Him.

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