The Pursuit of Worship – Leviticus 17-18

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Pastor Jonathan Eckberg begins our final series in the Book of Leviticus by teaching from Leviticus 17-18. In Leviticus 1-16 we have seen a very clear picture of God’s perfect, holy nature. But how go about pursuing a life lived in light of God’s holiness? The rest of Leviticus gives us that answer and it begins in chapters 17 and …

Life in Eternity – Revelation 21:1-7, 22-27

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Pastor Jonathan Eckberg continues our conversation on how the resurrection is about more than Easter morning. Last week we discussed how our faith changes every aspect of how we live our lives in this world. But that’s only a sliver of time in relation to eternity. So what does our belief in the resurrected Savior affect our eternity? We find …

4 Responses to an Empty Tomb – Easter 2019

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Pastor Jonathan Eckberg shares our special Easter morning message. We all respond to events and situations in our own unique ways. Regardless of our style, some events demand that we react in some way. This Easter we’ll see how the biblical story shows us four distinct responses to an empty tomb and how our response to the Risen Messiah will …

Cleaning Day – Leviticus 16

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Pastor Jonathan Eckberg concludes our series on Leviticus 11-16 in a message titled, “Cleaning Day.” It’s easy to notice when our kitchens, living rooms, or workspaces are a mess – the dishes piled up, toys thrown across the room, papers stacked upon papers. At some point, a cleaning is in order. In Leviticus 11-15, God makes a distinction between what …

The Body Broken for Broken Bodies – Leviticus 13-15

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Pastor Jonathan Eckberg teaches continues our study through the book of Leviticus. The human body is an incredible creation. It is filled with amazingly intricate systems and it carries out fascinating processes to sustain life. It is also quite delicate. We know the pains and struggles of sickness and disease which plague the human body. Leviticus 13-15 tells us about …

The Price of Purity – Leviticus 12

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Pastor Jonathan Eckberg continues our current series through the oft-neglected book of Leviticus. There are few things more exciting than the birth of a child. It shows us the joy of new life and the wonder of God’s creative power. In Leviticus 12 we find that even in this time of celebration we encounter impurity before God’s holiness and are …

Distinguishing Marks, Part 2 – Leviticus 11:24-47

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Pastor Jonathan Eckberg taches the second message in our series, “Clean.” It is easy to see how impurity overwhelms our world. But, Leviticus 11 shows us that impurity is a sickness that attacks our own hearts as well. We must recognize the distinct nature of impurity in our lives so that we may grasp the antidote God has given for …

Distinguishing Marks, Part 1 – Leviticus 11:1-23

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Pastor Jonathan Eckberg begins our new series, “Clean” by preaching from Leviticus 11:1-23. It can be confusing to study God’s laws about what he declares clean and unclean. But when we look closer we see the distinguishing marks of what is acceptable before a pure and holy God. We see, through these laws, the same distinguishing marks of purity in …

Strange Fire and Pure Worship – Leviticus 10

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Pastor Jonathan Eckberg teaches from Leviticus 10 in the next message of our series, “Come to the Altar.” Information is good, but sometimes we need to “live out” the information to truly understand it. In Leviticus 10, Aaron and his sons live out the truths God has been teaching them about approaching His holiness in worship. The lessons learned by …

Building a Worshipper – Leviticus 9

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Pastor Jonathan Eckberg continues our study, “Come to the Altar,” by teaching from Chapter 9 of Leviticus. Whether it’s a meeting at work, paying our taxes, or doing house chores we all are faced with tasks that we would rather not do but that we know must be done – so we do them. Our worship of our God is …