This Sunday Normandy Groups Director, Mark Heger, taught about the importance of being devoted to one another through living in biblical community. Using Acts 2 and John 17, Mark emphasizes that true community is devoted, unified, and expanding. For the transcript, click HERE.
This week we were honored to have Peter Louis in the pulpit to speak on our connection with God and our connection with one another. These two things are the most important aspects of our lives. Peter delves into John 1:29 & Matthew 18:21 to teach about forgiveness, then leaves us with a practical exercise to help us walk it out.
This week Justus shared a different sermon for each service on how we encounter hope and life when the presence of God shows up. Matthew 9:18-26
This week we looked at a way Christ deepens our relationships, advances His kingdom and proves He is enough - the way of the Cross (Proverbs 4:23; Matthew 16:24-28; Colossians 1:15-18).
During the 1st service, Pastor John talked about how God might deepen our walk with God - by listening to Jesus. On the Mount of Transfiguration, God interrupted Peter (poor Peter) and told the disciples, "this is my beloved Son - listen to Him". As we learn to listen to God through our joy and pain we will deepen our relationship with God and others (Matthew 17:1-6; 1 John 4:1).
This week Mark Heger spoke on the “Lost Parables Triology” in Luke 15 as the final week of our Kingdom Parables series. Mark walked through The Lost Sheep, The Lost Coin, and The Lost Son to remind our body about the radical love of God for both the sinner and the saint.
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This week Michael Hats Miller from The Upper Room shares the heart and practicals of prophecy from scripture along with testimonies of the church being encouraged, conforted and edified through this gift.
This week The Dallas campus pastor for the Village Church, Steve Hardin, passionately shares with Normandy the importance of prevailing prayer. Luke 11:1-13
This Sunday, we start the "Kingdom Parables” series as we take a deeper look into Jesus’ description of the Kingdom of Heaven. Mark Heger leads us through the parable of “The Workers in the Vineyard” and shows us the generosity of God and the idol of comparison of men.