Encounter(ing) God // Father
We are starting a new series where we are going to look at the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit over the coming months. Our heart behind this series is to encourage and equip you to ENCOUNTER God for who He really is. We are beginning with the Father where we will unpack the character of God – His Nature, Names, Titles, and Attributes. With God, oftentimes our attention is focused on KNOWING what to do or not do, rather than ENCOUNTERING Who it is behind it all!
Encounter(ing) God // Father - Part 5
Pastor Steve Berger | February 17, 2019
In Part 5, Pastor Steve speaks on the long-suffering/patient nature of God. He defines God’s long-suffering, speaks on what it does, and then cautions us on ways we may take advantage of this attribute of God. Is today your day to acknowledge and accept God’s long-suffering so you can repent and be saved?
Encounter(ing) God // Father - Part 4
Pastor Steve Berger | February 10, 2019
Pastor Steve begins to unpack the character of God, focusing specifically on mercy and grace. Both of these attributes of God are closely related and often mentioned together, as in the case today’s text out of Exodus 34. Have you encountered the mercy and grace of God? If so, there should be an internal transformation and an external generosity.
Encounter(ing) God // Father - Part 2
Pastor Dave Buehring | January 27, 2019
In Part 2, Pastor Dave dives deep into the life of Moses and his encounter with the Father. The core of the name LORD, which is revealed to Moses in Exodus 34, is that God is beyond comprehension, compare, and corruption. The question is, “Where is God the Father inviting you to encounter Him afresh today?”
Encounter(ing) God // Father - Part 1
Pastor Dave Buehring | January 20, 2019
In the introduction to the Father segment of Encounter(ing) God, Pastor Dave lays a foundation for this series by defining and clarifying the difference between knowing God and encountering God. Knowing is being “aware” and “informed,” whereas, when we have an encounter with God, our lives are forever changed and transformed.