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The Christmas Child: Who is He?

Colossians 1:15-20 SERMON SUMMARY During the Christmas season, it used to be common to find nativity manger scenes on public property. But that has become quite controversial today, sometimes bringing lawsuits. To be honest there has always been controversy surrounding this baby. Who was that baby in the manger? Some would say he is a…

Jesus is Gone: What’s Next? – Part 1 of 2 – Resetting Expectations of the Church – April 30, 2017

SERMON SUMMARY 1. Our lives are shaped by our expectations. Shaped by the Old Testament, the disciples expected God quickly to bring in a physical, national kingdom of Israel with a victorious, messianic ruler who would squash all Gentile opposition. The disciples expected and wanted one thing, but Jesus had something else in mind. False…

The Church Has Left the Building – Part 3 of 6 – Empathetic Heart of the Evangelist

SERMON SUMMARY Matthew 9:18-38 Empathy is powerful. Principle: Scarcity increases value. Empathy/Compassion is hard to find. Believers are prepared by God to enter into the emotional world of empathy. We love it when we emotionally resonate with others. Sometimes it comes naturally. Sometimes it is a choice We can make the choice to draw near.…

The Church Has Left the Building – Part 2 of 6 – Marks of a Disciple

SERMON SUMMARY At Triangle Community Church, our mission is not merely to make Christian converts, but to take the next step and “make disciples.” A disciple is a Christian who has committed himself to learn and grow in his relationship with Jesus Christ. Jesus gives us four distinguishing marks of a Christian disciple. It is…

Reaching the Next Generation

Sermon Summary Today is an exciting day in the life of our church family as we celebrate the grand opening of our brand new Next Generation Discipleship Center! This building represents our church’s commitment to share God’s love with the next generation of young people. The mission of the church is clear: we are to…

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