I-94 & SS (exit 290)   •   N14 W27995 Silvernail Rd Pewaukee, WI 53072 • 5 pm worship gathering & 6:15 meal on Sundays  (262) 548-3744

Sermons

High High Priest

A walk through Hebrews may sometimes seem more like a stiff climb. But the view develops into a spectacular picture of all that Jesus has done for us! (Follow-along presentation.)

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Low High Priest

Jesus has experienced the things that weaken us, passed through the temptations that threaten us and pushed through sufferings we can’t imagine. He understands. (Follow-along presentation.)

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New Priest, New Covenant

What is the basis for this new relationship offered with God? It sounds like a whole new arrangement! (Follow-along presentation.)

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Melchize Who??

A good look at Melchizedek will yield real insight into who Jesus is, and why He came. Can He really rescue us? (Follow-along presentation.)

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And Now, Behind this Curtain…An Anchor!

Real hope is a powerful thing. It absolutely changes our lives. Our whole perspective shifts when we see clearly what is coming. (Follow-along presentation.)

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Gloom, Despair & Agony on Me

Elijah walked incredibly close with God, yet he experienced a dark night of the soul that led him deep into the wilderness—alone, depressed, and praying to die. But that’s not where the story ends!

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Myth #6: The Bible Puts Down Women

The Bible, especially the New Testament, gives respect and freedom to women in many many ways that were unheard of in the surrounding cultures. (Follow-along presentation.)

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Myth #5: Suffering People Are Being Punished By God (Follow-Along Presentation Available)

There are many reasons we suffer. We want the answer to the question, “Why am I surffering?” Maybe the better question is “What shall I do with this suffering?” (Follow-along presentation.)

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Myth #4: All Religions Are the Same (Follow-Along Presentation Available)

There is often overlap in how religions say we should treat others, but on the other big questions of our lives, “How can we fix what is broken in us,” “what is my ultimate goal in life,” “Who am I accountable to,” etc., the religions of the world could hardly be more at odds. (Follow-along presentation.)

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