Highlands: Matthew 11:1–19—Expectations About Jesus

We are in Part IV of our ongoing series in the book of Matthew. In the Gospel according to Matthew, Jesus is inviting us into a whole new way of life with a new set of values and a new type of community. Really, it’s a whole new Kingdom that is being established right here and right now in the middle of this world. And compared to some of the prevailing values of our culture, it’s a bit of an “upside down Kingdom.” It’s a Kingdom where the outcasts are welcomed, the humble are honored, enemies are loved, the poor are esteemed, strangers are befriended, and the guilty are forgiven. It’s a Kingdom where the King is enthroned on a cross, His victory comes through His death, and His death gives life to the world.

 

Downtown: Build Community Together

Each fall we take time to recenter around our mission as a church: to make disciples of Jesus for the glory of God and the joy of all people. This year, over the course of three Sundays, we’re going to focus on what it means to follow Jesus together. After 18 months of being scattered and separated in varying degrees, we want to remind ourselves that we weren’t at all meant to follow Jesus in isolation, but together with His people.

 

Downtown: Psalm 119, Part 2—God’s Word in Us

This Sunday is week 11 of Christ in the Psalms at Park Church Downtown and we’re in to Psalm 119. Instead of taking Psalm 119 section-by-section, we’re addressing it topically over the course of three weeks. In this second week, the topic is “God’s Word In Us.”

 

Highlands: Psalm 119, Part 2—God’s Word In Us

This Sunday is week 11 of Christ in the Psalms at Park Church Highlands and we’re in to Psalm 119. Instead of taking Psalm 119 section-by-section, we’re addressing it topically over the course of three weeks. In this second week, the topic is “God’s Word In Us.”

 

Matthew 9:18–34: What Will You Do with His Miracles?

Jesus heals the daughter of one of the rulers in their society, a woman with a stigmatized blood disease, men who were blind, and a man who was mute and demon-possessed. All of these stories highlight the power of Jesus to bring healing and restoration to anyone who believes.

 

Matthew 9:18–34: What Will You Do with His Miracles?

Jesus heals the daughter of one of the rulers in their society, a woman with a stigmatized blood disease, men who were blind, and a man who was mute and demon-possessed. All of these stories highlight the power of Jesus to bring healing and restoration to anyone who believes.