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December 2012

Used or Used Up?

In this week’s message Chuck Erickson, a former Elder and member of MBC, gave the message on “Used or Used Up?” The message highlighted the lives of Andrew, Peter’s brother, Stephen and the Apostle Paul. In all three cases each illustration either lived in someone else’s shadow or cast one themselves. We need to determine what it is that God has called us to do and then do it with all of our heart and all of our God given ability. It is in the “little” things that God is seen most in our lives and ministries. We should not get discouraged when the BIG thing doesn’t come around very often, it is in the daily exercise of faithfulness in the small things that God is seen and His glory revealed. You will enjoy this amazing message as it will inevitably be used by the Holy Spirit to challenge your faith but also to encourage your heart! “Good job, Chuck!” Listen for LIFE!

The Gospel of Mark – Peace Be Still

The teaching in Mark 4:35-41 is a picture most people remember and can relate to. The picture is of Christ asleep in the stern of the boat, with His head on a pillow while the disciples are frantically fighting for their lives. The boat tossed to and fro from the mighty wind and storm is calmed in an instant once the Savior awakes. In this teaching Pastor Pete will carefully explain how we can enjoy the ride in the inevitable storms of life. Jesus is not unaware of our plight on the raging seas of life, He just wants us to learn to trust Him and wait and even rest on and in His perfect timing. All of us eventually will cross to the other side the big question is how will we enjoy the ride in our crossing? Listen for Life!

November 2012

The Gospel of Mark – MUSTARD SEED FAITH

This week Pastor Pete shares insights into the gospel account from Mark 4:11-32. In this section our Lord Jesus instructs His true disciples on the need to be light (Mark 4:21-25), the nature of the seed and evangelism in the mystery of the Gospel how once planted and watered it grows on its own (Mark 4:26-29) and lastly Jesus teaching on the Mustard Seed in (Mark 4:30-34). God loves to take small beginnings and do a great work for His glory. The mustard seed is the smallest herbal seed and yet it can blossom and grow into a fifteen foot tall tree where the birds can rest in its branches. We who have ears to hear let us hear, let us listen for Life!

The Gospel of Mark – ‘L I S T E N!’ Part Three

In this third of a three part message, from Mark 4:1-20, Pastor Pete shares the truth of the third and fourth soils: Thorny Soil and Good Soil that yields fruit some 30, 60 and 100 fold. What is it that keeps us from growing spiritually and bearing the fruit we should as believers? Could it be we are not acknowledging the miracle of the soils preparation from the hand and heart of God alone as well as our role in breaking up the fallow ground knowing that today is the day of salvation? If you are longing for a personal spiritual breakthrough with the Lord or a breakthrough for a loved one or friend that is hardened, stony and caught up with the thorns and cares of this life: Listen for Life!

The Gospel of Mark – L I S T E N! Part Two

In Mark 4:1-20 Jesus explains who and what a true hearer of the Word is using the unique teaching tool of the parable of the sower, the seed and the four kinds of soil (hearers). In this, second of three part message, Pastor Pete will review the meaning of the sower, the seed and the first of the four soils: the Wayside Soil. We will then be introduced to the other three soils: the Rocky Soil, the Thorny Soil and the Good Soil that produces 30, 60 and 100 fold return. What kind of a hearer, soil type are you? LISTEN for life!

The Gospel of Mark – L I S T E N!

Why is it that some hearers of the Word of God seem to flourish and grow in their faith while others flounder and fade away? As Jesus taught the multitudes, the Scribes and the Pharisees and even His own disciples few seemed to comprehend and truly understand what it was He was saying to them. In Mark 4:1-20 Jesus explains who and what a true hearer is using the unique teaching tool of parables. He gives the definition of a parable and then an explanation of a true hearer of the Word in the form of a relevant story of a sower, his seed and the four types of soil the seed is sown in. This is the first of the parables that serves to be a key to unlock all the rest of them. A parable is meant to illustrate four kinds of hearers of the Word: (the Seed). What kind of a hearer are you? LISTEN for life!

October 2012

The Gospel of Mark – He Is Out of His Mind?

Have you ever wondered how it is people can insult the Person of Christ by calling Him, just a good man, a prophet, a legend or maybe even a lunatic? When carefully examining the Biblical record Jesus Christ leaves us no other option then to acknowledge and bow before Him as LORD. Pastor Pete will share from Mark chapter 3: the courage of Jesus(3:1-6) the compassion of Jesus (3:7-12) the call of Jesus (3:13-19) the critics of Jesus (3:20-30) and lastly, the clarity and clarification of Jesus in 3:31-35. Listen for Life!

Celebrating What God Has Done – Pastor Tim Hagquist

Four Stories of Transformed Lives – Stories of Real Hope

The Gospel of Mark – The Search for Intimacy

What’s missing in your walk with Jesus Christ? We can go through the motions, live a life of obedience, seek the continued filling of the Holy Spirit and still feel as though something is missing from our lives. Whatever happened to the passion, the love, the all-consuming interest in our Christian walk? Maybe it is still fresh for you, for most, the fervor and passion tends to fade and the glory diminish. This message from Mark 3:7-19 is all about our search for intimacy and what we can do as believers to get the passion back in our faith and walk with Jesus Christ. Listen for Life!

Lessons From the Life of Jepthah – Part Two

Sometimes we don’t see that the hand of God is sovereignly at work and when we do see it we are often blown away at how He does His thing(s). Jephthah is a good example of this principle for us. The least likely man is sovereignly placed by God to deliver God’s people from the hands of the Ammonites. Bet ya he never saw it coming. There are many things that we can learn about God through the life of Jephthah – an unknown deliverer. Listen as Pastor Aaron concludes his message.