Sola Gratia • Central Campus

On October 31, 1517, the Augustinian monk, Martin Luther's nailed his "95 theses" to the door of Wittenberg Castle in an effort to debate corruption he was witnessing in the Church. This event served as the spark of a widespread movement of Reformation that influenced theology, politics, and art. The Reformation was a declaration and defense of truth that revolved around five central ideas: Sola Scripture (Scripture Alone), Sola Fide (Faith Alone), Sola Gratia (Grace Alone), Solus Christus (Through Christ Alone), Soli Deo Gloria (For God's Glory Alone).

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Sola Gratia • West Campus

We are sinners and we sin because we are sinners. Because we sin we are damned eternally. If we are to be saved from our sin, then God must act in grace towards us, giving us what we do not deserve. In grace we experience just that, God's favor moving to redeem His people and restore them. 

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Sola Fide • Central Campus

On October 31, 1517, the Augustinian monk, Martin Luther's nailed his "95 theses" to the door of Wittenberg Castle in an effort to debate corruption he was witnessing in the Church. This event served as the spark of a widespread movement of Reformation that influenced theology, politics, and art. The Reformation was a declaration and defense of truth that revolved around five central ideas: Sola Scripture (Scripture Alone), Sola Fide (Faith Alone), Sola Gratia (Grace Alone), Solus Christus (Through Christ Alone), Soli Deo Gloria (For God's Glory Alone).

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Sola Fide • West Campus

For Luther and the Reformers, justification was a work of God and not of men. They defended and declared that justification as a work of God, was received by faith alone (Sola Fide).

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Sola Scriptura • Central Campus

On October 31, 1517, the Augustinian monk, Martin Luther's nailed his "95 theses" to the door of Wittenberg Castle in an effort to debate corruption he was witnessing in the Church. This event served as the spark of a widespread movement of Reformation that influenced theology, politics, and art. The Reformation was a declaration and defense of truth that revolved around five central ideas: Sola Scripture (Scripture Alone), Sola Fide (Faith Alone), Sola Gratia (Grace Alone), Solus Christus (Through Christ Alone), Soli Deo Gloria (For God's Glory Alone).

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Sola Scriptura • West Campus

On October 31, 1517, the Augustinian monk, Martin Luther's nailed his "95 theses" to the door of Wittenberg Castle in an effort to debate corruption he was witnessing in the Church. This event served as the spark of a widespread movement of Reformation that influenced theology, politics, and art. The Reformation was a declaration and defense of truth that revolved around five central ideas: Sola Scripture (Scripture Alone), Sola Fide (Faith Alone), Sola Gratia (Grace Alone), Solus Christus (Through Christ Alone), Soli Deo Gloria (For God's Glory Alone).

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Wait for it | Aug. 27, 2017

In life, we are often confronted with disappointment, frustration, and pain and are left wondering where God is and what He's doing in the midst of it all. There are times when it seems impossible to trust God. The second sermon in Habakkuk explores the prophet's struggle to be patient with the way in which God is working.

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Let's Be honest | Aug. 20, 2017

In life, we are often confronted with disappointment, frustration, and pain and are left wondering where God is and what He's doing in the midst of it all. There are times when it seems impossible to trust God. The opening sermon in Habakkuk explores the prophet's honest questions for God when His theology doesn't match his experience.

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The Mockery of the Gospel | July 23, 2017

In week nineteen of our series "Man of Suffering, God of Peace," we talked about the mockery that Jesus experienced from Mark 15:16-32. In the text we learned that the the gospel makes a mockery of our understanding of God. The mockery of the cross becomes for us the majesty of our salvation. 

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Who's in Control? July 16, 2017

In week nineteen of our series "Man of Suffering, God of Peace," we talked about Jesus before Pilate and the struggle for control that ensued from Mark 15:1-15. In the text we learned that the council was seeking control with haste. Pilate was seeking  control by being overly passive, and the crowd was seeking control by being aggressive. Their distractions, and our distractions of control causes us to make the wrong assesment of Jesus. 

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