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 Speaker: Pastor Nick Ressler
Title: Rich
Date: April 28, 2019

Synopsis: Pastor Nick sets up our new series: Kingdom. We’re going be looking at Jesus’ parables, throughout the Gospels, that have to do with Jesus’ explanation of the Kingdom of Heaven. On this first one of the series we look at three parables but also explore the connection of Kingdom - Gospel - Good News. We end with a description of what a community looks like when God is in charge.S

Speaker: Pastor Nick Ressler
Title: Seeds
Date: May 5, 2019

Synopsis: Pastor Nick continues our series on Kingdom by engaging the historical side of the Brethren in Christ denomination and what it has meant for Anabaptist’s to be “Kingdom people.” On this morning we engage the Parable of the Sower and the Parable of the Seed and really dig into the idea of good soil. These parables are meant to be a mirror for our lives and not a weapon for others.

Speaker: Pastor Nick Ressler
Title: Plants
Date: May 12, 2019

Synopsis: As we continue to develop our understanding of Kingdom, this week we look at the Parable of the Mustard Seed and the Parable of the Weeds. Pastor Nick pushes us not to miss the moments that God is purposefully putting something in our path that allow us to be a part of the picture, of His Kingdom, that God is painting for us.

Speaker: Al Alleman & Pastor Nick
Title: Ears & Treasure
Date: May 19, 2019

Synopsis: Al Alleman is a retired craftsman in the Conoy Church congregation. He shares from his heart about his recent health experience and how that relates to being open to and hearing from God. Al suggests that we get anything blocking our ears from hearing God out of the way. Pastor Nick connects us with two parables that suggest that the Kingdom of Heaven is worth paying any cost.

Speaker: Pastor Nick
Title: Royals
Date: May 26, 2019

Synopsis: Pastor Nick finishes our Kingdom Series out with a look at two more parables. These parables lead us into a time of considering the theme of forgiveness woven through the scriptures and the call on each of our lives to be a people of forgiveness.