Pastor Matt Wipperman - July 26, 2020

Conversion, part 2: Dumbstruck

Conversion doesn’t always make sense. It’s not always when we expect, or who, and for many, it’s not what we expect. Sometimes, when God changes a person’s life, they are met with resistance from the people who knew them, friends who don’t want the change, and others who can’t accept that God could change even that person’s life. You know a person has changed if they’re willing to stick with it even if hardly anyone believes it’s real, without becoming embittered at the people who don’t believe you.

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This 5-week series is centered on clearly understanding our identity as followers of Jesus, the Gospel of Jesus, and the motivation of a Gospel-integrated life. It also explores the resulting connections we have with Jesus, the church, and our community. Clearly connecting is a great summary of the Chrisitan life. Working through the Gospel of Luke and the New Testament history book of The Acts of the Apostles we will be better prepared to live a Gospel-integrated life. How does the Gospel connect with real life and real people? How will we be prepared to give an account to others of the life we know and experience in Jesus? [Sermon Archive]

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